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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, OA., MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 189O. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE SOUTffS BOOK. shall be elected by districts which o, as nearly aa practicable, an equal mm >er of mhaDitante, so that the most popn-ous districts m such state shall not have nore thin hfteon thotLStnd inhabitants m of population of the least populous dis nrts Itiev shall composed of territory adjoining, and, as far us practica >le, compact They shall be eqaal 111 iiumbor tht number of ntatn es to whuh iiu i si ite 11 a> be entitled in congress, Ami no i istuct shall elect more than one ropre-ientalne A flc r earb national decennial census of topnlation shall ha e been completed, congress shall determine tho number of represcntatn es n and re ipportion the among he s era I states as ntitlod, and the legislature of en h st ite olec ted next after rti imu nt bj rongrc shall re-distnet each -.tito r the restiu linn, and regulations as to in.niil UH n and territory herembt fore pro t ind sut h rf ic ting hen made sm u st ite sh ill not be ilteu 1 b> anj ding legislature AT ON THK TO AGAPS Senator Bzptelns Hla Views an ike fiaee WARrtrNGTOs1, Apnl 6 "I haie been mnch misrepresented in regard to any views on the race remarked Senator lugalls recently ''I do not beiieTe fn social equality for tke two races far from it I only ish the blacks to be treated with justice and their votes counted There is no reason for antag onism between the races The white men are the landed proprietors They have superior taJent and superior education and there 19 no likelihood of the negro race overriding them "Will a preponderance of negro otes throw tbe government in the hands of the negroes was asked There is no reason that it should he re plied, for the -white race can easily manage en -with perfectly fa r elections, to Keep tin state othces m their hands The peieeable in si en and ei the Government to the Land Pnrohaae Bill LONTKIBT, Apnl 6 Lord Knadolph CImrefiiti in a third letter on tbe Irish question, promi-nng that Bntish credit cin be gJven with safety only w hen given in answer to request of the Insh and on their offering rate as secunty and binding by ery of nitmnal holioi to deities that snch a of u idea! or of attainment and says admission of itt, imposMbihtj would destroy the cau.se agrainst home ruU He on ta propose th-U, instead of c >ntmuiup coercion, parliament ffivolreland i local menl similar to the English and Scottinh w ill len 1 to and co iu mmuit II this were done the request for Kntista in the purchase of land woald coine- in t ic natural cause of tiling an 1 xitnllartie-imn K for other public purposes would Inste itl of de iliiip, itti till us di-recth the st it, -noul I lor il bcxhes whose rb tnot tif re j t >r IM U o J tt UK M i i in' li 'i W, if I! i H HIM f tl t u.ils fai i l it r it n 1 bt t t( i t otu-r Is M uld be unabl to i tnlnuu for idiitHin be in uld i t nirol i r t t rful b v J I suih Mr d) i ist ne had j r j -t i 'in It c ild M c is a In r 1 r i u i f r t mibm-iiieistin tin w nit i ho l1 inks tl tt is no use lor in-- >tm-, ujioii the of the bill, li tuibitlor tin situati >n 1 I >rl K in 1 1[ I. 1 i UM ill so the g nerimit nt in ilu t 1 of t u rinim d op-1 si ion to ortfuso t! M j (list, 1 witu-t rawing the bill H. id K tl -u rcmld then by tun. i i -i 1 il int i-uros. and ippeil t the t oiu m t l in a bi.se 1 n d cut in 1 bci uro of a paluotie inajonlj IU AMI- I-MIN. Sir Siinmel Itak.-r, Known I OMJON Aprrl f> Sir s mint I Biker we 1 kiKAMi in t I rt i h is illl, n letter to tho 1 nut n h m k tht Bntivh nt f- r Us p It n li hit  f tni] M Jn J] I n llo j istiln s tht Uh u i 1 ash i md Mijor i-sui 11 n untl it nitnrai th it I- nun sh ufd 30111 tht s i MM dltion Inch will nc cr tin U tbe fc-nglish f re i i of i UH 114 to n treat Sir S uiiuel points out In the (it rtnaaS in u id i fc nn nths r nal I into f tin ml >i tl MS tt n N i and fnrmiii., in all i in w ith Mw "infra, of L g ind tl us i t ntutlK set filing control of the httt Nm it lokokoro, while Italj wil! 1 f oim mister of tho n bj gaining p n of lit rber und sail Khnrtoum will thon nitnrally fall Ha concludes his letter hj It cl n the tonal province is of no c du< ts tiia province is ten grt itt r thin they aro worth Tho legitimate pan li WPS of h ory cannot made m f pi  IH content to be un oil-looker m that MM of Africa THE A 1KTI I llXuSTOMK. Hflton Tallt-y Hitteti n tlttd and Now on nol.ati.M! DAirA-f O-i l, [Spodil OVflCKRS ROVT A WORK Of RESCtTK A.T.OKO WHY THE SOUTH IS SO VERY FIRE AND KILL THE REMOVING PEOPLE AND ft. of tbe I iutottt a 1'lan Carried Out By Andrew Johnson, a Deputy Sheriff Uses Bis Wia cheater and In Bringing Down the "Whole Still Kiaing and Foars Entertained, of Several More Set iotis Breaks in Hie M April 6 Representatn es of HemphUl of South C Hut Turner of Georgia, Stewart, of Toxn of "VN est Virginia, ex Hepre pent it liorksdale oE Mississippi Senators 11 f >.orth Carolin i Pasco, of Honda est i f Missonri and M Fishbatk, of Ark i IraP Ji lie-- of Tennessee S )L n_ >f West Virginia and B I Sa0e, Ala Apnl G A loody tragedy occurred late tins aftenioon e tr Irondale, six miles tins citj Four len were killed aud further trouble maj ut of the nffur Marsh Pingland, of the town of Irondale rc-ompamed by Shenff FortenbeTjy ttcmpted to arrest a crowd of negroes on a urge of larceny The negroes resisted Onr EAVS, Apnl 6 A Piraynne Ticks-hurg ipecial saj s Nineteen negroes, sun i vors of a partj of refugecb w Jio attempted to escape from the down Bajou Falavaoiia raft have armed here on the steamer Hill City The> rejinrt tint twelve women ind children dr iwned when tho current dallied their vessel a tree and thej 1 Litien o dirhctj n i ubhsh, a boolv entitled "AVhj tin Sonth )i 1 or I t nstmctioii and It s Result-. It uiilert ik' s to narrftU f an! in i concise an 1 p> ptiUr f tin I i-t rv of l! f rtconstrtu t( 1 g crn-rjui i tuliMiU si hoft the repub li i .Ituntd n i 1 in i lust it jjgun s ind fftCts as te> the shrinkage oC lines 1 ti 11 LU tsi of (Kit uml taxation under th _ ml tie of the South umier the ill ausi ices 1 IN IN AM> Tilt SOL TK 1 I ok t t Ybrahain I tl x calainiU t i tho south ars u s th U litw Johnson f< 'owed strit tly Mr Inn C n s t in of re-.t mes direr responsible ft r tl o truth f his st itcmi nts in 1 tho t latin of tf c b k m its pri.fi t n bj (.eiieril H( r IH rt itsodiUr) is that tn all tluptors tho f i t irt. muli rst ue 1 rather than c 5 hi ruo question and rare troiib'es are n B discussed Die statement is made that then is 110 inttnti n to f r tho repeal of tl i hftt enth amendment or tho deportatK n of th 1 li and et s of ni un knuKare gu en in snipcrt of tin i. nleiitiun tli it the is prosi an U it the s >u tli i-, M ing f r itself tho no gr nn -.ti n The b >ok is dedicated to tho ims m -.s nun if tin n< i th, with tho statement tn it tin j arc interested in the continuing prusj of tho s ith ML 1S1E1 1 HJF-NT WITVFSSI S 1 ho testimony en by some c f tho colored WUiu s-ses h xultel up ro from tho south to tostifv in or of the republic ins in tho con teste 1 ole< tion cases besides being entertaining as an abstract furnishes agood index to the intelligence of persons whose oaths are use 1 ia a bxsis for iiigdemo< rat-, f then In tho caso of Goodrich Bullock, Irani the second district of I londa Aaron Arth ir a colore I man, was called upon to as gist in elucidating the f icts oa a question to test intelligence the attorney asked Is congress a w bite man or a bl iclt one 1 h  e i< h s' U  with e uh d  p  state to alter the as t n> vist( d vncn the reprpscntntn es ol I hi t t re elected and r< n i tt t s 1 tlit second c< s sh ill bi t IM 1 fiom tl e same distrn ts ni] sod of t] o s imo tt uitt ly an I 1 ing tho same boundanes as those from which lepresent itnos in the fifty-first t is 1 te 1 anj law of any state heie it n i IK renftcr assed to the contrai not-vithstuidii In si itt no legislature is elected s nt (o n ipj ointment by congn ss in 1 in i t the t U t ti  sm i a rti on men t rongiass tbe legisl ituio f -jiu h st ite tht n in si -.-.ion or in session next a tt r su h ap] t rtionmi nt b> i ingress si i ill ai d m u letiistriet sucii s( ite under tho re stnc-tn u and as to p initiation and tt ri tnry IRKIII bt f >ro 1 and in rase of in in re ise in tlu numbtr of li c i may bo to nny state under in> -id< d app< rti turnout bj congress surh i 1 i ittoiiHl i i rest c or ropiest es m In eh tt 1 tho si ite at and othor n p n sf nt im t bv mi 1 finm tho distrn ts l i< sciib 11 1 unlil tbo legislature of such t h 1 m xt r sm li ii porlioniMPJiL in tho m nun r htn mbef  statute ol sue h state enacted before or after passige of this act m violation of or 111 conHict this at In caso of failure or tho itfusaJ of prnj er certifying board of sta'e to sign or forward to the ler t of house eertilu a e of c 01 tn n of e, as and required by 1 tbo cleik of tho house of rcj us( a in making the roll of tho next smie< Imi houso shall tho returns of tho 1 x a i am asking bonds r olrloers prupet !y t rtilu ictor ling to ab suthc n tit c rutu itu it t the clceLi m c f a rt sc nt itive m t ngrcss t.Ol sePFOKT 1HV 11IIL Another republic 1 1 has kicked up his lit els at "Major MoKmlej s t inff bill He is lie p M irsh il upland at the -v olley THUb V Nt-ClHOES KTLt KD Deputy Sheriff Fortenberry surreedcd in siting ami opened nro mi iift iKgrons a Winchester nrh and shot hret of them dead The others then tinned ml rleil in confusion I1 or some time a 1 irgo mount of pettj thieving has been g 'ing on at rondile M trshal Engl indla-st inrthr locat 1 enwd of nc lumithtll i mile-ri m the to and MICI ceded m obtumng ti iig cMclenco that that thej had n doing 1 e stc vhng Thu aff n he dec to rrt st tht m No trouublo w apprehended, but the marshal asked JXput} Foitenberiy to ;o along with him The s were found in a cabin and rdercd to smrender half i n of them prang up an I opened fire upon the othcori Vt the fust fuc Mirshil I ngl ind v as hit in ireopliees and ft 11 before he cmild leturn, le tiro Dcputj Portenbciry rofugo be mid a tree ami us the negroes rin out of the house he shot three of then! dead The others ook to the woods ind esc iped I JTl MKNT IN JKOM5 il K 1 he shooting ere tied great excitement in ie town an 1 l JIOS-.Q was soon organized an 1 Urtt d m 1 ursmt of the negr Ihe n wnes the three negioes killed e not been c n There is 110 record of treat h eiy oE cs to their none of them 111 fiuitm_ i t i harming children or destroy i L, pr jeit> Hut now it o.s if it were aii enl u h thing as it it w is IK M s s ir> 1 n.tij_cin t tlu 1 t g tl ei in just   inli) t. ich distn t s ue republican1! Did the negroes the ratie ticket thcie ouid oc no race roub'e t Mould he amuablc No there is cause for alarm I lie of the white race er their former 1 is at These are natural Ij a peaceable, lojal rjioe, as a rale guided >j theivhitts treated so all that s ne  ind he Miller pi intation, though ei j high stock iaa gone under THF "W iTFH STII L, B1SISC Tne Evergreen repoits the water al (he ms is still rising Cattle and luvs irt jt red f >r s lie bj pt, >p o at a son Murh 101 e stock must be bi t t or allowed ,o drown V steamer es 1 ut dij fur ower, and th it planters will dcsue to o ,ork is certain The stt iincr Osceola d this evening rom the Pt nds Her officers report t} at the veilhrw is beg to t into the Missia-p, i through K igle lake and t a great n lease m pressure all aK ng tlie J-.ouiii.Hna rout from th it pmut soutJmird f r the jit.it ,v> o Mteks 1 he Ov cola begins  it The Livcrgrccn icturns there tomorn w ind the i msoiii, with Cant un I) uul M i nth en boaitl ill foilow Tuesday or Vednosdiy Tliej u ill bring out ill people uffering tir in danger c innot be tikt n licie and oiilj tlio s n vllt-it bi its irt suitable or lohef work Cajitim Pugli vill relievo he disti >sed uhetuei thej o uionej 01 ut to p ly tlieir f ir" uns from bli irkc> TiHah itclne eport i decline of eiglilf en inches Cij tain c hn J! M itliiigly who has just rt turned rom tho sajs it c innot afft et he and T. allahatehie counlrj as its iirreiit is too feeble Stubbs, of the n ksbuig blue v eport and Pacihc railwaj, epcrts prospects more cheering, and only .Hciitj points rise 111 twentj four hours the ise at the we rst pi u cs on the lines lie is con deiit that the road wiJJ hold its own FKOM BAYOU 01 THt, Suit of George I) Sidnion Against the Richmond and Danville WASHINGTOV, Apnl f> The of George D Salmon of Washington, I> against the Richmond and Danville railroad, was decided yesterday bv the interstate commerce commission in the railroad company The opinion was written Commissioner Ihe complaint aUecetl unjust discrimination, and tho points decided are briefly as follows The defendant issued commutation tickets for a st namber of trips within a specified suhieot to several conditions, tne of which WAS that the purchaser should have no claim for rebate on account of mm use of tho ticket from any cause another th it it be presented to the conductor for cancellation of e ich tnp taken t on in inter hod to pay tho conductor full F.irc if he did not hate Jus ket hut m fiu< h cases respondents had fallen into tho habit of refunding the same on presentation of the tickc t for cancellation of trip at the other orhco of the company At about three weeks prior to complainant a purchase of t cket respondent had discontinued his habit and bat notice to that effect in a new tariff sheet filed with tho interstate coin inert o com mission ami posted in stations of tho railroad as required by law on a change of tariff Rl-Xirs 1 M- IO Starr, the Woman ho Poisoned the C HIC AGO April (h impion story teller 13 in jail line in tbt p ki d UK eorn that p iscmed to death Mr and Mrs Ncwltnd, bj horn sho w is The pnsom r s iiar i c tb it she ha 1 a sifter w xs a- pt rto< t imngo of her w is itirtlmg in its ingenious de till but her litest expl ination Hie most sen-saiuniilyot nUaiucd is tl U she bought the poiscm at a drug n hng to kill herself, ind iftrrM threw it awav with out once opeinng tho box When hief of Police Marsh and his insist intslockod tho girl up 1 v-st night sho had di nieil ill connertjon with the poisoning Molt singular than this, she had demrd that she was at Anchorage mis-s n tht msiitutn n from which the New land fan ilj set nre 1 r as i s< nnt Sho al o de n t  lai e He reports Point Congee s front in ;ood condition with tin exception of the levees .t tlie Preston e almost opposite Biyou Sara At this point ho h-s nt a large of and 01 t lions ind feet f lum ter and tUinks there i no immediate- danger f people in the neighborhood, and on Falso m er will rally at once win! ho ho replied with conn flc in t Oh jes Bob the republican and jTohn Sherman was the iomocratic candidate V Ft V VN 1 J ilin t arlotoii a nu nibcr of the Cauilnn oiili inn n t, at peart d be f >re tho Tsajs im nuaiis committee yester laj and pr ted Vigi apamst the imposition of dutus on pot itoos and other agricultural pr >ducts tie sinl that the best way to incense tht ana-flian people ami destroy tho commercial ho not supp the bill is 1< ng as it t c iitauis tho ola ise imposing dutj on hides liesajstl it somt of tie largest t mm nes n e ire x tie 1 in distrn t ind the dutj on hi les ould be i in nous to that in His try Jit f x pe< ts ii largt prutt dele., itiui of tanncis here 011 Moml a White Man to With Him to 1 ho ft Nd. nl ii young Tn han iiauif 1 liors< ndaj shot and m st int kilhdt- rank srhoolteacher, at 'me ag< m and then commuted sm uh Mi Jjew is u JLS g< ing homo from sf  a dog suj to been ina 1 AliJt n is erj imeiixy, and went it 01 e t F itrbuin, i OS a the famous madstone 111 the possession nf Or. lidwi M. of that t applied The Tidwcll strmt, proi iiieftet t and the IH u rned in di Jit th it I Jo Jimnaia Cole a CLti7Pii of this had a Ktono, Milton nuuic went to li ivo it ippl ftd. Mr Cole has applied the htoin 1111113 during the p ist f jur an 1 rit Ii tune it haF ad rod for from one half to tlm i lunirs People in the community in which Milton aro beginning to fear and old him, but tin the> iiunlicit faith in the y of the mad stone nil i_s Milton is applying it no trouble Of WORK To 1 Coiigioss ing the sen t elt W i) Tn the sen ite those of tho Mclvmley bill The tatiuii commercial union ami intimate trtde rt Utiuiis to ultimate annexation winch has been on for the last two year-, ho said had found a favorable respoiisein r.n it of tho Canadian population Vim h was not under tho immuliate domiua ti >u f the home ernwant The sentiment hid been notwithstanding the efforts Df U e ministry to (heck it The rucntUriff bi! imposing duties on American pioducts was p i> e 1 by tbe Canad an parliament at the dn itJon of tlie ministry, in tho hope of gnnd out the feeling for annexation ham pcrn trale with the United States Mr Larletoii implored tho committee not to further fl st ub th it feeling and disrupt our commei-ci il rti ttiuiis hj the proposed duties, v IK. tin r as a measure of protection or to in leusU of the 1 nited Stateb TO BF VVOKABLY BEFORTKD TI e committee on election of president, ice pusidciit and representatives in eongress jes ipr 3 tj set seal of approval of the MrComas bill to render ni rtatoiy the recent Ohio redis tr i tig aet and that meoburo will be repoited iblj to the bouse 011 tomorrow Action t( was agreed to bj a strictly party vote, the nly member not present being Mr Frank, ft republican fiom Missouri, who could not tr himself to support the bill designed to meet a party contingency in a single state It w is the intention of tho republican leaders ID the li use to push tho bill through if possible and tlit party wjJl not be spared to w up Into hue the republicans who are at pmseiit re-luit mt to vote for it "tt lie n the matter is placed befoie them as a question of urgent partv necessity it is the gem ral impression that they will swallow tht ir s( u plea and ictions and get into the prn arh merit of the federal anthonty u' i be resisted to the lost pitch. A strong oiinoiitj report is being made by Judge Seiiey other democratic niembers of the committee ami the bill will be fought to the bitter on the tloor of the house The bill as amended provides as follows: That m each state entitled under an apportionment of representatives in congress to than one representative, number of which such state may be en-t'tledm thonitj-tbjrd, and each w and Mi Mitt hell s amendments t to restore tho bill to sc like its pnrpoi when it M it> roroived from the IH use will b in order Jt is not expected that this, bill w il oct upy much time Aft( r it is dispose cl of discussion of roprrt in the Mt nt in i e action c isn will be resxum 1 Vt the rate cf progress m vde last th bids fur to go over into week uill 15, however for a prompt n nsid eraticii of the world s f i r bill should tho si tot committee on that subject make a n j c r after its meeting Thursday at which time th sub committee is ed to report npc n th extent and quality of Chicago s subscription to guarantet the funtl The administrator customs bill stands ncv to the Montana contest on the regular cimu programme haturdaj, at cording to the no order of business will be denoted to the c Uen dar for the passage of bills, to which 110 ob jectiou is made IX THE HOUSK Tomorrow will bo district day" in th house, and tho greater part of the session wil probibly bedooted to the further ennsidera tion of the bill to establish a national park o T'ock creek, which is unfinished business matte s are likely to be discussed o Tuesdi} The committee on HIM al affans MlSTl-KIOLS North Carolina ilirl ho May Rival Lnla Hurst R C April [Special There is tlie grt st sensation at Taiboro ever know n HI the h of that town or in that part of tl e ate A few nights past strange knock were heard 111 the room of a house u pit 1 b> Mr Shaw and f umly The knorkings Instheird after a daughter aged four MI) li id retjrt d Sbo was fnghtentsd badly a 1 1 w as foun 1 tint the sounds wt re made it H i rommand but no other Shaw told of the or urrniice i. liegin to the house J he ,_irl IM r ime cry exi ited and ner but a-, prt iikd upon to aak cjuesti ms The t row ds f e become so large that the house could not hnld them At times there are bun rod-, ui tho streets all uniting to it Sumo the girl has not remained at home, b it on tbosi orrasiotia the noises are said to i e bee n lit art! hero she was ednestlay mjjit she was at Mr Terrel's On her retiring the kiHKking was heard on the wall The knocking cannot m any way be accounted for by those who heard it It is a dull sound th it c tun tt be imitated Superstition is rife, an 1 JH rsons would not occupy the house for 111} bum some regard the prl as a sprit hum and this a hrst iiiamfestation of th r )t he i still think it souie secret araem> th it i 1 be at Mextlnff UNION 8 C, i) [Sjwrial One of the Afnran Baptist churches bad a baptirfnv hundaj about i imU from bore 1 nerrrow itJ to the proceedings After the tbo rrowd in the second storj c f i largo wooden building Just ELH preacher w in tlie mfdaC of bin sermon, the rioor w iv and dotrn Came preacher the rojtjrregatjcm irhila soire w ert left banging to the walls For a few minutes the confusion br We up the moetrag. A great manj ne roes rf hurt badly. One old brother had Ins jawbone broken aud a sistcn bad her ankle <1 A I Ullo Oa nl li al A mantif marriage has n held a secret ia Ivinggol 1 for the past three months On ISH'J i cl< rk in the railway inUl serviee on the t me Inna'i Southc rn ran iml married tbe 3e of north decjrgia of the contracting parties arc H Jf. Millor and Miss Al ft Mi Llwam No the young s kiip-vr aiijttihig of tlie marrjag( until thii morning when her daughter d bor of the Tbe cry wan a surprise to tbe many friends   things for the purpose ot making money is rotten at the eore and ought to out of exist enre by the aroused righteous indignation of an outraged public This has aroused intense feeling, and it IB impossible to say what the outcome will Kainfall the Vnnt Week and Its EflVet un Crops 'WASiiiNOTON April 5 week ending April 5th was slightlj cooler tliau usual m tbe central and imtklle Atlantic states Jt was de t nit ilH i roul week in tbe I'ocky n ountaln re ,1 while il wa-s slight j warmer than U'-ual in ;he gulf and >-outh Atlaiitie a New fcnglincl ind New >rk Generally there hart been an of ramtall mcrtbe is >f the inountafnn thiring tl c v although tit the extreme son tli em and extreme rn pnitioiis  and Mr Mote-, s retirement bill Th appiopnatiou bill is also m a position to speed j consideration About the middle of the week tbe election committee will take the floor and call u three contested election cases in order jiame ly, Parrett, from Indiana Bowe vs Buchanan, from Waddell Wise, from Virginia er the first cases, as the committee has reported in of sitting the democratic memhers.thereislike Ij to bo a little uibcnssioii save that Cheadl 13 expected to champion Fosey's claims Ki In the ease of addoll Wise there will be a triangular tight The majority of the com mtteewill contend for Waddell the democratic mnioritj for a new election, and M Wise for his oivii-spat S ttimla-v aftenioon is set apart for the de-Inernig of uion the Ue Luiii'd, of Says He Offered Assistance to the "City of NEW VOPK, April 0 Adriatic arrived today Captain Roberts was about his action toward tbe disabled of Pans Captain Iloberts stated that the story published is not true and tu vouched for by one of his (salon passengers George C Stearns Captain Roberts stated that he stajed by the "City of Pans six hours and that on a boat from the Citv of Paris" coming alongside his vessel he informed the officer in charge that he would do all ui his power to assist tlie disabled ship He signaled the steamer Aldesrgate and with her proceeded to come up to the "City of and reaching her informed Captain Watkins that he had spoken tbe Aldersgate who was willing to tow the "City of Pans" to Queeuatowii Ue also of ferred to take off her passengers and them at Queenstown, not New lork, as his been incorrectly reported, and stated to Captain Watkins that if it was absolutely necessary to life he would tow tbe 'City of Paria" to Queen-itown Captain Watkins on learning that that the steamer Atdt -.njate v ould tow him, sijCitale 1 Tlianks, go ahead bo he proceeded on his >ol Come to Rome, Ajnl [bp'cial The Flmr4 eountv agricultural at their uiontBIr meeting Unlay, dec ided to make no exhibit M a >KKJy at the j'jedjjrjout ejtixjtution tins fall. This action is due to the late mowi and faet that the farmers are all bat kward witU work, making the probabihtj of at taking doubtful As I: It couiity ban taken the first prize at two At'an'a the fanaen. think the> can rost on theif laurel H !_, f will adJrfcss tho people ot this place on the Is to PU Klint A Thing of Beauty. A f n t v da A pril 6 new stt miboat to lie built here to the of t ie Hint from Alb-ui> southwards, will Lea nre craft Jtetween 10P and 110 feet n length it will be limit of comparatively light draught anil ot great capacity It promuws to pay from the start Albany Newton ant the fanners along the er w ill likel> lie d in the stock i orapany that is building it There are still two bad places in the ruer be tween Allianv and itelow known Hell Gate ant tlit H s instead of follow in nature for forming good nvers am a serpentine channel the government cm ploj es w ith the dredges ha> e eut a etraigh hatinfl feet wltie through these obstruc tiona Jlence a perfet t Bluice runs with grca ttircf Iwtweeu tlie narrow and roiww wi] li to lw U'-ed to c tlie boats saft-H throug tjiirte lUngtrotie ehinneK Tin boats will i orry it freight and will beagreataid to the of VI to ISnck, Ga, Apnl 0 "William King: colored mail earner on the ana luie fttt mail ponch and extrarted three rejrisured containing e ntjnfj, were mailed at 1 Orove, Fonn-th counu ing them phtred m bj the iho-tina-s er at that omc0. He wa-s an 1 taken trjjail m Atlanta. range tbe Vmf nca i Oemzaa i nftftn marltsmen 1 side Tbe JJajfhurx itdei that IA couira.st with it iniarr n t j o'irj ilnam intends to nave tbf a j cnu with Franrf and a HUSMI Aostr it li Tf irjmi> u w iiaiigwL. ST PETKRSB' iu. Vj rl The rsar aad czaniia and fajnuv, a id tie f, en fj tbo fete oftho ,n today. Tne student di-M u i nded ho) having ti f u t rtft-' to the coantr% Jt uaslx ti detugffL ouly shall be vb j piloted in the dj worriers of the Lottery. JACK sow, April TtM gtrnct-ad to be to Govemor of j wi WnMBUkkw. BIC. 1.AN IDE a Freight Train Knns Into Several Pcrpons Injured. TROY N Y April 0 b g land slide oo cm rod on the blioro road of St Jolnisonville at D efeiidorf hill Both ks were blocked The east bound freight tram Engineer Potter, ran into it Engir-etr Pottt-r and three other trainmen were buned in the slide The slide occurred about nine o cloek Four victims were exhumed from the debris V ne tvorft killed Engiuoer F S Potter and Fireman troruion were senoualy injured I wo other trainmen were badly i AjrU 0 [Snecul The urom i c f the countj hoK'ing an in cj on tin dea-i re in iet> kilird in the ex-l lo-> on at the (_ f alburg mines Mondaj The go eritnr lias on ered the full board ot state priori to attend tbe mrmest and assist in getting at the facts and placing t ie hi ime w hen. it belong The coroner ho.s em-pkned an expert miner to go through tlie (_ 01 burg mines, where the rrmicts are w orked, and testifv as to the r condition The inqne-t v.ill rout ime dajs, and sensa-timnl developments are expected Kight of the com icts mji red bj the explosion are dead, and several others are not yet out of of Mr Klrbv ELX.TJAT, Ga Apnl G [Sj e  tbe Masonic fratcrmty at 2 o clock IS'S GBA> Decoration Day in Kew Orleans The Cemeteries Crowded. XRW Apnl G Confederate Dec oration day attracted thousands of visitors to the cemeteries The Ladies' Confederate Monumental association, confederate veteran organizations, Sons of Veterans and citizen; soldiery in uniform participated The Gram Army of tbe Republic did not take part in a bodj, as no invitation was issued Owing to a division existing in that organ ization ana the L mon Veterans they participated individually an< sent offering1! The Lee, confederate Army of Tennesse and Array of Northern Vir gmia monuments were beautifully decorated Outside of   Oscar B r 1 Last night B-rd attacked >mii a terrible blow OTer head w )th a base ball bat, nearly fradanixg his skull Bird w as caught by officers James and Kemp tliib after-noon ana Mystery. BIRMINGHAM Ala, Apnl 6 Bloetou, yesterday funushedan. other sensational murder mystery The dead body of a Frenchman named Bobea found near the town this morning with his head lit ooen by a blow from a Bnarp instrument The dead rwm been m the vicinity only Strike CHirAcso, April 6 The journeymen car peDtcrs of Chicago bad a meeting today and notihed employers of tlie action ol their executive council, ordering a general strike tomorrow tor the eight hour day and forty cents per hour This strike is the opening of the long heralded hour struggle Five thousand Gnaso. DAWS OK, Ga April G J A com-poor ia being formed here to mannfactora gnmno on aa erteiuiTe We already ooc ruaao tactoty ben, IHwwo Ou U Mfficfeut toe predict that ona   

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