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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, PAGES. PRICE FIVK CENTS. BUCK A LIAR SE HE BAD HR GRADY, THOUGH DEAD, SPEAKS, d S.auipn the Statement lntrue that His Ms U to tlie Political Mission tocomt lock i siltribl i Vinl I a talk with Maj r McKinlcj about Carpetbag -er Bucks letter tonight Major MUvin w at ItSCOUtU.t, ItUUatoTHS-CoNSTITL TI0> mikn u vl with Bnck to build up the protection uUi in AsueuMr Gra.Ij were he t IHJ- lit si VMPED 'No IniMroiKchf irlvuch an nloa sid MajrMiKiiiUj Aiiimita ou tuiuer d me buiiator n from the Pttuuunt C hiui directors to uiake an address upon the tmff from an economic pwiit ot w to the is-. H iition It was stated it the t me tl it the h lutauqoa wis i hwrarj in n Vs to any pohtual t-vUe of t ml wlittsiotr tins, is the hrst I ever iuarl f it [will 1 that I did two or thne UtU rs f- t> POLITICS IT 1 B t tht r< w is no p il ti  isit iiitl flicrt j ID p ht cil 1 1. xl with THI NSII TLTI -N tl at I of In Ice 1 I inner heard ifliit C nov ing din thing ti 1> tho in-vitation to me that Mr GnU 1" in oihc r of tho Lhautauq.n% signed the i tati  t irpet I hi" the 1 out of Ins sails un El t h. s HI- lit ii I> tk cm o 1 t just ifttr tl c i rcsi dntnl le ti n in i wht n it seemed that Grn I will squire tonlrol of tbe G itiona. t 1 trud to obt un tlu sup prt I L N-.T ITL iiuv fr jni tin-- ti d of tl t Im THF --PHO >D IIE TOI D n oilier failed pr babl> WL weeks after 1 o commenced work here he dim t nn oth  mx le- inj su 1 1 it him it cin be prcM.u hcrt. tha 1 i sun i h i liar' THF At f I ST V FOSTOF1 It P T] P poituihro matter is 111 i er> Tmich f i muddle 7 1 Dunning Bnrk s nun wl diisluMih r u tl it Bn willl 1 1 i 1 IP j t 11 1 tint if hf Dm I n t ft tl i, MI mtmcnt 1' ve will 11 a limn str it H mts a n puliln_an, hut the; don t p( h 1 mv thej i_ ui t irii d n n il o in n Hi 11 i il rt pul li nib w ho ire urgi! Major I.m o s i ms I here is a good Chan of r M B f ilrli the affair Yerj 11 ich mud ju t n cast at precinct No 34 were legal, that if they bid been counted, the five delegates from ver Bow county would been democrats, aud that, therefore, tbe two democratic claim, and been elected to tlie senate Mr Turpie, also a member of the committee OH privileges and tiom, presented an argu- ment on tbe same side of the question He ar gned that as under the enabling act, tbe tern tory of Montana authorized to hold an election foi delegntes under its own law sand rules and as these laws the right of aliens hid taken out their first pipers to oto the state was estopped from claiming that under an existing act of congress no huch sot up such a claim as was imlttee, was to unit vi xr 1 the dcstrni tion of live re pxthlu He therefore would not tike tho floor m the mxtter until the senate had heard from ill members of tho committee who ex pectcd to sj o MK TO SPEAK Mr Fvirts siid that ho was not aw arc that ho occupied a position m the Lise tint ought to ittrirt attention, It was onlj in ordinary ar a uei t ol business thit a committee making i report should h ire tht right to the debitf In the course of disrussum is U> tho tin c foi coming to a otft it is 1 j Mr MI rain tli it the democratic semttrs while n t pel ued to hx inj hunt to (h V itt werp to tc quest n w itl out further debite On a question of this s r would dare t his si it w itl >UT i I etfpr e trust th in a Itti h talk 3 ELOPED WITH A NEGRO. ___________ TBK O f A HOTJPt KKEf- XM AT CB.ESTZ.ryJB, OJTJTO, SKIPS WITH ONE OF THE WAITERS She Was a leader In Socloty Her Diatracted. mour, Mra, Dillard, be also hung Hia last words were mixed with violent oaths aud blasphemous language EnnNSBURa, Pa April 9 Carter, a negro, was hanged here today lor the mur- der, afe Johnstown, last November, of one of his boon companions named John Matthews Both men were hard., customers, aud the mur- der was the result of a quarrel about a colored prostitute Carter met his death cheerfully and courageously MB COLUMBUS, O Apnl 9 special to tho Dispatch from Crestline, O ,says Miss Camp- bell tbe daughter of Steward O H Campbell, of the Continental hotel, left home last week, aud was supposed to ba-s e gone to Berea to isit friends The day after her de- parture one of the hotel waiters, a colored m in, was also missing and it is known that they both went to Cleveland and were married Miss Cauiplfell WAS a leader of society in Crestline She possessed in excellent dtsposi tion ind was Heruarents are well mgh crazed with grief Of the negro little is known as he had been 111 the employ of the hotel people onl> eight or nine months It is stated Mr C impbell has receded a letter from lusdiiighter stating that thej weie married, uul would reside in levelaiid ARE HAPPY NOW. A Chinaman and White Bride In Sn tan 11 all SAVVNNAH, Ga Apnl Jie an 1 his bride hn. e settled dow n to the of then peculiar hono> inoon 1 ho Chin imau smother in law proved not half so unrelenting is it was thought she woulil When t lie case was called m Justice Patterson's office, she was on hind bo was Chtrlie with his Ida The judge told the mother that their mini age stopped the prose cution m one direction anywi> and then she informed him that she guessed she would let them ilone a ho girl bride remarked tint her mother or nobody else could semnto her and my Chailic ind iftrr both had been advised to he hive maeh es the cisp was   STIRRED Over the Marriage of a Well Known Couple of Africans CHAUIFSTON S C Apnl colored of the black of the pilmetto statt, was much excited tonight bj an oxrcediiiplv instocratie wedding The rontncung parties were ex Congress mm Robert bmalH w ho tUstuiKmshed during the war by running the blockade it Chirlcstou with the steamer Planter and Miss Annio Wigg, a dusky belle of the eity of S uiuah Ihe wedding ceremonies were rointucteci in the Afncin Methodist FpiscoplI church it Beaufort in the present e of a contfiegi urn of whites ml blacks The hiide w is (le gaiitlv ittuecl in w Into surrah silk with ilenc (imes laie After the services it the elinreh the happ> couple ciitertiuiecl thoir guests it a feti hampetre it the residence of the groom feature oE the wedding was tho attendance of whites He in a Precarions But KxhlhlU Great Strength. WASHINGTON, Apnl n Representatu e Randall's condition tonight is just about the same as last night He is, if inythinff a httle eisier but this is due to the free flow from the abscesses He may, at any time, hate a re currence of the relapses, which sap away his s length JTe is in a precarious state but has strength enough left it is said to resist the inroads of disease for the immediate present A remarkable thing about hti illness is the extraordinary vitality he exhibits He rallies surpusmglj, and on several occasions, he as- t mi-- lies Ins phjsicians Mallaii and I inrolii Ins rerilpervtne power His strength, however is diminishing and though hii "ill power-rermhts unabated his pin-sical stem responds much more slowlj than some time ago His mind has been clear all day and he has been able to move mmsel? about in bed assistance In -appearance he is wasted and giiml to a degree that makes all the more remarkable tho strength which btiH remains Speaker Reed and others railed at the house during the daj but did not see the sick man VISITED BY STORMS. CTCT.ONK DXOPS DOWJi OJT ATfD DOES CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE. in Some of Hiffb Waves IT Jo THE NBOKO. Mr Wilkin IVIiith t o ABOUT Ot It -on Sa LLl- NBfclEC.t U HAS A Well M tims trict of Columbia shall pay half tho expense with the request from the senate for enc< "Mr M'clxnii'J of M Tli" 1 1 is 1 i.'v o dcddeiin c< nf ii taiid it t 1 1. 1 c t jn e vses until the public dm me th n TAH ih ir with the f icts relat i t t ll is n L sr 1 stt al The rci ubh cans e J.IIVK is to cl se tho il( bate is soon .i j sible iii 01 r th it it may not it tract i im i il itt  U 1 t i inl iti an argument and then itt tile th r Jily be fore i it, is take n B> the rules of the sen ate d i a.to uul 11 ted and can only be Close 1 iiy un immous consent Sh  11 tit It s intcn U 1 for the St I mus exj ositi MI in IS'tO which ntnv bo fromthf r< public of Mexico other A men can re) nl In i in 1 the u of Canida riu sptiUi Kid bof ro the I niso tin i bill foi tlit nuj i t meiit ami 1111111 Uiiinte of x i itioi il il pirfc with use amt ndments pros idnij, th it tho dis 'f tho center ed that the house recede from its imcndnitnit t pon this mition i long <1< b ito aioso at the end of which Mr Me( omas s motion to reiele wasdeffited 18 to 101) Iho house insisted on its amendment ind a roiifireiicc wisoidered Th< h iso then went into a (oinmittco of tlie on the niMi appropnati n bill in speaking to i inifndmeiit 3fr Wilkins of I msiana snlthit he would not emulite Grcit Britain in tlie building of ships but the empire of Cluni hid better righting irniiment today thin hid the I mtod btatos It h id tw o b xttle ships which could w itb eisc sink ship tint we hid alt at The g erinnint hid been extreme meisures with Llnni when the I lilted SI Ui s told Chun not only tint none of hoi subjects should come here but that those w ho were here sh mid bo subjected to iti enumeration not imposed 011 my other people It was a I art r f t re i er i lecawtion to bmM ships which (ould cope with those of tho nation upon w Inch (ontninelv b id been cist He advo- cated the i sLibUshinent of a navy jard at Al is, la ml pointe 1 out the iiecessitj of i jard 011 the gulf Mr L< dge of Masswhusetts said that 110 one desired the necessity of jard on tlie gulf and the matter of a navy yard at Kew Orleans had been pro-wed unremittingly by members from Louisiana but the house would remember that there w-ns iJrcadr a on the was at It was closed now but there was much erment property there and its icprc- scnt itnos were urging tint it be opened iiul put in proper condition Sonth aroliui peo- ple wanted the erection of a dry dock at Port Royal That alio was under consideration by tho committee These schemes olved a large expenditure of money and could not be entered into without the fullest and most care- ful consideration Then Elliot of Sonth Oirohna pictured the presented IttiUan Leaves His __.hind Him liovLFsi iWN Pft Vpril numerous creditors and clients from all pirts of Bucks couiitv floe kod here eisfor to leirn tlie whereabouts   bml> with whom he hid dfilings laims so fir hltd ire almost eutireh f n m  the dc faiiHt r for imest mcni interest on mortgages and rents col looted bj him int firmers who trusted him implicitly wore in the gro-.sebt inaiim r To one farmer he what pur portrd to bo i receipt for moiiev paid but which turned out t be a promissory note whu h tho mm in Ins ignoniioe indorsed and foi whieh he is now held liable Mam other storios of similar shirp pnftjce bv Shelleii bfrger are Uld Hi ha-, it is stolen mono> to the estate of his wife and children, uid lus own ml bis wife s ire imong tho sufTi rcrs by his The assets of Hit missing man cannot be dch mtely st ited but tins will ho onlj a drop in the bucket as compircd with liis liabilities buice he disippean d S indaj night not a line so fir is cm lie learned has been received to indicite hit, wheriabouts_______ IN A FIT 01- AffainRt Conger's Lard Compound Bill WASHINGTON April request the bouse committee on tgnculture today re-ope ied tho hearing on tho Conger lard compound bill and Mr Butterworth s anti-option bill, both of vUmli have been reported to the house with orible rec ommendations On the first mined bill MJ Graves, representing the C.oorgia Agricultural association, and J P< nnoser Jones, representing colored cotton farmers and planters of Arkansas, and colored men, made arguments against its passage Mr in addition to tbe irguments already presented, pleaded fortnc protection the cot ton seed industrj agiinst the imposition of the burdens contiined in the bill on the ground that it bad contributed more than anything else to mi prove tbe condition of the coloied farmer and south To pass this bill, he asserted, wouM be the entering wedge winch when driven home, would separate tbe colored 1 eople from the republican party Iu the course of lus aigument on the bill THE OPTION BILL Penresentatne Vtiains of Louisiana intro ducod to the committee Messrs Coumelmon uid Muriaj Aid-ion of the f'hicigo board of who ipppired to Butterworth anti option lull Mi Counselmoii occupied ill tlie time of the committee lie stated that lie indorsed both in letter and in spmt the sirms of the first section of the bill for- iddmg inv or cl iss dealing Ihit w is a rule of the hoard of liade The second ti i whieh forbid dealing bj any one but tin; iTociucer ajid the purchaser direct from 1 m   K Strickland had suicided at Con o  security dobts last year hid brought out despuiidencj, and to rid himself of further tDulilo lie sought comfort in death He was found in his barn this morning with his throat cut In his h ind he still held the weapon his pocket knife firmlj clinched Mr Strickliud ind se'veral children, besides a large number of relatives and friends to mourn his death_____________ HANGINGS YESTERDAY. The Committee Meets and Makes a Few >N April 0 ind meiiis t mmittee was in session a ahort time tins in jinn Tho republican memlters si b nutted i few e hinges that been made m the bill dming tlm last ten and they were orderc 1 toIw incorporated The changes include those made iu the t otton sehed ule ind the proMSioms that tbe increased duty on tint linens sh ill not take effect until Jauu arj 1 H otherwise they were confined to Hiaiiges m phriieology It is tliat the mi) ind minoritj reports will be com pleted toinorri.w Tho committee was in conference for several hours this afternoon adding the finishing touches to tlie tariff bill The most imjortiut nude was in tho schedule relating to fine hiions and here the committee reeonsid ored ill former action out the isiou tint morpaseii dutj stull be collected m IB'H and hxcd ntco as they stand in the existing law THL 11FMOCKAT8 STH.L that the county canvassers ot er Bov hid uonght to do anything to furnish an abstract of votes actually that they ha I no right to go into tie question of legality of votes that votes by Port Royal as a a! station, and advocated the construction of a Simpson drj- otk Mr Adams, of Illinois said that the people he represented were anxious for a y yard at the month of the Mississippi irser Mr Coletnan of Louisiana said that in the committee on naval affurs he had presented the claims of Orleans for a navy jard in season and out of season and when tbe mitter came regularly before the house be would read> to fallow why Orleans should be selected Mr DivicNon of Florida, said tint when that time came he would present tho elaims of PenMCol-a and show w hy the 5 ard should be opened Pending final action tl e committee rose The house it 5 o clock, adjonmed A republican caucus was called to meet to- inorron at 1 JO p in to consider the order of bubiuess of the house___ Dlschargine the Conductors CHATTANOOGA, Tenn Apnl Eight Queen and Crescent conductors have been discharged Tntlun the past few days, the notices simply stating that their reports are not satisfactorj Among the discharged are Sam Bennett and Ivewton Hammond, two ot the oldest conductors of the Queen and Crescent system Kumors are rife that the entire force of conductors on the road will be asked to resign, as tbe "spotters" and twool the Pinkerton detective agency have been doing some secret work, which. U now begte- nmg to manliest itself Five Murderers Pat Out of Crimea for Which They S offered Death MUBILB, Ala April 9 Fields, colored, was hanged this morning, at Scran ton, Miss for the murder of Jennie Mosely, colored on May 14th last The drop fell at 10 and Fields was prcmotinced dead in two minutes and six seconds He icknowledged his crime, and advised his hearers to profit by his fate FOTTR IN FITVNSYLVAMA WAYT.KSBUK.G, Pa April Taylor condemned for the murder of William Mc- Cousland, an Alleghaoy drover, was hanged at 11 12 o clock this morning He was pro- nounced dead twelve minutes later On the Scaffold he reiterated his inuocence of the crime George Clark, his brotfaer-in law, suf- fered death a few weeks ago for the same crime BKLLEFONTE, Pa Apnl 9 An- diens waa hanged here at II o clock today for the murder ot Clara Price a sixteen year-old girl, whom he had attempted to outrage Death resulted from strangulation The exe- cution was without uncommon incident EASTON, Pa Apnl 9 H Bar tholomews was hanged in jail here this morn- ing at 10 33 o'clock and was pronounced dead at 10 His neck was broken He was too intimate with, the wife of Aaron TV BiLlard and killed Dillard to get him out of the way Mrs Dillard was a party to the crime She made a full confession on the day of her hus- band's funeral and repeated it at Bartholo- mews's tnal, on the promise that her sentence would lie commuted to imprisonment for life. In accordance with the promise made, she la in tbe Easton Although Bartholomew had threatened to give the sheriff trouble and fight to tfce last, he walked to tbe scaffold quietly and with a firm step After all amttgenurate had been completed, he declared himself innocent, and then began curmug all hta and de- manding that Delicti re Johnson and hn City Has a Democratic r lections Elsewhere Apnl 9 returns from erj proeinct show the election of Holmes democrat by about ma- jority Peake democrat is elected over Case republican is treasurer democrat, defeated Qmnby republican, for city attorney Muhael JJolind noted is a member of the Clan na Gael triangle was the republican can- didate for police judge He was defeated by M fceeier democrat The republicans elected Kishop as auditor, and Cannon as speaker of the upper house fc ourteen members of the upper house were eleceed seven of t7iese are republicans and seven democrats Four alder- men were elected from wards including the re- cently innexed terntory to the city Of these two are republicans and two democrats This is the first time in four years that the democrats elected their candidate for major WIDE AWAKE DEMOCRATS. CHICAGO, April Q heavy wind storms in this part of the country e caused an unusuallj deep disturbance of the waters of Lake Michigan Yesterdaj a series of tulal swept in upon tins From the cieat to the trough of the es was only about fne feet, as shown by the rising and falling of the w ater-, in the m er but they swept in with great speed and mide e'v erything dauce easels wore earned in shore and run aground in the mud attached to the piers were jertted from their fastenings ind there were a number of other from wrecking igainat abutments This lasted for some hours, the each other at short internals It seems that the same influences were felt at other points on the lake At Kacine "Wis the waters seemed to be drawn iway from the shore, lowering the sur face noticcablj T1TK TOHNADO IV OHIO PiTTSBOHG, Pa April 9 V special from Akron Ohio says Two clouds came together Tuesday o% eiimg about tw o miles 1101 thw of Sharon Medina countj, and then began to revolve in tornado fashion and bear down upon the village The tornado's progress was marked bj i oaring and grinding sounds In ten miuutes it had leveled everything m its track, over six miles of farm laud for the width of thirty rods demolished dozens of buildings killed one man fatally injured a man and a w oman and sen mslv injured onl others Forests 111 which were trees two feet in diameter were cut down as if tliej had been cornstalks The storm trailed along into Stark county, leaving scattered over a stretch of fifteen miles The loss amounts to teus of thousands THB STORMS If. PKNKSTLVAMA PITTSBURO Pa Apni Penn- was visited hy an unusual ram wind aud electric storm this morning Great dam age was done and two lives were lost In this citj a number of houses were struck by lightning and persons were stunned The ram fell in torrents for several hours flooding cellars and causing small streams to overflow At "West Elirabeth bay, two clnl dren of George Beattie a boy and giri aged seven, were drowned on their wav to school While crossing a foot log over Dobbs Run, the little girl lost her footing and foil 111 the water, and her brave little twin brother m trying to rescue) her lost his life At Indiana Pa a bolt of lightning strtwfc the floumiK mill of Wegley Wilson and it wis burned Lossffll 000 In Westmoreland county great damage is reported -For two hours the rain fell in tor rents and nearly all the streams overflowed their bank% washing away bridges At Penu station a number of families were compelled to vacate their houses nid seek shelter on high ground The Manos Valley railroad at Claridge, its northern terminus, was badly damaged A BRBEZK IV THE PARK HIGHLAND PARK, III, Aprils A fierce storm swept over tbia place at 11 o clock last night doing heavy damage to property Al- though only one person was injured a number hid narrow t The wind came from the northwoit and tho path of destruction was about hilf a mile wide The Catholic church a large sli notnre gave way bef re the blast and fell into a chapeless mass The houses of Al Rafft rt> and Martin Blettel which ad- joined the church on the west were next blown er their occupants escaping in their night lothes w ithout injurj Tho roof was lifted off of Mrs Collins s large resilience in to tlie lot and dashed into splinters The dence occupied by C Stokes and family Was unroofed and otherwise damaged Mr Kroger residence suffered siunl ir damage and 111 old Ud> in the house w is hurt i large piece of wood which struck her m the side A blacksmith shop, a lirge si7ed frame structure was carried twenty feet uia torn to pieces The roof blown off the grocery store of Thomas Evans the building badl> shattered and serious damage done to the stock The front of Goldberg's store was blow n in and tho stock scattered in all direc tions CeiitralJiotel lost nearly all its hbmls and wis otherwise The front of Mrs Kenne> s store was crushed bj the wind and i large portion of the stock ruined Other buildings and fences all over the place were blow ii dew n, trees prostrated and the town sliakcu up generally The damage cannot be accurately estimated but w ill probably reach AT ROAN OK E greatest tor nadn for many yea" passed er this city this evening The casthouse at iron fur nace w as blown down and three laborers w ere killed and one was mortally wounded The loss to the furnace compauj is 000 Nearly one hundred dwellings in of erection were demolished balem furnace was blown down, a heavy loss being reported and build ings in that vicmitj were reduced to runts Loss 000 tion of Hill and Solomon streets fully fourtb of a mile long, fohp-we t the remains Ity request of the nonoAble mavor and coun- cil all business was from 10 to 12 o clock out of respect to his memory THE !EISHKI> SKULL, Wfcich WM Too Much For Vitality Abraham Clarlt MiLLKnoicvTi tK [Special Information has: been ix f a woman's tongoo TJ c cV ih u, e t the brethren and sisteri for nnlos ir in i Some- times it w is a pound p.irtv tht n i fair ir A dune parts in fact tint would draw a rrow d or reap row ard The ertti rt tin- ments have been hirmomous and tbf friendship has existed among the (e nntrl but alas i 10 of the sitit nn It nre that she In Iiev tl one of the brethren wa-> guiltv of tlipf in I should he expeiled from their society It seems th it the v d biothpr held i spot in this othei si--ti.r s heart so tl e inform v- tion w as as an insult an 1 was ro- sented in an exclamation that biought on A heated argument in which the brtUueii took part at a little later stage THE FIfiHT HAS FAT The women came to blows moment later the men were slashing sticks hoe handles etc A ptuic ensued and tho right bee line n cklt vt Mi n in 1 w omen were beat ov er the heads with sin ks in 1 nona heemed to care where their blows 1 iiidcd The light was kept up until tight mg uialf i w n exhausted at which tune there w i re i I alt men and wo ucn aroun 1 the with heads mashed nnd heTt np in terrible is the only one of the pai kiikd though nt n d >7i. u others aro badK isoj up Jiis skull waa crushed in several pliers s He Tliroivaa IKSMV Into the Kn  will hive an mi< n i n s di lumor question ind u ihc th it an ISMUS >f tlie rice Mr isinfivor putti Clarke county under tlie noral I'M u.1 ptmit law of IhtWt and also hehev es tint nky should be brought back to 1 inn npuiM a wide tie d for  cc iviatnUted by hu u life btst drilled oihccrs at tJit I sity T1i f a f nits wli h iv L I INMI bcttci market tli' rt At ill f-hgli market otton 1 iturts pen a At i I ivcri I t tlie peratmji in cc ttt jn "1 anil UK re v. is free t TP f >U 1 lint the the They Hold Another Town Meeting' and UeprcAentati ves. PROV iDFvrK B I Apnl 9 report has been receiv ed from West Greenwich, that after the polls closed yesterday afternoon, and the vote had been counted, disclosing no election, the democrats organized another meeting and resumed the voting The prohibitionist town clerk had gone home to attend to hia chores, but the democrats elected a town clerk, pro tern Fish, democrat, was elected sebator, and Rathborne democrat, representative It is reported that the town clerk will refuse to isbue certificates of election to Fish and Rath- borne The composition of the legislature now two republicans, forty-nine democrats, with nine members to be elected Were Oood Bonds. ,Apnl bonds stol- en bj Teller Kinihall, of tho Peoples savings bank were mostly gilt-edge railroad bonds, readilv negotiable Their face was but tbe market value was between and additional TELEGRAPH BHEVITIES. An Afflicted Fomilv GRIFFIN Oa Apnl 9 [Speciil j-TnF CONSTITUTION chronicled the death of Mr Walter Williams one of the firm composing the Racket store This famiH is terribly afflicted another one of them dying toda> from pneumonia contracted while attending the burial of his brother The wife of tr-e late Mr is lying at the potnt of death, and maj join her husband before the appear- ance of this article. There iv still another brother and a >oung baby of the deceased gentleman's afflicted family prostrated with feature was tht- relttively larger enrlv month-' with Mav taking the leail Tin was rmthinp in the crop movement or weather ru- port to attract atttntiun Tlie Speecli I nBatlnfartory I ON.DON April Mr Gladstones speerfi yesterday on the Hal four land pun hase hill fails to satiifj the Irish partv T P Ot nun 4 paper the Star, this afternoon pronouiHAs it disappointing The moment lias in-Mod the Star thinks when leaders of the liberal party should declare clearlv and that tha Balfour bill cannot be accepted The Chlraffo Strikes CHICAGO April 9 to the of arbitration signt-l jesterdav thf plinnheni all went to work this morning The c irp< li- ters' strike however seems no m an i i s< ttle- ment than on the first daj Tl f of yielding or compromise journeymen annom cc tli an all summer campaign t it] or side T nseU cs rc[ ired I Rome Bad Financially April 10-ThpT rn at Rome sars It is reporte 1 that inquiry into ninniripa. finances a state of bank- ruptcy exceeding the worst mti  brili wnt the of tbe crjiiferencecommltwe on the I 111 He a VOUOK Oeorgian with a bnl'tant f utnrc U-fore Captain Gilbert of baa ift tbe city for sewral days tbe tbe Mate oulitaiT board Capttto bert wiU be ajmott certainly returned to tne s county, wfcirb tugas NEWSPAPER! .EWSPAPJLJRI   

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