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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXL ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY APRIL 14, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BAMULL IS DEAD. _ eKE I TEST HESTOf DXXO- SCENE IN THE SICK ROOM rh. effwt of Cpom Pnbllc TribwteR to a Great Sterling Character. XTiSBiNOTOs Vj.nl 1 i Vs tho tunt ran of in irn n, 1 .'lit peered through the mDitow el tlio ui aosumiiir, house upon Ctpitol Wll lit the form of tho stricken the 1 turni d n Rny o( moni ng'i Jit'1 miniate 1 tho jot hauilsome hut emit ,t, 1 r o 11 1 in that ruj tlio lift of el J 1 n I'll amuei "j He IrJ limit a n k in 1 leroic for Jo tat n i li ln tllit ral uf p irosit off a-, n t i "1 the "i of do loorf gamaei ncitt off Ji i Then to t t i 1 c line the announcement, II lil 1 Ht- 11- 1 lllt-t IMtll lit V 1 O I Idt till i t commi m r In 1 t f t-i -ml l i, 1 t  cliun h i t f ill 1 1 u il V. is h s 1 i in tear, N jn ill li is trttr il i the halls of c i r i  Ii 1 i Hi th i' n nl jait> 1 sts s s i r tl 1 ts ti fnci d ui'l CO i i i ,1 i t 11 LII nf. n i jiitisr: "Mi 1 u ill 1 I i I I r stun Sli lint en rr  Tol I tin VSHIM i jtt d Tt w is i s i 1 It scene at the Em la t 11 1 i u C-H1 ol I'lll Tvlcn I )i _i in SM mel 1 Kn III ic-il tins in in iu Ji t as tiio bells f i a ne i n li i h we t >lhnt; "i o c1 c Aroin 1 tin K Isiilo git icit I the fain ilv the i in TI I 1 stmas r (it ril n t-r ho b 11 all Kept constant 'c 1 i i an t Vt i f i i utts befoii- his h i j ene 1 hiseis i! 1 km, tei lerl> it (us u 1 m 11 w t i c M th  in aim Mr M in i r i n 't re I t t us thft n is t t t' oil OMii gnat 1 i i i rn i tt 1 n in t sj e ik TI i I Isi i n n s It I Mr 1 11 i' 1 b nl h 1 I t- u pee i 1 it anj t i c 1 J t o j i tne tli} i 1 1 i fiuu J an 1 f ti 1 ki u tl it ho ti u d I t ist much on r 1 1 i ins ha 1 u f me I tae fami t! U i i .J t coi c aiu t in> hour all s t 1 Ml I Til i 1 pa i ai I tl t that Ii >ni i ..1 t h i 1 1 t n a ba 1 out- [t r tbe ml 1 b 1 M.ril siiikn t, sj it's t tl o iston r hm e i-r k f h iu i itj hail alii o t ir in h 1 be i i tit pt l c it Her li nl i n r den tint h s ex i i i i i left him He re tt I e isiU in 1 01 ft tlitiii tlit fore pa t f t] e IN i 1 tin tl ctor w on t 1 is 1 u 1 in _ht he 11 il d-m jet Hi t k s in nil hn Lilt 11 1 iff r 1 u 1 it i biior 1> ar n 3 01 let 1 HIM I l 1 11 1 HO- t-CBdinli in i, u I 1 e sn mil Unit st to -i nt I i sj t It M is n irse tb in -n v of the inet-M- us an I it nal tho iKb tuttlietnln i l ml Vll the mi i Mtliefani t- in i. nlllsi Dr M vl Mbona-satt ntl I Vr I ui 11 1 tin >u bout 1131 lie 11 1 his to InM. An in-e Cat ntl tease t it cllc. thefaTiij Dr I M I i coin cons iltiiig Plijwcaii and 1' t u v maker n ere hast Ij sumiuiel Tin j ma ned m 1 tlio be Is ie etiict tmf o ill moment would bo tie i_st until o o cl ik wien 1 e rillitJ TOII oivliat fj m of collipse It lift Mil Ala'lm be i Inrdly lue tl the night Dr ifun o t lock but the ireiuanielu ib tl i sick nun Thorcna? kmiayK-u "gTb" s liouso'to but Has hastily su uinonell about i ,n r r" wl ii the doctor 111 wrarcil the. family that Mi Uaiidall could not tlirongh tie He n 13 in a st-Uc of sntss the tune -l-tout j o doe v ho Inl another ailiftctna, 1 hs 11 nl became more torn Tlt k lv the room on the t c ml st ly i f his modest a is just beginning to 11 is llltrt room, wlien Mr "'lill opened his CM.i mtl looked tenderly I0 btr ind ill a half K i smipli mother SMk enearln (lurth tho hour of five, to WT ''ers to c "iy S and lu> ttie nuon, when from 'cent md ste-i ly gize which, he di htm he must have heen hut he mul un.-blo to ipeak and terptl'T" "Hither v as the only one lie ut or proieliiig his oeath This einunuuiod si l i tlmt tlie only one SJiiht bth nd htm ___ "ore Mi Susan Randall, Mrs 1 her daughter, Postmaster General For i ln "10 1'ousehold servants t iiiu Ullll tion Their grief was touching in the extreme, and the gent'emen present allowed thorn to indulge it alone for some minutes Postmaster General IVanaataker came out of the house a few minutes after 5, and an- nounced, in au Almost choking voice, that all was mcr He an I the others then endeavored to comfort tl o afllicted fatmlv, and at length succeeded in inducing them to retire, and try to refresh themselves with sleep MR B LVDALL S IX.X.MC8S Mr RindaU a illnix-a dates back fire years w litii IhomibF Mallau, w ho h is attrnded him throng! out his latei illnt-ss, was called iu to tri. it him for Julv Ofi iMnoft two Mf ttAmH11 wtssmU enl> with aMo'ciitdiarrluraai d litiiioirli during the mgbt, dve to lustily e it in., a ditli i E KG crt_im and b rnc s t'mriig t ho d iy 1 h s lieiuoi rlta0e as so ere as to co ttf'lj luix. and his life was in limn ncnt d inqt i Dr Mallau that foi some tii K i CM us to this, Mi Uandill h 11 btui t j u t, I ith wli it lie hup i wet Iu uorr'uiJs Tho cJiar i' il ul cau.-M.il tho di LI-Mi to u n ir L-ieror i, ami it ac found Hut h n i fi in an and nut i1 -.Ih tail (-en us "huh U (Uph ted h ste u an 1 k ft h in v.e k i id i n ic t  Mi KaiuUll ruli 1 and pic sir igei, md as t 11 ftii IT, wtil in til last 1. nji n 111 a nw t i i lv LIO Mtathm 1 his i _ i as t n i in c 1 In tit ibt oiinn il in s LII t L c us cf pontouitis 11 i t i c 1 m stum sci. HI n 1 s n. in a s t urso w is dov m aid ni i v is i i it and a oh 1! nml tl 111 ii i t i biui ,-JiL tli t it 1 ll t 1 i n K Mr T itidall i H c ni is i 1 t null tl rti 1 s K i s I hi i t  1 UK 5 K M tl .it Ml I u i u 1 UK i n u t I Hi iiosti i> pisMi in i u II ir lath c mi t tho luncrLl ices in t i s i i T, Tit IHUS of Mr J i.ilil d< Uh heoimo ju fo i h kn nit (tin It v ii ti i 11 1 1 t H f t, s in i if v sh   H i I me ivur s i 11 n c i K inh it 11 i MM Jim n sit i krt ui f fis th i n to ts., t di piths i h t o 'i S] t il r p U v! rtiirm, tiit, to j i ITt t -i s i 1 i i-, u 210 s t n t1 i i of the f imil> w ith it td t t tl t J i 1 M u< s "i d n t in  u 01 t the isnes f ho f I'm en 1 I thn Am< t othci ill s   Mi I UK 'II ii i lent nti t< S] i't( I trl I lii I it til it v t I.ill k in im (tit-. TIr A. t INTS THT UM I IT mt tt- Viuis II hi cs c lie I ii d tonk d u (_ (f tl c n u t f< r tl o 1 ouso of rcpro i t it s T i wo o em1 ilme 1 PU I i i ted 111 n ft m t o i oin 111 nh h 1 in liil I 1 Its It it tl i dc 11 ni m cii i J ft i j i ft cxftf t it lit, e i i la ti_ 1 i i tt 1 i n n aikablo decree 1 i o n t  ii n fi igonicnt-t wiU be in di ngf t f tl i >n xl r( ininitteeto be ippm d t IK MOV, in Minis Mis 1 indillir ftrs th U tl ill h I 11 1 in tlit lniith of which I nl til is a niiiTir and not in the 1 of nt cs "J hi-, an t h is the tit i hr 11 i Bsbyteuan rh IT (Dr <_ nes I i it tl t rntr o{ Ftniuh and I ice x me i I v o o cite t will he tlu houi t 1 f tfju (S Yf U r tho ccremnms II t mm i il 11 ill take i c< tl tra n tno I'CIMISJ h 11 i I'M In id 11 11 idi Iph i tiorc th i t i 11 tTkc l ace ni Mr I imlill s f-n ult in J -Mirol Hill ten o t J.i f f will tt. hold Ihxrf The li i n i-, i t t o I t j the citj I lit v. ill t 'ti 'Imiri (i I univli dr tli in. 1 u 1 HOP Noi p pud t i ii I r tub ts of T hn i ind IPS OP than his d 11 rat L isx fs in houses ho dif fi it. I v. itli h ni itillv IIJK 11 e of tl o most II ort tut iiure 111 rorftiess i I Mils hid not t i d f i u li H on tlie VKsociitetl 3 it, nptHii 1 ihmit 1 o lock, ind iskcd his i i i m n KiindaU Mi Mills spoke tut id e imt stlj Ht, i mm said he a man f f um i i tic h ble and a n itnril b in le i U r r IIH n He h 1 more of the o e- ineiits of leadership Ut in ain cone in cont ift sun o I been in tmb'ir lilO N ith b t hi on tl tar ill could t nit, 1 him irom tho leader oi tho dcmoci ilu p If it hid not bt eii for t'n ho vvould h been no umatcd for presi d. m in 1ST and aid Mi Mill with em- pi .is s 'he mild e been ted 11 d settt- (d feu IH would his ughli bt 11 he L 1 his opinions ngbt ho would itr change thorn, uo nntter what h ippen I cr such determination Iu n ho set his lips in 1 n that it tf hi" nothing C  n 1 coin promise but he bo e 1 hp as njilit and could not bo ed till In-, i ait v except IJowdtn ami one or tu others bid como er he stiil held out ami would 1100 riu.t wia tho only thing on which wo differetl There is nothing and cannot say for me about Mr J and I esteemed him highly feelings ards him were of the Kindest and I had great admiration and personal attach meirt for him bpe vker Kcea It ue useless tx trv ind express, in a lew nerds my senie o; the greit loss which we feel HI Kindall's death My esteem for him was very great am I always had and expressed the highest adnniition for his steadfastness and courage He was a good friend, a man, and a statesman beyond reproach Mr Carlisle, who was just returning from a visit to the Kandall residence, said "My per soinl icrmi Htance with Mr Randall began hen I entered the foity-nfth congress, m October, Ib77 Since then our relations have been not only friendlj, but quite uiti mate Although wo differed widely upon some very important subjects, n allowed these differences to interfere oui friendship, I always regarded him as an honest man m public life, and he undoubtedly a man who bad strong con victions and the courage to staud by them I think that his death is a great loss to nia party and to tbe courttry, and that he deserves to be remembered for his great mblic Major SfcKmley said the death of Sanrae J Randall takes out of public life one of the ablest and purest of our statesmen He was a croat man, Mid for tr-renty-fiTe years has been positive force ia national affairs During al hjsloiie service m the house, amid conflicts, when passion rvUed.Mr was always true to his country, to his con victions, and bis constituents, making every tblnff yield to his convictions of pnbbc doty Hi was natural leftdorof No could have been a greater one. Be JiU be missed in nation's councils. Few men CCbtfUmetl on FWtt OoJomn, JOHK 3. IWALLS BIS 8PZKETT MEASURES. HE ATTACKS MR CLEVELAND, And YliinBelC in Favor of Parly Con uptlon in Order to Ke- tain Power. rjr YOBS, Apnl a hree page profusely illustiittd interxiew, nnted in tbe New York World today, Senator _ ills Diakcs some ratnei pith statemcntB n sneaking of the two political paitieB, he Her publicans and the democrats area irrec ib'j opposed to otncr as were rant in the Tteri use ba'lotv metead ;nii 1 ut tiie la unrelenting _> ami the result as serious for the same n wii it is lawful to defeat the adversary to IP re 11 purchase mercenaries to mutilate to 11 to tleitroy fhe conn lander who loat J. luttle tne activity of moral nattira would be Ue dtriBton ol history Xhia tumt about tht. c >r uptiun of kits follj in the extreme It pro front tlie tea c latard. and Uiit-t intus THE P VHTY His opinion of the Democra ic party is ex rested thuslj Tlie demotiat t i having iior n i- (ieiicu nor deHncd m it illit-fl tfetlf with dm ontent and 11 arr n cd anftin8t (_iil ordtr It is win re pulln and rivate in rilityn wetkent Its titnl N are in lie whero EIH. et> 11 nd in tn an'l crmii nl CLunitdare in c It his be m or Its treed [i" mstru ti >ii oC lefftmon fiat in a po u'tr .cm run cut woilth an 1 i u r ty re no nnUh for nui lUers 1- r %c its only policy Uen toco n lin to o to V t pi otc'-t a nl ately at ji'ie c in v.] t tMc 1 avc Inns 0 I Belaud (rine 111 nttliont plaiia pur t, 11 pi! uimti ition tt uniiered j itia H tli in d jincst and 1 itliirs it ww t 'cm in main things -xml fech e m All, 1 lelt a.bso uttlj i o imiiresMon uron 11 t tcept iu the matti r ot I ills lor tnuous uid lullo hnildiUAS It f I wi.il re tubl L. tn t jtEhotJir and t iri ittl on rej ul U< ultat- 1 th a M lit n 1 IAI n n vi as 11 at ib it a h Ihctn ihopp-tl mer an I 11 t al v, ith uur woik JU tl eii thai be the U 11 iitio uonniice in o hosnjs "ne  mmittid to mem 1 i-, L ml imlf-UiU w c iiLict ll 'i ifT'ttitlon t i cloni ju 1 j trirt sin anil wliat he alK U 10 nun jti t nm utiaxt i u nit i f Iin_ ol leiioi, like tint it' (IiJiee HnilriiiniifttN' r In j s In ii i M tho nitc.es.s oE the c mntry TUBPIN NEXT TO GO. i i t r f tl e west Tiid FOiith me nlonti i UK v i iniifl 1 Thur illifiice j i i 1 iu tt r th ir n unril is i ML 1 k If th tic tc w II Ic mviTiii I i -tii 11 In HI tho imr P ii 1 w t hi the swo d f the n ition 11 d hill use- them not r op it i I t f i just i illcy of flie '-IB i] t i i il Mi MIIUI with th n inl u r 11 tiom h I luf-tono to tht, f riu a in ni t t u i-v' ill "ii IIPOUS I pul itiou u 1 i i ii   his It it niiitakc ti r i j rtbi ,U nt to j that i ctin0 his friend- he in i r i iti ite his (.no us (_ mil n nip rt from tho reiubhrin (ilk Min-rtj i UJS torpiiiiui aiioflne in I he ilicii UL 1 mai democrats Tne mo t F r nul 1 It. rrr i i f U in i on ia in rt t, r linn -t f i Lu ml 1 t II v. i peri K i in ict nknt (_ Icvtlind s t hn 1 in niter a jtaxt o 1 itc t enable ti. fct men art, I i iai and i icfcr vfoim t-h il'l be tnul o i their B Him on tlif-inseJir" and if 1 Uarn n a  ac iuittet.1 hiinselt with dignity cour and I 3 (lament is uitl he is not nn ill n >r Mithisidtis hijcli uid I im c mfident thath- will con btantl> in piibliL c tun ition mil THE PtJNPIOV ticc of pensions lie tt tht tables of mortilitj the la.ct b Iditi ot the war for the um m will evjnre between 1910 ind 1950 but the pension roll ipullj Gimini'-h long before that time to w d wtand del enilcnt relatives will however continue f  comment.c on partisan 11 ition to perpetuate their .nil Iiirf been tepoited favorably and they hive trilled to make it a law It is to present re cting in auj state tins j e n, iding h it all (.ouKreaanieii IMJ elected this fall 10111 tho districts constituted when thcelec- luns (f member? of the congros.5 took lj.ce It also for state returning oirds tt etrtifj to the of tho lioubo of ej rpscutatives as to tbe members who were Jected from the iauous sta ts THFIB IT MVPPBD OUT Then the present plan of tlio repubhcins is add to this bill in the s1 ape of amendments, ill the features iu the Ixi-Jge national election ,w bill v Inch will ido for federal super ind troops if Ueeme 1 nectss irj irountl tht po'li, anil for state returning boards to be n (inlet! by tlio ftdcial thus ak the feature of elec- tions i fl the hands of tlie states and putting them in clnrge of republican foueral ofticials [his is the r pirtisaii p'an as mapped out nt iresent Tbe iBiJubliCiiii partj is 111 a posi ou whole it ciunot hope to g'iin All its padors desne is to hold what they now hold w hot thej o w on by i iud uid corruption 1 hey o no senate and know that they cm bold that for .yens to   tho M  there little hopes in the hill of for the democracy It remains foi the peo] le to stand together hhou'dcr to shoulder throw aside ill other questions to row tins rule or mm partj v> h seems deter nine 1 to pull down tbe people of tho south an 1 make tho carpet baggei and the negro donnii mt Ihe i cpubliean heie wijl stop at nothing w hile they remain in pow ei E W B Six Hundred Teacbera Will Attend. RALBIGH, N C April 13 retary Harrell, of tbe Southern Educational Association, says the date fixed for the first meeting is July 1st to 5th, both inclusive, at Morehead City, N. C The date is so fixed as not to conflict with the meeting of the Jsatioral Educational Association, waich be- gins July 18th, and a number of teachers from the southern association will also attend the national association The secretary reports that the southern association is rapidly gaining strength, and that every southern state will be represented Xt is believed that six hundred teachers will attend Father Jaen Dead. LYONS, Iowa, Apnl 13 F C Jaen, plaintiff in tho famous salt for agalniti Bishop Hennessy, of Dubuque, died here very suddenly yesterday from the effects of the "grip Father Jaen was aged serenty-lotnr, and a native of France. (MWU Tarta- 8 April 13. fisnsbury an matched to row on THE INT1.RINAT1O3S 4.1, TKIP. be under the guidance of the Maoon board of trade A reception in the evening by the commercial dab will follow The harbor at Bruikswick will be inspected Saturday, followed by a luncheon at JoJtyl island, aftguoats of the JekyI Island club. After luncheon they will be taken by tlie steamer to Fernandina, thence by special train to St Anerustme, Fla Sunday will be a day of rest at fit. .Aofrtiatttte Monday's programme included a visit to the cigar factories at Tampa, tbe new Tampa Bay hotel, and a aati on one of the Plant Kteauon to Key. the entrance to Tampa bay from tbe gulf of Mexico Tuesday en .route to Pensacols "Wednesday devoted to 1'eusacola and Mobile Thursday aod at New Orleans Tbe New Orleans committee will meet tbe special train at St and on arrival at New Orleans, ill convey the party in carnages to the St Charles hotel, and thence to tlie ariotis points of interest A banqiiet in the eiimg A river eicaraion ia planned for Friday, with an evening reception by the Tne iron interests of Birmingham will bo on Saturdaj Sunday will be on Lookout moun- tain Monday will be devoted to the various busi- ne-ss interests at Chattanooga Tuesday at Nasln ille Wednesday morning en route through the Shenandoili valley, reaching Koaiioko about J p m The citizen's' committee will meet the part> on its arnval at Itoanoke and them to Carious points of interest A banquet in the en ing at the Hotel Uoanoke tendered and accepted Thuisuay at Natural bridge Fndiy at the C orns of ishmpton will be hed on the return trip about J p m Saturday, May 10 From imitations rocened the omission of factory isits and niial banquets is noted They will be very welcome to the members of tho ruiifcroi ce, who were somewhat surfeited list fill Social entertimments are much more to thsir taste, especially ladies participate THK WEfcK IN COVGRE38. The Itinerary of tiie Tliroupli South April business of the internatioual American ouference is so far achinced that there is little doubt that the cin for the excursion tliroug i the south at mid light. Friday ISth ai origi- nally pinned About one half have already arr tilled to take tlie tnp, a id several others w ill doubtless decide to postpone then depirt- ure for home for that purpose, so tliat the party will consist of fort> persons Ar rangementa for transportation hav e been completed and the special trim will be similar to that on the northern excursion last fall the finest that can be secured The plans of entertain ment in se'N eral of the cities to be have be'-n submitted ind tbe programmer will be completed and printed as soon as the re- mainder are heard from The following tele- gram waa from New Orleans Tlie Pan American dele-rates and party wilt be the gueatsof the chamber of commerce represent ing tue Orleans and the Mate of from the time they cross the stite line until tfaej recross it Hotel bilts tndcarriage hire will be cared for by tbe chamber I hope that Mr Lbviiw will aceompaav partv to tbia ctt> ou can assure him that he will receive a hearty welcome Similar messages have been received from several other cities to be isited Tho party will start from Washington at U p, m on the 13th, uiid. reach Old Point Comfort about 9 o clock At Old Point Com- fort they will board the United States steamer Dispatch, and spend the day in visiting 3Sor folk and Portsmouth, returning to Old Point Comfort in the evening Sunday the JOth willbe spent in visiting the soldiers' home, and the normal school at Hampton Monday morning will be devoted to the to- bacco and other interests of Richmond At 12 30 p m a reception will be held at tlie ex- ecutive mansion by Governor McKfnney, Mayor EUyson. and tiie ladies of Kaobmond, to be followed by a luncheon at tne Westmore- land club The party will leave Richmond at 7 p m en route for Charleston, 8 C At Charleston, arrangements are made for a morning excursion around the harbor a visit to the phosphate works and mines, and plantations, followed by a hmeheon as guest of the city, and an evening reception by the ladies. Wednesday will he spent hi Angvsta, where the party will be the jroesta of the Manufactu- rer's association and tbe Augusta exchange The will be in Atlanta on Thwaday The programme of not yet been reoetved, Fndaj tbe educational _____ __ __ Tlie IL lection Cases to Take up Most of the Time of the Ilonse WvsrfiNGTON, April tbe terms of Iloir H iintico gnen last the senate isto bi, asked to sit Monday until the Mon tina election case shill be disposed of but the decision of that ca.se mil probably go over until Tuesday, as the senile is expected to adjourn tomorrow upon the announcement of tlie death of Mr Rand ill Iu announcing his intention to ask the eenate to sit out the election case tomorrow, Mr Hoar stated that the republicans had no intention of further it Senator Haw ley, at the first opportunity, will call up tho world s fair bill He may get it before fie hcuate in the morning hour Tuesday and if no d 3 tl c census c fti s Barrett, and the ciic of Bowen Buchanan As tlu i o tsfa o-tl e setting of demorntic mem Iters b it htt e tune is likely to be consumed H their t iibideriti jn Ihe -ilitjie appropriation bill will come t ong itc r in the and probably fill out the icaii ndei of the time up to Saturday whirl w ill be demoted to eulogiei upon the late Cox of New WITH A CHILD ON THE ROOFS. A s Blood-Cli.Hing Feats of AfiiUty in N "N ARK, April 15 V CLCUO that for iicarl> au hour chilled the blood of those who wit- ftessc I it was presented here to-daj Ono of tlie of the tenement, 25 Hellcville axeiiue, is George Arbuthnot, aa ice wan hilo he was craved with drink he went up on the roof wi'h a two-year-old cmld in his arms He then begin to show wl at he dared to do He sprang fiom roof to roof of adjoining houses tho narrow alley- ways like a cat Hit. fnends tried in am to coax him down, while some of the neighbors ran for the police pol cemeu arrived soon At their first appearance to the edge of a roof, and, with a wild look, threatened to jump off He changed his mind, and renewed his perilons feat of springing from roof to roof A policeman Went up to the roof, and, putting his head through the scuttle tried to coax the man down >Vhile he was thus engaged, two other policemen got to the Toof of an adjoining house, and, stealthily approaching Arbuthnot from be luiid, were upon him before he was aware of their presence Afler a Mtrrggle he was overpowered The child was taken from him uninjured, and he was conducted down to terra firma and to the police where he was locked up In his flight over the roofs before the arrival of the police he tnpped once and tell on a large skylight crashing m the glass He clasped the however, and neither was hurt THE LEVEES BROKEN, Tbe Town off Two Under Water. NEW OBLKATTS, April 13 In the Atcliafalaya levee, which occnrrcd Wednes- day, two miles south of Simsport, in Point Coupes parish, u now hundred feet wide and seven feet deep The town of Sunsport ts said to be about two feet trader water Cason levee, on the west bank, about seventeen miles north of NelviHe, broke on Saturday night This break is said to be 300 feet vide and ten feet deep Advices were also received at Big Bend levee of Bayou des Glaisa, eight miles west of Btmsport, badly broken. A Stnutftv Itoattu CmTTAKOOOA.Tenn ,Apnl 13 Lee Malcom, a young white man in the em- ploy of the Chattanooga Street Railroad com- pany, was killed last night at tbe corner ol Market and Ninth streets.m the btudneM part of the city He was on the rearplatform of acar ar- ranging signal lights, ana leaning forward, Turning into Ninth street on a sharp carre, tbe cars pass rery close, aud IfaJeom wma struck the head by the passing coach, and the Wood Teasels en his brain motored. He died in five His remains will to KaooLriDe, his former borne. HflOPE ISLAND HER XA.ME TO THE CJBJITJC AHu XS ANCHORED TO STAY. A Bnutk f or Trntfa J tut Ice the Daric Spaafc, ft I, Apnl 13 PostpcswA city election yesterday resulted in doxoo- ccatic victory, giving that party the senator and eight representatives The complexion of the incoming shows fifty-reran democrats to fifty rwjmb- icans, which tho democrats a workiBff majority, with two to spare, and insures tbs> election of the democratic state ticket The Australian system worked like clock work jesteruay ery few >oters required in- struction in preparing the while every- body had time enough to vote Jt STICK TO A COLOKKD Mrs. Davis Recovers Property Deeded by Her 1 ather RICHMOVK, a ApnL l [Special .upremo of aipcalaj of rendered an opinion in a ca-rf1 winch has in It many eleinentaof romance The appillaut is ,his litigition is Alice DaMs tho wife of colored lawyer of Washington city The rec- ords m the case show that hhe is the natural daughter of a gentleman by tht niino of fatrange whodunng Ins h'o w is i wealthy merchant of Lyiichburg m this state Strange was married ind had a grown, daughter He dioJ ui borne tituo vious to that he made a deed to his tutnral daughter, in wb ch he conv ycd pr-ijcrij in this state it aboi t ?1O T nit deed was recnrdeJ I 'ie fuUuca to do thin, it seems, was caused by the failure of iiige to iiaire in> considerition in tho deed. This uimsbion ing been called to tho vovng nan s attention she w ioto to her father and requested h ni to make i new i 1, cor- recting the fatal omission which he rtid As soon as Strangt H na c d lughter discovered this, ehe to tier f to recall his action, repre'-eiiUiji'; Iho njustice he as doing to his t umly by .his acts OH Strange visited his colors 1 off- spring and made a pathetic and powt -fuJ ap- jeal to her to to inm tht. property he lad gnen her, th r 1 lua Little ei gnfcr ail t I 1 r imp nan at the wheel are .ail TIP r< ported driniictlarc If ItAtuty- o AIn Ca'henne ib 111 old la.Jj two ladies and one unuiio man No been ered A nuinbr f were a'lghtly nijn-o 1 I W Tbompbon was badiy hurt ind taken to the h -tpital IE is estimated that tbirtv jwnple v, ere n the boat at the time of tl e ac  waa to tho side of a running train, and losing bin fell to the track Ten passed over body _ Archer Trnat IDwctU. BELAIE, lid Apnl U Stata Treaswrwr Archer has executed a deed for bmo- fit of hiB bondsmen The deed coders all bus property in Cecil and Harford counties Kau- mftted value below Treasurer u now under arrest for maifea-sanei in oftlce. He will be released tomorrow oa gJ5 000 tail. Mr. Bayard in Charleston CHABLKATON, S C Apnl 1 J Secretary of State T F Bayard attended worship ,n the Huguenot church here todaj where a ttermott waspreadied by Rev Dr Mr Bay- ard will deliver the oration tomorrow night the Academy of MUSH- before the Huguenot society of Soctfc Cartmna an FASIS, Apnl 13 M Mermiex, editor of Cocarde, has been acquitted of the charge of gQrrepUtOQsIy obtaining and pablishing offietal documents connected wittt tlie tnal of Oenerat Bonlmneer Tbe of she Temps and Uha Siecle, M Sacn, M Hene, and M Ixtckrar. and other eminent vntMS, defended the action Of Mermeu, all regarding the case as a test the liberty of the Ixmxnr, April 13 Adnces from C Potfaual has a force the Store nver. with U panda. The Ued witt arullecy SPAPLRl   

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