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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA, GA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 10NSOF MONEY TO BE WASTED Wlndnm ThAt Cnr- moilir-'l for-tho bureau of pensions, itV ut reference to the cix il serx ice 1 Mr J-'iiiJlitj' spolw tho provision, taking tl ese appointments fiom tho control of IMMUO It warf itnfKKMblo f Iut on Sex on tetn metlu il innners n ixx 111 1 id been "VI ouito f under tl o cixil serxice and it ib prt j use i to appoint thirtv others vi u ut rt.fen.nu to tl at Tin re w is i i f ex, di i j inline U Iho I t t  lint It mi tl cir ex for sub-J 11 in tho i "i' 1 i. il t 4 i m r> ill tppoi.itnieuts should pjjbecaliod 1 )1 "en U Tn in th t lri i iox o 1 sti Lo jir au 1 1 t >n tl n nit nut th it rox i f fie j< nit n s  in t 6 t re: lions. 11 i lt> nut ti I" t 1 t i iiUn r sili-fx tl o (ti, ll i i u 1 il-o t i u ilthx st 1 1 si Ml l t 1st L ui 'i i trs i i 4 i e n iu 1 i id I an 1 tx% N nt cm tdl il f x h is t c ii ti i i i ui n Id n 11.' i le i u i U i 1 i 1 s mi 1 M, t- must ht f til n us' rt t r  niaii> of h s lato asso- c tes in tin h H so, by Mr "U j.naniakt r, ami h> i iiunibtr of his friends, neighbor-, i ij i; nire s About t no hour afterward-? 11 r r xx ts t il ed md foitx f ur st 11 Uor I tl i c isi (t is rouioxtd to the body of the a qut nun s ind place 1 upon v t I'nf ilunc, i tli tloxc Sj t cml hoiu'jful tloril deroi ON i i s Mr II T n xt 1 rt i Si Mr i OIIL bt Mr II 1 i i 1 t is in 1 ss nee u 1 U ri it I x.n Hn. t i t u 1 tXiKiuli'uitb It f i r! l xt it ti it t If in in 1 tht n iflor i i 1 I r i-, ;ti u lh l-l I s i 1 x tl i. st xx ti! 1 t il 1 N U i f i r l f st u n r ll ux xi U t il M t n t ill ip our nu int in xn u x onhl i vli l 1 Mil 1 tlie M.A 1 ir ll r i i_s one h i" i tu tifU 11 I i-. 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Mill j Mid u i xo M i i t of il t pt-oi.h tl ink iimpi'st f ir tl o xxeilth of tht sp t le-t-. n ti of u siinj Je th n tctct i ait 11 i nu 1 hj rif, tness ind h h Ltx uid lii n lust i T An illiout O ie 31 vihuh w is t bt Mr Kindal! s fa x ti hx mn xx t NUM., 1111 then tlu fn in '1 ve- in 11 is i u n he 1 In DJ C hi tt i i f 1 s In U i n him in U Ii u i t t IK w ilh i UK M i i e itnts ii i t it Ui n 1 t! If t i t t _, mi r er 11 r r 1 e r tt Hin i ii Jii Brim i s, T1 jr ti i 1 c X t ,n i H> I oooi nor I, n n t r K Sa an ai n ,r t'teOc ite L "r f H tin in lilt ii b M i il b su I ti k it O   t t, ,1 11 t ill l noir) P t 1 nil n (in x t 1 I v M s S r n i o KM i< nun it I it 000 fc If Cl ItlOl i Uuid rr- f.n let ti MI (tlMJT-TjN'- I 1 1" rill 1 in i U 1 his I i tin r HI ix s( nio tu 10 t brutil tuat u ittt n, t is l Ine s K tht KOX tin  ul h ir in -v ot i f i a SUM PV f I'll lit 1 H Y 4tuntlo lh. R, II _s-ui lore and uu s, r, vert ,n thell tins m, t ur I. sks ha> u K rep.b an f lie (Jem -ritu Tin, ,1, ,ks TI ro locitcd ]c iftei t lour nou >L xrt n t "dn ti.cn> they tho Westnted ol the senate uder the tt i ins of tut reio u on u exerntne jesttrd ij r Siuidt ts ai 1'imtr ere" is i Ijnit ountv jiil tlircit t 1 r i I il I x tht, tx ni hrri K I r nt I "i H" M I" ii s T M 11 e the !x nt h 1 ixx 1 1 n to ur If r u e tia k to ii rl i tu tup tier ill of ul it i mi 1 trm to r utl tht t in nix i MI tli ttnsc I Ins w i t t i -.1 ii 1 I thit tit shtiitl o t i j_u u I your -j ut i I ur J 1 I I ll lit X I t S 1 l M riiLit nf1 i i r m fix 'Mil rer hiding out in the Col n il 11 j t 1 n m ui lei tot Ijnch 1 M  in beloxed ex claimed, witli a heavenly sntlle on Ms Taee, he fell asleep in Jeaofi A great man hag fa'lea by the hand of death His name I een inscribed iu oar country's ainui.li and will be honored hv the latest genera uou, butattorall, tbegrwateat bouer tbat comes to ineinon the greatest wiuifort to those left Itebiiid is the knawletlKe that hlfi name ia written in tUe Ltialt s Book of Life AustftiUife, a Christian faith, a Christian B can be pronounced on anx humjn r Tliese the at Mr Randall's Rreat- noHH MAX thej lie those of all here present so that w htn death comes may hear, as he doubtieaa did thexolce of the uije, done -t t d and faithful perxant enter tbtm intu the ol tU> I-ord The (loathe address was !ij Mr MtJlMirn, recalled tlifc time when a 501 uian (alludinc Mr Wj.i uoaker) aicu tiimctl to hold Mindly wnite in a noiphhoring cit> wliero the 1 LI pic xiere I'rj'wn t heir him alt ho naa a bv proft-Hsion ind waa nut reieJiJnjf I iv for hii Bervice" r tlu e m ttm a ft im t inta i line a insr-atm nf a t-t-iut y noble figure t st it in front and fivcd hia inerrin 1 riHiint nil the jonng I d i i 11 rfjnj him o it Jus hciit UP it ijiiuLcr and n l-.Pr 1 hr f in mths ago lie eiit on sax se men mtt t ther undi r i ir< umataiw es xvnl iliffcnnt   i his lied a. ii in tkun brix Ij 1 unit ctlx, noblx entlurcd t v word ut nu rumr ft en the so'emn i -M t rentixii the nun into the church into theli .'x if Ipsuafl rial had 1 nn ducted ii> tl i iii'-t n end the eiders of the liurcli and the h >u purinient had been admini-tend The -n i U ill Hid 1 een with tear and treinb 1 UK b) that man many >t.ars I efure had 1 cm a i in thf hi east of Win wiio hoird th  nntdnff upwird n there fUe man wlio J3 now in this Jiuiiae Iheiiithp.n, 'Still, Still With was abinelictoii jirouounced, and tho body w loverciitly borne from the rburcli. rin f neral j 11 on fciincd, ui 1 tiowu to mil th n nigh tho tapitol groumls and bj Ptunix Ix luia avenue to the slati >u of tho 1'enn iiilroad c jniinnj A.   'i itir bit u an 1 1 iithe f J vj ii tit i All ol i 1 It i i >ls f 1 11 ii r It tt i iuuilx tltith ol t btini ni> A l 17 All btxt btcu itiph tid re i hue for the dopariure at 11 p. m Fmlay 11 (f tlio uittiuatioji.il AuierieAii cojifer t in.e ui tlitir s( uthoTii tour, provided the 0011 f( n i 11 shall prior to that tuno L pou tlin i etui H tup i is piopo.sed to haxe tho TI d of the delegVes meet tliA 3 I d of the delegl'es meet w "S me nonals pie I tiiuiu it the N vtur-U lirulgo, aliJ from that Cln.i >lr Icr foil tho t lh Io mtu.caeuUr 9. I A r r'- of tlu I 1 state la'" sittiiy.f tho district of the I mted bUtos army ICNOttlNO HIP SRRVICK LAW At_0 clock, tho took np the uuwrv Mp vno nouse tor tUa appom.meut ol The Kaces 3Templiis Mf xu His 1 fifth of the spring intttiiij, ot the nexv Memphis jockej club Trick shck nitc-4 wtnt dm nail along the line and but kiea ior tlu tune oairied off nioncj 1-ir t j ii t txvi pit's lulf a nuk 1 mxin it, I B ack Knight third Set on 1 rare seven fnrlonps Mary H won Cirlt >n sei ontl Rouino Ami" third lime 1 71 Thud r ire one "nil one eighth I idv Kb urn won Mary K seeond, I1 airy Queen thud rune 2. 07H tonrth raec one and one sixteenth miles. II >n Hjpoerite seeond, truest race third Tiiae 1 tilth race one mile. Mountain won, M Carrie Burke third Time At Syracuse 3, Brooklyn 2 At Rochester 8, Athletic 11. At i O Tole4io 8, CoUunbQB 14. AC Baltimore 7, Richmond 8. i i tht 11 it i it n K itlicie 1 Ii ro t f il tit I ut r tlte -.net in 1 i n if rt xxliu Ii t th  ret zed the f 111 thit 1 bt fort In last s t kntss his imml had turned C i rums et tioii lit tied in >uti iintltr tlia nif utnte i f tlie go-Miel eoming Ir in i, i i ms anitstrj nf prexv np xv th r t lor itli_imi xxhicli in his ittend f i n i huri h in his con M in rx iin i f tho 'sibl itb in hdel itx to Ins d ntstn tips in his intereKt in aiK Iiris ti 111 t Ii intio< men tlitler troin him m opinion1- alt rt  his fuml> I knoxv that dod Ii is n me influence aiat ng my fellow i i n and as l now a {irosfiect of reeovery I xxant hem tfi rth to the influence oi 11> ex a njile on tho side of Christianity, wis a tout h IiV f< LI c xxhen more than three months BIIICC he i i rofesai jn   tizcd j urtook b ent vf tlie Lord s Thoueh prostrated on his couch withtliatstrong xxi11 xxhn U exer hariLtcrized 'us .ictioiib he made the last t flort i f hi-t 1 fe to rise f his eour h to reteive tht biptisma.1 rite JIc dexotedlj of ol the body and blood the Savior The little tompanv of his family and friends there iPSemhltd heard that voice which bad often rune through Kgiilatixe halls in accents of the ittful loxe of 'savior who hail brought saHation to his soul Tliat strong, resolute man boxxed T? ineeklx is a little t take the ot t Zirlet and he whom men delighted to honor confessed 1 nnself to be a sinner saved by jrrat c Trulv in his case the proniine xvas ful IMlfd 1 ke mj and Icam of me antlje shall nud for x our rtoul In that hoir a (Treat load ptx Jiued olT J is nUtitl He through xvptks of Beiere-tliodily pain He fought nobly e mr JSH hopefully battle with disease j t lie fin snffennR with beautiful Chnntiin f net tlie i roniises of t.nd s word frequent inedititiou t n the of Christ praters offered at his lied <1" hH greatest comfort for i few days his death He was not able to rouse liiitisclf owing to the nature of the dts ease ljut at the last his mind reasserted, nit foru on i batli jufit PS morning just in the in a neighboring ehurch were its worahipiiers the summons came to him to worship in the neaxenly temple to enter the Saiihitii of eternal rest It fimndnim ttl prejiAred, soul was wa-hed in thit Hood-which, sin aad sanctified A Inch can ht for an abundant most silt iitlj uiiprossi-vt rxiiits 111 city fir nam -x Tuesu vf-xs -in ao- soiue of vll oufcu dtnioiiiti but 1 1< UK K, tlu f u-pSwf the thous.n U ho had Dithered s use ol the last s id utes 1 n ilioxxeJ thit fif u 1 had suffere I a sexere nheck 'Ihoft n i il ti nu fioiu ui0ton   uieliibcrsof loci! political sernl 13 With whuh Air Randall hail been uleiitl ed Hi some xxay Tho irrange incut el as it a x i L Jut i 1 1 le it pu-. ihle 101 an immense iui ubei f i oj o to ,_ un a x u v, of tlie tra. n ind tin of hiiiuinity pro s  ax uleil of f ItUX AT TMF tlie fi neril trim puiJel up at tl e HI tlure awaiting it, drixx u up ui iin It a.rv s Urge  to Ihee leudeied ith bt autiful efTect, made still mt 3e intense as 11 ab >ut th. e stood with un cox ercd unl 1) )V t d he ids Tills. (.HAVE V-. tho list stnins died Truir peter Kern, of Mi tOe I'ost No I, stepped up to tl c ho id of the ix e ind, ami 1st in almost abso- lute s] sonndo I "tap-. xxhieh pro IIOIUK td it inilittty IiiRiit to our com- iado, >ud tlie tioial laden casket teiidcili ill Hit pnxc Tl o absence of any public demonstration ami tho immense gathering of poople of ill walks f hff marks Mr Kaiidatl'b funcnl as 01 o of the notaVo tmei, in Phil idol a history t tags on all public intf n any pnx ite buildings were placed at halt mast, b It tlm was the only ont- ward sifji ot sorrow it appearing as though ex t rj IM dy was content to express their gntf 111 silonee cleanteth from by chil entrance into tn Therp was one there by that bedside tu whom he was joined m the ten derest ties of loie wife who had been the strength and comfort of all his manhood life, children, xrbo so tenderly loved him, who so re vexed tie name, who had unremittingly labored to bia pains of body and to comfort hift soul Ho loved them, oh, how tenderly, for that household was hallowed by the purest and teadecBBt of affection, with the ttoBaotatian of t knowing that the pearly gates of p TUB ITOPS F AKTt-NED. M'GEEGOE IS FEEE. THE JURY IX A. YEBDICT Of "AOT OVH.IT." A REMARKABLE SCENE IN COURT. KcGregor from the urthouse to His Home, Where Htft family 1 n AUQLSTA, Ga April 17 Char'es E McGregor la a free n.aii Tins monimg at 0 o'clock, to the surprise of everybody the jury suddenly agreed, and returned a crthct of not Tho prisoner iiiti all his friends had lost hope Jaud a mistril was certain There not more than a dozen persona present 111 tho courtroom this morn.i g xx lien Jui ge LunijiK entered and took h s on tlje bench E 1' DIMS was the oi 1> repre sentitixe of tl e on hiii'i, and neither Major McGregor nor his eounsel ere in the rcom rim jndge ha 1 decide 1 to end the thing, aud turn tlie jurj loo o Calling the court to order, lie I 'Mr bhenff, ask the jury if they reicl.ed a ct or ate hkelj to There a geimme sensation xvheii Sheriff bhir'ej returned to the courtroom anil said Mi Hall rji'iei sajs, maj it please your honor, that if he is allowed to make a state- ment to the he thinks tl cy may agree ou a 1 K? JLTY AGREE A murmur of surprise 13 heard among those present, and exorj man exchanged sig- nificant es with hio neighbors It had beeji c'tuned all alon? that Mr Baker TPO.S tho o'ost nate and licre waa a ecu firmation of the hat xxould be the nature of his state- ment the next question "Ijet tho counsel in the ease he called, and the pn onei brougnt to the courtroom, Mr Sheriff Thecnementto the fiont of the court- house mil c ihed loudly the n mies of the law- jers 111 tlio ci e Thii xxa-, heard by both on the puhhc tare, and xv-w not cothat some IIGM dcxelopuient wis at ha ml In a moil nt i score or txxo of men occ ipied seits i i the courtroDiu The fact that, xxhcn least ted i M lict of not guilty was at liand could hardly he as true There was a kiuck at the door of the jury room, ind nlien it xx as openeif ll e twelxc iiien xxho hid hold tho life of, tl eir fellow esti-cen in their haii Is for tlie pa.st week, filed into the courlioom There i of ieJ ef on the faces of some others onl> showed signs of or while Mr Hall liukcr, o.i xxhoni all ojcs xxore turned bhoxxetl of v jf A ul xi is ex ideutlj gre itl> w lie sud 1 e had done he considered it is ilatj to di but Major Mefut gor a looka ovtipoxxeiel his icason at last, aud he had Binned a x eniit TUP VKiimrT The xeidict xxas handed to Mr Cason, read e tho jurj, find the defen laut not The ortlerod no demonstrntioji of any kind, uid the we with abso- lute I'enee Tho pnsoncr received the x er- u tt with composure and maintained his re- sclf-posbessiei) even xvhen his f ric ids broke- down and choked up completely in ruiijcritu' him on his fiuil from t o loiij, trial and suspense 11n ie xx eie no members of Mr s f umiy in the ct un.ioont ami tiie j o-sit x e i t f tiio )U ''..e i en ted anj den tmstrj t u on tl e irt of his rr Amo others vlin "-hook 1 i uli iv ih t1 puscmer and cuji pntu ate I i nil OH tho h ij pv result of the In i! I unij k i lie said I h to do mj dnt> ol'1 f How uid I gix e the i tl o just as I should haxe liad to do if it had been my i w i n r er 1 m L. id d d it i  'eGregnr for I want 1 to be ii. mittci the fully before tl o )urv ooon after the emir 11jotirne 1 thetl rf r i brought i bt autiful baski t of ers !o lh( jniVt- f( r Mrs Ijiimpjun mil lie 0 ill i tl> klvse 1 tho 1 tt r ni leii 111 ac the tt> ro nphi iciit XX IvS 1IUKF 'NF I fixing the cm nhousc Me G r eg or xxilUcd iloi to his hcMiit 11" I he dm not cire to IMI leroinpuned by anxb >d% bt i nise, xx m c not courting a i, Ir( nble in 1 not ippre htn nix be i free of t  fnends called at tlie happy home to ite Major and scores of elegriuis xvere received froiu all parts of the state _______ SHOT HIOM A Ml'. US II. friendly, and A daj or two -nnce tho members oi the three fraternities under the ban of tho faculty's displeasure, drew up a petition to the faculty asking them to e the rcstr.ctiowa on them Tho facultj considered their t'Oii regular meeting, and returned favor- able answer, saying that it afforded them pleasure, to re nutate tho men, no that tbey could hold fratenutj meetings This ac- tion of the faculty meets with universal ap- WAS TAKEN IN Inatead of Keinge a Candidate tho MOJI An Officer. KASHVILI.F, Teun I IT {special Deiutv United St4tes Margin1 T B l.alloii retun.cd this ntoruing from j trip tlmmgU Sumner and counties Hi midt two arrests The n oat impor'int i lia ii HodijjM.a one specimen of tl aixia brotl er and partner of w 1m uat arrta'o two w lule i his still in b-umner limn HoJges naa tt in i fiel 1 when Mi BaMnn nalXed up iiitroiUiccd luinscli In I shook hands. II Ml-jos haJ ide itl> Wen ipprovche 1 b> the candiO ites for ith a know inj; smi e he jn- quireU hat runnin fur Mr Ballon replic tliat lie intended fur president some but tint bis nt bu mesa was for iiUHiiibhiners He tliereupon took HodKCa "i cb irjje and he w as boun 1 or the coming term court lie is an old of- fender Thft htlU Breaks Expected. Times-Demo- crat s Bajou baia speciil sajs Threatening clouds ind showers of rain lias given us a look ill along the ln.e, and the out look is critical The river continues rise and the combined efforts of the United Slater state and authorities, with the aid of our distressed citizens, seems made quafe to kepp the iei ees above the flood, and the conditions are tint the IOA ees most way at some points before many hours, uiile-a vre i tall The river at this point 13 now one mile aud feet wide THE BRITISH BUDGET. The Gladstonians Call it the DiMolntion Apnl 17 Mr Goschen, chancel- lor of the OTchequer, presented the budget m the house of commors todaj It show s tliat the exceeded the estimates bv 000 and that the receipts exceeded the esti- mates b> Mr Laboucherc said tliat Mr Goschen tried to please everybody and would satisfy nobodj Mr >olan said it was a model electioneering budget Mr Sexton said that gross injustice been done to Ireland and the Parnellitea would resist the government B propoaabi by means m their power Ihe forjial resolutions were adopted author- izing the proposed increase of duties The Glads tomans, discussing the budget in the lobby, called it the 'Missolation. A 8mA Moscow, April 17 A. sad tragedy, resulting from extreme poverty, was enacted in this city The widow of an army officer, in d want, became diacouxaged She and fire daughters locked theotselVes in a room and tamed on When lound, six Were dead from rooocatioo. KAIFKH "N C Apnl 18 was re  light The distance from tlie assassin to his -v ictim w as only feet Butler caMed for help, and sceiup he was not dead, the assassin began to re'oid his gun, hut heard the ap- proach of Mrs But er and some men who were at work near bj On seeing them he fled A person acquainted with the country can for miles there without tlie The assassin will surely be Ijnched if captured THE CKELKS COMF TtXiETUEB, A FKOIKSSIOX MIKDFREK. Ben tlry Co if esses to a Oreat t rimes All 17 Ben Llzj coloro 1, vho is to 1 e hung tomorrow for the numUrof J W Moultmi white, m year ago last lias confessed tliat In in- self ind anther iiegrom an Italian ped- lor near the city in Deeemtwr tlio solicitor has been unable to llnd ui> corr ting testimonj, he will not ask f  S. A TVomau 1'ul I ifo S f April 17 fi F B C asun awhitpman ou "Wat kind's farm six imJcs from IVi C was found bulging to j. t-i e limb two iiumli-ed 3 arils fiom Ins ho noon Sunday morn- ing last He wis q iito 1 1 wl n disi amt n efforts >-e nil t n a ist him The suiio mln nil in tin 1 T. r t jr caM1 of stuc dc is lie h pi w :m J tit ojf mpe and tartfullv 115 tut in hn climbed the tici iml tto t oin n 1 to i stout liuib o'f H lei L wr if i inthes from tho ground "V tbu a found, on his i erson tha c t i t ir i of his risa ict is sun111 tl U he was afiii f i bp fi c JIH m t-> (f i nuuiltt r of clinics T e hi 1 MintU 1 thf n as tlie 1 of a w tniin in M 1, I jr Iticli lie was undei i to st in 1 hi ti il DlT AOAlNbT IANS For Ji T i- Tcnn nM7 iilj suil lor L-, h -d is d by Mrs Mary E S" i I A. llarrisc n in 1 J >ui 11 I I ml I J u ac- count of tJu nicnt ij illi   I i h m] I A nt MM Sla-vclen th it )i I in i xs KiJlr-J by i d( se f i b jf r n a 1 mm n 1 b> the (UfeudLUt in the s nt a n tlut her hii band at ro'u i 1 to IK j u 1 u i i t inline nee >f dii> AH In t h I s u i 1 1 to t disiait vi 1 Ibii tin mt I m wo-i a Iniiinstf n d despite is pr  a.u the ope rail on U1UUOP1IOKI in u 4 Ternble Deaf, liocl K Counlj .Jait AMFKU i s Ga April 17 [Spci George M right, ied a <1 1 ere tnd m ternb'e fi in h (Irojlul) i Symptoms of tlie el red ID I s't nfay. lie wciu i!  nth, barked like a dog an 1 "1 M 1 i ry i i( nro of a It require I the uintcil of a d< ron it en to tak hn i t i jail. he die 1 tli s m in n_ right -n 13 b It n by i do i inontb agtf but sjjowtd jio-Wtfjis f f ra! IP-, ujil 1 r.Iay, when he 1 t, kill th him. The co.se the tiw ci r kiio i u J i n j id eJt- cited considerabU itt( u i n The Alliance In arntll C Aj r 1 [Speria] he second nn t 12 of tl Count v Farmers aUi i K e w is he1 1 at I'u her- ood hurch an 1 tod 1% I And the Fraternitlen Are Permitted to Bloom Afaio. ATHENS, Ga Apnl 17 ia qutet in the camps of the Greets again, and tho three fraternities that fell beneath the dis- ing eye of the faculty last have been reinstated in the college Hence the heart of the average fra- ternity man has been made glad by this action of tlie farultv Last fall the Cbi Phi, S A E aud Cappa Alpha fraternities became involved in a quarrel, and several tights occurred, for which the meetings of these three clubs were suspended by the faculty As a pledge was submitted to each member to sign, whereby certain agreements were entered into between him and the faculty, the effect of which was to suspend the chapters of these three chapters. Mr Ted m. mem- ber of the Sigma Epstlon fraternity, would not sign this pledge, and ooaowjaAzitly expelled from college. The feeling among Greeks, of late, keen wood hurch an 1 tod 1% John K reside 1 A IIIIIJIIMT of fanners Ie i art1 itc H uijieutt made a big A numbfr of body tmn of fjtlory and cotto i weil oil in'll irroll has oxer ft rty alliance and most all the beit far in tlie count x. mombtn Found Lnder a Ga Apnl 17 Williams, colored bov nas I Uwlay, charged with placing upon Uie track of the Savannah Klon Ja and Western railwav, near Albany Ho x.xas found hiding under j, house The omcers are limiting for his supposed .icconiphce, a jellow bov uame4 Butler Clements Tlirec Men In Jail BlcirvNAV, Ga Apnl 17 [Spfcial tr al of George. Maicenus and Green charged with the of W yatt iHiams. which began Mondaj closed and were remanded to jail to await tha investigation of the grand jtuy He II Mettled Up. AMEEirrs, Ga Apnl 17 [Special Mr, Frank M< Donald, of the burrted bucket shop here has made a aatisfoetorx tet- tlement with part ea hold.njf him, and has been releaseJ custody A Carpenter Billed BIRMINGHAM Ala t April 17 Nat Hannon, a white carpenter from Komfl, Ga fell from a wiffold, a. Powde ly, today and was kihed He thirty years old and unmarried Tt LL Git 1 BRE VIT1ES. Tlie presitlent nominated th inc postmasters Smith Hic-iury W FertOJM. Ko-fcX Mount. T W Paris Bon J ngs yesterday all at for four per and for four and a importers, Sew Torfc, ta.-e made an assignment. Mr Franks pays tt ui out a fiUare as the firm has a good The notons coal miners at Ostran haw compelled a complete cessation of work in tba mines A strike of switchmen ts expected at The railroad officials refum to recognize brotoerhood, Then a difference of opinion between Uw bonae acoace repubUcxn caucus IFWSPA.PFJ   

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