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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FIGHTING CKISP. ras Jill THE SPEAKERSHIP IS INVOLVED .-..to 1" Appoint Crifp In "Wt iniwSE tho OpiH.sItloii to Him. WASHIXHON Vjnl one been ippomUd to siu t 1 Mr It and t'l the commit ,o MI ink" Jlitdtlij faults from stubborn hut iuu.t IXMIU; umde Ju'.i r uh f tin d not rats Mil I- IN 1 Iff W Uonpx t r 1 i i uii ir" list. 1 on account of tte fight U n. milt ml'> us andnuuiM uimiitM niu H c mtr "t 1 the 1Mb, Mi to bo the t r s, u M> ns to b  spiUr of the m xt h i oitunu t neiiuutly Mi'K s {in n 1 l iMu 11 itu upon Kt cd tor tho vacant 5 n t L r mumtti e o i rules 11 >V, KKF I> I Ft UIDS IT Kceil p. su M is n fiiM 1 to MI ltlt Mills r. th t (n ,i I'M n ut for the p1 ft IH i 1 iii h i 1J l meiit would with k' '1 -ill r ll Mi U, fruil-. tin i t r M Jim 1 "it is the t AH t ii int i_ r SI lt soon h d h in I IH 1 ut, n tun cd to the a iiu nt tli a t wuiii 1 Lr do fo o two M.jihtrn l.motn 11 tl t Lommittt c that as Mr ar 1-. i nthern n au, thcr must L i ii rthf IH r Ft IM [Ml >l I miKll PF The} 1'ivo nt f rw ml IMu in anil Spr 1 Inn in 1 will not haiehm mciULiiLj iro Hoi m HI AnjJi us t ii it !_ nsjt and st( p his mirtl cf t iogct t the i lor lup of tlio But this k TI I f ji i o is opi'Oftitiun it is not tel v, i1 li i LiMTM PPOI T dci TI> "o c  'ii tl o Tppn pn itioiii, wort t no lor ili f u t li-U a. j.-> already ll. L< tttt hug this i qht on the pi i (.ic i i not ui nlo a smsjle ef ri t (jot tho it is believed be will be F ma 1 s t n tbo committee on aiic I i_ i xt spi, mf r f i It UHH n tl hcuise T h t< U 1 r tht tut i n i i u r i on t'n, in. D i mil net 1 oki f Oi i- i x t i 1 i i-, in illu-iti i 11 f h 11 i. in 1 u I mi thofim i t i a[ r i  T. n nn t o t ii a i t 1 i i 11 t i >f MKh I t i i Mi l n II A.I.D- !N THI- S I I H I- I K VI Ol-I H f. 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April 2 liy direction of tTrv Bl MHO, the follow li vs been to tbo loiuiinttoes in tlie sou'h th it b-'d prepared to entert.im the dole j; Jtrs tu tlio intLni itional Amcriuaii COJIILI Cllt Q I he >f i-tatc <1 '-ires to express lii" re tho mmthom ext ursion ot thi, inter nitioni] tonfertme li 1 1 to be ah an d I ut tJitre wtm pe thitvou Jippreclate tho circumstances and n -ivjns In whn h lit is tl lie OS h c been recci> od from SIijoi J 1> ISnaiiaiuiS 1 upper, of Charleston, S t C If GootUoir, of icK, Gi and Ktibtrt lilciklej, set retar> of the Nt w Oilcans I a nbpr of Coinmerre, expiesinig regret at the fnhiretf tho cxcursi iii ami approciation of the cut umstinces umipellod the abau THK P X.STOK IIcv "W A. Harrison Two of His I-lders KNOVMIIF 1 enn April 2 Rev W A. Pfantson foi pastor of tho Third ri tn chnr< h in this city, has just In en sim] i ndi d from the m nistry ml jvxsturite n 11'ions cd 1'wo of elders tro ilso s is] ondt 1 1 his ution on the pirt of tlie isrtuscd bj tlio rt-fusal of tho t< r itt tin flilt T3 to submit to the mthoritj of tin t  for some jeii-> past, hut to art in lepc nd< nt y of it I) c chinch is ono of tho 'ml nriipst 111 tJjo nthoin iiSLiabiy id nueh txcitt. nent exit's cr the tase A at tbe White House. W April 2 t w is laid on tne tlooi tho i ist loom th s afternoon, and t pril h indred of tho elo menL of Wislnnirtf 11 or cU danced foi three luurs or more m tho h< use The i rations v ere in tho n ime of. Airs Me Kce, tlie piesidciil b d and t) e no eptinees MTV jsenci il The east room ts liindsoinely de< t rated for tlie with plintn and ut flowers btuni; jjieces of tho mil me band turni bed music llie eatne flo< i of the A-luto house w is 11 open and in mj of tho Kviests, not ciriiip to diuce sp< nt tht time in piameiiidmg, ind 111 mt collation in tbo diuing room Southern Immigiatlon Knrctu. tn. lilts tiitcrit [iu imrvitii aim od hero today, and in a organized tne rirst branch in Florida for per- fecting the A great southern uUci- T'wo Boys Dro'wncd. R N C, April At Henry Conner, fourt-een irs of was sent bj his across tho NCAT.SC rner He Mas by id Tooker and Horace aged rcspcctuelj, fourteen and thirteen yeirs he invited them to go with him 1h  wero drowned Conner clung to the boat, hich drifted to shore He was rescued and taken back to town, 111 in almost exhausted and insensible condition xplosion at Powotei Mllla. April JJ Tlio null of tno V ii th 011 j Powder company, at Negaunee, caught hre last evening and blew up shortly after nine o'clock, shocking the who'o of Mar- rpiette countj TwcTity minutes later there v. i another explosion of powder thrown out bv the first Tlie bhock mtluscitv, eleien m lea distant, as severe, while m Isegaunee stm e fronts were blown in !No one was killed The mght -natclmiait usually on duty at the mill w.is let go two ago Tho loss can- not be estimated, hut it will bo heavy They Care Bond for the K, April 23 The Iirnaii line peo- ple appeared before Collector Erhardt tlua morning and an bond for the hteamsliip "City of which was threat- ened with seizure for unloading her cargo without a permit and the vessel sailed this af- ternoon The goods will be released to the merchants The Iiiman people express deep regret over the affair, and say it wasoocuioxtta by a thirty nali hour delay at Liverpool. TO BE V AS TUE J Hit. DEBATE IN THE HOUSE YESTERDAY. Kcllj, of Kansas, tho Bloody Shirt, but tlm JlcinocratK TUat AoSfi-tioiis Are Falsehoods. WASHINOTON, Apnl in tho house was giieu up to the bloody slurt ami ruled, and the s< t-3ic A as one of coulinned excitement It w us iiittrestiiig in the extreme Kelly, of the floor He attempted HilK ChnndUr in bloodvshirtism Hestarted tint wit'i tbe that the democratic jaitv m tho south was a hand of ballot box   .iml tin) tioal innrderets, and then at- truipti il to piot e it He first cited the case of tin injiioW r Kinley, in Abbeville, fc> C, md u id .i statement purporting to be from li m to tbc efftct that lie bad been Iieateii wit" c 1 stu ks by a ci of men lod bj Hep iLsont itivt, Cothiiii's son, simplj because be was HI appliemt for tho postofhce at that p) n e His was bioken and he narrowly uith }nv hfe pon being cliwolj questioned b> Mr iLiiinsMtL, Ktllj .uknowledgod that be wrote the IctU-r himself, b it that Finiey had made the statcmuits contained therein Tins created at aniuscjiient ColbiJ.il proved this to be false, and show cd tho w as not beaten, but w as chased b> a croud for making a groundless charge against a h ghly respectable iiulj of and that, while running away from tho crowd of fell into a railroad cut, and broke his leg He wu> not touched by one of the trow d, hut thej found he had broken his they cared fur him, and paid bis doc- tor s bills ihon i Marked Mississippi, and then Arkansas in the same strain and read innu- merable newspaper oxtracta KKLl Y SHOWN UP Mr Rotors, of Aikansas, came back at him and sbowtd him up as erj much of a political scoundrel a rink p irtisan and wholesale liar He slnmcd when republicans had de- nounced In m for his ntteraiKCS in tort Smith, Ark on last Momrnal dav, in which he at' tacked tbo people of tbe soxtih just as he did todaj Mr Holers cited outrages and murders m Kansas almost without end, where the guilty jnitus had never been punished His doniiimition of Kolly were simply fearful, but crything lie said was (rue, and KoIJy hid to grin and silentlj ac knowledge hinnelf tho all around blackguard th it he w is prot en to be Other demon its tlien scored him some hoa.vj blows 1 hiring Mr Ttogora's speech he h id referred to tho stealing of Judge Cate's soat for tho purpose of bunging in Feather- ston, who had no shadow of right to it JT iTHFKSTOV'S Feathers ton was pushed to the front bv the r  .E W B. Otlior In the TON, April Harmer, of presented a memorial ot the Vmuficturcrs'thtb of Philadelphia, "repre- senting millions of canital American industius, and many thousands of workmen, eaining American wages, in of prompt aotum n tan ft legislation which shall chook the importation of articles pre- dated b> OIT own people Keferred Tho hou-tc tucn went into committee of tho w h Mr 1'ajsoii, of Illinois, in the chair, on tbo logisl nppiomiation bill, the pending question beu g on tbo motion of Mr Dnnnell, of Minne oti to strike out the clause pro- ch rkt for senators The motion to btnJte out was to 87 Pen ling further discussion, described by Mr But tor worth as plajful, the committee rose, and the house sit >i3 atljouriieJ. THE COM fe.Hft.KATE RELIQUARY. Tlie Mansion to He Set Aside Hallowed Building- KK HMONn, a April 2J con i mitres of the city council, to w bom w cro re f( i red the petition of the Ladies' Hollj w ood MPIUOI i asking the use of the Jeff is mansion for a museum for eoiifedento relics, had a meeting tins after- noon The 1 wlu H w ere present, and Mi Joseph Bryan acted as their spokesman Representa- tives from tlie different veteran organizations and the chamber of commerce indorsed the move Tho committee unanimously adopted a resolution directing tlie city engineer, tho city attorney and the se> eral com- mittees to look out for a site for a new school house, to take the place of this ouo to ascert uii w hat a building will coat, and prcj are an ordinance the ladies the use of the mansion During the dis- cussion, it was stated that one room in the building will probably be dedicated to each confederate ctate to be vised for the preserva- tion of their relics It was also intimated that an etToit w ill be made to the remains of Mr Dav 11 brought to Richmond, and buried in the old mansion New Enterprises In Rome. CHATT VNOOC.A, Apnl 23 strong company was organized here tonight to develop e city and suburban property in Rome Georgia The stockholders include men of national reputation, and almost every state in the union is represented Enterprises alrtid} negotiated for ire entirely new in the south, including among others, a large furnace for smelting manganese, and a plant for manu- facturing new dynamos and electrical appa- ratus. __ An OM Couple Married A a April 2? haps tho most eldeilv couple married in Virginia plighted their troth yesterdaj at Mil- wood, in Amelia The groom "was Dr P N Hudson, fonneri> a dentist of this city, who has reached the venerable age of seventy- and tbe bride is Mrs Jane R. ElaT, aged She was the of the late William T Blair and the youngest daugh- ter of the late Nicholas Mi ils The OWcem Elected. WACOS, Ga Apnl 23 the meeting of the Georgia Sawmill association yesterday afternoon, the following officers were elected. I> C. Bacon, Savannah, presi- dent W. B. Sullwell, A. B Steele and S. B. Weston, Tice-preadents, C. J. Haden, of At- lanta, secretary, The convention will again, on the 24th of at FROM THE Serersl Neir in the add Water Overflowing the Lands. KKW ORLEANS, Apnl 23 State's Bayou Sara special says Another break occurred last night in Pomte Connee levee, and the entire Pointe Conpeo front will be submerged "Water is pouring through the asses at Morganza and vicinity, and will the greater pottuM of the country between tlie Atch- apalaya and Mississippi rivers, and extending from the old river above to Bayou below, embrac.ng about TOO square miles of territory No news yet received from the interior of Pointe Coupee parish, but relief boats are taking care of all those who have reached the ees As the critical condition of the levees has been known for some weeks, the hope is entertained that all have, in a measure, prepared for tbe worse, and that no loss of life w ill result from the creeks along the front. THK KM) BLfcW OUT. Fatal Boiler Explosion at Newcastle Men Killed. PrrTsmjRG, Apnl 2! special from New- castle savs An explosion occurred at Etna mills this morning, three men being killed, six badly injured Two will probiblv die At h o'cloi k, while all the men were working, tho flue end of abig boiler collapsed with a deaf- ening roar, and 111 a moment the place was drenched with scorching steam Full half an horn was lost before the injured men could be rescued, and the last dead body recovered Those instantly killed were George Klingen- araifch, awl John Welsh Johnnj Murphy could not be found for some time His body was finally discovered in the fly-wheel pit, where it Had been hurled and ground to a pulp The injured were liarney Regan, tembl> scalded Hi MiifTnocker, badly hurt by Hying debris and scalded, Joseph Kounds, arm OroKeu and bruised, Johnny Meyers, burned No cause has yet been given for the break of the boiler ESTKKDAT'S FIltES. A X.STfpe Blotk of In Rochester Blazett. UOCHKSTKR, N Y, April John G Wagner's hvo-story block, 7 t to 7't South Paul this morning Loss on the build- ing, 000 Co shoe manufac- turers, oceummg a part of the building, lose on stock and machinery, 000 insurance, Laiigslow, 1 ow ler Co, leather, plush and carpet manufacturers, lose two-thuds insured JACKSON, Miis April destrojed tho entire business portion of Greenwood, Miss last night The hre is said to have been caused bj a negro cook throwing ashes on a pile of stiaw Thirty three houses were destroyed, and two lues are said to been lost. The victims are given as John Dorch and an unknown man AN OLD GANU SPOTTED The Arrest of Some Noted Criminals in Alabama. BIRMIISOHAM, Ala Apnl 23 J N Sigsby and hts son, Will Sigsbv, were arrested in Walker county jesterday on a charge of making and passing counterfeit money The arrest proves to be a more im- Sortant one than was at first supposed The igsbjs, it was learned today, are the last of the once famous Joe Beuneneld band of coun- terfeiters and outlaws, who operated in Geor- gia, Tennessee and Alabama This band made and passed thousands of dollars of coun terfeit money, and killed six detectives who attempted to capture them at different times Joo Bennefield is now serving a long in prison, and several members of the old gang are dead The Sigsbjs were the last of the uand lett Some time ago Deputy United States Marshal Bjers located bigsby, and, representing himself as a fugitive from justice, obtained board at the old man's house in the mountains He gained the confidence of the old outlaw and was soon to join in the work of miking counterfeit dollars Sigsbj also asked the officer to join in blowing up a house with djn.amite for the purpose of rob- bery The mould used bj tho which were the same used by Itennefield, were cap- tured, together with bcvtrai hundred: dollars of bjmxious com A SACK OF SCALPS. How County Coiniiiisntouers Raised Their KAN s C A pn 1 J Stai L lysises, Kv special Investigation into the ottu isl acts of tho commihsioners of this county had proceeded yesterday far enough to warrant their arrest and the arrest of others implicated m tho county swindle Todijy arrests were made of County Clerk George W Earp and County Commissioners D C bulb- van C L Green and V M Lenhart, and J O Harbor, O A Hob uson and George Dough- erty Tlie clerk and commissioners are charged with the illegal issue of county scrip given a.-> a bonnrj to the latter four persons mentioned Tho bouiitj was on scalps of wolves, and the alleged illegal issue of scrip amounted in all to In tho complaiuts hied -sgainst tbe accused it is alleged that one of the conspira- tors would present a sack of scalps to the county commissioners, who would authorize the issuance of scrip in payment of the bounty The sack would be placed where another member of the party could comementlj steal it, would in turn present it again to the com- missioners In this way one sack was pre- sented over and over again until bountj had b( en paid to the amount of on a quarter of a million of scalps A Railway Mail Clerk Arrested. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn Apnl Harry M Henderson, railway mail clerk be- tween (liattanooga and Memphis, on the Memphis and Charleston railroad, waa arrest- ed this morning Chief Inspector A G Sharp, of the postal service, receded a telegram this morning, sajmg he had been arrested in Mem- phis on a charge of stealing ordinary letters It 13 not known how many letters he has taken The arrest was made by Inspectors Wild ind Hooten The trial will take place in Memphis Mr Henderson was between twentj e and thirty years of age, and has alw ays borno the best of reputations He has been in the railwav mail service since 1SS7 He is a resident of "Chattanooga, and is well known here where he has relatives living Mexicans Fighting Indians. CITY ot MEXICO, VIA GALVESTON, Apnl Yesterday, forces, under General Her- nandez, attacked the Yaqui Indians Los Canons de Jubsiba and and after hours of fighting routed them The Mexican forces lost one officer and two soldiers, andfhe soldiers were wounded. BASE BALI, At 5 Brooklyn 2 At Mlegheny JO Cleveland 12. At Chicago 1 At New 8, Philadelphia 1 At Wilmington, Del ihmngton 8, Jersey At York I, Philadelphia 3. At Boston IO Brooklyn 7 At T, Hartford 8 At 2, j At 11, Syracuse 10. At 9. Cbicajro G At ll, Haven 5. The St. game, St Louis, post- poned on account of rain Tbe Memphis Races. MEWPnra, April 23 and last day of the spring meeting of the new Merontua Jockey club weather misty anrt track hearj iirst race, half a mile, Ben Starch won, Unitb- gow second. Black Knight third. Time 64 Second rare, three-fourths of a mile. Slary K won. Mountain second, Venango third. Time 121W Third race, one and three sixteenth miles. Hyp- ocrite won, Elyton. second. Time 2 Fourth race, seven Armstrong' won, Hanfee aecood, Bettina third. Tine 1.35. Fifth racft, one atife, Mamie Fonao won, Carfton second. Jack Cocks tbinL Rtic f THE BUILDEBS' STEIKE. CBICAGO CjlSFXKTKSS A.XD COK- TSJ.CTOXX STIZ.L APJMT. IT IS CAUSING RENTS TO ADVANCE. Uminff in of Ftfrndlng TTJtfa tbo Workmen -to Cmne to CHICAGO, April 23 the headquarters of the carpenters today, it was said tlie strike bids fair to last a couple of months Its dura- tion, the taiuk, will depend ou the time necessary for the uew boss carpenters' association to grow strong enough to employ seven-eighths of the strikers The new organization secured some additions todaj, and now claims to be able to work to over men The pressuie on the sinking earpenters by property owners whose buildings are unfinished, and who are suffering loss bv delay, may result m some arrangement by 'which the carpenters' council will undertake to do the work It is that the strike has already resulted in an increase of rents in the business districts The maiimjoth ofhce bniltJings which were to have beeu completed by June 1st, are now in an indefinite state as to the date of occupamy Meanwhile, the business men expected to occupy stores or othces in the new structures, find theinfeehes obliged to remain m their old quarters, and in many instances at a much larger rent The same condition applies to big apartment houses and their tenants President Gompers, of tho Federa tion of Labor, left for Detroit this morning Ho will deliver an address there tonight TMR BRICK MAKKR9 Tho situation among the sinkers in fifty-odd brickyards, on the north side practically re- mains unchanged. lu jarda the bosses agreed to comply with the demands of the men, and work was resumed this morning The trouble appears to be centered on the amount of brick which the bosses require to be made in a day The men demand that bricks, instead of is formerly, be recog- nized aa a day s work, and they further ask an increase of hfty cents per day in wages The men out are hand brick makers, in distinction from machine brick makers, are paid on a different basis THE NEW YORK CARPFNTFRS April union, No 7, of this city appoints a committee to wait upon the heads of the difTeicnt citj de- and ask the same pay for citj bnek- ayers asoutstde men recede The committee cal led upon the park commission at their meeting today and made a demand for a eight hour rate for workmen, and pay for inspectors Their written demand was hied At an informal conference, after the regular meeting, the delegation said to the park board th it they asked union rates as their right They numbered Amenc-m i and proposed to enforce their rights at Ihe ballot box at the next election WITH A WILL Heirs Who Do Not Wont the Poor to Share With Them. KA.SHVII-LK, Tenn April decree in the case of E A Gill, vs A li Gill, entered in the chancery court todaj, sets aside certain provisions in the will of the late Wil- liam H Gill, of Texas The large propertj of the deceased was located in Texas and David- son county, Tenn Mr Gill left his property bj will to his wife and children, but provided that EH case Che children should die without heirs, the property should be left in trust to Bishop McTjeire, and the Catholic bishops of Xashville, lor the benefit ot the poor ot Nash- ville and Davidson county This clause of the will was contested, and in his decision today. Chancellor AUirfoii held that it was null and under the laws of Texas and Tennessee, and that it was a cloud upon the title of com- plainants and defendants AFFAIKS iy ISHAZI1-. General Determined to Maintain I'eace Rio PK JAVFIRO, March 20 Deodoro di Fonseca, head of the provisional government BJ.JS he is determined to deln tr up the eminent to the legislative congress junt as soon as possible, and that internal peace and order shall be maintained, let it coht hit it may From some words that the genenl and his ministers let drop, it would worn that thev are convinced of tlie necessity of rein n- ing the capitil from the metropolis, or the principal commercial just as soon as possible The provisional gn% eminent 1 declared that they do not consider it a proper opportunity, nor for any clianje in legislation now in force regarding rtgibtra tion or the electee franchise of women The Jorn.il Commercio (monirchtst and opposition) came out m a leader on Mirch 25th against the proposed pUbisritum or voting of tht new constitution to ho projmied bv the proMsional government to the people direct THE FKKNCII WKKE DEFEATED In Tlivir Fight With the -NatHea in Africa PARIS, April dispatches ronfirm the report of a French reverse in One white was killed and twenty name allies were wounded Adv ices from Ligos state that the French garrison at Porte hav- ing been warned that the Dahoxniaiis were ad- vancing upon the place, sallied out to meet tlie enemy The Dahonnan army was met march- ing to attark Porte NOVO, and a bittle, which lasted two hours, took place Fue hundred of the Dahommni were killed and hft> Frenchmen were wounded The advices make no mention of any French soldiers being killed President Carnot to His People-. PARIS April 23 tram on w hi 'FW YOKK, April 23 ntures advanced smartly in the morning hour It is the unexpected that happens The bears had another illustration of the wisdom of the notice in the machine shop, "Don t monkey with the buzz caw while it is in motion and Liverpool took an upward turn together, and the rash youths who sold cotton here yesterda> were set climtrnj' for it at a ret k leaa pace Just before tlie laut call the Imlge come to an end, and moderate selling to realize caused a loss of part of the earl} advance But there no more "selling- at least not much Dia- tant months attracted more attention. Weather reports from the south were fairly favorali'e most conspicuous feature was the fail of needed rains in Texas, from where complaints of drouth have been coming Cotton on spot was fairly aettre for home consumption at fair prices Wattenon in CHATTANOOGA, Tenn Apnl Hon Henry Watterson and Mr Albert Koberts, his partner in tbe publication ot the Chattanoga Rebel in 1S63, were shown tbe sights of the city today At 9 30 they were taken for a drive, returning to dinner at the Southern hotel at S o'clock They Tinted Lookout mountain, as- cending on the incline and returning on the broad gauge railroad From 7 30 to 30 a re- ception was giren them by the Jackxon Demo- cratic club, and from to 9 they were terfcuned at lunch by tbe Cabinet club. Mr. anon baa not been here before since hu exodua with bis paper, tbe Bebel, before 11 am n i4 nnimi iiiii' army In tbe BECAME A How a Prominent Baltiioare Hebrew Won a Bride. From the Baltimore Knqnirer. B April 1G A marnage in which an orthodox Israelite and a ladv vho wis A strict Methodist were the contracting parties. has just been announced and caused 110 end of talk in the Hebrew ctrc'es The groom uj Emanuel Stnuss, a ot Leser Strauss, of the wholesale goodi tirm of Strauss Bros of Hopkins PUre ind the wealtlnesc Israehtes in Baltimore bnde was Miss Tilbe Williams a saleslady in one of the retail stores of Strauss bras on Baltimore street, and of which Eminuel had fUorge Williams, w lio is a look- ing blonde about 28 of age, was DIVORt RD FROM HKR FIRST HI SB AND, whose name was King and for been employed by Strauss Bros oung Kmautiel is abont >eirs ohl quite impressionable It was iiotued by oth- ers in the establishment that he to the pretty saleswoman, but his rig- orous ad'iereiice to the f-uih of Ins fathers pre- cluded the idea of marriage Just the he was making loie atl the time and the ob- ject of his aftectiou apparently reciprocated in kind C.reat, j.s w a-s h s dcs re to make tht; ladj his wife, a marriage was oul the question, unless she changed her faith and embraced Judaism To this Miss 'Uilhanu fijialJj consented, were afi once perfected to URINQ HFK INTO TH F KOI D To make aasurajire tlonbl> sure Emanua wrote a letter to the chief rabbi of asking Ins ad% ice in the mitttr that dig- nitarj the de lied information All this time the parents of Ihe voting Strauss were unaware of their son s intentions. The latter feared intervention, and so he con- cluded to keep them in ignorance until aftet the marnage To become a Jewess, however is not so easy. A proseljte is not received until she his thor- oughly convinced the by whom she ta taught that the change of faith is sincere Foe six months the joung woman recen ed instruc- tions from Israel Schulman.a well known He- brew teacher, and when he satis led that she was lently informed she made appli- cation for admission to the fo'd TO JKWISH L she was twice refuseii but the third time a House of Judgment' wis at the> teacher s house after she hid malt- i toiifes- of the reed she H IN ac< epH The cereinonv of pacing the bath was then proceded willi after whuli the lady vsi conducted to the w here the groom, ided with the In ense.w asm wait- ing, iiid, 111 the of ten leiniod men of the Hebrew faith tl.e rouble were united bv Rev Simon I Fmkelbtmn of the Biker holini Sjnagogue Sir Strausa then took; his bride to the home of her sistei Mrs Mc- Cormick, and left her thLrt until he had pre- pared for their departure Mrs Mi( ormiek. like the Strauss family, knew nothing of tha marnage, uor were they made aware of fact until the following morning, when thtt couple started off on a bridal tour SO STRICT 18 THK (IH )OM that, in view of tlie f ict that it w ts Passover week, he provided himself with surhi t nt un- leavened bread to last until the end was reached They left for Chictgo without making the marriage Wno-vn to their friends; nor did it become public until The buy band s parents refused to be re< onci led and. are now mourning their son a-s di id StrauM aajd to e monev in }nn own right, and in case his father declines to tikt him, back, he will a huriiness on his own ac- count in one of the western towns A Oraphlc History of the Howard-Tnrner fare. From the Chicago Oiean. Wick-i Howard and Rob Turner had been dnnk- Inn moonshine -nhlttkv in a rj in village oflUrlan winch is the counts at ftlailan in the s tale ot Kentucky Turner be  vrar- Turner and Howard with j r km to II inurd ha fought against the rs In. not like them one of them him wheti ha was a ilso J< jn-tice act online to the custom of tht country thin W u Howard drops out of the n r of and W ils leader of th- alien to the faun i k-- h killed Turner the fourth Kooe't. on 7th, 18fU Tlu Ilowardx ihtted sheriff to arrf tli re of but in i am While ilH Howard was on hail for the killing of M ill Turrcr IIL sliot at   after tbp tion of the drunkard II >ward t-liot and killed James Mcknight MfKni-rht was a friend of the Turners h.ul Jin. Hjrlan pass an examination for .1 t hool tea< her. His cntne wajj tuat he with -oine the Turner trine The d W nlint and m ounded Chartea H rnrntr In- ran amuck Khoot- iliff at women and and iU-il of Clear Fork w jj r, i M   Turners Vfter that be Rhot and kilted George Turner Then he fled to Mis- souri M ill Jennings waft with W Ms Howard at thA killing of Baily, h an 1 tlie whole clan HwwArd witli its numerous ilhe-. in Harian county, in in arms to rawe the jury im paneled to try him, and to rescue him if t ed Three of the state of tucky have been cjlJed on to send uartB of tiieir f orcea to the Howard Six f the state troops hare shot bv the no Howard nan been shot by the state AJ1 this hi Kentucky in the vear of our drunk- n the vea The Comtnated. COLUMBIA, ft C Apnl 23 governor toda> commuted t-> life i nj nvm- meiit the death of Green Broi n a negro, convicted of the murder of Joint Hood, Sr father of sheriff of t heater a member of a prom men' familv in that county. It was shown tha.t tlic m._ro Hood to be a man naineil w ho had been pay- ing improper attention-! to Ins wife Mr Hood shot at night, v ilo near hoirse Tbe shenff Brown'ii oeittg ljuched, hat opposed a coiojnutatiou. Bond offerings j all acrcpted at 122 tor four per cents, and 105', for four balfs Henry I" Johnson verterdar com mated for congress by the republican contention of the sixth Indiana district. A dixnatch from Rome xsjt, the pope at tbe arcutusbopof Naples and the latter will soperaeded by the present nnneio at MUIIK h The Maryland committee appointed! to inquire into the matUrof m tlta office of ex-State Treasurer Arcber has plated tbe amount at Tbe nwintwra of the late Fan Awencan confer- ence, now in Washington, went to Monnt rmom yesterday on the I'nited --tAfca steamer as tbe of Secretary BUine Tbe pcatofllce at Washington, been informed of the of Henry M. postal clerk on t SPAPFRf   

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