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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. MONDAY MORNINa, MAY 12, PRICE FIVE CENTS. 0RQVER CLEVELAND TO THE FARMERS. He Endorses the Alliance Platform ofPimciples Because "IT SPRINGS FROM THE PEOPLE The Home-Owners Should Rule the Country. LOUDER THAN AN learfnl Explosion of a Engine BUBTVLO, N Y May 2 o'clock this afternoon, the Lehigh Valley engine, 2C1 George Pearl, engineer, and Henry J O Conner, fireinai with a string of twenty sei en cars ago J A MI I H H Oh o Mi> weeks r i n s in I nJI secret iry of rjrmei> alliance to to ex. President Oleve L v i f the ilt-ol iritioii of U into islvina tor Mr s tlicrt in VI Y11IN Or PI KTOSES tho ilecl iration of pur- mear this tit land end o' i Cleveland IHi. Dl- I VI The follow ire -osc and Mr (.It oHn I ieplv inured that vv, the Farmers 11 if 1 1 v ami tiithf 1 tU.3 of ,1-1 ic intuit should lorth onr t inunti us we th-reforo to "trivt to sicure tbo cstabli-lmicnt dju-ti tonir Uvts, ai 1 oiir j D f r the. fd. cat! "C the tilt. Jty to I...... t mitil Eoviimnent n n Tint t> end rso the unit} m all things nmtj of the elect ve fr an I t. ml "-O >otsr3 the mi -t adv in cd i ublic sentiment nl ,iv Iv the interests of 1 ibonrs t kvtl'ip a better state mbntallj jllv and tmanciallv to conit intlj irt. entire In im >n; selves to biilire-s por-o nartri i leji d motto In all ijuesl n-. 1 Slid tjriuer- moral v son strue t su ou t ii il, local sectional ar ill2 nulit-aUhful and ill e ti _e the -.uflXrmgs of brother ai re ur the vvid ws ind ed tire cbirit> Dwarl aister I k d tcatt tlie cii li.ii s t. lender t, n tnu. tlie words and purl their u ,-t IM> ,ralie Ivlit Lriilt h m-tv jmrpo.ni.1 protect 111 inn H f >f thi others and t Usance unto ikath LI-VFI VN1> S IlEFLY. Mr t k e o.nd b rt-plv vv I Vu t l 4 A II 11 received jour Kit. con 1.11 led I y col'y thc declaration pnncn is of the banners illiance lw.0 lOtbmR m this ueilanti. n tint Clim be ful v endowed bj anv tman who loves h com Irv who uelievca that tin. ob; ncnt should be the frecdo i pr. Et QUAY ON THE BUN. XBE 31EFT1XG OF IKE POSTPONED started JOT East Buffalo sev en cars The tram was moving slow lj and had crossed the Lake Shore tracks at Buffalo Creek junction, when the loconiottv e exploded THfc K 1.ETH TREMBLED, The roar was heard like a discharge battery of In ivj artillery The earth trembled as though vMth an and the air was filled with rtjiiic fragments of iron, steel brass and timber accompanied by a cloud ol mi ste iin and dust THI. mSAPFFARS Eu-ine had disappiarej and -ill that re mi lied of its hrtj tons of imchimry w is six MI, wheels ind thc forw-ud end of the dis ed teiidei The tracks were ripped from e ties and bent out of shape Tue ground torn up for some distance, and broken ;rnpli mil electric light vures danced m their i osts a Unnloil miss I IV KS SNLtFFD OLT Dosolltioii ind rum had been vv rou'lit .n tho inkling uf uicjc anutwolivis were sicil Ml like tbes uiftins; of a candle, for there, vv 13 trace of either eiifincer or flrumin W hat is a hum 11 body vv as soon tUinrf ;ii the air it in elev itioii of one hiindred ct and vvis obscivod to fall on Jake blu re inroad at least OOOfc.U west it where the exp'os on oc irred Thc bol> ot the other uiiioitmiato an i northc istcrlj course it i hirfh ele itiou and dropped into a cieek liv l bundle 1 et aw 13 1KU5VIENTS OK THE FNCISF the west vrvs the sh ittered Oil the i ther side 100 BECAUSE QUAY WAS AFRAID OF IT. Hie President Insists Upon His ffuH Con- Cession Before Absolution Can of Speculators. May 11 re- publican national committee will not meet to- morrow A meeting 1 aJ been called but "Boss" WHO WILL SUCCEED? TUJ2 COXIEST FOE BECK'S VA.CAST SEAL THE STRENGTH OF THE CANDIDATES. Campaign Promises to Assume a IPhase of National Discussed "by Knowing Ones. Qua} the chairman, jcstordaj telegraphed to all members that it had been postponed nl- delti 'ely The news of the postponement has created somewhat of i sensation here Quay t, ox 1 aiatoi hovvevei, fails to cover all the facts of tho situation THB PitFsmFNT S ACTION A few vv eexs ago the president asked Mr Qinj for a personal explanation of the recent newspipor chirgcs against him Quay declined to expla 11 to Harrison or to the couiitiy through tl e press He simply si a to Mi Harrison that his election as secro 111} of the state of Peiins} I v ama.and shell to the t, lilted htitcs senate, after he had been treai uror show oJ that the people of Peniisjlv-ma behoved in his innocence of the charges of bo- ing a defaulter lurther than this he had nothing to say Naturally the explanation vpi as not satisfac- tory to the president However, Harrison said nothing at the time, and it has been tho ex liectationot Quij's frierds for several dajs tint the president would not insist upon QuJ} s chairman of the national com ittee Indeed, they believed that rathci an precipitate an open fight, adinmibtntioii would yield Ky May 11 senatorial contest has gone forward briskly today Ex- Congressman McKenzie reached Frankfort lait night and tonight formally announced himself Aside from this there is little new as to the candidates or their strength on the bal- lot-n the democratic caucus Monday night It is clearly understood that no selection tun bo made till the caucus nominates C WILt LEAD All agree that Carlisle will lead off by a ma- lority and the lost of the votes be pretty evenly dwidod between Knott, JlcCreary, Buckner L -idsay and Beeves Ex-State Senator L T Moore, of Cattletsburf, and Ex Minister Boyd Winchester, of Louis- ville, will probably not be in the race at all They have not allowed the announcement of their names Mr Carlisle s fnends are aggressive, and want to push the con test to- a conclusion the hrst night Ihey har.il} hope their chief can bo stronger by a long fltrht On the other hand, all the ortiers think they willdobetterby wait ma and they will be ib'e to prev ent a norm natcTatonce Ex-Congressman McCreary is JLOTS OF -VTATEES1JOCTS. A Copluln Shoots One of Them Without Seriously Hnrtuis It. 'requent ap- pearance at tremendous waterspouts is report- ed by incoming vessels The large German -ship Otto, from had a miracolona escape from total ocstrucfcon several days ago "MfltoH Ijenger said-today "On the morning of April 20th the ship was rn latitude thirty three degrees, fifty-five min- utes, longitude 728, headlong northwest tinder canvas The weather was very sqnally, bSt the sea was well beaten down by a heavy fall of rain, whirti had just ceased It was just 7 DO o'clock in the morning and my watch on deck The weather looked i ery threatening "The waterspout was hrst seen in the west- northw est, about two in- les distant It looked ?hen like a ram squall As it got nearer the terrific noise of the bo.lmg and splashing watei auracted attention, and in a few seconds all were wild The holm was put bard over to br.na the si ip off on the wind but having cry litUe speed on owing to the liglit winds, she was s'ow to answer the helm ACSOSS THE PACIFIC. EjrS FJSO3IA DISTANT PAST Or TUB JFOBZ.D. OF A SHIPS CREW. Signing b f the Samoan Treaty by K Blalieto TUB Great Interest Man- ifested tlie Event tho n a I I H d a of the ct of 1 Lap, meas of all our i eopli ind who beliov e3 tl ju t to 11 d luirncss to all ire necCbsar} cimdmo to u useful idn nistratii n It 1 as wavs scenic 11, me tl at tho farmers c untrj wire c itl.mll> intirc ted 111 adjustment ol our tanD- STStem 1 indiilercnei they have shown to tint quest, and thc eise w-lth w Inch the} hav e been led IT mis Ur consideration it their need: their as related to tins subject hav inv surprise Struggle as they might our firmers rmvst Umie t he the purchasers ind consumers o cnmbu MS tl ings enhancid in cost ly tnnll alatl s V trel} thrj hi-vc a to sa3 that cost "hall not be increased t >r thc purpose of col lectiu, unnoccssarj revenue or to undue ad vantage to d jmeatic manulat nrirs Th" 1 lea that our infant industries need pro tection which thus even lies fie farmer an 1 is in view of our naturil advantages and skill an 1 thc tj of our i e )ple a hoi 4ow pretext Struggle they may our farmers cannot conditions which IK the prite of what they prodnie and sell it con mg to the rates i rev nil m foreign markets flooded wiih the competition of countries eujojtng a. freer ex Bhanpe of trade thin we The plausible presentation of tho blessings of a home market bin uld not deceive our depressed and mipov ensiled agriculturists There is no home market for them which does not take its turns from the Jseaboard and the seaboard trans TO ts the word of foreign markets Because my conviction thit there should be a modif cat on of our tariff laws arose prmeipall> Irom an appreciation of thewintsof thevast ar-ny of consumers comprising our firmers our artisans and onr workingmen and because their turn has led me to protest against the pres imposition lam cspecullv glad to see these assoc ations of fellow country men arousmff to the importance of tariff reform Yours ver> trulv UKOVI-II CLLVfcLAMJ rack vv as b idly n rei ked TUT IOCM> boon the so mil loi tie engineer nlhieiiiaiibegin fho bodv ot I earl ound in the cicek It VMS Iron lit to mfice md hoisted to the eo il ill ck 1 tmn w v, Ai pi.entl} ever} b o v is broken Hie bead and f vco vvcie nuHlaied asviasilso the mmk nearl} tho found between the two trees the Like Slioic tricls was nuslcl his. Uco- i is 1 bcvo, 1 rec a.shv ill rold vvis fatallj injure 1 Sovoral ti uu.i.c, sli htlv mined The engiuceis am trSmon by Both engines and a number of cars wero wrecked T.he collision w >s i 1 iscd by the crow of tho tram lint, ttOAL tCLLS FOUIsD Prevent the Proposed Action Abou tlie Wliite House the Confetleracy EICHVIOVD 11 to convert the Jcfl Davis mansion 11 tins c tj which tho nhite 1 ousc of the confcdc icy into a museum for tho collection an preservation of confederate relics loceivcd decided setbicK last evening when the cr attorney whose legal opinion as to tho ngl of tho city to make the donation to I ad j Holl wood ass jciatiou was asked sent to the coi mittee having the mattei m charge an opm o s iviug that in his judgment the council has u power to Orant the request Wter quoting a section of the city charter, Mr Meredith says 'The question is reduced to a construction ol the vvords to giant aid to scientific literarj and benevolent soc oties I am o! the he continues, that tho popv ho never came out weaker than whe i he wont in of a race But in this nd leave Qmj m possession of thc field the time fol tho meeting approachd tho osidint showed and at thc elcveiith our Qu iv used his privilege as chairman to [definitely postpone tho meeting WHAT WILL THIS END BE? is difhcult to see, tit the fict that Quay has dodgi d the issue vill mike him w elk Tho members of tbe ommitteo hive not known precisely which ido to chimp on One cr two dolomites hid alread} arrived befoio the announcement of the postponement of whom w is H C Pavne, of W ,s iiisn At flist he was outspokoii m cxpres mi- hisopi ion that Qui} should not re ire Ivot long aftei Uncle Jerry Rusk, II m isoii s secret irv of agriculture and one of tho adv, ors in whom he had part culai coiili leiice hid i long interview with Pavno ind t is now understood Taj no will not object to Quaj s retirement or. THE uuv The belief is growing that Harrison now has Quay o i tho run, and tho political fortunes o the lepublican national chairman have sun] moo rap dl} m the last tw only foul hour than it any time m his career In a few days h will leiveon a fibliing trip down m Virginia Thc interesting quest on now is, will Qui openly fight the idmiuistntion or wiilh tike mcdii 1110 quickly by ictiring from th chairminship of the national o esterdaj, t had ved to TlieGertruao Abbott from Havana, also passed a number of watcrspouts_ PEOPLE By the Tornado m Akron, O -Seventy-five Buildings Destrovert pn-rsBi-RO, Pa May Akron O Darkness set m so y attcTthe tonildo that tore through tho south the city Saturday evening tha no uade He Withdraws From tlie Rice. PHILABF.PH.A Pi, Mav Senator net, for Sn Anotlwir nt STA Gi 11 sen Phe'd m the Lftist chmcli to-day both moriinig and evening T L moSmg there a spec al moetiijg m the interest of the a! gelist c w ork "J Geor- gia and the sermou was preached b> Kev v H iTainctt of Atlanta To night ery large was present at tho formal mstal Ht on Ro% J r Plnnkett w pistor Be sulesDi Barnett, of Atlanta there BiittiMltikinff ptrt in the overcises go. 1 McQueon of MilledgeMlle and T M Loivry of the second Presbyterian rhnrdi m this city Thesormon was delivered ch-uxum cms ciio- _ constltutional questions coW be gotten of or extent of tho terr.be storm Today his been so calm audsunsluiiy that e.en the, who stood about the wrecked houses scaicelv that tho elements could cr work themselves into such a luiy Professor Egbcit of BucUtel college, 1 fosoutmtboatonn, calculated that it SAN FEAACISCO 11 e Stoamer Zelandia, which arrived here last night brings particulars of the wreck of the Bark EneUc, owned in San Francisco, on the JSew Zeilinfl coast, March 2Gth The captain and seven men were drowned First Mate Brownegg and men wera rescued bj a tuft THK SA.MO1. TRKVTV Steamer Ze aiidia last mglit and bniigs from Samoi the pTticu'a.rs (rf tiio treatj signed b> King Malietoi iiul the ier ican Bnt sh mid German coiisiils n IMtli of last month Great i w is nninf in the event, and a nunrlwr if natii and nearly all the popu of Ania assembled around the house where the treafcy was ratified The king and three consuls gathered around a table in the 1 mt? s house, on a copy of tho treaty w is L laced. The certificate read and t -nnslatcil and then handed to Mahetoa it The tJiree consuls tlien attached the r su] itures. days before the treitj vis ratiliett tlie three consuls sent a letter to M-ihett i en- closing a copj of the treitv a-, ttod liy tlia Benin conference, and the following' This treatj w ill allow the people of Samoa to form a government under thur own nativo king, strong to present further civil w -xi and to keep the peace and good 01 Ier m Samoi, the treatj offering ei> security for the future welfare of its people The car- rying out of the provision will, it is true creato considerable expense hut it is not on the> shoulders of the people of SnmoT it bomg on those of foreign residents of the island thai tho heawer pait of these charge a c 1 nd It will. therefore be best for the St-mo n j e jple that this genenl act be as a whole assented to and accepted bj the emn cnt c f S i noa THREE I EET OF ATI It An Australian Flood to tlie Town of Iloiirltt SAV FR'i'vrisro May 11 from S dney per steamer ZeJanltr '-tale that tho g-eateat flood inj the h bturj Austral oc cunea April at Bourl e on tho iSer Danms: The rner vts tliut mh the en- bankmo it, suirounding the town and sub- merged it to the depth of thieo feet Bourse is in the nudst of an in1 ind sea fuity miles wide and many of the bui1 dings ara with Bphntered houses T led bams furniture, uprooted and leveled barns anDnung0T trip over the storm path, ninetceif dwelhngs ,ere They Wanted None of Foolishness from Senegal to the tlmt thu Sene0dloso had been mur lero 1 bv his subjects Ifo had tued to impose upon tlic-in I nr j eaii ideas which he had unbibccl at the I a.ns exposition Bankois Suspend Maj 11 nounce the of Jfiuis ban) ers Assets j 000 ODO flt r n-. 000 flonns J 1 aiij i liab h. THE W FEK CONOKESS. THE Pfe VCt CONFl-KE'NCi.. nter Selecting Belefftttes to Attend tlio national Meeting Next July. RICHMOND, Miv 11 A. lirjce andrepre n TAS nieot ng presided over by 1 rincis M hittlc win held this afternoon in the becond church lor the iurp so of taking action looking to representation 111 the Christian arbitration and peace cmftrtnreto be hold in London nest -July J B ot PhiladUphia at whose it-qutst the meeting was called made tbe hrvt a Itlross Then followed speeches com mendatoij of the mo-v emeu t by distinguished Jocal lunies A committee was appointed to select to I oiuloii one clerical and one la; It is mi Itrstood that Dr Hoge TMll be selected as clcnctl delegate object But it-would be enlarging too much the scone of those words to hold that thej embrace such, an object as the establishment of a museum The committee, city attornej and city engi neer are thoroughly in sjmpalhy with the bodies making tho petition, and it is thought that there will be somo plan devi-ed by vv Inch the building now 1 school house, can be set apart for this purpose _______ WHfcKE IS THE MJN OF KENMAKE' A Number of Persons Anxious to Discover Her Whereabouts THE CONTUOL OF THE LEVEES. be ernewspper men and Presbyterian liters ananged lectures for her, ami she had profitable entertainments left rather unexpectedly and ig tllO ChurcnV" and collected quite aTiandsome sum The book was to hav e been delivered in Jan The and ieS he of. ision of (lie Lottery Charter Other Matters 1 01 (i La May 11 con arm of the biennial of the legislat ire tomorrow at noon Amoug tlie 111 to be considered will be tlie qne ti n of tho extension of the charter of the Louis u i L mt rtsoluticnwillbe introduced ct ess to assume charge of tlie ees Tlie n Linl ers i f the legiblaturo aro irrivitig ill numbers ind the city now presents a initn ite 1 eirance Memorial Day in. Cliarlotte CHVKI JTTI N C Mnj 11 3VIe noriil or Decoritioii Diy properly ob- 1 1 er 1-iuUj Th it afternoon f and ladies headed by the HeO lenl c unpof LX confederate the HmiiLts Nests riflemen ind the graded thil hen mirched to the cemetery and 1 mtiful bouquets of fragrant flow- ers t r thc gi et, of our dead heroes Most i tlie business houses closed, and everybody joined in thc cxeicises of Profefasor Toinlinson. GEKFNFSBoao, N C May 11 Profess >r Julias Tomlinson, pnncipal of th< graded: school and one of Nottl "hna s most prominent educators, died at licence here this moxning. Thev know neitner wnere me naro 'is nor vhen her book TV ill be published ho pnests, nuns and ost cast consents that her crusade Blackmailing a Postmaster. S C May 11 John Curtain, alias Joseph Howard, was ar- Jones, of Nevada Open the Debate on the Silver Kill in the Senate. WASHINGTON May 11 progrrimme for the 111 congresa may be bnerlj stated, siher m senate and in house Lnderthe arrangement that -was effected 1 ist Thursday, Senator Jones, of Nevada, ill open the debate on the er bill, at 2 o clock tomorrow afternoon When that clebito will end is uncertain, bnt it expected to last at least a week and probably longer Senator Cameron his notice that he will introduce resolutions in memory of late of afternoon and that Saturday be otod to the calendar The tariff deb ito is to continue all this week It will bo under what is known as the five-minute rule and every member -who desires to talk and who was not able to par- ticipate m the general debate will be en an oppoitumty to state his views briefly Prob- ably it will he neceasary to adopt a rule to iix the length of the debate and an attempt to do this miy arouse borne bnt it is a foregone conclusion that the original pro- gramme to vote upon the bill on May 19th will be strictly earned out __ THE ET ENTH CEIs SUS. Supervisors Instructed. Not to Receive Money From Corporations to Aid Them. May superinten- dent of tbe census has issued order, stating that it has been brought to hia attention that city councils and boards of trade in certain cities ha-ye appropriated money to aid their census supervisors in the enumeration of the population He, therefore, instructs the su pervisors positively not to receive any such compensation, nor countenance, for one m- slant, the pajment of any sum of money what- ever, by municipalities, corporations, associations, or persons, to the enumerators He says that any isor of the census who is not content with the remuneration allowed by law (which is double the amount paid in 1880) should at resign The eleventh census must and shall be abote suspicion To toler- ate any action on tbe part of municipalities, associations, organizations or individuals, no matter how powerful they may be, wluch lias rinunkett was called a few months azo to the p-xstorate of the hrat Presbyterian from Detroit which plnce he was obliged to lease because of his bad health In this more gen lal climate whore he spent list winter and be ame acquainted with this people his health aTgrcatly unproved, and ho is quite strong earn In the few weeks in which he has as pastor he steadily in five residences and barns and outhouses were damaged bj the wind and escaped that in a direct line of the by the it lose   11 vioient torms in the form ol tornadoes, hav e occurred barns were demolished and a large amount ol A Si.AcON OF the Xogrops Stem to lie N C Mij 11 a] A big negro roviv il is ito-n in j regress at lltgli Point several miles from hero nnl colored population of tho county is boiiifj greatly stured up An Ij V I'bnrn locilBiptist well known is con- ducting the services and todiy he bapt 701! fifty negroes b g rool -n as pro] a ed sj ec a y foe tint purpose neir the Dip ist chur h at rfifjii Point Thousands of colined people gathered about tho pool and joined the singing As the candidates, one by one vvoul I march in and out of tlie water, the preacher would din- them under deep and they would ratsej shout as they came up and continue their loud hal- leluiah, walking out of the pool splashing the water right and left all In 1 been dipped under, and carried safclv on ore, they united m a shout that roul 1 be heir! for miles around After this the cnwdro; ured to the Baptist church where lii v preached at noon, and set the enure tion in a wild uproar The preacl me sliout- m" praying and singing havecontni icdall u-iy, aiiiluptolloclock touuht the beielictiou has not been pronounced The revival has been going on some days______ THE SAIAI KEPUKLIC San Marino's Pre-identu by ing Lots. NEW YORK, M-ij 11 gentleman who his lust returned from San Marino which, it will be remembered enjoys the distinction being the smallest republic in the v a population of only 8 000 scribes the ceremony of choosing the capitam. reggenti, or presidents, of which he tvas an. eve-witness He says that the two presidents still Em office donned their oflicial costumes and drove to the principal church of San Marino They were accompanied by all the oflicials of tha republic as well as by a b g band of regi- mental music At the church a throne had been erected at the side of the altar and on it tbe presidents took their places Tlie clergy then chanted tbe Vem Creator and slips of paper containing the names of tha sixty members of tbe Grand Council were Placed by the in a silver nrn From these slips a child selected two, w Inch the pnest read aloud A h> mn w as then sung, bells were rung and tbe ceremonial w as at an end _____ rested m Alabama and brought to Spartan- matter how powerful they may be wlueu nas ,ure S' C m charge of two United States for Its purpose the debauching, or w Inch would burg, S C m charge mirsha' ;he postmaster at JBttagara, o v, uui, VL He succeeded m getting some points on the postmaster, represented himself as a Ses detective until he had made him pay the money mentioned abov e to secure his si- lence Ho then rled to Alabaim where lie remained until the government sent an inspec- tor, who investigated the case and had Our- taii arrested The case is to before Commissioner Calvert on Monday nr- And There Let Him Kaosl HEH.IE, Tex May 11 vestorday evening, Ed Bennett, a negro con three miles from town As soon as the crime was made know-n the deputy sheriff and posse started for th place and brought the negro to town and jail edlum About two o'clock this afternoon party ol one hundred broke ope the jail and took him to tlie nist and fiange even throw the slightest taint upon the truth- fulness of the returns, -would ill his opinion bo nothing short of a cffme against the people of the tj nited States Tue Scotcli-IrEsu Convention. PITTSBUBO, Pa May 11 Pitts- burK has made extensive preparations lor tne Scotch Irish congress wluch assembles here on the 2'Jth ol tlie present month The governor of Pennsylvania, the mayor and citizens of Pittsbnrg extend a cord.al welcome to the citi- zens of the south, and invite them to the most notable gathering of prominent men ever as- sembled on the American continent Saw BIH1B Burned. KAI.EIOH, N, C, May [Special A fire at Spent Springs, in Moore county, yes- terday, entirely destroyed tie extensive savv mSs of W. J. McDearmot, togetltor with yatas, an4 renty bmld- "ian Green id a great deSrf'ten.p'ro'nertyraswell. suffered peat miary Five or six dwellings and several out- were blown away s. Mo fences -were earned, swept down, bnt nobody failed. _. Jane Moore was fatally injured, and a :rsons more or less seriously Mvfv_____. dozen houses were wrecked destroyed The Cyclone Belt in Pennsylvania. iTTTsmmG, May special from Franklin, Pa., savs a terrible cyclone, passed over theloatliern part of the country last evening aboui 5 o clock Twopeople, Koah Jackson and wife, were Tne tareest If ASHVTLr F. After mill Poorer Minneapolis. Tenn May 11 [Special ago aecessary any pledge of receipts to guarantee the payment of bonds It -will put the stock- holders m the position of being the first to re- ceive tho benents of a financially successful outcome of the fair, instead of making tliein subsidiary to tho bondholders Sunday's Baseball Games. At 8, base hits 2 Brooklyn base hits 11, errors 3 Crreen and Robinson, Po-yreraand Pitz At IOTbase hitb 12, Louisville 0 base hits 7, errors 1 Goodall and Weckbeter, Gastnght andO Connor, ileaJiin and Itvan _ At 8, base-frits 6, errors 2. St errors 3 and Sace, Ramsey and Earle. AX. 10, base nits 13, errors 0 Svracuse X, base hits 7, errors 6 Calafian and McKeosh, Keefet Blomson and iFire in ISlltottrille. i visited by a, disastioas fire Una jnomins. a 'Eight cats loaded with JnmliBCt genera, country, but the deadly cyclone was only about 300 feet wide, and ex- tended about tweaty-flye macs. Indictments tor Federal Granajniy- JACKSOV, MV 11 tjmte4 States grand jury adjourned yesterday Andmv thirty one indictmentsas followB -lie's three great mi'Is The authonzed capital stock is SSo of which SoOO 000 in stock be issued mmediatelv Tlie proptrtv will then be iSnaed for 000 and enough ready funds will be thus secured to enlarge the capacity of Se mi'fi as is proposed to 000 barrels per dav Nashville will then be next to Mmne- Snolisasa floor manufacturing center Tta toOTaffransfer of tbe property vill be mada June THE POFE IS SATISFIED That Gennawv Bone oil that iB Eeasona- ble or Lo-roos, May 11 J-The Komo correspondent of tlie Dailj says tiie SooTissatlsfied witb-tbe German government concession to tbe clergy, and disappro. ea tho course of tte centrists in insisting upon furtl.ec iburger correspondent says t thO Enelisn go-vemment has informed the Ge-man ttatEnslandw.il not rep. TJSS tha execution ot tge LOnaon snsar con ve J Aocorduig to the Chronicle's Her .in corres. lissi 23; "boing is-aaggSssaffiSSS I SPAPLRl SPAPLRl   

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