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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               PRICE FIVE CENTS. GET CHANGE THSHATE ent Morton Will Tate Vacation KeeTl-5 Tootles Witt Bo ___removes for ;n ___Y nlnc'eS. colorbd Citifiitb arpseyincenthad.disapnear.ed, leaving'. "a note saying he .had gone iniheHraJte. testfly following him Grifhthar- .fiyedrat aeJatoshore, tiine-to settled, the bouse wdl national election law bill Wlthrn, t two weeks. Reed and tho other-hOUSO; arc turning their attention it "will do no good to pass it ttiKnigh the 'house unless the senate wtllHkewisepa3S.it Therefore Heed, Lodge and KbwoU have had 'reacatod conferences with the senate leaders' durm" the past few days. Sherman, Iivj-alla. goar and "Billy" Chandler .are in the "and are sweari through' 'the'tenate, as outlined by this precious Quartette, is to change the rules of the senate 'in tlu same manner that Tom Reed changed have Vico-Prosident Mor- ton KO off for a vacation, lugalls will then ring vengeance on the south. be adopted to get the Ml ess than anticipated from iiTOce'dHje-. reports.; md is A gAJJY WES 'Fg.OBr.lgR And ,JKer HOsilran.a this.citjf about this afternoon led a mm iiatried. Brown on the train, eleven of whom wers a ,3et iiejiiiu YS: opt had, gone, back' on thinta a -.girl. '.-Vincent's; father is ail.'Episcopal clergyman in Kansas City. .Tampa. special says: There1 was anroroer this afternoon. J.. injured: "All" wounded -were brought to this jast Jiight about .midnjght on a special "train iu'chsige .ol the company's sutgeons, and HER EIRSt LOVEB KILLED HS A DDEL, Married to JKla Slayer- JHer Second Husband .to tbts .OfA nerve of Reed, and he has, he the question. Ot iOWMlASVl B'TT- 1 n :Hrs. J. p. Suholew, of Hick-' tjie only ..ojh.br person {seriously 2. 1- nt tlia.Rtlliial agreed upon hy the With snch a program me it difference to'them if there are two m thee ri-uuhliran senators who reiuse to vote ?nr the hill Tliev can easily pass it. Indeed, ?Hs absolutely settled, although, against the advTce "f Mr. Blaine and the business and that a tedity Ly'fine _- coucErning the splendid fortinvmap m -fcarth. Caro- lina. In the eastern district .tUere has been a decrease of a few par cent in the acrease, planted in cotton: hi the central district, tlie acreage planted- is felly up to tho average, whife there has -been con- siderable increase in the. western portions oJ FoAha en tire state the acreage planted is probablv 107 per cout. The. condition to- bacco is" fair in some> counties, as Lexington, Kookiiigham, Snrry and Guillord, rather bad, while in others, as Granville, Stokes, McDowell, etc., it is good- frost >r were. 'trurned on their side APnlTman jwn jrom the track and All the passengers in- Trains were de- upw Amoving on schedule'time. paid over The money, aim, nimbus "rt -shortly afterward-. Baker is-in jail. tailed tor His DrtaK. SJan., June Mi-Freeman Bam- berger, a promiriciH contracttor, made a nearly successful attempt at suicide lastAnight. About he entered a saloon andcaltod toBey- erul men standing by to join him in nisjasj drink'. He then emptied a paper ,9! morpluiie tow his Sass and drained Suspicion seems to l.avoteen aronsad after Bamberger's depac- and he was followed to his home, where ,ie wasloond jraconscious on the yeranaa. 11 took until noon today to bring him round to partial sensibility. .Domestic infehcitj is he the causp of .the attempt. A Youthful Incendiary. BOOI.TU.LE, Mo., June 15.-Four nroshave occurred here within the last three days and ihe citizens have been .greatly. alarmed as they were the work ol an incendiary. Today the culprit, a negro boy named Wesley Btrcat, was arrested and be made a lull con- lession. He stated that he wanted to get into the reform school, and took this method of ac- of Two .ffi Decapitated. Cincjtoo, June victims ol their own terror met a fearful death ttjjs afternoon, jn full view ol hundjceds, ol .promeuaders in Lake Front park. Otto and Sherman Bert, Country-to Kml Her pays. From the Globe-Democrat. Nj2w.i'opx, June the passen- gers aboard the steamship .Wirfand, which saiie'd for Hamburg today, -were --Mr. and Mrs. SergiusE. Schewitsch, wjbo are going back to Russiai in a St. Petersburg theater, Schewltsch first met Helene von Kacowitza, now his wile. From the day they set loot in America, tSiirteon years ago, a great deal has been written about the woman, who played such a strange part in the his- "tory of German socialism, and about herhusbtind, who is toown to thousands as a bloodthirsty, socialist aid anarchist. .JIany workingmeh, whose cause he espoused, have looked upon him with distrust because he would not mingle with them as other leaders did, and -tras-too mncrvo'I an aristocrat. His intimate Iriends knew him as a man ol schol- arly taste, who has read much and observed much, and as a man oi the world. Twenty-live years ago Mrs. Schewitsch s gieit beauty was regarded as the indirect cause ol the death of a man whom millions of toilers calledtheir emancipator. As she ap- pears today, those who know her story can un- derstand how La Sal4e loved her, though her been succeeded brilliant beauty has bv the good looks of a contented ma- and an interesting woman. Fraulem jHCUOwtSil, OlC-i I JJHHH. j; jmifi-t t and dry weather iujured it, so that a fiur stand aE6a twelve and fifteen, were the two unfor- I They park, and were crossing the net-work ol railway tracks skirting the edge ol Michigan, when an an ry wea could only bo obtained by repeated planting. The entire crop has not yet been planted, and it is difficult to estimate its general condition, which will undoubtedly improve with con- to its Iin.it. They are determined to hav ieit con-ross republican, and that is why this KH beor? formulated. It was their only hope. little :1 The Alabama congressmen here take little stock in the story to the effect tliat "sav that' Pugh's Mends whofcoiidueted Solb's canvass for gov- enior and tfiat if Kolb antagonizes Pugh these men will turn against him, and without them he must bear defeat again, consequently tiiey do not believe he has any idea of opposing Colonel Oatcs. instead of being a can- di.vTvte against Senator 1'ugh, will be one of his 0 -n the fight between him lends his efforts tion to make ,tor Democratic Nominee "for governor of the State ol Maine. BANGOB, Me., June Francis W. Hiil, ol Exeter, democratic candidate .for gov- ernor died very unexpectedly at hishome this forenoon. Death resulted from acute.bron- chttis caused by a cold contracted at Bar Har- bor, a weekortwo ago. Mr. Hill was born in 1819, in JExeter. He was in the mercantile and real estate business lor many years. Her has been sheriff of Eenobscot conuty; was a representative to the legislature to 1789, and a state senator in 1880. Ho was wiusvio i domopratic state committee for eight the largest stockholders. He was president of the? Somerset road and has beenoiie ol the directors. In 1848 he married Miss Sarah A. inbound passenger train, coming a headlong sneed, attracted, suddenly, the attention ol each oi" the tods. Both hoys hesitated as.tn whether they should turnback or continue on their way. The longer they waited, the more 'I undecided, apparently, they became. The engineer, recognizing tlie boys' peril, blew his terrific Wast. This, instead La Sal 1S62 La Salle'sfauie as asocial reformer was iben at its zenith. No name was so frequently n the oi the .toijins n7ass.es .as hw, and ts was usually coupled with the blessins of the speaker. Holene s fame, though of another kind, was not confined to the walls of her father's house in JJunich. te was o A favorite with the royal ladies of the Ba- varian court, with an intellect which learning whistle add to their fright, pearances, literally "nnaible to move. train struck and killed them The Her- smashed to, a pulp, ascended high theair.while.Otto's-wasgrawd under the TverV affair, wheels, the head rolling 1 aside as off oen. uce ol the county has by its vote refused 8eI1.Donnd with the littte victims, recovered endorse Ingalls the state senator may co suffideiltly to ata in gathering the remains. intrUCtlOUS tO him. J. He _ Schewilsch was mads the editor of the Sunday edition, which office belield until a few days ago, when lie resigned in order to return .Europe. From that day dates his career as a social- ist. It has been said that he is" a Russiaa exile, and that it would be as much as his life is worth" to venture back to Hussia- These stories are untrue. Mr. Schewitsch was never banished, and had it not been merely a matter of a toss-up whether he _ be- came a conductor or an editor of a socialistic it is. doubtful whether he would ever have held his late place. His doings and sayings in the course ol his socialistic career will -probably have no other effect than to lead the police to keep an eye on him when lie goes back to St. Petersburg. The only tiling for which there is any danger ol his being punished is that he sheltered Leo Hartmanh, the nihilist, who plotted to nil the czar. Mr. Schewitsch has estates in Sussia, which are in the hands of trustees appointed by the government. These trustees liave occasionally sent.Mr. Schewitsch a few- thousand dollars out ol the interest which is accruing, but he cannot take possession ol ilia principal unless he lives in Bussia. Tiiat is the immediate reason for his return. It 13 doubtful whether he will ever come baci to this country.________ NEWS EKOM SOUTH CABOI.ISA. Asking Ifor a Commutation of Railway Taxation. BALEIOH, N. C., June Earnest efforts are being made to induce Gov- ernor Fowle to commute the death sentence of Jordan Pritchett, convicted of murder at Ox- ford. The date set is the 27th instant. There are good grounds for belief that there will to a commutation. Tho receipts of cotton at "Wilmington to this date show a falling off of bales as com- pared with last year. ..The joint legislative on railway taiation is called to meet here next Wednes- day. It will at that time receive a proposition, from the Wilmington and "Weldon Railway company to pay taxes. Heretofore that com- pany has paid none, insisting that the terms of its charter gave it immunity from taxation. The committee will also at this session inves- tigate several other railways which are Another daily paper is soon to be established here and will take an active part in demo- cratic campaign w Professor Churl wort. les D. Mctver today ao- Debate on the Silver Qneslion to Close To- Appropriation Bills. struethat vote as instructions to him. The action of the alliance yesterday m adoptniK anti-Ingalls resolutions gives the Iriends of Senator Ingalls great concern. It was resolved by the alliance some time ago never to support any man lor United rieiftis or -who are'' not ,1 tho alliance, boasted was not a repudiation t the senator. To settle this point a resolu- tion was introduced, in language that was un- mistakable pledging the alliance to su init Tuti candidates lor the bi n n0 majority that [era Iff ar- I  great interest ih the so- ailed students' liberal1 movement. Through the influence ofiiis brother, wfco was governor 1 Kurland, a Kussian orovrnce, obtained a sinecure, as secretary to the Bussian senate i He, offlce' when be-met Helene Van 'The acuresss lett Petershnre; went ..to Paps. resignga Jus .office, and, erinff -together, as; mnch raoncy. as he comd, fo5oweid-ber. a brief courtship, they 4remmarried-in Faiis, and. shortly after- ward came tothisaty. Accustomed asboth wire tolngb: Uving. the? therrmonsy in and -tlinnfonnd the union. ITommenceKnent 3Bxercfses- RRBEISVII.I.E, S. C., June The exercises of Furinan uiu, lue jremaie college ba- almost: bis hand at .a great many things, 1 with, a commencement avenue Baptist church this morn.- veevVDr. Whitffltt, ol the tueolog- of- LoaisvUle. Ky. A largo rf vStors are here and are constantly The eiercises will continue through Arriving The e week. The Cfcolera In Sjurfa, Jane There were ninodoatlis jronrterrS Puehla de Bugat Satartoy. sVvenlresh cases are reported. there. 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