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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               "YOL. XXL ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY MQRNHSa, JUNE 23, PEICE FIYE CENTS. "55 TARIFF BILL. THE vpoif AMDALUSTOMS RECEIPTS taid Out For a Debates I iptcted v Juno "2 statement of i the customs receipts by tho pro tariff bill as reported by the has been completed th tho rt isons of the comnnt- oscd changes m .bably nt tli it the rate proposed is protection There THo FTOCTC-BS of the Trial of Mississippi's Treasurer. JACKSON, Miss June 22 first week of the trial of Ex-Treasurer Hom- ingwaj, charged with, embezzlement of up- ward of closed last night, and the state announces rest except in rebuttal. The lino of the prosecution has been simply to nrove by the legislative committees, the state expert, and the late clerk of treasury, that the prlrtod reports of the treasurer and the books ot tho treasury from which the re- ports were made and which show the balance abov e mentioned, to be due the state are cor- rect "With this end in view, a cart-load of books w ele hauled to the court room, and tlie examination has boon very exhaustive and tedious The district attorney claims that the correct- ness of 110 treasurer s ra lort and boons s'lov, ma: Ins indebtedness to the state has been fully e tibishid, also that the proof shows that leai.3 were ated, for which there aic 110 entries on the of tho troasurj Ihe defense s eit who has been examin- ing tho books for two months or moie, is on naiiil It is understood besides the eirors of thousand dollars, which he swore in h s, ifhlavit for coii'-iima.ice fiat ho had found, that ho vv ill lUe npt to demonstrate that a thorough examination of the Ixjoks w ill show th xt Hemmsttay is not indebted to the state at all TILLMAFS CAMPAIGN, CO3T- SIIKEED VP. ATTACKING DEMOCRATIC OFFICERS And ClmririnB Them With Various Rtafls Great Meeting For the Coming Week. r tne linanco couuuittoo of duties col m ntlicimiortui.il of all ar ajec n tl o ho ise bill, and tho I i j tl o senate assessed II w is i-lb' tOS ost Tia 1 uiu'er the house b 11, Eomii.to S20b r. Underbill as ameii ltd by the senate, S201, nt ad v ilorem late under the SO percent under the senate :ni TIONS M VDK .f enuo by the transfer of m the house bill (in re luetion of internal rev e elXrarstricken out bJ the nuance nmttee itc 1 at 774 By tho n the tree list in the son i u of rtv cnue is estimate! fuol note to the recapitula MINERS The Kcseuing Forty Working Without Hope DISBAR Pa June 22 rescuing partj his not reiched the entrmbed iiunors They are woiklng IiprJ but no 0110 knows how fir tl t v hav e to go jet and Uiey aio as much m tl e dark now as at any time They may re uh thr men in a few hours, and it may be d vvs bet ro tlio Hill Faun mine is broken n to Hope has way to despair It is now so-.cn dijs s IHC tho disaster and few if anv, e-qevt to find the moil alive Today irouils vis tol the scene of the disaster from all the tamoundiiig eemntrj, and at ono time fullv b 000 people v ere pie eut This ng ail appe il fol aid w as scut out The miners f unities are in destitute circumstances, and contributions will be thankfullv received PROMINENT FOR H 4.LF A CENTVKY 4 committee Jhll t-e rodu quantit e nml oasays table-, ire rp.iared upon tho plan tttcotyubi >U fillu-aed Iho estimates tlar-el-v con in t u i and rnoio or lisa uu and m ci Unp; Thej are biscd upon >u tint tho bill should Un the morc'liaimise of 11 values would bo im- ncrtadi'iirmg the fiscal -year This Wis can only be accepted rehab e -nheii the charsjos in are not of such Chirac- US to necessarily cause increased oriimmshe! importations Keductimi a'o' ptraolSTl PM by tllc jOOTMbj the senate bill, ippcara to be >J imports should bo the as hit-tear, mdcr tl e now r-Ucs the reJuct on CTiH amount under the house bill to fte to 2b3 THE WFFK CONGRESS. Silttius Politu Etpected in both Senate and House. Jui t 2J Tomorrow will be Estnctday m t ic 1 ouse but ivl Ltlier or net tediyvrillbe en en up to of local interests det ends on the coinage committee Ititit should be read j to report upon the son amendnent-s to the silver bill, there th-it the committee on rules till lo ready m turn, to see that the Kjortsecnres a "-pec ly con uleratioii m the loose Itis-ilso probable that by Tuesday l same committee will report -v bill mtmiftl e bill a special 01 Sctfoftlie lemimdor ot tho TI eek It this or- derisadopted it will j robibly leid to ono of ibeBHBt exciting au I bit er debates htncssed m recent jelis Apolitical debate also occur in the sen itethisweekupoiithe bill fortl e admission of Wyonung into the in ion, is the nrst doer of business hen it cornesnp the dem- ocrats-win offer a substitute in the shape of an omnibus bill toi enabl acts for and Ivow Mexico 4 He territorial bill will to giro way, for conMdtration of tho appropna pon lulls, tlie committee on appropriations be idetermuied to these measures as rap- yospoasib e The diplomatic an 1 consular and post-office >w on the senate calendar, and the expects to be able to report the Indian and sundry civil bills be or the Two of the bills, aiprabably tmxe will be disposed of by the smtem the next si1! d ivs If opportunity offers Senator Fry will make seffortto have his bills considered, allftliat fails, tren hi, will press the rner mliarliorbill, in or to have it out ol tho ay before the tariff bill shall be taktn up Senator Dai is iv ilnobibly the con- Jieace report on thf dependent pension bill raadered early in tho eek Part ol Thurs- "jyafternoon is to be devoted to the aelivexy the 'ate Representative Cox, less something mw unrorseen inter- Saturda-v m the ordinary course of will be oted to the consideration of to which objection is not Judce Henry TV. Tliomaa, of Virginia, Dead, in His Seventy Klffhth Year. FWKFAX CiU-KTHovsr, Va June 22 Tu i -i Itenrv W Phoin is died hero this morn in_- in the sevcntj soar of his beioro the vv ir, as a whig aid Cilice as a democrat 1 e served stveral terms ill tho Hms Utuie Ho was A member of tho commission that visited 1 resident f ineoln in 1SI 1, with a MOVV to averting hostilities During the war b., YI-V, second uul tor of t le state Aftei the war how a a member ut tho C( urt ol concili i- ti Ale .andru, circuit, and still latci lioutcn ant fovciiior ror half a century he w is one of tho leading law j ers of northi-rii irgiiu i IS IT Consternatlo JACK'" Cox-aniEiA, S. C June 22 the end the second week ot the state com- paigu between Tillmau, the farmers' candi- date, and the side known as the regular democracy, the situation lias been aomewnat changed 1 illman, who has heretofore beoa aggressive, has withdrawn all his charges of "corruption and dishonesty against tbe present adunni t-ation, hut continues hinting about misappropriations during Governor Thomp- son s, term ol oflice His opponents on the other hand, o assumed the aggressn o, and are charging Tillman with splitting tho party, aud slandenncf- the eminent 1EH1G TliAUE A MYTH Tillman has declaied "free trade" a dead issue and sajs itebeheies in incidental protec- tion, free trade being a myth He has practi- cally admitted that if elected governor he will devote his strength to succeeding Hampton in the senate Senators Hampton and Butler are strongly opposed to tho sub-tieasury bill Till man favors it In eieiy county he has laited so far, Tillmau appears to have favored a majority, but the last three meetings w ere orderly and more eiilj dmded Great piep- aiations are being made for meeting hero next week Senators Hampton and Butler are ex- pected to moot Tillinan on the stump A Meeting in Union. UMON, S C, June "Moses of tho B R Tillman, the Shell candidate for governor, with the regular democratic candidates, spoke for governor, and other state onicerb spoko here yesterday to about 7uQ or bOO Generals Earlo and Bratton, regular demo- crats, mado a fine impression Xillmau, tlie reformer had tho day, being very extraia gant m his charges of rottenness m state politics and tho oH cers He lost gro md, but not enough to hurt him in the countj The intelligent men wore as a rule, against him One of lillmaus opponent-- Geucnl Earlc, piedicted negro rule as a natural consequence if Tillman was elected governor Tillman did not any assertion he made but the majority of tho people won't bo ed fioui the support of one M bo claims to be a. reformer, but who has his seln-.li ends to satisfy at the expense of tho state at large ______ niliJT IN OCVLA. A DUET., WITH BOWIES. It Was bought For tand and Ended In a Death. SAif ANTONIO, lex., June re- ceived from Santa says-that on. April 13th Edward Wooabury died there He the victim of one of the most terrible bowie-knife -duels in the "history of a country that has made that article its, maimroapon since ita invention The parties con- cerned were Woodbury and James Bis- sell The subject of dispute was a large tract of land owned by the latter They tried arbi- tration, and could reach no agreement, they tried the courts, and the law's delays pre- vented a settlement with sufficient speed to smooth -a pair of hot tempers, and, after due deliberation and counsel with friends, they de- cided to fight it out, the land to go into undis- puted possession of the survivor It is a wild country, and the affair was not regarde. 1 as anything much out of the ordi- nary The men, -nith three seconds apiece, met in a lonely mott, or island of timber, five miles from [Santa Eosa town. The t me was oaily morning, and an Ameri- can miner, who had once been a surgeon in tho states, was iirese.it The lighters stripped to tho buff, girded tbeir waists with loithor straps and each was handed, a murderers blade ten inches in length They shook hands gravely, stepned back a pace and at Word began They were both old residents of the countrj and skilled ith the bowio, about equal in height, roach and agility, and eaUi as desperately courageous as it is possible for man to be "Woodbuyy, who was of so dark a skin that he was often taken for a Mexican, was the inoro impetuous of the two, and forced the fighting was slashed twice in the left arm, which ho used as a kind of guaid, before he found an opening, then he lunged forward and laid open four or tho riLa on 's r ght side Bissell was cut once again and "VVoodbury twice At the last stab, caught just where tho neck joins the chest, ho w cut down weak from the loss of blood His antagonist glared at hi.ii u threw aw ay the knife and calmly proceedooVto put on his clothes Both men were so covered with blood from the shoulders do-nn that the color of their skins was indis- tinguishable Tho fight -occurred last Deco nber btirj has lin... red since then daily growing weaker The fae aie furuiadcd by hisfriend, f ho nursed hi i ni> to the time of his death, and who, ai closing the leport, sajs "BisseJl lecoNered rapidlj In justice to him, I will say that my friend w as in the wrong, and that tho land belonged to Jjissell TUTTLE IS BEAD. THE 3IACON AND ATLANTIC. In Biitisfa Honduras Over tlie ages or al Uiscase June 23 some months past thocilmv of Pi tl hllmdmvf as well as the no "libo ing rei nblici has been under tho b-n of which, while said b> son e ox be fever is yet so tumble in itsciiaru'oi as to k 11 off w ithout a ei-j ono whom it attaors WITHIN T-SfO EOURS OIT EACH OTHEK icide In .A XOSSO OF A-K-ESA, WITH CHEERS RINGING IN HIS EARS. Who Soccumhctl to the Power of Strong Drinlc, aSd an Inmate ot ainnatMS Strange Story. MIM.KDOEVTI.LE, Ga June 22 The eventful career of Jerome Tuttle, well- known throughout the country, ended in death at the insane asylum yesterday The story of Tuttle's life is a pathetic pic- ture of a vanquished wonderful athletic powers stifled by the intemperate use of liquor His athletic gemns earned him to the highest pinnacle of fame, where millions of admirers applauded his wonderful feats His love for whisky blighted his talent and robbed him of his sifts until death found him an inmate of a lunatic asylum HIS QUBKB. CAREER. Tuttle was born in Mriledge ilie forty-two years ago, and the most of his life was spent in and about this city As a boy, he was a bright, winsome fellow of fine intellect and as agile as a cat When he was a mere lad, he attracted tbe attention of John Kobinson, the famous showman, who employed him and put him under a courseof training atonce Hissuc- cess was wonderful and in a remarkably short while lie nas the star of tho tent Asander, tumblei and aciobat, he outrivaled them all, and with John Lolo, the great clown, he made John Bobmson's circus the greatest pf the age He gave a new meaning to trapeze acting by introducing accrobatic feats that were never before attempted He rei olutiomzed somer- setactmgby turning doubles over eighteen horses IN T.EW YORK He wrung applause from people everywhere bv his uanng deeds of bareback riding and m 1573, in the eity of New York, he was awarded the prize for the foremost circus actor of the world When in the very zenith of 1ms fane, he began the uso of wluaky, which only ended w hen ho wai given a maniac's home 'luttlewaswoll known m Atlanta, where he once managed the Kimball house billiard rooms and wheie ho once organized a circus that cled through tne country with great success He was a genial fellow and -was quite popular with people ot every calling A Statement About Terminal f acOitifis-fa Macon. Ga June 22 [Special Not- the action taken yesterday by the Macon and Atlantic people relative to a terminal points In conversation with a prominent official at- the road today, the following facts wera learned Tie Macon and Atlantic Bailroad company- have never building to Port. BoyaL They reiflgmze the importance of Sa- vannah as. an Atlantic port, "with its established; business, great steamship lines-and present and, future commercial importance The difficulty .onft of obtaining ploper terminals is a ser.o thing, bnt by jounng the South-bound a fi miles oat of town and perfecting suitable ar- rangements between the two lines, they hope) to oDtain good terminals at a reasonable price. This matter is now being looked into and every effort will be exhausted to accomplish it. "What about Sapelo? Well, our company has had a very good offer to build there, and in many respects u 13 a verv fine harbor, bat until we ha% e failed to get into Savannah we shall not look beyond. We are going- to build to an Atlantic port. Savannah is first choice, but we may be forced to build to Sapelo WITH ELECTRICITY. THE Tlio farmers' I he whose ew except oil, evei-j ono whom it aimers i nw man vhom Bob P nkerton met in died from it a days ago and has been folio cod by Gabb of Staim Crook, a tlni.y year old readout of tlie colony passage had been taken by tlie Aguan for Hi cxcite-pcnt and anxiety weie expert ei ced 111 >osterlay rioinil g, when it was seen thvt tlio steamship Aguan which lud armed d iring the night from tho south, was filing the -yellow flag and was lying in the quarantine grounds cry one who can do so is loaning Ilondmas fe.r oithei England or thebtatOb .uJJioillj after six o'clock on tho monnngof tne 12 h se-veral suing loaded with passengers, were making for the steamer, only, however to be srnt back, it being stated that a from Ysabal had died lulc the steamer was at I ivll Inquir- ies elicited the fact that this man a Spamaid, had expired from what is termed bv the n-edi- eil man in at oiidanco "pernicious malarial siiuo i nm ced 111 all probability by tho two c'ViraYoTMarim Crawford, whose poor wife died from v orry consequent on tlie arrest of b S Crawford, the alleged bank 10bber Orleans is closed as tight as a drum that nobody really knows wh: THE NEWS FROM GERMANY Prince Blimarck IiiUumtes that He Might Accept a Seat In tlio Keicastas. THE APPROriUATION BII.LS. ile Condition of the Bills, and Their Probable Completion. "WJIHOIGTOV June 22 All ex- Ceptoaeof the fourteen logular appropriation slave been acted on in one or both houses But two of tho thirteen, how- the army and military academy bills, passed both houses, and ing been ap- presidont are now laws Tho ion of the remaining eleven is as fol- The naval District of Columbia, and n appropriation bills have passed both are now in conference The leglis- executive and ju hcial, and fortitica- 1 bill e passed both houses African possess ons Pimce Henrv, with the German squadron will formally receive Heligoland fiom the British representative in October Prince 1-ismarck, in the Nachrichten, denies the radical reports that he would never enter pievent lus expiossmg deviatmg opinions when The Spanish Budget. MADRID, Jnno 22 -The budget debate lasted o'clock in tho morning. Congress, by a ol the nrotectionist pro- ready for conference, conference committees have not been "Minted Thepost-omce consular and diplo- ana nver and harbor bills have passed qMffie, and have been reported to the senate by the senate committees in chargei and are awaiting action anflT E agricultural, sundry, civil "Indian bills r passed tbe house, and are "o-COnsidered bj the senate appropriations iSSSfSe The genor il deficiency appropna- f the ouly one that has not been con- either bod> it not having been re- house appropriations comnut- hundred bills, tho larger por- talls' have been sent to the Since the opening of congress for his railwaVs and other securities. At the co (Sthe debate, the budget was passed The Cholera MalMS T.O Projrresa, wStmhelvo The offlcials declare that sevr eity-five per cent of those attacked recover The Brazilian Constitution. Tjrr, TAMUBO June da oil yesterday. of the National Alliance Fla Juno dispatch fiom I'residont Eogers, of tho Florida Far- mers all ance it present in Washington, ad diessod to lion John 1) Dunn of Ocala, Tla is to tho eflect that tho National 1 armers Alliance and Indus'! id union will hold its next annual meeting in Ocala, mstead of in il e, as designated by the vote of the National alliance at the meeting held at St Ijouis last Deccuiber WHITE E'S STOKTT. Mairied to Colored Man Brutally Mistreats Her ASBUHY PAEK June Thompson, a good looking colored mail, came to West As bury Park this week bunging with him bis v, ifc who is a young u lute girl said to be the dajgbtor of a wealthj bristle importer of Bos- toll who is at traveling abroad and ignorant of his daugh- ter's troubles Thompson came hero in the hopes of obtaining a position at his trade, he bom an unholstcicr Tho couple were almost penniless when arrived and went to tho home of the husband's aunt, a colored w Oman A "reat portion of West Park is settled by colored poop'e, and the of Thompson and his white wife so incensed a number of them that gieat oxeite- ment was manifested and a not was immi- nent at one time Stirred up by tho bitter race feeling, and angry at his failure to pro- cure work, Thompson turned on his wife and beat her shamefully Mrs Thompson escaped from the house and sought a magistrate, who arrested her husband and pacified the angry colored people Thompson was arraigned for ass: batteiy today. He pleaded with the justice to bo allow ed to return to Worcester, Mass his home, and as forgiveness was accorded by his wife ho was discharged from custody, and the strangely mated counle were furnished trans- portation to Worcester this afternoon Wlule before tho magistrate, the h story of the case was developed Thompson is a good singer, and he and his wife belonged to the same musicat organiza- tion and formed a friendship for each other She played the accompaniment for his songs Friendship developed into intimacy, and the two were discovered in unseemly conduct, and were arrested and sentenced to three months m jail Bather than undergo the ignominy of imprisonment the girl consented to marriage, and the ceremony was performed m the same court m which they had been arraigned WATER IS SCAKOE. A Dire Calamity Wlitch Is Threatening the City of Nashville. NASHVILLE, lenn Jnno The city is threatened with a water famine in consequence of a destructive fire at the old waterworks on Boiling Mill hill The building was ignited, it 18 supposed, by spontaneous combustion, and almost entirely A Double Murder and Double S Birmingham. EirfUMGHAM, Ala June 22 A doub e murder and suicide startled the citi- zens of Scratch Ankle, a notorious locality m this city, this morning between midnight and day Charles Cato, a painter and paper hanger, shot and killed his mulatto mistress, Lizzie MHdiell, and then p'acmg the smoking pistol to his right ear blew out his brains The tragedy occurred in a notor ous house of ill fa no where the woman was rooming This occurred about 1 o'clock The Expenaicnt Repeated Among the spectators who went in tosee the dead bodies was William Tatum, a carpenter After 4 Diving ttio bloody scene, he remarked "That is a good way to settle lovers' quarrels Titnm then went to the room of Hary Bar nott, a white n oman with whom he had been Ining for some time He told her to get up and m vke a I As soon as tho lamp was lit ho drew a shot her through the bouela, thui p deed the pistol to his head ami hied a ball through hia bra n Ho fell dead, but the woman is still alive, though she cannot recoer, and will probably die before morning This tragedy occurred within a block of tho first one, and only two hours lator Cato and Tatum were regarded as men of good charac- ter, and both held good positions Tatum -Has foreman of the carpenter work for one of the largest contractors in tho citj Both men n ere about thirtj fivo 3 ears old Xhe Dreadful Work of tUetightntng Around JHocon MACON, Ga June 22 was visited yesterday afternoon by a very se- vere electric storm Beports of numerous casualties are afloat, but few of them seem to be worthy of belief. It is certain however, that soieral peoplo were struck by lightning, among them wag Mack Hamson, a negro man, killed near tha city, together with, two mu'es Sam Camp- bell, a young white boy, was also killed Ho- was sitting in a house at Brown's pond when struck Walter Davis and another w lute boy were severely hurt by the shock They woro also at the pond The keeper of the pond, named Larry, was also badly hurt The e'eo tnc car headquarters -w ere also struck by lightning, and for a while mule cars stopped running The air was more heavilj charged with electricity than has been witnessed in Macon in. a long time MACON'S NOW A MIIXIONAIHE. sault and ___ The Amicable Notes Exehanfi ing enti. HUUll T-------, mt destroyed, together with the boiler sheds. The engines and pumps were damaged, but how senousb has not been ascertained. One, of thelargeengmes wasrmned. One of the engines at the new pumping sta- tion is in. working order and pumping six mil- lion gallons of water per day, but this is inade- quate tu meet the'demand, which is ten mil- "rhe new reservoir is empty, but the old res- erv oir on Boiling Mill hill is lull Thegcity is seriously inconvenienced, aa the supply of water js Jess than half of that which is neces- sary, and ono of the new pumps cannot be Sonaccountofabreak. Should a large. flre occur the fire department would be at a very Meat disadvantage. The city authorities will at once take steps to have tte otter en- The Famous Colonel RiUcetts I.ucky Invest- ment In Timber Land. WILKESB VBKE, Pa June 22 B, Bruce Kicketts, of Bicketts" famous battery at Gettysburg, does not care now who is the democratic nominee for governor of Pennsyl- vania He says he is not in the rare After the-nar Colonel Bicketts. bought acres nf wood land on the mountain here for a mere SOUK AV ednesday he sold acres of it to anEnshshsjndicatefor S28 an acre which makeslum a millionaire Colonel Bickctts and his attorney, ex Attorney General Palrner.have left for New York, and will sail for I ondon, where they will complete all negotiations It is understood that Colonel Bicketts will be elected president of the English company, and that the timber will be cnt and sent to market When Colonel Bicketts returned from the war i he at once began to buy up unsettled lands in j Lu7erne and adjoining counties Ha pre- dicted that the day w ould come when these lands would be valuable but the day of fort- une was so long in coming that he was temnted several times to sell his posessions for what he could get Upon one occasion ho was so poor that he could not pay the taxes Colonel fe K Jamison, of Philadelphia, then came to his assistance and the military man and the Philadelphia banker have worked together, as Colonel Jamison was of the same opinion as Colonel Bicketts, that the time would come when tho timber on the land would be in big demand, and must necessarily brine: a big price Colonel Jamison has a strip of land wfiich starts at Fishing creek, Colum- bia county, and meets Bicketts's dense forest of timber at Harvey's lake Two years ago the Lemgh Galley railroad- taoped Harvey s lake, and BickettB's land tripled m value He had an offer to sell then, but declined Ex- nerts sav the timber on it is tho most valuable Sn the country In Sullivan county there are about acres, and in Columbia county about T 000 In 186b, when Colonel Bicketts first began to buy up the land, it was a dense wilderness with bears, deer and other wild game abounding THE THKEJ3 PRISONERS Who are Now Behind the Bars in lawrence- vllle. LAWBENCFVIELE, Ga June 22 cial 5 o'c'ock yesterday af'ernoon the town people thought a revolution was, about to b irbt upon them Every one excitea, and for a few min- utes every business m town was neglected Tho disturbance and excitement arose on seeing a containing a man, woman and a little baby in it, approaching, with a number of men and women on foot, horseback and in bnggios, following It was now known to contain Mrs Taylor, tho lady who haa been so unmercifully as- saulted on May 29th, and the conclusion at once reached by the sheriff and the [citizens was. that the people had brooded over this out- rage until patience had ceased to bo a virtue, and that the purpose of the crowd was to at- tack tho jail and demand the three imprisoned negroes whom Dunlap colored, had confessoll were the guilty parties There -were a num ber of people from the district of the lady's residence, and that where Duulap was caught, and as tbe buggy approached nearer the town the crowd increased The excitement for the moment w as intense, and one word from a strong leader would have impelled an attack upon tho lail Counsel for the arrested parties were sent for, and his aduce given, m the presence of a hundred men, and the body bent on avenging Mrs Tajlor's treatment, based upon her weak and prostrate condition, was agreed that Mrs Taylor should not again be dragged from her bed to see another negro, bnt that they should be earned to her by all hazards, and tbe crowd thereafter dispersed The evident purpose of tho crowd was to have the two Atlanta negroes earned before Mrs laylor, but the sheriff had refused to allow her to see them in jail, and that pur- pose would have been earned out at any ex- pense of life or property, had it not been for Mrs Taylor's own present condition It is hardly probable that she will identify the two Atlanta negroes, and whether she does or not Lon Dunlap is in a precarious attitude. Under any event he will be held for trial until the nert term of tho superior court, if the people do nottake his case in their own hands, which ia quite likely ____ Butts County Should Furnish tho Senator for tho District. ___....., Ga, June 22 jiall says while the statement in today's COK- Trruliov that Butts county would probably ndorse kim as their choice (or senator from his district, Butts should famish the senator, [here are quite a. number of citizens in that jounty who wontd make able senators. There eems to be a growing sentiment m the judge's avor and his utterances that Butts should name one of her citizens for the position shows in unselfishness that is characteristic of the nan Jndge Hall does not say he would re- 'use the nomination if tendered him unsought, but it is evident he will enter no scramble for m tonior- The r tar To Succeed Mr. Carlisle. Ky June North was yesterday chosen by the usual succeed John G. Carlisle as repre- a congress of the sixth Kentucky necessary supp r The amount of the loss 1 machinery ia not known. Short on Ice. Ala., June and Botfl HBHTSTIUrE'S JtEWFACTOKTC. In Which One Million Dollars W-ffl he In- vested. HHNTSYH.I.E, Ala., June 22 Huntsville has secured a gigantic cotton-mill, the capital stock of which is one million dol- lars. It will manufacture cotton woolen goods, and fabncs of all descriptions from raw material. The incorporators are William H. Flannagan. of Now York, Godfrey M. Fogg, Augustus H Bobinson and Trevalion B Dal- las, of Nashville, andMdtonHumes, of Htmte- vSe About eighteen hundred hands will be employed, which will require, it isi estimated, eient hundred new residences, and add from three to five thousand population to Hunts- ville -Work begins very soon on the buildings for the factory. by the, i The Augusta Census. AWTOSTA, Jixie is great dissatisfaction at the Angnstji census Ten per cent ot the people met say they were not enumerated. There are frequent in stances of wBote families having oeen mapped. What the enumeration-nnll show is not ob- tainable.lralittnmielarJshortoI tarty fiye Augusta onghtto show. "1 JUDGE HAfl SASB. The Enumerators Will be Sent Over tlio Ground. MACON, Ga June 22 il cen- sus luck has at last resulted in good General Bethune will be in Macon tomorrow aud will mstiuct the enumerators to go their terri- tory and secure tlie na nes omitted. Notwithstanding the efforts of certain. parties to have it done ise. this has heen found necest-arv, and no names will DO sent into unautlurLdod par- ties Such an action was likely to ciuse muca dissatisfaction, and those parties seeing tins and learning Goueral Bert no w v, illins to send the eniimerators back, decided to fop, and are now cUmiing a hand m bringing" about the desired result Maconitcs are at such a disp'ay ol cheek, b.it, nevertheless, tliey are gratified to know that the census be properly taken at last The enumerators probably begin going er their territory again Tuesday Tlie Gars Banning. MACON, Ga., June 22 eleC- tric cars "wlucb were stopped since 5 o'c'ock yesterday afternoon, were started to running at 10 o'clock today The machinery at the works was not injured to any great extent by the stroke of lightning yesterday, and by this time 13 now in running order HE HAD WIVES. Tliey Were All Fretty and Had SmiQ Fortunes CHICAGO, 111 June 22 I a handsome Englishman, is wanted here ont the complaint of four TV ith others throughout the country to hear from Ho had. a mania for marrying, and his taste in women was good, for there is not an ugly Tars Loring in the lot The city of his natu ity seems to have been London When he came to this country about years ago ho brought a dark-ejed wife with him Her name was Esther, and at that time she looked enough like him to be his sister How many ives he had had before is not known, but tho mother of another of the wives says that Esther told ber that when she mamed him m England he was a divorced man. He must have gone into the mamage business at an ex- tremely early age, for he is not more than 30 years old least that was the name he wenfl by here m connected with electric light company in. lew, and. though living with Esther, made Im e to Aure- lia Anderson, tho daughter of a Swedish candy maker, not a block from IhB headquarters ol the Electric Light company In August last the pair eloped to Mendota, where they wera married Aurelia was deserted in a snort tame, however, and is now living Mith her parents, a broken hearted woman Soon after disappearance dispatches from. New Orleans stated that the people in a smalt Louisiana town were looking for a man named Charles J Lormc The village had ordered an electric light plant and Lonng acted as tho agent, bat suddenlj left About thafi had been collected from subscribers was miss- ing, and a beautiful young lady, the belle of the village, could not be found Loring fled to Europe and spent money freely When. England was reached his money gone. Seeking to recuperate bis fortune, Loring naturally enough thought of marriage again. Florence Smith, the daughter of an English farmer, wishes that he had not He represent- t Judge Hall will pu! row's issue of the Moi row Call stating the 'act that the senator should be a Butts county citizen He yields thus gracefully when he tnows the strong probability of gaming the presidency of the A STKEET KADLKOAJ> DEAi, In Wfclch the Augusta Street Railroad Company Has Been Boognt Oat-by Kansas City Syndicate. ACOTKEA, Ga, June is no tangible ervidence of the fact, but the Chronicle prints- the story today, and there as reason to believe that the rumor has some foundation, that the Augusta Eailway com- pany -which is the City syndicate's new Electric Railway scooped the old Augusta and SmnmernBe Streetiail- road. If the deal is not completed, it is be- lieved to he in progress. As wired you several weeks ago, the old hue was bought try the Kichmond and railroad ApA parties, friendly to the system, for the valuable franchises which the has: These new purchasersr rt is r have sold, the- passenger franchise and street railroad business to the Kansas City company. President Dyer, of the Kanrafl City company, declines to confirm tne rumor or make any statement today. ed himself to her as a wealthy Yankee travel- ing for pleasure, and she readily cousentea to become Mrs. Lonng By skilful representa- tions le secured a good part of her father's possessions to pay traveling expenses. They came to America Lonng again came to Chi- cago. This was not many months ago When he had gone Florence discovered she, too, was a grass widow The fifth wife, whosa name is not inown, lived with him a short time in Lakeview, but what became of her ia a mystery Sha faded fromfagbt This Mrs. Lonng was tan and sweet-faced, with dark hair and brown eyes. When Esther heard of Leung's arrival in Chicago with Florence Smith, she secured, warrants for his arrest and that of Misa Smith. Lonng fled, however, having ieard of the plans for TUB apprehension, buthasbeenloeatea in a m the northwest, and the polica nave sent a man after him Miss Smith was left here without a cent, butis being cared for by an English woman who knew her in tha oW country. Esther will also see that she does not want, and wfllnos have the warrant served on her. She will make a good witness against the itekle Xioring. TBS A MPBPEBEB- AKBESIEO. He {abound With.Two SuHet-Holes In Sis Body. WAXCBOSS, Ga., Jane urikjuowu aegro who1 murdered young Cnlpep- yer last Tuesday evening, which, appeared in. arrested at Screren at 10 o'clock, tonight with, two nfle-hulletsin. ISsfcoay. r Eesult Easehall Games Tta Hacca. Al Athletics 8 base hits 11, errora S Syracuse STbase htta 5. errors 5 Batteries MeMaSionandKobinson, Morrison and Rochester. 7, hase tats 10, errora 1 HtgraaM, Blannelt and -McGulre, Daily ana BAtColnmlra3, S, base hits c, errora 4. Columbus 4, teseMtsll, errora 2. Battenes- [second game] St. toAe hits terrors 3- Columbus nits Bamsej-andJIunjan; mancr ami SPAPFRf villes.tase tats- 5, errors 2. J3atterie3--Healji ind WelcJij "SPAPERJ   

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