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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               JL JLJL.H >i _JL VOL. XXL ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 3O, 189O.8 PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'EULBISOJMFAYOBS IT. k f BESIDE T A X fO I S FOB XSE t A IT NATIONAL ELECTION BILL j msn It Lrnmoi'iitely tlpon Kecoli Opposition -Other Gossip. JUDGE ulu, ....._ "atelrainst the passage of tho force bill northern democrats, dunug tie past and tho fait that the thinking I republicans have likewise opposed cartons measure o caused a c iivi 1 m tho n publ can front Indeed a Riore of u, ib icms who nilMCe of the uthorii repre oulames slould Iw tiWn in preferoico to Tom 1 and t ab t Lodge, who know 1 ib ut lio southern sitna 'nm bol oe tin s it! oni members are l, it bhoul I be done and of bolt nS from Keed s an, Vi.Kmlo tohave-Bcttkiiitd tell but lie t aftorl ganett it c i T" EsinEvT Bei 1 ls tnnu im ._i u Vet re it i, too ate k it ami t >U1 t speak out in r of ul 1 li tented in tHe MSO." TothsMr Harri u replied I shall sign it without II'. 1 I want mimber of the ub- I it 1 and tl e ,.'i- lint think there 13 lei011 tin in is eiJier ha' 1 or e be it w Read to tlie Turner Rights of the Citizen. CHICAGO, June 29 ten thousand peo- plo assembled today to w itnoss the annual games of the Turner societies of Chicago, listened to a letter which aroused decided Interest It w as from Judge Murray F Tulloy, one of the oldest and best known jurists in the city The letter was addressed "To the Chicago District Turners, as members of the Personal Rights League The letter say? 1 refrard jour organization as one of the most important fact >rs m the preservation of the nhir of tlie puiplc now existing in tins country rile plXbirvat on of personal rights the main t tin mie of lihcrtj are incontrovertible terms Just so far .is the individual is deprived or bis personal right-- iiiit'to that extent is he in sla-vm Kverj law -whuli directly or indirectly fort uls the exercise of or abridges man s pi rson U deprives him to that extent of Ins hi whin such an abrld0eimnt of iial tb is m tfor the boiietit t all the people it bitouna un But tlie dm "er to liberty is not so mueli from umqn.il or legislation a9 it io from the ignoring ol urittun laws and ex eintivo tilt and autboritj lint Lranti I tin. here as m this of the] )'i eaneston bare icion and with utwirrantp r nns not fouml m tbe act ot w ht-n i ohce undertake to lie termini, w U shall ami w h shall n t meet in i i n public asaeml 1 lui to discuss p liticnl or econouiM nueoti lib whin dft r im> huuilred Jiaraotlib in tins country L citm n is arrcsw il without wirrant lonsigmil t> a iris n nil 1 ir elcht Ion' rieent casL m conniilionwith tli djiiimtte 1 omb fi mid at m t m i mm lilted Irom lorn mumcatniK w itli bis IrieiiJ- denied tin prli ll n cell is opineu un 1 thi niters of the law imistt d to "how imsewh> t1 s ol a utiztns nil tlit chn-f omoer ol i ollce makes the rt turn to thi f 11 e m in s w rit ot habiaa c ir i us that i e irristed this citizen upon tho letter of the unkiiow n parU and detained the citizen in SHE FLOOEED HIM. .EXCLXKMEXT IN A. BAPTIST CJBTITBCJZ A.T JJOFC.E- EXCEPTIONS TAKEN TO A SERMOW. Jlev Mr. E-aFerry Preaches a Crow Does Not Like Portions of It, and an Argument Ends in a Quarrel. sli rt a d tho president not only the bill 1 osse 1 but he w ants it done ,0 that the i r> it southern outrages, isediu cingress onal cam fire the northern heart and d stract from the queir reiord of thepaUy the bilker quistion i congress on 1 the THINK IT V VICTOU1 latter ib i g It is ir no its neci lum over BHme a the bill with all h s [i-nir vatsll for Mr Hirrison lias all al IU advcwate of a f Krai e ictiou aw to to the nuh w is 111 the a Mib. he w is e e tc 1 and he im as 1 e tinned it, at the beginning of 111 i us' NOT KL1 OV Thetalk o! Mr B ui o resv 111 g becittso S lendo llj to those tl J l rib ntinlTt. 1 kosh Mr Elaine wi 1 r. n i n where he is jrig-ljt.n_ UUUApCB to IC Ultooccirpy the lost n if a chief ok rV. surtil congress adjoun at least Ho a t I r tl e lUution of hi Jtflicy as regards the ir IT rtcuroiitj wit Mr Blame 3 idea is t lefeat the bill m the He ha, no hoi e of us defeat m the Sme but ni h the rei ubheaii laseoate led U .uch men as, Hale and iBiandwith 11 1 E Uuunds a: any change of r Uos he has lecided htjo of CSatraland faoiith Vrntnuu countries ttelfederai election law and it i, tnprobable that he v ill be successful 111 all senators an I me il irs are alread over into tl o unl "t tlie M u Statesman In thi CM t tint Mr Blame turned down there it is pilule lo willge Outof the cabinet in tht fall E W B Tcatiy WELL TAKf Will the Gloriou in while trMiigto nud such unknown partj return tho like of winch Ififon dis .ceil thi rncinls of l counm when a il ruwMiiper enbstitiitcd f jr a trial V v T hen oriRina] pa. k of slaudir und 1 flcation arc bnrlid at the highest court of the 1 etauso of its decision pers nal htb and tin fnedom of v, hen (n aim >st artic e ot ol ink ard ilothinc a flcticious price is mule means uf unl iwfut trusts and combin ti ue I n >t onlj ito call a halt but also ti xtabiixh Terse nal lliphts I eagues in ever; hool district m every c 1111115 "crj o 13 union proclaim it to the nrstdutj of every, itizcii to ul o> the 11- .ether he be an olHcial or private citizen de in 1 that there sliall bo the absolute equalitj of s.0 citizen before this law WALK. OtT TOMOKKO-W CH ITTANOOOA, Tenn June21 The neighboring suburb of Boyce IB all tora up -n ilh a sensation which 13 absorbing the social and lehgious circle of the entire com- 11 unity George LaFerry is a well known Baptist divine -whoso efforts in bringing souls to lopeiitance have oil more thnn one occasion received substantial recognition Friday iiijht ho hold services m libenezar Church at Boyco A large congregation, em- bracing tho best people of the town, was present Kev LaFerry preached a wholesome, substantial sermon of the Spur- geoii type and tho trite truth seemed to sink deep into the hearts of his hearers Just as he finished Ins sermon a tall, robust female aioso from her seat and advanced toward the pulpit Tho congregation immediately rccog msed her as Mrs Form Crow, ife of a lead ing lesidoiit of Boyoo Mrs Crow has long been prominent as a leader at the religious meetings which arc held from time to time m 10 dcv out little suburu THE PKFArVKR KNOCKED DOWPt s Crou stood in the aisle until the beiie- iction was pronounced T lien she advanced oward the pastor and with eyes flashing fare )Ogin excepting to the doctrine he ha 1 been re ithiiig The twain passed down the aisle o the door, preceded by the congregation and iigagol m a vigorous polemical iscussiou Suddenly the shrill v f the woman rang out on tho air the woid "ho The bjstanders looked ID lust m time to see the woman s right arm shoot forward like a catapalt and land on he minister s neck LaFerry fell like a log It w as a ck 111 knocV dow 11 LaFerry despite us cluuculB call ng for a stone The oman s husbiiid cned out For God s sako Elder I al erry, don t hit my wife' Her  bowed spectacles The pockets were rifled and turned msido out but an inside vest pocket, fastened with safety-pins, lad not Seen examined and in that was a common Seen examined and envelope containing In the bushes near other EBSOB OR THEFT? TBX QUESTION jLBOVT INCIDENTS DURING HIS TRIAL. Hemingway's tittle Speecfc Before Sentence Was Prosecutor Miller, and Proclaims His Innocence Ue Great Strike of the Miners Around Kirmineliaiu BIHMINOHVM Ala, Juno 20 n luesdAj July 1st tho bluest strike e uown in this section of the country will b laugurated Six thousand minors will g nt and 000 or 4 000 furnace laborers w ill b e forced out by the minors' strike truli he union served notice on the o-nncr ud opcraters of the minis that unless ail ac ance of ten lir cent on ull classes of wor as mailo on July 1st a strike would be o erect At tl o same time tho men at ever nine m the state were ordered not to wo fter Tune until the aili ance w as graiite i 1 n new c ntiact signed -y estenlav a meeting of mine ami funmc owners was, held in thib citj >iid it -w e 1 n .t to pay the tin i cr Jceiit a Tlotunaie owmrs allied ti shut luniacos pending a- settlement oi sin vo mil 11 aid tlie im.ie oponlori m re in" the niUauco The liessemer nillinj mil at Bessuner oOO 111011 and tho ibama null at (.rate e ill employing-jO shit 1 wn for tw i mouths in 1 tne mt" arc leaving for tho north oil their nnal v ac it on Seven of the tw ontv three he furiia. i, in tins district arc alreadj out o' >st for rei airs in 1 tl e others, will begin bank, their Jires, t miorrow The 11011 manufacturers say tliey i lirtle. bv si uttni" down a few -weeks lea on I lie 1 cause of tho strike is the sli lni" iclie "Inch has been paid for two jrU ,1, "his district The scale vvas based on noiil-.s ner toll for inmiuff coal purpose of robbery Some'suspicious characters who had been aboat town during the last lour weeks at once came under the observa- tion of the omcers, and soou afterward a woman by the name of Ford was arrested and a httlo later her husband, Charles Ford and H C Carr were taken into custody Minnie a girl of doubtful reputation, was Iso arrested and the police are reported to be fter one or two m >re parties w ho are sup osed to know of the all air The coroner s nry mide a paitial examination and then ac) onnied to await the rwt-iuortom, which was made by three phjsicians who withhold their testimony until toram tow The noinan has made a confession to the tatea attorney that her husband dealt the atal blows but how much more she has told cannot bo learned The e> idence against the parties is alreadj most couclusiio as a bloody .andkerchief as found upon JVIrs iord antt she was seen to throw a note-book which had been earned by Moore into the gutter and upon the person of Oarr, Moore s watch was cound n as obtained this afternoon, and the police bein busilv looking for a man named W illiam O Bnen, who is supposed to have gotten away with the contents of tne wallet thiown away this morning by Mrs Ford It is now supposed to have contained in the neighborhood of 000, recently col lected by Moore No efforts are bung spared by State s Attoiney Blake and Marshal Breii nan to complete every possible link of evi officers took Mrs Ford to the seen e of the murder this afternoon and she told the n the story Moore had met her in the morning at the north end of the bridge and inade an appointment to meet her m the park i. .the A TOR3N ,V Coloi AT C Vtl ATIN and Sev JACKSOIS., Miss, June trial of ex Treasurer W L Hemingway, which has justjjlosed, was m many respects, one of the most remarkable in the annals of American courts The trial lasted ten days, and was from the beginning full of interest Throughout the entire Co'onel Hemingway deported himself in a manner to command not only the respect but the confi- dence of everybody Even that most austere of men. Judge Chnstman, who sat upon the bench, told your correspondent he er saw anything like it, and it was not possible for him to have an opinion about Cblonel Hem- ingway's case said Judge Chnstman, "I have an opinion but in this matter I have absolutely none And so it with everybody one would meet JXo- body knew anything There was, however look into a mirror you wiU see tho face flf a perjurer' TL.US he on -for three faocfgt and nobody movea from their seats. Tuo speech was pronounced matchless rneloquoncsF unequalled in power, and Miller the hero of the hour Throughout the entire Colonel Hemingway remained unmoved and listened to all the tirade of abase heaped upon him without flinching or shtrvrang any evidences impatience His manner that of an old man whose years sug- gested no dishonor, and whose plucky spirit showed no inUoiation to wince under fiie- The ]urv retired and remained out all "Wednes- day night On tlie first ballot they stood eight for guilty and four for acquittal Thus they remained until twenty minutes before they were called in at 9 o'clock Thursday morning; the lour who stood out lor acauittal cime over and signed the verdict of "guilty as charged in the indictment" The jury- recommended the defendant to tlio mercy 01 the court and there was a dramatic scene when Judge Chnstman asked the accused 12 he had an> thing to say Colonel Hemingway stood up and remarked that he believed theto was nothing necessary for him to say That judge was about to proceed, -when Colonel Heioiiign ay interrupted him and began a little talk of five or six minutes He said ho was not guiltv, had taken the state's and time would uinocenceC He had asked for tiu e but Kid not had enough etc Tlien reviewing some state- mSnts made outside of the testimony, he turned and remarked aiic ill it t> this >lebi at' ourtli Juno 1' debate on t: tmff tall will probab y i ot begin until Monda WneitTreek i nation bills will occui of the senate a. great part of tl TOiafc. Of the general bus i ess the bill f r f aSmissionof Idaho has the iirst place on t calendar, and Willie taken up nt the carho Ojportmilty As Fr 1 iv is 1 ourth oflJulv senate will prooablv a Ij urn from Tluu TOtalMonday The hoi n. has its work Jnhawl and as tho i r babihtj that this aoaof congress will be unusiiallj protractc lias now become prarticallv a certamtv the: iastrongdeaire 011 the part of members to lake advantage of the Fourth of Jul> "Wmmg on Fr-Jav to secure a vacaticu a few da> s lum the heated term Itespeaker himself favors adjourning over "until Slondav The house therefore has one legislative dav otilj 1 tho coming week atits dLsposal the hrb three dajs uti ler the Tula, being set apart f r the further considera tfflnofthe feleral i lection bill The rules Committee has c" i lercl M hat it shall do Tnth this one daj (11 ursJnj) but bus not j et tiefirately decide 1 vvl sha 1 get tlio Sonsflt of it The probability is that the committee will report a rule setting apart aaayforthe di posal if the. Turrey baiikruj tcy IH1, but there are otl er measures being pressed lor early action an 1 f rieii Is some one 01 more t'-thern, may m luce the committee to defer of tho Turrey bill and give the them There is also a possibility of a in the cssioua1 programmes and an loxpected debate on s me appropriation bill, iference rei ort or some other at present jifaiowiiobstacle n aj delay the final -vote on 9 election bill unt 1 Thursday instead of adnesday A. I.OL1SIAN4. KIOT. fortVifvo cents per ton for mining coal when iroiivval do lars per ton at the furnace wl n a Iv ance or decline of five cents per tonforevcrj dollar per ton iron advanced or declined The men claim they have not been fairly treated under this contract and refused S'rciievv ,t They also claim ten per cent, the nees of mining is too geuoral advance of ten per advance to apply to all xinrk such as timbeniig They ask tne opfratoSJoentointoa contract for two vo Months at the ad, anee of w hieh il Climeli cral l-oisciiis Killed ToiisvllLF June Ji V special to th Courier Jouinal from Gall itin Tonn says A. terrible tornado passed over the northern pait of Gallatm this evening at 5 30 o clock lasting about five minutes It couUl bo heard some distance A church of the 4frn an Methodists was blown to pieces ai 1 tho f caved in on tlie c tinu Tl eir M i earns and cues, cou] 1 be hoird i nreat distance Ten taken from the del us, tw o so ternblv ci ushc I by tho roof and fillin" tnnbcrb that llicj are djiug C.imville Blown the minister vv is bvdlv crushed in tho pulpit Among the wounled and crppkd Ann Mm tin and Mrs Maij H ffmdn. auiJvuig. Galboxt. Wood ford and child Hnrtou Mary lowrey o child ot Jvimiic Sajei-. Granville Brown and others All the (loci >rs of the tovv n w ere soon ill n tho ceiic an! almimstercd to the dying 111 1-no mdc 1 Tic chinch was filled and how am esc aped is a miracle Cnllatlii s public school was damaged by a part of the fiout blowing in but the loss is not scni us renoi g ami trees were swept bv the storm and in many puvate residences c u pots wero blown frem the floor ami turni turo smashed into kindling wood ISO other loss of life is reported up to 9 o'clock The tmiado took a southwesterly course, and a ery heavy ram fell during the time HE WILT, HANOI D Covornor Bejects a retitlou for Commutallo S C June 2 governor yostcrd ij acted on the petiticii for tho commutation of Josiu and Armstead Jones tho twojoung brothers who wire sen toiiccd to death for the murder of tlier stop- mother The ere sentenced to be hanged On account of pal..---- girl was -with Carr Ford wero concealed skirt the hillbide 1 onl ,nd O Bneii and the bushes which came up to Moore- slurt the hillbide lord camo up to and "imamled SoO and Moore struck and kicked him, knocking him down At this I inay be sen' to the penitentiary and I ncrwhen I approach judg- ment bar of God I may be sent to hell; may die there, ant as he was returning to h s home IPRtrEKKLB PfcATH TO BISeKACE A Man Acc ot Hi A. KV Conn self. Juno 20 -Luoien j orrT onoof New S most prominonfc the city VF L HFMINGWAT while tho verdict may be right under the law there is evidently sometlm 4 co" nectel with the shortage of the i 000 b) far with all the piles of OMdenre br light out m the trial no 0110 has hoHcl the 11 Was it in incorrtet sj stem ot look keeping The hnest procurible experts brides a e jm mittee appointed by the ksj.slature and  ncj gone -uid no en IMPS re sib'e tliit prove l fiSe fig inns that di 1 not show a coneel v-iteiu of (i Inch the treasure--w ci titled The no Know ledge of commercial intr racies know mg absolutely nothing about finance, and naturally incapable pe.sonal v mamg- g such an imiortant work bull his y Murpliy, Knocked Out in a Battling Flglit B YORK, June crwd of 200 sports witnessed a prize fight_at warm weather was checked ,mewhat this afternoon heav are pronounce Louis ARBESTJ5D AGAIN. a Negro, some' which Mrs. Sigma Arrested at Greenville, S C GBKKVVH.LF, S C, June downs, and Kellywas declared tho winner A JOKE OJilsCHNEIDER. is Arrested at a Chnrcli Dedication w.tleverypjssible diligence soug Tsed "the state s monev, have failed and this mystery Even__e oqueu who bos Miller I and wno u p p i TTeminEw-ay am lie was to saj but I trust that I -will never sink to the level of that man there1" pointing to Prosecutor Miller The scene was a powerful one He then referred to certain charges made by Miller and the judge pronounced sentence of e years m the penitentiary Up to the rendering of the i ordict Colonel Hemingway was pleasant and agreeable, and no one seeing him move about the bar would have imagined that he had the care of so awral a trial on his mind His brother, the supremo court judge of Arkansas, came over and spoto to him a whispered word Then the con- victed man's handkerchief went to his eyes, and he wept bitterly It was an awful pic- ture Oi e of his beautiful daughters was dowrt town to hear the verdict and her lamentations! were heart-breaking it is said Mrs Heming- way also has taken the matter with desperate feelings And so, this old and respected by nine children, and the country full of his relatives anA friends is saddled with a crime which the fu- ture alone must decide in placing the blame upon the proper and ed shoulders Tile of a Judge Leaves a Case in a Fecaliar Predicament. Va June 20 death yeste-day of Judge E H ot the Richmond chancery court will necessi- tate the reopening of the celebrated Bettio Thomas case For se eral weeks past Judge FitzhnKh had been engaged m hearing tho argument of tho en law era engaged in. this caso The argument closed a few days ago and the deceased had taken the papers w rite out his-opmion The plaintiff is a young colored woman, and the natural daughter or. W A Thomas a retired dry goods merchant, who died without a a or so afro leaving an estate valued at about a Quarter of a million dollars This natural claims that it was the men- tion of tho deceased to will her all of the nor- sonal property w Inch is the bulk of the estate. Thomas s relatives contest this claim, and are making an earnest fight against it Both si tes ha e employed the ablest counsel cit> to defend tl eir interests It is assiimed that the Joi emor is ompo verot! to -ippornt the successor of the deceased -judge until the meet- ing of the leg slature The Uw, however, is not pcifectlv clear on this point Whoeior may fill the place will have to go over tna Thomas case aBain from the beginning in- cludin" the arguments of the big array or. counsel and tho testimony ad- duce 1 at the recent trial ______ an Embankment KIM.AS tin Mo, June special frmi NcMJa Mo savs A Missouri Pa- c I c passei tram was wrecked five milea from 1 ere at 5 o clock yesterdaj afternoon by the si reading of tho rails on a sharp curve. 1 hree coaches were precipitafed down an em- bankment Two people wero fatally and tnentv seven more or less dangerously hurt. A S] i e al tram, bearing surgeons wont vr their relief Crushed Between the Card. BiK-vtivGHAM Ala JuneJ 29 irow J Dunn a brakeman on the Lonis- villeandlsoshMlle railroad fell between the carsoiamoMivjtrun five miles north city at noon today and was crushed to death. His bo iy was mangled in a horrible manner. Dunn u as for twel e j ears a conductor on tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad Ho wasabouS forts yeaa old and es a wife, but no children ______ Tlie BTpIon Business ALBANI Ga June watermelon business is absorbing much attea- no time to think of politics in Mitchell count} said Major B J Bacon. jesterday e are too buij ov cr melons bald a I ronuiient Macon drummer Tha merchants ilong the lines of railroad in this seeti m are too nuch engaged in shipping melons to even talk about buying .goods. Bald X, pon cgroes "VTlio Had Made Blan Killed. -HILE La Jiino trouble between whites and 1 icks 111 this parish culmi- d Saturday morning in a raid upon the it negroes of tho place in Inch one of JlTrfas killed and two others wounded ge Howard, tho man killed hid been town by tbe men, who numbered --200 He took rtfuge in a garden and he refused to sxirrender, was shot the Ects also >ui ding two other negroes 3 other ba I were whipped and dto o town ind arms were taken or more negroes suspicion S conct rued 111 recent throats igamst hites and on a coininitteo ol thorn. AVitli Arson. ALVESTOX Tex Jane 2J and cHeidenhoimer two of Galveston a 7n and woalthy Hebrew citizens were ar iyestei 1 iy charged with arson in burn- e oil mills last April, of the Texas Stan Oil company of wl ich Sampson Hoiden is president and the largest stockholder estimated ilue the plant is about "'OO, and insured nearly up to thia amount -aill was in the oil trust, and not doing a -table business The insurance companies ting all not as should have been, insti- ivestigations, resulting in securing aflS. rom several operators of the mill to that they saw Sampsoa zaside; the th a light just before the fira issued on T One affidavit Sampson, wasf T tnfK-torcli Tlpon theBf affldifcvita oled off the atmosphere to a consi .tent but there is still a great deal t the taken to the supreme court, oral months perhaps a year, before the ena is SiheS Colonel Hemfngwaj haa emplojed from Mobile Mr Douglass, who is to make a new and complete set of books IO Jt_ 10 ri The this section men have the neld A Marvelous Feat. sewer yesterday, he followed .d ,ue to neyfound a tew apparent errors, they were "et aide by the jury and the afore- mentioned verdict rendered Colonel Hem oday.tworebultmg fatally A SPBCIiL HULI. Indiana, and the western rrarti see and Kentucky it 13 said, confessed Rpt fire tothebuiicUng Chattauooga to hnng Schneider here A Tennessee Storm. NortH Carolina Dentists. KATKIGH N C June 20 secretary, KemsviUe, urer, Salem, J g and J t Durham ?erf'STelected to memhership on the state ex- boardjtoraterm of three years. ConnectSutwiL Hold Its Own. HABCTORD, Conn., Jruie sent oul likely to is i J Irom, rj- "''I'1 teiwnJW full representation. THE 1YAKM SPEU. Unprecedented "ta life that period tie tthas twflnly-fiye ofa u tYnrtv TnllPS from mv, comity followed in the wake ot the wind Baseball Testerday. Between Toledo and ureltaai -vTi m Most of the outside commiinoll ecalled their drummers and quit the defense ,O provts tte Verdfct, which will make tue appeal come up again m September Me and proved beyond a doubt the peneci ratlirSy ol the ex treasurer they were unable ison, who assisted the district i clear and forceful argument, Rtnkins closely the facts in the testimony tKTm-vioritv Then Miller got up and began the side for the prosecution. The court house jnng within an he poured mflnence the enclosure which he called a stal_, Bw'am'a dKta5ncePoI over twenty-two m'les- With the exception of a bruised shoulder lie was all right ._______ A Woman t nnwjrcUally Beaten. B4L.FIGH C June Madron an i liotic negro rnan narnedDaJtoa was mercilcs'.li oeaten by Fanny Durham, a notorious woman, on Vednesday People "eiT to Fanny's house, threw guano sacks over her head and beat and kicked her nearly death She is said to be in a crticat coo- Stion Whether her assaitente were male oc female, white or black, ia not known, but it is supposed they were negroes. A. Cnicfcen Pie. f AI.BA-VT, Ga., June 29 Columbus Southern railroad is keeping mat- ters lively by organizing numerous excursions from Albany to the city of Eprndles Onflia Fourth ol Juiy Columbus will tor? as one the {inducements a jnammoQt. chicken pie Said pie will be seven icetlong fivo teet wide, and will contain betweeuits crusts ten dozen chickecs For a. ffjartcl thtt hungry excursionist is attowett a nll-np Uoia this huge pastry. _______ f in California. SASTA EOSA. Cal., June 29 shocks ol earthquake mommcat 135o'clock. you con verdict ot goaty" sou   

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