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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               xxii. ATLANTA, GA., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 11, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TILLMAN. i OPPOSE THE TILLUAN PEOPLE, Original f the i. July 10 ,nly ten igo by ex- Sui remc Court Alexander l and most num over gathered m t county in There w ere 4J5 dele profession and binch i ors w ere largely m 1 r. of the present 1 the rhxigeb made c irui t and who for the ralle I convention to hi- rt with prido nd r i ly demoeiats i ben the cry of lib- IL i a I stood be fore them ti 1! in 1 then as a member MO in (f the 0 0 Xillman an 1 hi; 1 come togetlH r .o i le tQ The, COLONE1. fFADE TALKS toae lrfer It ____, would act ,f principles of the wlu h _ E Tillman wl en 1 all over the sta e Uarges oui i.y and corruption neral assembly with call upon good citi neither seek A Heated Expression of Opinion from a Georgia Republican. WASHINGTON, D C July 10 Colonel E C Wade one of the host known and most highly respected of Georg a repub- licans, has surprised his friends here by com- ing out in on Intorv 10 in tho Post this morn ing, in w hich he savs, in speaking of the force bill 'By ill means us tho law It is the very thing the needs most Election frauds e boon tolerated long enough my county for example It 13 Chatham couutj, in which I lived for forty years, and its populat on if, about and its ex- tent ig forty iri7os one way and fifty the her In all this largo county there but ono "votng p'ace nml that is in the iurt house in on tlioj Sai. annali foiti units', irom tho on tho her bide of tne county Tins outrigo was erpetrated by a democratic legislature of gia by abohs.1 ing- e'ght country precincts nd ostabl shin.; o. ly t'io ono in the city. iLreby dis, f ranch is i ig 10 000 republican ou see that it is impossible for all, or ne half of our citizens to -vote under such on Cement and not less than 10 000 the had to quit trying to cte owing to the brute forco with winch aie met in tr3iug and the certain tj that umbers of them will be killed A LIBY APPOINTED Mrs Susie G Gntchell was today appointed mistress at "Washington, Ga Colonel Joe White of Augusta, has been heio three dajs arranging to the Marine and at the carnnal celebiatum in Vugusta us winter Ihe chances success The larine bind is the finest in the United States, ad it will ilono draw a large crowd to Au iista His plan is to have them march in the recession and then g %o three concerts OLLECTION OF M YMfl VCTTTRINQ STATISTICS Superintendent Poitorhos appointed the fol special agents to collect statistics of lam facturts Foi tho Census Meyer Co- mibus Ga S W Copelaml, Dahlonegi a ChailesB Thomas Ga Josse V Glenn, Dalton, Ga J M Hodgson, Ath 113 Ga WINTER Iiftflv The Tilhn i iit> w I i e claiming to 'fence He dci i it i chxr e a" a the 01 la of tlie jjt i not be n a ie brttncdeu.oc ats, nd hicii should be re Barn-en of Cbirleston declare! T, foam should n be of feoiith olma ami a ho i e to h mse e ass the JL n i e The ad red to tpm irow when J Tesolur-oii" e c be reported on ra is great excitement and cnthus asm uk-aDivisionofthTr ckct the Bern ocrats BALEIGH N C Julj oriaeis1 al mnce of New county t just done snmr> 11 which is exciting ameat Two renr s nt es of the alliance Beared before I it, d n craUcerantj oxecu tue committee i 1 for a conference the object of ic tj TCHTO rei tioaon I o state an 1 w rt of the conn ittte which, wag like B transmitted Shields, of Jfew Orleans, offered the fol Q scnatp inj; refined t consider tbc veto of the go t-ru r on house bill "No 214, li oil ar amen li lent to the constitution itc two tlnrus majority of al' members elc ti-1 to both houses, am ke acioQ ot tlie senate denjmg tne or of the go1! ernor aconst tniioi ondment is in entire   civil pohcy wil be sufiicientl the republicans in foimula it a subsequent caucus to mce R tuation L Speeclicg "Were vVa, Jalj tub the leading democratic o it the farm of Piesideut Be on to and other amus IM speeches were made by Hon Tazewell Ellett Jacob Colin Dead July 10 lawyer ol this city and a died today at Bock- Report of the of Afrricaltnre About IHe Crops. "VVASHrNCTON July Julv -wn ter lieat report of the department of agriculture 01 the crop as ill but its nore uoithorn latitudes It sbo fo i o ad- anco in condition where it w as lo cst 111 Michigan Indiana Ilhnoib and Iissoun, and a slight dtchiie in Ohio Ken uckj tho Pacifif c ist and 111 tbe southern The geneial is 2 rig mist b 1 last month and the reduction is mostly in on commercial districts, the commercial sup Ij states taken together making noar'> the iinie average as in Tune Tho spung wheat average has advanced J to 94 4 llio of tho prmci al f> ates are as follows isoonsn Mm .esoti IOWA 9o Veb aska fcS D J4 JMontans Coloiado 1K> vsli ngton 1 ilven together win'or ,id spring Tvlicit inakeh an er of 62 1, instead of 82 4 last month Returns from the south aro ery unfucra- .o indicating scartclj more tliaa hall of the ull crop The vitality of the crop was greatly mpaired by the frosts Aphis has been cry prevalent on the Atlantic coast and satu rating rains hive been injurious T iese causes e produced a sh r ige of tho straw an 1 hmehng the pit-in with an unusual jrevi'eiieeof rust Fl> aiidclnnehbugapieaied 11 soint thbtiicts A re luctioii in condition during June siejcrted in Kenturkv llio y eld and qnal ty, as tested by the aro tliaii i' nts thin on tho jiouiul lea Is and tho Icirj Ohio and Virginia inan.o sh_ht lediwt ons IN GOOO CON DITION Status of tho Cotton Averages by the Slntts JuK 10 statistical re port for Tune of tlio department ;uie shows in in the status of cotton tbe ff condition having ad frc m 8 to 01 4 b nee tlie previous re turns There was e rally an excess of no sture until about the 10th of June with me weathci since giving an opportunity for the destruc ion of gnss ana for thorough cul tivation On tl e Vtlalitic coast tho crop is generally w ell anced w it is lato in the southwest where planting was delated by the oveiflow s and by heavy rains That which w as planted early begAii to bloom from the 15th to ihe 2oth and in tne southwest some bolls are reported as early as April 30th While tne p ant is in -various stages of advancement from a wide lange of seeding it is now almost 111 variably in the full vigor of growth, of good color and high promise very free from rust, free fiom worms except weak asions of the first broods in the more southern belt The present average of thd July condition has been exceeded only once 111 the last five years The averages arc as follows bv states North Carohni'W, South Carolina 95, Georgia 95, Florida 91, Alabama 95 Mississippi b9, Louisiana 86 Arkansas Ttnnes see Ncailv throughout the cotton area two or tnree weeks of dry weather is reported bu scoicely any injury from drought Since the 1st of July heavy rains have been reported oi the Atlantic coast TO :PBOTFCT AMERICAN INTERESTS United States War Ships Ordered to Central America "WASHINGTON July 10 Information has been at the navy department tha trouble is imminent between San Salvador ant Guateirala, arising out of the recent change o government of tho tormer country It being thought iflahle to e some American wa vessels near at hand, orders were issuei for the steamers Ranger and Thetis, now a San Francisco, to proceed at once to the wes coast of Central America These vessels wil not be expected to interfere in the trouble between the two countries, except in so fa as may be neceesary for the protection o interests and to afford a place o refuge to American subjects in case it shoulc be required No information has been received at thi department in regard to the report tha' Reai Admiral Bolltnap, commanding United States A easels on the Asiatic station.has under taken to protect the king of Corea Admira Bel knap's orders were to take Mr Hurd, the now ly appointed United States minister t Corea, in his flagship, the Swalara and to co- operate with him in that country In upholding the rights and interests of American subjects It is not believed at the department that h has interfered in the troubles between Englan and Russia further than to establish his forco in the neighborhood of the Americanjconsulat at Seoul for its protection in cabe of necessity The Sun's Cotton Review JSnr YTOKH, July Futures opened atanac vance of three to four points on near and tw points on late months, closing steady at an ad vance of three to four points from yesterday closing prices IA erpool came better for th early months and the report from Manchester was qtute strong Then the report from the de ra-tment of agriculture on the condition of th crop on the first of July, putting tlie at 91 4, was an element of strengt. because it was not so good a mam had expected, and there were oronfli re ports from portions of Texas Still most oz tn advance was made in tne fcrst hour of the morn inc uiid for the remainder of the day busines vf is dull The sharp decline IOL this crop at Ne Orleans was ascribed to local manipulation, an had Lttle- inf uencc here Weather reports generall quite a lly good- ctive for Cotton on tspot -was firm an for home consumption. THE MIND TRAINEES ASSOCIA- RCHBISHO'P IRELAND'S ARGUMENT 'e a Paper on tlie State School and. tha Parish Argument oft s Instruction. nee Si PAUL, Minn July today's ses- on of the National Educational association, ie following officers were elected President, E Garrett. Isashville, vice presi- enta, H C infield, Lawrence, Kan V H Beadle Madison, S D Mrs D L Yilliams, Delaware, O J M Baker, Don- or Col T Futiall, Marion, Ark John T uchanau, gKaiisas City, H S Jones, Erie, a Marj E Isicholson Indianapohs, K R Preston, Jackson, Miss E B McElrOy, ilem Ore M C Feernald Orono, fe Solomon Palmer Montgomery, ecrotary E H Cook New Brunswick, N J reosurci, J M, Greenwood, Kansas City, Mo nd a director from each state represented m e com ention An unsuccessful attempt was made by Mr Vail, of Illinois, to substi- nto Dr E C Hew ett, of Ohio, as president George P Brown, of Illinois, submitted a esolution favonrg annual reports on progress i pedagogical observation and inquiry during 10 and it was adopted A resolution regarding spelling reform was 2fered to the committee on resolutions Tho ist subject of the moniing was "Compulsory Their EnforcoTnent Archhishop rcland of St Paul read the first paper on the opic JLho State School and tho Parish a Union Between Them Imposi The archlnshon in substance ill 1 e pern itted to nm ie at once my profes >f falui I declared most unbounded loyalty 0 the constitution of my country 1 desire no avor I claim no lights that are not in conson its Icner i.m! its spirit Tro rights Constitution allow I do claim and in .ni, so I am liut a truer and more lovol Ameri .j Jo the eliihl must be imparted instruction n no mean dcjrret, that tlie man may earn tor him elf an honest competence and acquit him oil r the dutn.9 which societn exacts from him Tor t-5 own ami lirt- llio impaitlug ol this m is j nm nily too function of the child a 111" sta.tL intervenes whenever a family anuotor will 1ic t do uhc work tait is nPetleU Aa is aie tans of thous-mdb of children miglit bo instruct fl if parents reiuaia so'ely in [re oC the duty The state must come ird as aii agent of instruction else will prevail Indeed, in the absence of Lite action there never was that universal in t ruction which we hive so ntirly attained and 1 JUi we iieccssiry In thc absence ol tite nation L helieTO unHtrsal instruction wtiuid countrj be possible Tsotaxis more tP than that ior schools and it should bo d by state offteers lor this specific pur OSP I unreseri cdly state Jaws making ins true iun Instinctioii isso much needed e eh citizen for his mvn sake and for t of that the f at ler who neglects pr M i r i is chi d s Instruction sins against lie eu 1 1 ami A ainst society and it behooves the itt. t ui h 11 Of course firat i u iciplea :iu v n tie f >tten ami since instruction is rima-i the Junction of the i a rent tlio pai-ent n 101 s thc naht t educate li s child in i manner uitilile to pnividtd aiwaj" that the lu iti n puonin this i miner sulhces for the ultei i of child toward 'itlf and o ictj (nmpulst ry education attendance in ao o maintained con ti oiled 1 thc state only when there IB no 'i dance in ther schoo s Uuown to be compo s t impart instruction in required decree The c laws recently enacted in certain tates the union are, to my judging, obaeetion- able in a lew of their incidental clauses These am confident will re vdily lie alte-ed in the ap- iroaehini, seosioiis the body .t laws md their interest in the dircc urn ot hastening among ustmlTersil instiiution am in mobt hearty ipcord Sceulnr n in state school s our urid iml our and I regret that there s j. for the ctistcnce of tli parish cho is iht spir tof the paribhbcuof 1 if n >t the ichool it is witlcfrj read mong iineruan rotebtnnts ind is iiiude V y their deter iinf-d oy position to tho c in of npturo re idmc; ind other escicises from the li 1 ro in riiere 13 d w th thc state school as 1 n cut rgmizel 7lie st. to scl ol it is said, tomls to the cliuiiuation ot religion fiom the muds an tl hearts of tne uth and the countrv is my grievance agnnat the state schools of todaj Believe me tc'-tai t fellow citizens that tain absolutely iincere when I now declare Thit I am speaking for 1 o -weal f. 1 r as well as that of ,uholici m 1 am tholic of c mrae to the 1 tr oi my heart nulhnUniiK and uncompromis n% In m> faith Hut God foih d that I desire to _ee i America the ground which J rotes tan >ct nines exposed to the chilUiig and devastating of uul elief lA-t me be ally in stemming t ie el ling tide of irrehglon the death noil of life and Chnatian ctiizatttn tho fatal foe of the uoul and. of the c untry The state school 13 non relieious- g i ires religion There la and theie can bi n  Taxation without representation is wrong ana while the minority pays school taxes their beliefs should be respected America is to divorce religion and the school although religion pervades our systems and the school was originally religious through and through As a solution of the dlffl cutty I would permeate the regular state school "with the religion of majority of the cnildren of tlie land be it as Protestant, as Protestantism can be, and: would as they do in England pay for secular in- struction given in denominational schools accord- ing to is, each pupil passing through an examination before state officials and in f ull ac cordance with the State programme "would secure to his school the cost of tuition of the pupil in a state school Another plan I would do as the Froteatants and Catholica In Poughkeepsie and other places in our country have agreed to do, to the great satisfaction o: their citizens and thP great advancement of edu cational interests In PougUfceepsie the city schoo board rents the building formerly used by the parish school, and from the hour of 9 a m to that of 3 p m the school is m every particular a state school, no religious instruction coming he tweeu the hoots named, and the school being in charge of the city school board In conclusion I protest against the charge tha the schools of the nation have their enenue among Catholic1? Catholica are loyal to the country, and demand a Christian state school Oscar H Cooper, state superintendent schools of Texas read the next paper on the same general suhiect Mr Cooper holds tha the compulsory education laws contravene tht fundamental idea which is the dominating development of American institutions, viz j minimum of law thoroughly enforced -with maximum oi freedom Bather than compul- sory laws ho favored better schools Fire in. Jacksonville, IFI BuWed In Cincinnati. July 10 was dis- oyered at 11 SO tonight in the storage loft of of Ray- nond JX Knight Co It was on the hird float of the Forayth .street end of he bloofc amongst ruuhish and pack- ng material, and when discovered tad profeably teen smouldering for onrs. The Tmildififf is in the heart of business portion of the city, closely- packed wifch huildinsfs, and as a high wind as blovv- ng, the WlioTe Btteet was in danger, and the merchanta beganu. removing their goods At the firemen succeeded in checking ,he speed of the Hames, and confined the fire o which are badly damaged loss will bo heavy, though well covered by-insurance July 10 smaller of the buildings, known as the Globe warehouse, be- onging to Brooks, "Watterfield Co was, with all burned tonight, causing a Ipssof Tobacco in the collar of the arger wareliouaer belonging to the same firm, was damaged by water worth In the burned buildiDg were stored hogsheads .f valued at 000 All of these -re losses. IjoriUaid Co of New Jersey, Drummond and Myers Co of St XiOuis, .had tobacco stored in the build ng, which, should have been shipped yeater- lay, but; owing to tbe present freight strike could not "be removed The loss on tho build- ng is placed at There is of nsuranco on the tobacco CKARfcOlrotf, N C July 10 disastrous fire-raged allTiight at Gaftney> South Carolina, fifty -miles south of Charlotte, on the Air Line roacU Four large store houses with their contents nere totally destroyed It is supposed to b.ave been started by lightning striking one of the frame buildings The in surance is, not known, but is thought to be very ittle ______ THE STOCK RAPHWLY TAKEN. First Subscription to tho New Chicago StooTt. CHICAGO, July 10 were opened here :oday for subscription to the securities offered hy the English and American syndicate.known as the City oi London Contract corporation, which has secured control of certain packing louse prdperbea in tlus city and Nebraska City, Neb The offerings included shares of common stock, of face of per shai-o, and subscriptions, up to t o'clock this afternoons, -were for shares, shares of tho pioforrcd stock, to winch subscriptions aaiounted to 197 000 shares, and tnortgage bonds to the amount of 000, snlracriplamis to Inch has thus far Thus it will be seen that the offerings have alieady been subscribed for many times over, and it is expected that they will be doubled by the tame the books close on Saturday evening The amount of subscriptions in London, where books opened simultaneously with the opening been learned TETSf KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. nmcs of the New Officers Prize Drills. July 10 supremo lodge of the Knights of Pythias of the world today elected the r supreme ohicers Chancellor, George B Shaw, Eau Claire, Wis vice-chancellor, w Vf Hender son, prelate, Ed L Blackuier of San Diego, Cftl muster of exchequer, S J "Willai, of Wilmington, keeper of records and sea1, El I> C vTvte, of SFashvJlle, Tenn master of arms, Morrison, of San JTrancisco, secretary of endowment rant, W B Kennedy, of Chicago, inner guard, Dr M C Bartwell, of Cheyenne, outor guaid, J "W Thomfbon, of Washington D C Ihe prize dulls wcie continued at Cold Spring park today, the crack divisions of the order making a iine display THE BEISK JMEX 1IGHT Hot Times i HIK, Va JulylO was a refreshing shou er of ram here this after- noon, which greatly ameliorated the excessive heat of the last three days When tlie cloud came up the thermometer was 102 in the shade, and m the factories it ran ten decrees more, while in the state compos- ing room the mercury registered A Kepnblican. Paper Against tlie force STBACDsa, N T July Syracuse Journaly Congressman Belden'a home organ, and a leading: republican paper, in central New yorfc, "bitterly Resents Congress- -----den's appeal to, editors to pasa tbe E, and tells him to tend to his own And tlie Price of ISeor Is Cnt From. to a Barrel CHICAGO, July 10 big fight is on among the brewers of the city, promises to be exceedingly bitter Ihe battle 1 es between the English syndicate and a- number of srnal lei brewers not boen taken into the combination or TI ho c refused to be come partners to it The lesultof the light up to today a drop in the wholesale price of beer from a barrel to but today the West Side brewery reduced the price to S3 50 a barrel It is believed in brewing circles that tlie war will go on until beer will be sold at bs than a barrel The Mlssfssipplans in a Collision. BIRMINGHAM, Ala July 10 A party of 200 prominent citizens of Missis- sippi, traveling as guests of the Georgia Pa- cific Railroad company, arrived here this morning They were taken, in a special train, over the Mineral railroad to the mines and furnaces in this district At Pratt mines this afternoon the special train collided with a coal train, aud several of the visitors were badly injured The collision was a trivial affair, both trains running very slow, and the injured were hurt by jumping from the train The injured are A Vermause, of Greenville, Miss leg broken Mrs J G McGuire, of YazooCity, arm bioken and bruised, Mrs GeorgeHandly, Corena, internal injuries, J Sterner, Bairdb, leg broken Many others were slightly cut and bruised, but not seriously Irart The in jured were brought to this city, where they will be well cared for until they are able to re- turn home Harlea Around tlie Shafting. RALEIGH N C July 10 fatal accident befell Mr John B Satter w hile at the mills of the Nouse Lumber company in Goldsboro yesterday He was attempting to walk along an interior joist, near a shafting; that was making about 200 revolutions pei minute, when his overalls came in contact with, a set screw of the and in an in- stant he -was hurled round and round the shafting His left arm was torn completely from his body, and fell to the floor His nght arm and both legs were broken, all before che engine could be stopped, although it was stopped almost instantly______ The Alabama Terminal Company MOKTGOMEBT, Ala July 10 At the annual meeting of the stockholders o: the Alabama Terminal and Tmprovemom company, at Troy, the following' board of directors were elected J W. Woojfolk, B Joseph, S B Stone, J W Dunmodtc, S Roman, of Montgomery, Fox Henderson Charles Henderson, A S Tenmlle, of Troy and A. C- Sanortis, of New York This com- pany has m view the undertaking of some en- terprises that will prove of great advantage to this section of Alabama, and they ire in a posi- tion to carry out succcssduly whatever they undertake.________ _____ Saved From a Man She Did. Wot 3Loye. RAtEictH, 3S" C Jtdy-10 yesterday Mr Clarence Richards, of Johnston county, and Miss Mary Harp) of the same place, appeared before Rev. D A Tuttle, o Wilson, and wanted to be united on holy wed lock He performed tne ceremony at the resi denceofDr Alberto Anderson The young -lady was to "have been married last night to another man, whom she did not love She told the groom the fact, and he gallantly offered himself, she accepted, ana they at one came here, and are now fcosband and wife. Smallpox at AKTOKIO, Tex., Jtdy 10 "Word reached here from Laredo tms evening that smaTlpos: is raging there, although ever being made to keep the fact quiet j large number of deaths nave occurred, an there are many new cases Bale. GAiiVBSTOHr Tez., July first bal of Texas1 cotton erop-of 1890 arrived las jnjght from XHival. good xmddluM gpod staple, weighed pouiida, and BO] ior WILL MAKE A CHANGS, 'HJGT BKITISEr GA13XNI5T TO BE HURCHILL TO LEAD IN THE HOUSE. mttli to Bo Elevated to tne Ingtoii Offered OiHce, But Prefers to Remain on tlio Outside LONDON, July 10 Press association nnounces that arrangements for a reconstruc- on of the cabinet are making progress It Iso Baya that Right Hon W H Smith, pres- nt eminent leader in tbe house of com- s, will be elevated to the peerage, and that will probably be succeeded by Lord Randolph Churchill as govern- ment leader in the house Lord Hartington as again been offered but he prefers to einam outside He was consulted yesterday unng a meeting of the cabinet, and he ad- ised that Lord Randolph Churchill be asked o resume office Lord Salisbury, the Press as- ociation further states, went to Windsor castle ast night and obtained the queen's assent to tie proposed changes _______ ABANDONED THKia PKOGKAttCSEE The I-eader of tlie Government in tlie House of Coinmous Makes an Announcement. LONDON, July 10 the house of com- mons today W H Smith, government tated that m view of the late period of tho session, tlie government Fad decided not to >roceed with the outstanding order relating to he postponement of the consideration of bills rom one session to another It had also de ided to drop tho Irish land purchase bill and he tithes bill duimjj the piesent session, but :o again introduce them at the next session, which would open in November In conclusion, Mr Smith said he trusted hat before the house was proiogued, it would pass a bill providing for the cession of Heligo- and to Germany the local taxation bill a bill troviding for the housing of working classes, nd the census bill The Carriers Did Not Strike JulylO the fact hat the Postmen's union decided last night hat a strike would be inaugurated today un- ess blacklegs" in the emnloi of the postomce iepartment were dismissed, tho carriers in a )ody this morning resumed their duties as us- ual their leaders ing advised tbern that the present was not an opportune time to attempt ;o enfoice the demands bv a strike A small number malcontents did not report for duty Che postofUce authorities state that they have applications from, men di-siriue; positions sui iciout to fill all may occur The Financial Tanio Subsiding; _ rohTKViDEO July panic hero is ubsidmg Gold is at twenty two premium 'aper is not THE I- N. STRIKE. Che Bi altomen and. Switchmen at Louis- ville Go Out. LOUISVILLE Ky Tuly 300 Louis- -illo and NasbAille bnikomen and switchmen tore out on a strike here last night 4_bout huty officers were on guard at tue main ards and seven at the Short Line Jurds, in the east end of the city The num- ter of strikers Tuesday night -n as 110 brake- men and forty switchmen, 011 the Cincinnati [ivision Last might to fljese were added .03 brakeinen and thirty five switch- men ot the main line Traffic is blocked both jards and on all Louis- and Nashville lines out of the city About one hundred cars of fruit and othfr >erishable articles aie in the yards General freight; Agent Gulp has telegraphed to the owners of through perishable fieight to know f their goods shall be jsold at auction The Jeffersonvilie Madison and Indianapolis road as agreed to handle Louisville and ille but will employ special crews as tbe regular men object to touching Louisville and -.Inillo cars The and Nashville brxkemaii cU m that they are strmkmg on account of their ov, n griev arccs The stril e of the brake men and switchmen on the Shot t Line division was strengthened ast night by the strike of switchmen and arakemen at Tenth aad Maple on the main line of the Louisville and Njshville sys tern With this exception the aspect of the remains unchanged and inactivity reigns at the Louisville and ille and Short Line freight depots Regular trams aro still run- ning, but no freight is being handledgat either place A switch engine in the Short Line yard has steamed up Long lines of freight and empty cattle cars bear silent witness to the amount of trafhc that is stopped by this strike ALIi AI.O'N'G THE LINH CINCINNATI, July 10 general feeling here regarding thc railway situation seems to be that a orisis 13 at hand The Cincinnati Southern, Ohio and Mississippi, Chesapeake down from Lawrenceburg to take the placesof the men who left yesterday Ihe Louiaville aud Nashville got oat a few freight cats, old engineers returning and new brake men being employed This road was obliged to suspend the work of receiving; in order to deliver what had arrived The Pennsylvania road and the Baltimore and Olno kept at work as usual "with a full force of workmen, and both delivered and received freight Another Xarge toekout-. jCBW YOKE, July 10 Clothing Manu- facturers' association, of New York, has en en notice to their cutters that they would be locked out Saturday The manufacturers state that this step is taken in retaliation for the boycott placed on one of their number at Fred Benjamin Co's Over persons ill be thrown out of work Have Ketnrneet to "Work. TOLEDO, O July 10 afternoon about half the striking freight handlers at the Cin- cinnati, Hamilton and Dayton freight house went back to work, and several at Lake Shore A portion of the old; men are back at tho Michigan Central, and St Louis and Kansas City _____________ A TRUIS BH.X, AGAINST JEFFEKEES, But the Trial Has Been Postponed Until the October Term. UNIOV, S C., July 10 ot eneral sessions convened hero Monday last md has been trying some unimportant cases. only ease that attracted much attention State vs Samuel Jeffenes and Columbus Roberts, for the murder of Dr Alexander White, in this county, over a quarter of a entury ago The grand jury returned "no bill' as tor voberts, but true bill' as to Jefferies The ase should e been tried at this court, but! olicitor Schumpert, assisted by D A Town- end and I G McKissick. for the state, askod or a continuance until October term of court, "'he motion, was ably opposed by Major D K. >uncan counsel for Jeffenes, he ask- ng for trial, demanding that irisoner, an old man, and one who iad such a foul charge brought against him, liould have an opportunity to meet it BuO udge Norton granted the continuance asked or by the state on the ground of the absenca of some material witnesses This case is jjustly important on account of lie mystenousness of the homicide At tha line of the most diabolical deed White, the murdered man, when shot, was sitting in faia house holding his baby, who is here now, ng with a detective's skill worked the case against Jefferiea to its present status Jefferies is one of the wealthiest men ia Jpartanburg countj, and he and his counsel 'lave alwajs, since his arrest, been anxious lor trial and ready to meet tha :hargo against him But young Wliita s equally sanguine of a conviction, and says if he is not convicted he is the guilty larty The general impression, while nothing s known of the evidence agiiinst the defen- dant, 13 that he will not be convicted. IHE PREACHER, Yl AS tOVK And Could. Hot Brook tSie Existence of a Rival BIRMINGHAM, Ala, July Afc Avondale near this citj last night, Rev. Daniel Martin, a colored minister, brutally murdered Sam Walker, colored, in a moat sen- sational manner A woman was the cause of the murder Martin had for a long time been paying attentions to Susie Williams He had pro- marriage, and had been refused Walker, the murdered man, has recently been paying attentions to the Williams w oman Last night Walker and tlio gul started to a church supper, about 9 o clock Martin foi- owed them with an ax in his hand and he- fore thes reached the church the jealous min- ster struck Ins m al a terrible blow, splitting us head opeu 1 he gill w as spattered all over with the murdered m in s blood Hartm fled from the scene and has not been captured Marshal Fitzgerald started out m search of the murderer and about midnight saw two suspicious looking negroes looking about the streets He started towards them and they ran under a house he approached .he tLey tired aa him wounding h.m m the head He returned the fire but they both, escaped An inquest on. tlie body was held to- day nnd a verdict finding Mai tin guilty of tha murder w as returned A KIOT OK A TRAIN THE CAPTAIN EM COUKT. Too Htucli dun Punch Was Probably the Cause CHATTANOOGAi" Tenn., JulylO J. Perry Fyffo, captain of the Lookout Moun- tain Guards of the Third Tennessee regiment was bound over to the criminal court by a justice of tbe peace in bond, for assault with arms The story of the ease is that dur- ing the confederate reunion Captain FyfTe de- cided to take a squad of bis men to the null tary encampment via the Union railroad Conductor Webster, who had charge of tho train, refused to move it until tne militia hat tickets, and Captain Fyffe ordered his men to take charge of the train and secured an outside engineer to ran it Bayonets were presented at the breast of the tram men Swords were drawn, guns were loaded a conflict was only narrowly avoided. Although the evidence pointed to the above facts, Cap- tain denies all the allegation. The Prisoners Acquitted. SAW Tex July 10 Tsadore Salinas, the ex-mayor of 3S uevo w audebc ol who -were charged with being rejoin Uoniste, were released Iront custooy their innocence being proven, to tae satisfac- tion, of the Mexican authorities. Urnnken KJJuors Try to Cut a Titan's Throat BALTIMORE Jalv 10 special dispatch to ;he Sun from Charleston W 'says, 1 here are e fears that a serious race war will break out in the ind Brain- well mining region, arising out of t] e tcrrble not occurring on a, tra n on the JSorfolk aud "Western, railioad on tlie emiig of July fath. Befru een two and three hundred .olored miners from Poc ihontas had LPLCU on an excursion on the Blue Stone branch of the railroad and return- ing "H ere under the mtlucuce ot liquor. "While in the cars some of the negroes got into a row with an unknown At hi to man aud were proceeding to cut his throat Detective W Or Baldwin and thioe of his assistants, who on the tram interfered The detec- tives were at once attacked and a serious not Eaisued in the cars, the betts being bioken to pieces and used aa clubs Baldwin terribly beaten about the head and is in i precarious con- dition Campbell another e, was badly wounded in tho side Detective Robin- son had ms right arm broken R fit Baldwin, a fourth detectiv e, escaped !N me negroes were knocked down and one was shot in tho shoulder and in the left inn The train was stopped at Bramw ell vs lieie the c lizens came to the aid of the detectives and probably saved their lives Six of the negroes are 10 THK1.E LADIX.S a Collision at a New York Railroad Crossing iTi GH WITOv, TT July special train pa the Central railroad, carrying Super- intendent Titus struck a carriage containing e ladies at a grade crossing two mtleS north of about 6 o clock this even- ing Three of the Cleveland, widow of ex Sheriff Tiojzicounty; Mrs James Shay and Mrs Avory whitmarsU instantly killed They were thrown fifty feet from the train by the of the> collision Mrs Thomas Beahan and Mrs Har- vey VanDuser were caught in the pilot of tho locomotive and earned some distance They were badly injured, but it is thought they will BARNES ACQUITTED Tlie mud of a Sensational Trial in Cliatta- nooga. CHATTAr-ooaA, Teun, July 10 The third trial of J M Barnes, for the murder of Lew Owens in this city, in January 18SS, ended today in the acquittal of the defendant. On tbe first trial, Barnes was sentenced to five years in the state penitentiary, but a new trial v. as granted by the supreme court The jury disagreed, standing eleven for acquittal The killing occurred in the store of Nix Owens, now KLX Faust, on Market street Barnes and Nix had been m tho same busi- ness together, and Barnes's interest had purchased byOwens. They had a dispute over some bedroom furniture, which Owens claimed he had purchased in connection with tho other goods A heated discussion ensued, followed by a difficulty, which ended in Barnes drawing his- revolver ancv shooting Owens, mtiictmg a death wound The prominence of the parties in business circles made the affair one of interest _______a TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. General Palavieja fias been appointed captain general of Cuba. The locked out cloakmakers in York held a monster meeting in Cooper TTnlon hall last night. Colonel Eeekman assistant commia- aarvceneral of subsistence, was yesterday ap- tjomted by the president to be commissary general of subsistence with the raulc of brigadier general. The thermometer on Mount Washington, 2f H., yesterday indicated twenty-five degrees aboya zero TUe top of Mount V asmngton is white wittt snow and frost. "While the fleet accompanying Emperor "Wjpiffni was entering Cnrfetoana, a gun on board tha Frledrichder Gross exploded prematurely, ter- ribly of the crew It la announced that thfl Alabama Te Improvement company wUI fc Tuscatoosa and Memphis froraMontgomery. Ala., to a connection t 5SsSSosawSthtlIe niuiois Central and Mobile and Ohio railroads. SPAPFRf   

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