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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GAM SATUEDAT MOKNISTG-, JULY 26, 1890. TE3ST PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GOULD'S CRIME THB puLL STORY FROM ENGLAND, ow Heartless I ud to Kuin and t innM> Put Him to Gould s Mother VOBK JuU [Special By the f the ISew "Woild, the follow story concern ng the prettv Mrs Gould, siKHViiiMurul j N wlucn ap- is famished to in the south THfc STOIiS" "The particulars of the k Ih ig of Cliorles Cidconb GouUl by bis 11 fe nt Murphy Iv C wererelatod bj vho on Wesdas Jo'J h 1 tho a> following was e published the st n of her ic iuittal and her reisionof "Todaj ant In ch comes fro n across ocean and t! e >rl 1 s Lonil  !North Caro- lina, had no" becc ii-e public propcrtj 111 the little towu of Traccy in TThen rorrtsj on lent ed at that place galifoiiday At this time tho otld s London correspond eat was instructed to investigate tho hfe ot husband and -wife and now u> told entire the sad tragic of tlie tno Although tho fimilj of the murdered man nad received cabled luformation of the death, and that the wife supi to ct in nutted the crime tbe> hod kept the matter closely to themseh es that not a whisper had leaked out FAMILY HISTORY The Gould or more correctly speaking, the Notcomb-Gould faimlj for that is their full patronymic arc an old in highly respected family m They original 1> came fromahttle town called Stohe-on Teignhead aiteeu nnlea from and close to the source of the tmj er Teign Of this parish the Goulds have I eld tbe ecclesiastical nig lor many generations, and the father of tho fumly tl at is now living nt Bovey Tracey was himself rccttr until he died a fen jearsago Tho Charges Gould ha I been confine 1 fpuror five times in a luuatio asylum, was suffering from a maniacal att-ack at the time of his death All the members of the faooilj are somewhat eccentric One son Jamea !Nutcornb Gould is well known throughout the English prov mees as an actor Another died in 1888, after dwindling from a condition of luntj to one of id ocy another re- sides at tho Knoll -with his motucr and aiatcrs and is Sfld m seen outside of the beautiful and eiteusn e grounds UHfe. fcAIR VICTIM Charles the unfortunate man, v-hose death atMurpi Jv C was the cause of these in tpuries a ne or do 'nel kind, heartetl genercus iiaturtd but weak He had tried lnti liand at many tilings 1 ut liad faile I in all The tl ree aud the sw eet-factd white 1 a re 1 old la their mother are j er feet specimens of the refined, old cd English g n Icwon en Tbe story of Cl arles Ixutcomb Go il 1 bt girm froi i tr e d ito of his meeting the woman who alters aids became his and Bnbbe {ueittlj hia slajei is of miser j 11 vatioii and He 1 ad alrealj tried tea i ai t n_, in C 03 Ion raiiin., m 4.us traha and I d gginp in uth Africi but had ret rno 1 to 111 1S7J an n Good iiurs n0 at hou e put h iu o i Ins feet agan and lie detenu i L i to try Cejlon LI ce more In tic fill he st irtetl with a fresh capital lied by his lainilj and with a contract of ip with a already out tl ere s this tune seemed pEomioiiig HIS MEPTING ITU LILLIAN But Ct artcs was of a susceptible uatuie On the steamer he 11 et f uscinatiug woman who tod h m tl at her name was Phillips and that she was the ow of a rich Indian whose she 1 ad been home to burj titat she was Eon on 1 er w i> back to India, w here climate and c ist< ms. were more congenial She was Verii fascinating quite Gould fell a m to lier charms, engaged, luuiself to her on the ship and immediately on their arrival at Co ombo they were mar- ried From this time forward Gould, s troubles increased tenfold As a bachelor, lie escapade offceted 1 alone, hat now there Were tv, o H ontus to feed two interests to e First of a 1 the partner on hear ag of the mariiase and seeing the bride, in tituted some inquiries which resulted in his refusing to ratify the contract Then Gould had to shift for himself, and m the face of the hardest luck and some cruel scandals, con corning his wife, he managed to keep up a little home and in it a child was born, which fortunately did not live At last Ceylon he- came uncomfortable and once more they re tamed to England and took lodgings at Bovey Tracey, near the Gould family HKRE SHE TURNS LOOSE Here the true character of the woman be- -ame at once apparent. The simple cpuntry tolk of Bovey, with several of whom your cor respondent conversed were scandalized "bej ond measure at tlie vision of beauty which ran amuck through the thoroughfares, and. spent as much of her time as possible in the tap- rooms of tbe little old country inns, and, that of a fish wife in Billingsgate She dressed in a most eccen fashion her bare arms covered with bangles, her costumes smothered m tawdry udian jewelry it not to be wondered that aa ladies of the Knoll found this moie than could put up with Charles, was the te son and brother, and for his sake Pery effort w as made to bring his wife to a sense of propnetj but it seems to have oeeu. useless, aiid the members of the family say taej soon discovered that Lillian was an. in- Arable drunkard Then it was proposed, that Pair should go abroad again LILLIAN W4.S V DKVII. When the arrangement was made known, jnetecame tho first ebullition of a fearful Diaper that the family had seen. Hit were possible for one person to constitute a pando m her own individual self, then that lalban did For a couple of hours she raged and tore, and. swore broke things in old Mrs Gould's hpase, force had to bo used to get her away An- T? 6 was mado The Passages for the Bdwife 'Rere to Ceylon, and was bought and awaited him on At the last moment Lillian re- Ser passage money was therefore ttT ji. Some months later, however, she t got the neceseary mpnoy from somewhere,   her monthly by a solicitor in Lon don How Lillian was incorrigible It is said that on eral ti mes when she w ent to the ofhre for her money she was intixicated, and and again she appeared before various Lund in n agistrates, charged w Uh bemq drunk aud disorderly in the streets Once or twfce the ahottante was-stopped and being without funds she had to go to tlie poor house where at least she could got no drcnk But no sooner w as she outt and allowance-renewed, than sho ixtuincd, to lies old habits THK KKatKN 1O At lost the family provided her with a to America e her an outht (f c othos sufecient inonov to enable her to- find Ler husband He. was at that time in Tciit Tl e faj. I> cab Ititn to otpcct his and s 10 went In November 1366 tho dt, tvli t3ie biother already reTerred 10 ma Ic so i e diffeience in Chailos ttould. s tinai ci il i rospects Ho bt.c i no en titled to a ersion by in 111 th s brother s proper y In Nmcii her ho returned to ind to jraali7o tl 19 lie remained in Kiigl uid imtil last Alarc'i when once more he wtut to America On this last trip ho faeems to hm o been more successful His letters homo h n e been hoj oful and t1 e 'very last news tl c f i u ily roeone I conla ncd the inform it on that he a litt c firm at Murphy N" C 1 ad furmshc 1 a little housojaiid proposed to invest h s cai italiu "shoep with the care of wh ch he Ind ilready h 11 soaie crieiitein. Austril i THE MWs Ol 1HF 3ILltDL.li Ihe next mfoimatioii the fxioily received wa tie cal from a Mr Harrison at MUH hj N C am me ng the fictsuf the 11111 hi anl t1 e tfji ttil of the wife wht swt re rtlohal j ne tho deod nl self defense and n-oduce 1 a ctloiod tntto it 1F1- 11" Will. COMF The s br thers T inio ml Iwaid N men i b d iu! i hate net 1 or t r then rtone Viuern. i yet lhe> are 11 w aiting fuller into nee ni 1 they decl re that if I ill ti 1 bee i jmtted tl tv I not let the n a tcr drop u Hi! tht} h furnisl e 1 tho w on an wl t e sure lust mined a 1 it last mi i lore 1 their brother TxIK IvJLI I'SG OP COOK IiicenOiaiy C Pat Out of tlie M RIDIBN Miss Tuly 2J 1 ill i f Ml Cook in J ispor has creite I jorc 111 crost t1 an ai jthing tl at has eee uit 1 111 th s section in je u i riio it is paid w ot nnex[ ecto I SIIKO ook f r oine time a t has u ado 1 imseli eft to cl e 1 te 11 te tl c count> including en the me his o n family and that of his wife all of excepting Cook are democrats Cook hiriaelf was a democrat until 1SS1 when he ca iie out as an uidependei t candi late for c i mcerv clerk Sinco then he has alh late 1 ith the rci ubl can partj Through nid extreme methods ho lost the si nj ort of tho best icpublicans of tl o conn y This left him with the support only of tho negroes ho arc 111 the nnnotitj in that couiit> Since 1881 ho haa been a. constant candidate for oftiea Last ye ir he announced himself a can diil ite foi coi s in opposition to the reprcse itative of tlie fcfth district He n ade no ca w iss He hied a notice of contest but not being backed bj tho lepub lie in strtue e committee ho did not prosecute the congest After the scaling of sex   tae circular Russia's Note ta Turfccy. COKSTANTINOPI.E July Kus- sian ambassador to Turltey has presented a note from Kussia to the porte declaring that the granting by Turkey of the concessions de manded by Bulgaria would Humiliate the sul- tan-, The Bulgarian demands, the note Bays, are maneuvers strengthen, the tottering throne of Prince Ferdinand and his illegal rule Fmrtheirmore, tlie note says Bulgaria is hostile to Kussia and that the pozta'a condet- cension to. that pimcipalrty would bo an un friendly act toward Kussia and might lead to serious consequences. Tee attitude of Jiassut as displaced by the note seriously exercises the porte Tike Road HxCH3toxD, Va July 25 deed was fUBdtoday in tlie chancery court by the Kielmionjl and, Petersburg Tlaaroad company, mortgaging the Cencral Tnist company, of New York, the road's rolling stock and equipments to secure the pay menlof aaOain- terest These bonds by the company for the purpose ot double road xrom. Sichmpnd to Petersburg; MENDING THEIB FENCES THE PROSPECTS OF THE DAY The X.ardBill to Come Up Some Day Tso Probabilities for Crisp for Speaker of the Next House "WASHihcxoN Jul> 2> Judge Criip and Mr Cailton are the onlj two Geor- gia members in aslnngton at present All the others except Mr Candler are ftt homo dai cmg o i the alhanra gridiron Put it ih not oiiK in Georgia that the alh- u uce ia i ajm0 h woe with the present nieiu of cnn_rea-> Thoj iro beinc; turned down m 1 left, 11 all tbe s nithern s ates Ilow- linl bkinnor uii 1 MrClammy hive aheaiy the plj.uk in Noith Carolina Me Clammj a farmer and in ill anco man but he had beeu associatmg here the sub- trtosury opponents consequently sent erb 11 d In fenuth Caiohna it looks like Hemphill and Till n m vill be the only two numbers re turned 111 1 as Till man, wbo is a brother of Ben the can didnte for governor is against the the alliance is making war 011 fcim In Alabama Florida Mississippi Tennessee an 1 the alliance is getting in its vioi t uid inanj of the old members from these states will bo turned loivn In lued it now looks like the alliance will somewhere between tweiity-hve and fifty members ot tho next congress Some of these wiU come from western states but with this representation the order will hold for the bal ance of power Houe or it is not believed that AIJJ southern allianceraon will act "with any ot icr than the democratic party except 1 on ilhaniL measures como up and tUon they will hold t gt-tln.r SFKAKERSHIP There is some- gossip here to the effect that tl e ill "iite members of both parties will com b ne to an alhaucoinan speaker but the deraocrxts take no stock 111 that The southern nun uel e a'l sout tern alliance men will stand together for Cr 01 some other deiuo- ciitic candid to for speaker It is almost n tint Crisp will be tho mm in the uit the democrats get the house A j of member-, were t alb. tug to lay- about the illiance splitting the democratic party in tho itoutl v hen a Georgian spoke up and said Oli no tho alliance bos not split the item ocutic i irtj and will nof It his simply swallowed it STEWART IV WASHINGTON Judge feteuait returned from Gcorg a this morning Ihe ju Ige saxs ho came back to take a hand in the against tho compomid lord bill Ho it. lo 1 ing quite In speaking of his lefcat ho s-> d it was impossible to contend u ith a aecict rr0in He thinks Blount Guinea Ijp tcr Ban os and Clements are going to have much troub'o in their districts, and be fears tho alliance will make some of the i lem xin at homo In rogaid to Colonel Livingston, he tnmlcs It h ghly probable, aftor his election, to the bo ise he be a cind date f r tho senate an MIJS it 13 IL t improbable that the alliance ch ef will defeat G ord in In the ever th it LiMiigston is sent t tl o senate nul 1'cek is put forward for congress 1 o ijs I oeK c in eas 1 3 bo defeated bj dt m< crat w ho is not an alliance n in JHI- 1U III COl RI SPONDrNCE Tl e pi bl cat on of the ing sea rorre si t iiiki co 1 is caused some b Hie c talk and mere t f L Oeneial character at tho ea itol GOT ei in i McCreary tf Kentucky chairman f the houjsc fore afrairs commit tee HI tin last ccngress and the senior demo craL c i c nl of th it cnmm ttce now teims cor-esioudei to  x McCtOii j aa in indication th it j.oht cil ilTans in Tnglii d are reaching a cr sis Glalbto ie an 1 the 1 UP nils ho Rays 1 ave bpen ma1 ing great and I ord faal isburj, fc nug the eitlron of the tory g I 14 tho p rtuinty to bi nj, ab ut a foreign, co nplicj.tion He hopes tl at the roannj, f the Brit sh lion will arouse a patriotic fooling winch will the defeat of the ministry an 1 a gen oral oject on before the expiration of the reg ular parliamentary term of seven SEN VTOR MOKO1N TALKS Scnitor Moirt ui of Alabama is reported as that Sccre ary Lliine has tluce times 111 the correspondence attributed to I ord Salisbury by immediate innuendo dishonesty an insult hcsajs which ought to brook and no defer d The senator, it is sail, declaies it is characteristic of Jingo Jim, that he ought to be forced to resign On the other hand there is a. feeling that the prespnt imbroglio will lead to an ar- bitration which will settle the controversy amicablj Judge Ch pman of Michigan, one of the ablest democrats on the foreign affairs com nut tee said state department, as I Understand has abandoned the closed bea theorj, a content on, m mj opinipn, untenable from the first "Wo are now claim ing a proprietary interest in the seal ing grouuds, and the protection of the seals during the emigrating season, precisely as a herdsman would protect his stock when they have wandered from the ranch Unless protection is accorded them, the sealing- indus- try will be destroyed It looks' as though Secretary BJame had taken the back track a little m regard to seiz- ures, but there was any determined stand Tho seirures were purely pro forinp The ship captured by a revenue cutter was placed ui chaige-of, a ptize erero of one man, xvas in absurdity The captured seal- ers should have been regularly taken pos- session of and earned before a prize court for adjudication "The whole matter is complicated I no- doubt it will be settled by arbitra tion. The relations of the European powers are too strained at present for England to take affront where it can be avoided, to plunge into war with the United States The present contentions among tho great powers of the old orld constant aud delicate adjustinenii The coming interview between the German kaiser and the Russian czar may lead to war Any sudden tipping of the beam. may throw all Europe into open hostility and array the two great alliances against each other "The Russians must necessarily fight in any arbitration; over tho Behnngi sea mMterr and, should war result that controversy -would only be a factor m which, would embroil almost the world 'iJCoj J do-not tgnik serious Tvill foK law in this, affair-, if dTiertrecaatioiis are taken, TO delicate Ifc seems to- me that Scccetary BJauiB ought to receive. 4emooratac encourageit.ent m this fight He is at ittosenfr an element of discord in flie repnfcJlcsix becansd a democratip standpoint te IB sight Opposition to the force freer and fairer trade democratic doctrines Tbe "United States is thd Dominant nation of jthis. hemisphere, measured by na- tional "Wealth, civilization or any other stand- ard. The other are tentative, restless, plastic, and could bo mourdeJ into one gigantic system by a diplomatic, but nrm and vigorous prosecution of B aiue s policy of them, like tho uettv states of Cen tral America, aic tienibhug in the throws of revolution Even Canada is half "inclined to throw off the j olte of foreign domination The rivers and lakes separating the nations and- other 110 itical di visions of this homiopheio the one from the other, are not nituial boundaries They are natural avenues of comineica Speaker Reed aud Major McTunloj are doing every thing that in them cr to de feat Secretary Blame b policy and force him to resign Keed not ciuhaliy hateJ Bla ne but snares with MeRmley a growing jealousy of the ruanvho now <7onuuate3 the ajnnnistratipn OV HIS "WAY TO B WANNAH Colonel Lester left for Sm annah this mom ing to look after his fences He is goins to take off his ccaf; nnd qi ter, tho fight with a deteriumation to win I e ter is a splendid stump speaker .and his frienJa hcie think he will Colonel Isorwood Tho only chance of defeating him then say is for the alliance to put out a %ery sUong firmer v ho stands squarely on tho subtreiburj and as thai will not be. done it la here Lester be returned GEORGIANS IN THE CAPITAL Colonfjl G Emoley Jordan and family of Colunibus, are hero Ex-Congressman P Price, of Dahlonoga, spent today here BltrCKIVriDGF'S The republican memLors of the committee on elections liavo decided to declare the seat of Congressman 15 rccKin ridge, of Aikan'-as, vacant His TI as the geat contested by Tohn M Clayton, who was assassinated Ueclaring Mr Bredtinndgo not legally elected and the seat vacant will ta o an election at once, and Mr Brcckinn Ige will undoubtedly be returned by a large majority er any re publican uhat can ho put up TtfE FORCE BIT I The opponents of tho force bill while they have made a magnificent during the past- few dajs, were complotelj i  is nothing to pre% cnt the passage of both the reapportionmcnt and foreo bills Mr Blame s atguinciit that by following the coui-ae he suggests, the i-epubhcans be in i position to tike of the alhaure etneut in the south and spill that section for good and ill is regarde 1 with suspicion by tho republican chiefs Thej think a bird in the hand is woith two in tho bush and fancy the foice bill will enable them to make decided gams in tho south Mr Blai ie ho ev er la of the opinion that tho force bill will a po-neiful tendency to foieo tl e whites of Ihe faouth together and keep thorn muted for another decade The other pi in he thinks would result in smasl ing tho Id demo  by a i ope Indeed it seems today that Tom Peed has the entire repnbhcan side of the senate corralled and thijy are rcadv tc do his bidding even in the face of i etit from business men of the entire north There are jet some Jbalfcers, but Hoar Chandler and Spooner arc confidently asserting today that tht, bill w ill pass and cry republican senator will be paired for it or recorded as oting aye THE LARD BILL The house committee 011 inles has agreed to set aside next Tuesday for the consideration of- tho Conger compound lard, bill The well paid lobby for the hill has been working vig orously today and claim the bill will pass by a gnod majority "While the southern demo- crats wtll exert every effort to kill the bill, they hate practically given up hope Indeed, a count of the house today showed that the bill would have folly twenty majority The vote will probably be taken on Wednesdav, ana then every southern democrat will he needed in his seat Many northern democrats and republicans who favor the bill ore at home looking after their elections, and with a full attendance of southern-democrats it is possible tbe bill could be defeated soon as the committee on rules brings in a resolution favoring Tuesday or some other for taking it up, the democratic leaders will send out tele grams requesting all southern members to re turn at once E W B PLAYING WITH JMLATCELBS A Con ot Oil Icnites- Burns a Thxee MODESTO, Cal July 25 At Ripon San Joaqum, county, last night toe seven-year old son of G Masters, while playing with matches> set fire tS a can of coal oil, and the house took fire and was entirely destroved with contents, George and "Warren, two boys and a baby girl perished in the tiames A seventeen year old girl was badly burned in trying to save the The mother was within a hundred yards of the house> but was unable to reach it in time ta save tho children They Ofejoct to the Seventeenth HALIFAX, N S July 25 is excite mcnt and indignation here ovor the coming to this garrison of the Seventeenth Leicestershire regiment The canse js bad. blood that bus existed for over a quaf ter of a century between the Haligomana and fefais regiment on a question to the mutiny and riots of tln-ee jears ago It is said thafr a will be to the military asking Grenadier Guards be Seiit here in the ol the Seventeenth Should the Seventeenth come., there is almost sure to- on outbreak of the old hostilities. Negotiatin PARIS, July Xt is officially .afinonnceti that negotiations isrith Uugland regarding Zanzibar will grobably'he favorably concluded within a few days. "Tie question car and Tchad axe being discussed lte- ntmciation jot Anglo-TuiMaian.'- compact will, not lie mclttdedmtno Anglo-Proncli agroo- LET US BE FBIENPLY STRIKE A TB4.DE WITH OUJt MR ELAINE'S LETTER TO MR FRYE, In Which Etc Sliotve Advantages to Derived by a Trentv Witli Soatb. American Republics "WASHIVGTON Jnly Frje has today received tho follow ing1 letter from Secre tarj P aine in further elucidation of the reciprocity qucst-o i ButH Me July Mr Trve 1 have 5 our reply to my letter and am glad taat the essential part of it has been given to the press Yi u ask me ivhat assurance I as to Spam 8 TtillingneaB to cnttr into reciprocal arranee- nicrta il trade with tue I mtecl nuea t on Giirj. me for caiinut tiitve forgotten tlut onH jears t, rime min ister of -5! alu n to secure free adinib sioo to our mir cuts tor the sugar of Culia and 1 orto Pie agreed t) a verj etiensne treaty of leciprucity wiLliJohnW loater then our minis ter at Matin tl The >car before in 1SBC a admirable treaty of rqtnrocitj is negotiated lij eneral Crant and WflHini II as Tjintocl Stated comr IB sioner, with the republic of Mexico a treaty well considered in all its parts and all its dLtaiia results would 1 believe nave ed ad vintageoue t both i onntriep And now the j.rop >altion is to open our ports free to sugar and to do it with rapiclttj tint we are nrtt to have a moment a t me 11 set, iJ no cannot make a better tra Ie t y wliitli we ma.y paj for at least a part f tho sugar iu the products of Amei icon farms and shops Our change of opinion lias certainly been re luurkaule in ao brief a period Indeed only d intjer of, our n it bccunng aclvantigeons treaties of recmructty now IB the possible belief on the pait of these countries that we are so anjuoas for that 1 patiout waiting they can se cux.e all they debfre Without money and without price tearing tlmt result I sought an interview with eight republican members of the -committee on aud mestns, than five months ag> to exact on the 10 h day of last February I en deavorwl to convince them that Ft would be ei ped ent and wiae to leave to the i resident as the trtatj making power an to see what j.dvantage" us arrangement or reciprocal trade could be effected I was uual !e to persuade the committee to talce my view I mention this cir cam tance i ow jt hJS been charged in many luarters that the suggestion for reciprocity came too late In fai t my effort was made be fore the tarift bill-was reported to the house or et en framed In. committee It is I think a lerv grave mistake to oppose tii s rccii rocal i roj osition touching sugar trom the fear that may conlhct in Rome, way the polity of protection The f think in the opposite direction ns see what is proposed Ciur government liexetnfore col lee ted a he vv> dtttv from amounting one 3 ear, 111 tlie dgtri.gute S 03J UOO and averxp; S ler annum a co isiiierable perio i e wisfi mw to elieai b% re moving tie dntj Jhe v ilut of the sugar we is enormous Shill pij I or itr ill in casfa or hl-a.ll we seek i reciprocal drrange.intrt liy which a i art of it may be paid for in iiorh and beef antf four in htmbLr and Bait ninl iron ui (.hoes and calico and f umjture, and a things In short, shall c p i> Jor it all in cash or trv a frlcnd'y tcr in I thmk the Jatter m  duties on coffee and rubber and if ,jOt iiothing in exchange which jirotttibleto a.lar n or be our iust.fication forthejjoHcj "Vou rOcelicdtho corgratulaCionB in w in h I cordia Ij earijmg the hlni ping I il! tlironsa the senate n it tl nk th t a lint 11 "1 Ips >uslj aided 1 y the )v eini icnt a I ettpr i r pect lor pr Jit mtl for perm mence if can give to them utwanl cargoes Iio u tae I nitcd toUites ind not c nhne th in to i war 1 c irum I at u Vmerie iv 1 am famcerely jour I BLAIM- THKTt MVtaT IT Young' Tho Old Woman Gathered in IT iml CHVTTATSOOC Tcnn Jnlj 25 Tiiq1 facts to a. sn gular and ill i iar transpiicd tt Ithoi tl o redding occuneJ. a m w went to the court h e an 1 a ce ta re I tl o f ids in the c ise 11 e J.P I her bruil cr> and ors are n t t b it i in t n xke the be t of it MTRIOL t- A Wife tlie of Her Hus band a Mistress. NASHVILLE: Tenn July 2o Alienating a husbands affect ons has causod a notorious woman, named Sis Jollj the loss of both her CjOS. Mrs alter Duckworth the wife of a boilermakor has repeatedly warned her has baud to mend his "nayt) ana let the Jolly wo- man alone He failed to mend, however and Mrs Duckworth weut to where the woman Ined and calling her out, dashed a two-ouu.ce -vial of vitriol into her face The burning liquid entered both eyes and deatroved the sight, besides badly scarring her face Mr? Duckworth is-a modest quiet little lady and her action was quite surprising to her friends Her husband admits that she had threatened to resort to desperate measures She Wants His Money NASHVILLS, Tenn, July Considerable excitement prevails at Dresden, Tenn over the arrest this morning of a well to do farmer, named Rufua Freeman, at tho instance of Miss Mary Oldham tlurty- years old, who charges Free- man with. ing a.'isa.iilted her one afternoon last week She claims tnat she was walking along the road to lieu Free- man seized her, and dragged her into the ad jaeeat woods, where he assaulted her Mr Freeman, who denies the charge, is a married man about forty years of age He oa released on a bond of OOP _______ The Postal Company Getting In NASHVILLE Tenn Jnly 25 The Postal Telegraph companv tonight made formal application to the city council for the right of way through the A, bill was in troduced aud first reading, granting what the company desitecU The company a representative here says the line will be built to HasliAille in less than one year Tlio Population Chattanooga. CHAXTANOOGJV, Tejan July 23 An mnacttrate census, jnst completed by the directory publishers, shows that, in the Treeent work by tho census enumerators, at Jeast names w.ere omitted A. strong feeling pre vails that .Chattanooga, should the same privilege to correct omissions as has been ex- tended to Nashv-lle, and" will probally find formal utterance A Hangin DAKVTLLE, Va July 25 MartinsviUe today, Thomas- Wilson, colored, was hanged for the murder of Jim Davis He and Davis quarrelled about a woman, when "Wilson drew a, pistol and shot his antagonist through, the heart Xhe execution was private The- Contract NASEcmLK, Tenn July 25 Nastmlle, Chattanooga and bt Louis railway, today awarded the contracfc for build- inc twenty-three miles of the Tennessee and Coosa railroad to Allison, Shaier of Kew York, Chattanooga and St. at JUDGE OF THE FIFTH, "Who Will Control Elections from Georgia to Texas NEtt OBLEANS, La July 25 al Hon Don A Pardee United States circuit judge of tlus the fifth district, while art republican has proved himself a far less bitter and extreme partisan than any other of the federal ]udnes in the south and has been held in good esteem by the commu- nity democrats as -nell as rej ubhcans He has not mixed much with the republican politicians of the state, and does not owe hia appointment to them HF IS FROM OHIO Judge Pardeb an Onioan son of one of the of the Libertv the original republi- can party and is nftj three vears of age He entered the union army during the war serving first in the Seventy second Oh o Volunteers and afterwards as major in tho Forti second (Garheld a own reg ment) Be- tween hi m and Garficld closest personal friendship existed, and hen the latter became president ho was able to reward his friend with the high position he fills today Pardee served throughout the war being m Louisiana when it ended and then brigadier general After the v. ar he settled in New- Orleans, and began practicing law He appointed register in bankruptcy by ClnoC Justice Chase in 1867 but resigned the posi- tion to accept the office of judge of tlie second Louisiana district to which he was elected la 1868 at the first election held under the recon- struction act He was re-elected in 1372 and again m 1S7G HELPED BY GRVVT In 1875 he fl as appointed United States dis- trict judge for Louisiana by President Grant. but his confirmation was defeated by Senator West, of Louisiana a republican in the senate Judge Pardee being objectionable to the republican politicians In 1879 he was elected to the state constitutional convention defc ited United States Senator Eustis in a democratic district He proved himself a conservatu e member ot that body, and a number of propos tions mado by him were incorporated in tho constitution. Tn IfiSl he was appointed circuit judge of tha fifth district by his old friend aad co oiieJ, President Theappo ntment was un- derstood to be a personal one as Garfield and he came from the same state ed in tho same regraienfc and belonged t> tbe samo church The republican p liticians opposed it, but the no nutation, w as cuin-rmo 1 SOMKWHAT tEF3 IHOM tP Pardee has shown httTc p-xrtasanshiu on, tho bench ami has ta xeii4itUe if anj inter- est rn republican- sta e i olttics although a na- repjibhcin He is, a raeiaber of t'to leading .scc.al clubi liero and js v. ell jied bj democrats He has been liheral to his friends in givmg them fj.t receiverships, a number of lie. has corlrolle 1 but no charges have brotrght agamst him HP is one of tho least objcctiana'b'e of thp local lopublicans. and although, 1 o acted vntli tlie carpetbaggers durTg tho ptiiol and Jed tha rcipul hcan and w as elected judge in an oi-OLfl negro he- managed to eScape the scan TaTs an 3 uad of tho other leailwra of 143 Uut btill iff JuIgePanlce 11 ere an angel from lujaicit, tbe d not want him to -satrap of tneir elections 9HE Pt-AlV O1 Captain JB K Tiilm m of Harslt Til k CHARLFSTON S C- T ilj fS ecial The following will be n ib! tom tl e iu dcr i %C I'MT, cttizin4 d her tl w n tho air ot t if I trjiiu n t IL n f tii 1 ta iist-int wind t.) carrj them lidate1' 1 r tha fet-itt o lu Iro i an t K IL, trt we h anl CTJ tin I IL T 1 na itii utc i i e or j r .a. ti 11 make the IV llnwiiij reinarl s m 1 to the cit mofCa.i tlLn 1 rf> uctli ------5 T kest. let of-------tl-t C I rma e S I uv1 Wirley AfeKerrx lames H E I Jr K 1 SIuUiDS U J C Vf. 3Ic 1 i> Ir The letter is published the coa- s< nt   to meas- ures should be used as best calcnlate 1 to sai a the honor of the state a: d tlie integrity of the democratic narty The ca 1 is bigned forty promiueut farmers of t o county SALVADOIllAN The Guatemalans durafl and Nicaragua Quiet. CITY OF MFXILO i adaKcstoii July 25 esterday the adoria.ii General Lreta. brother 01 President defeated tlio Guatemalans again at Clungo, in t leagues from tlie f 011- tier obliging the Guatemalans to abandon, their fortifications at Coco lie captured an immense amouuc of booty includ- ing correspondence between, the Guatomalanx generals and the Sahadorian tra tor-i General Ezeta has sent a personal challenge! to President Barr-llas of Guatemala, Accord- ing to a special to El Lmversal Guatemalan agents are spreading false repoits of victories Geronimo Pou that Honduras will tal-o no active part while Nicaragua and Rica are privately fnendb of Salvador The Negro Was Lost, Ala July 25 Jtews reached this city today of the lynching of an unknown negro near Arkadelpbia, Blount county "Wednesday for an assault on. a vhite girl only fifteen >ears Old The negro was a tramp, and meeting the girl in the road alone made a brutal assault on her A crowd of white farmers caught the negro and after he was identiued took him into the woods and returned a few hours later without him "When what they did with the negro they reported tliat they "lost' him State Bights. From tne Courier Journal. The lieutenant governor of Kansas hava gotten his secession, sentiments In an original package from some wicked southern community The countrj la truly in danger when a Kansas lieutenant govern or declares that he owes Ins first allegiance to Uis state TELEGRAPH BREVITIES Two earthquake shocks were lelt in Muelil dis- trict Austria yesterday The Helcgoland cession bill passed its second reading in tbe house of commons last night A Austin. Smith a-well known lawyer ol Rich- mond Ta, died in that city yesterday The price of bread in Franco is nsinjr on ac- count of tlio rams destrovmg tlie gram crops All the cloakmakers ?.ew York who hava been on strike since January 16tn, resumed worlc yesterday morning After six hundred, ineffectual ballots vention of the fourth Ohio district, in session at adjourned. The roofers and sheet-iron workers of New. York went on a strike yesterday for an eight hour day, and today tlie plumbers and gasfittera will join them "Workmen on twenty-four grammar in York have lomedthe strikers, and their may seriously interefere with the oBenrngr of the schools in tho fall. The house committee on pensions has ordered a faToraWo report upon, the tmigranttea OJS2000 perannutntothewldowoftheiacc Gen- eral G 'ST4PFR1 SPAPFRI   

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