Atlanta Constitution, November 17, 1890

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November 17, 1890

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia ANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXII. ATLANTA. QA., MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 17, 139O. PRICE FIVE CENTS THESE WEBS TWO BOBS ATLANTA PAIR OF DROMIOS inter JJrforo tlu poHtmeat an i Coairdj f J irori s range com6 te -TTO a fa Gi O-e of tlicm iMiibfr Ii Snec al jri s I7i ro -os1! hole, i u i i n it ident of At- U nn nel I ilsoi ;ooit t c r i 1 tctam nation uid t'lO other too UUjlJ.-------" iJi OVMII i in 31 Ono SIM ee'e j ng t o armn il i au tl o crjo so well V'tci a uio tho d jar "Wilson s name i is f Jim 1 to be tt th 9 ohsibio list Tilt w as assigned 3 1 O job in the re iris and ie jeonl} ad Ires s ho 1 il on his paj er TTM "ita I t to i co ntj C eorgia I ibj address scat t t i jtn ati w to com apind tlio ho h I drawn 1 b 0 I e" Kobert I ilso i ho of the postofbc examination was In t kn wn bet an o h m tl e Vt a it i so the letter ue m il to bun lie onco Tflthoat 1 jo n t I ly it the tnegods'iad-JLiitli n i 161 u 1 the puiTere positionanlsfiijitwav sh ov the dust i Atlanta off Ins fLC t in i 1 urr lit wi promptly swoni n and it cor eJ a dcs Tli x' TSM about three wci ts i THE OTHKF If V N H VI 1 Ty I Tuen tho depa mot al Mi n _, it ind Trbitlnd happene 1 111 1 lit r t i lainnv o to the c v il If the w ar depart 33511 things ho acto I m sxood faith ho w ill ti-avpay but if on t'jo ot'iLi hand ho know- ing yaccepted a position in the war f illv 10 are that he vas en! cler ca! position TI tho Atlanta once, then he dots n >t i cent THl LOS1 S 1TCH1 L icil ilie Two Stories Told Vbout Its Recov Nov as Messenger of Jie Frame State Nation il ban! re rom tho po'-toflicf, ho disi ered that t I contain lu thousand dollars cj and 1 miie checks for --S" i1 mysteriously" disanpoarod from his The satchrl vas lost betw een the post l ho bank "Messenger Vastm became is- nd rushing into the b k told tho is loss Ttie pohco 11 nd soon a doyen o hrers were- fo-the mis ins; satchel The incs- an oihi ial of the bank jimij ed into a. j trav ersc 1 the route that h id been u. n i the poatothce but without IT satchel 1 Y who runs errands for f UJTJ ui ifchel t TO anmrtes after it trtii ia tho tmzzi Jie shoured to lio if11 o but liib cries w ore not hear I Tbe d tne satrbet to his emplover s f" opened "W hen tht roils of fTreeiibacks i- fii i oil 1 roni tl o pat ers T hip lie hastened Sieii he ivalktd inro i e huik T a chel in his hanu tlie rushed s was a long lost brother PJOIC usr all rt und and T i lor wis d hands mclj for his hones v The o oi ud tlie satchel was not forgotten it D nk piople Tiioabc> e s practically tho s oiv is fold bv Gcorjo v ce president of the bank I irorherpourte however ic vias said in Jkvl o 1 e money being from tho buggy toLen The vice presiden stated eui Iv hat not theft His refusal -c J ie name 01 t ie hoj who found the at wud his employer lends credibility to LJ enort that it i robbcrj KAKIXGS. Tho Sotth Uanktt to to tlie Fund. j November IT banks will hav o a ri( ctmg todaj for the of aiding to taring guarantee fund The whole bank- ing worldhas shown alacrity in subscrlbmR ana wheifeill piovincial jnd othei subscrip- tions h u od tho total w ill be such a snm as male the whole incident a brilliant triumph foitho fund The hrm s vs havo ieon before tho of Rnglaiid man fa a week Besides throe millions ostttcs ruprebent itnniouso potential rcsjun es but tho iirm oould havo net its h abilities for uiotl or month it wislerided to disi lose its in >ri'er avertiho risk 11 a il brt ikdown cretlit, pluagms whole count M into Viiothcr large nrm calied a meotiujc of ils chef connections on Saturday and submitted abatement which effectually removed any gnuiid for suspicion that might e b( en en teiamcd There ire rumors of a radical chaige zn the personnel of tho firm of Baring Brts ciLsr 01 TIIF iRorri.ii. Bmu-i Lros omb ir-assment as duo to tho action f tl o Kus ''tan government ich, ala-niu d bv. hnanctal trout los m the Ivo publicdnnni; the summer, sudde ilv withdrew iromthe )00 000, just as it witn diew 000 000 from tho Coroptoir d sconipte in the spring of iVi' its at tion at that time resuitinsr m the suicide of tho manager of that institution and tho eollapse of tho copper I xcept tho nso in the bank rate to five, no tr mole o-curred and pounds was leilj transferred co Berlin Vftoi this, things apparently regained their ft nner smoothness Tho governor of the Bank Knqland acted -n ith exceeding dis- retion, keeping everjthing as secret as possi >'e in order to avoid a j amc The Barings ottered to sacrifice erythmg, but tho un- av uidable delaj in realizing havo been almost equivalent to an actual collapse, and "or this reason it was dec-idea to raise a guiaii -ee fund The arrangement for assisting the tarings was nnallj concluded at the meeting tho Kank of England on Vitrnd-w mom The personal property of the membeis the him Jinoi nts to over 000 it is rumored that Kusai x s agent In Pans withdrew rocenttj -t2 'iQO000 on rumor that tho Barlnes ht 1 .t >ppod The latter a assets include of Hie tmost paper in the world It s that three veais will bo ample .iino t bung the firm's to a substantial position Vll the morning papers, while regretting 1 names hnvo bueu brought so ovv appl md the Courage with which the dim. ultv v% as met, and acknowledge that tlu B ink of has earned tlie thinks of tho 1 ole comiiumtj ftr the skill md prompt i udo w ith which it arranged so dm cult and duplicated an affair DOCTORS XN A BROKER IIS' JAIL HE MAKES A CLEAN BREAST OF IT. How SiuliU Worked His Sclicmo to E Money Thy Ikaisznjj j jgnrcH on Pa- Criminal Ion 4 ti_ rm recently from Smith s misdoing? ivill 'ifteeii Hundred of Them Match Experi- ments M Ha 1 rofcssor Ivocn'b IMacoverj, Bi ni JTN Nmt-nbor V large number of itjicn doctors went this morning to Dr s pnv ite laboratory m Bresslauestrasse, where T e Mb in mbcr of pa- euts cared of tuberculosis Tho Cocrsent ouner states there rre foreign doctors here The supply oi Professor Koch s inph has been temporarily exhausted Pro K >ch s ingested that the remedy bo lied Paratoluid" in prescriptions to be indod to chemists THE LMMROR'S THEKE IS TROM5I.K A31EAD we Wil JHI to we apMfc tw Ol'i f IOHM- M Itt luu Tfc. ud ti. Arsnetl CuBto the War Path Mum iSovembor a s Mandan N D special says Set- on the border of the biouxreserva r 3forie3 oi tlie arming of Indians mooutbj Toseoh fl-ho J language Buckley came in to- i 3 overj Indian on tho reservation go on the war path, and that thev T session of Custer s whioli Spates army bav o never found aro men hav e in the last few dajs ontire stoek of ammunition to tho Tho Indians if thej iccessfnl m the raid thej rations and they have nothing ti eus here and settlers who are oheve that General Puger and horities are harboring a feeling and that when too late the oops at Fort I incoln will bo in s mayor has called a meeting and -tmont will be asked to furnish v thguns, if not with soldiers s between Mandan and the 3 abandoning their farms and e of tho lack oi protection af 7 the gov eminent The most eel gloomv at the outlook 33hier Raised the Funds visi. Ill November 16 Cowling Cowenlock Co 7ling president of tho bank er jth Tno depositors OT to remain for a few aitinsj a week thej became vanted their inoiiev .Last cashier Div e Cow enlock, -nt A. ernon, 111 left to raise ho did not return telegrams n all directions for him, but no eabouts has been discovered mg a receiver was appointed L-ucd It contained thai CMtionis that the cashier got 00 or accurate r ado as the examination of ot iunshed o tlie Onicers of the Prussian Diet Yoster- BERLIN JSevemhcr emperor gave reception to the president and vice president f the Prussian diet jesterda> In his speech e emperor referred to the heav y work before ie diet, and said ho hoped t'lat an early un regarding bills bo reached ]o was confident that the members would de- ole their energies to He cave fui thor assurance that the outlook warranted a decided belief that poace vv ould be maintained His recent visits to fore leu sovereigns viero solely designed to btreiitrthen pacilic tcnden cics In onclud ni: ho referred to tho giow th of the nan iiav y as very (jratifving Tliey could now build v essols in Germany ho said, and need not go to foreign building yards The president and vice presi lent were afterward received by the empress rarnell Snmmunmg; His Hosts. DUBLIN, November U> Parnell in a letter dated featurday, written to The Tree- man's Journal reminds Ins followers of the importance ot being in parliament on opening day lie sav, sit is unquestionable that tho coming Bessie n will be one of combat from nrst to last and that great issues depend upon its course ___________ In Opposition to Our Tnnff Poair November Uiforma gives a formal derial to the statement that Prime Mtmstor Cnepi and Chancelor von Caprm at their receit lew arranged for tho forma tion of an international league in cf osition to the new L in ted Stites tariff THI. AI. KW ORK.. ember 10 H Smith, junior partner in the biokerago iirm of Mills, Itobeson Smith, at Bro idway, is a prisoner at police headquarters, charged with ov er sevoi tj forgeaes, aggregating Smith has acknowledged his guilt to Inspector Bjrnes, and has turned over all his property to W V Watson, for the oonefit of Ins credi tors The disroverj of the forgeries, which cov or a period of six years, was accidentally made, Saturday morning, by a stock elect In tho employ of Mills, liobcson Smith. SMITH CONTKSSFS In hm confeasion, Smith says he used lhe money obtained bv his forgeries to reimburse customers of tho hrm who had lost money on his suggestions Before his arrest, he madb a clean breast of his to his ot the firm Although the aso is not yet com plete, Inspector Bynica aw aro of the excited condition of tho money market and fearing that the matter might be used by Will sharps determined to make public tTie TBJ.1 facts cf tho c iso Smith 3 method was soino- thing akin to th it of Bedell, clerk of the item of Shipman, Choite X Laruijue, who wab, sent to prison for 3 he loss resulting fall upon tho hrm of "Uills lioboso i tV. Smith which has been in oxisteiico since 187J and which has been held in the highest repute HOW SVIITH VVORlvFD HIS SOHFVir Ahont six yeais ago became embar- rassed and, to s iv e himself, adopted a scheme which has lo I to his downfall Itis plan jpas quick and simple He would buy seven, eight or nine shares of first-class stock, and, by Aid- ing embers and the letters "ty raise the oalder to oiity ei jhtj or ninety shares he would deposit the firm as a private account and thus made his partners responsible The sliaros were in the course of time, hypothecated with the Union Trust Company, Lmted States Tiust f oinpanj, Central Trust Company Chemical bank Phtrnix bank, "Mechanics bank, fourth "National bank, !Nas- Bank of Brooklyn and Russell the amounts secured reached between 000 and in each case THE lOR.tail'S H1SCOV FRED Smith s forgeries might have continued m- dehmtel> if the otock clcrV, A Watson, had not discovered that the iigures turned in by Smith on Saturdnj bad been raised investigation followed, -nd showed that Smith had purchased but seven shares instead of seventj, as appeared on tho face of the cer- tificate This led to an overhauling of the books of the firm and then all came to light. it a subsequent conferenct with his Smith mado a full t onfession and then, went to his homo in Brooklyn, where ho was arrested Smitn js a. prominent church, mew, a member of several clubs Knowing that ex- posure was inevitable he sent his resignation to all clubs previous to Ins arrest Ihe stocks which Smith brought were St Paul preferred Omaha preferred, Michigan Central Lahe Shore, Illinois Central, Cincin nati and fet .Louis preferred and St .Louie and San I rancisco Some of these were also de posited 011 collateral w ith the ashington Trust Com pan v and tho American Loan and Trust ompanj Smith s crime is forgery m the first degree and as ho lias confessed his guilt ho nniiot eaeape a long term of im- prisonment He is forcv five jearsoldnnda childless widower Vll of Smith's forgeries are not v total loss to tho iirm as about one fourth cm be recovered Tho net will be S-iTO 000 Smith was arraigned at Tefferson Market police coiut this morning and was remanded T BCGKAN AVIN6 THEY TELL THE STORY Or SIZiXZAG OF THE BRITISH WA.S, VESSEL. TWO SURVIVORS OF THE SERPEWT Relate Tliclr Horrible Experience in tbe Wreck of the on the Rocks Swim for Lite. Ho nod Seay in the Cam us on 1 nesday ight y, iNovember 10" Sj e cial houses of the 0 agreed to meet in caucus next I ij y- mght for the purpose of nominating a n date for United totates senator The rial fight is the most fiercely contested i for man-v >ears rind tonight the f im of everv candidate aro straining everv mt As it now stands Governor Seav and Coi mii- Bioiier Kolb are in the le id fceoy's it aro confident that he ill bo nominated will go nito the caucus they with f votes probably than hut 7us streDgth j will devolop on every ballot He ivilt I eventually bo the nomi'iee IColb has a number of enthusiastic friends who claim t it he has sufficient strength in the cancns to secure hit nomination, and that there w ill v only ono ballot Tho Knagrhts of Labor PE-svrn, Col November Knight z arjcs in Sin Antomo j oC I abor took np the entire session yesterdav November in consider ng the report of the committee 011 s iLcessful and n b laws This work will probably be concluded pi ice ID tins eitj occunel totiav, vv hen a more impornnt question will 11 burglars enterei the dr goods bo brought before the assemblv or Tos'co Bros and blew open I ittle has been said regarding the candi in casii slOO of the I dates for tho various offices that aro chosen afe this meeting but there ippears to be a general I t flei 10 1 cent piece denomination that the perpetrators are tho no i few nights ago robbed tno Vnnsas Pass Co] The lat- ai t. ikcn at Aransas Pai.3 in i deep w itei it that lumi; of the Piss and railroid the for tho -i crocess Tho road w ill 1 o v to vn of Past, tho ou-so on Hirbo" island and rmor m ice vith thirty fott be meet I-irgo the Trharf feelinj thit there will be 110 opposition mado to Mr Powderly's election as general uor'xman Some prominent Kmg-hta nro con- sultnt? TS to tlie advjfiability ot cho Knights entering into poUtics TIio Democratic Majority In Alabama. MONK oMrnt, AH, No ember 13 [_Spo- ci-xl oihcial totu fo- was counted toda> in prestnico of the two houses of the le'la'aturc, and TIS aa follows Jones, democrat received 01J Long, icpubhcaii, 42, Coulstou sreenbickcr candidate, lf3.S5, democratic 111 ijontry, He "Will Hayc to Hang- OFFM'CA, Noverooer morrow in tho aircuit court John Johnson, eturns. colored, who killed Mr P J Mooro, a justice 10 Sa i of the peace m this couijty, several months t jday Sr-uv ago will be tr ed for murder It is very jrob The Kebel'ion Crnsltea After 3Iucli Hard TFGT riGAiri ironduras, Xovember Iri The rebellion headed by General Lonsjiiios gauche? is pra chance of e capo 13 to mifeo sort e If he does not he will become a isdnor to the president, which means not nc las death, but that of all Ins leaders and ttr soldiers Bo Tan has alreadv talren manr prisoners The city is badly wrecked by shells, and the inhabitants, men, -uornen and children, are thoroughly Barr lias remained entirely notitral dunng the -rouble n e telegraph lines are in tho hands of Bogran, bnt he has accorded their use to cor- rf-spoiiilonts for tho purpose of giving tho in- of his to the OPEHIKA'S GHEAT TAIK. Eistern Alabama Will Display Her eourcefl Today OrrLiKA, Ala November 16 Opehfca's great fair opens tomorrow and prooi iscs to be a magnificent success Ererj tL ng is m readiness and manv exhibits CORITXA, iNovember Ifi British gun- boat Lapv brought the Serpent's to Coruiia today An Associated Press cor respondent boarded the lapwing on her ir- mal and had nn intervie'v with 0110 of tne survivors, named Burton, who said the Serpent struck a covered rock about 10 "0 o'clock on MoiicUy night the weather oeiflg dirty, but All hands were below except the officers and sit watchmen Immediately after the shock all who were below rushed to the deck The crew obeyed the orders of the officers and there was no panic A large boat was soon lowered, but it was Buaashed to pieces and the occupants perished It thou became evident that it would bo less to lower the other bo its An attempt to throw a cable ashore failed Meanwhile men were being washed Burton saw one e wash two men over JT.MP1NO INTO THKSFV About an hour after the Serpent struck the captain gave tho men leave to save themsch es as they thought best jumped over board having a life belt around his waist as hail all the men 011 Nobody followed him After swimming for two hours battling with immense waves all the time, he reached low water and landed exhausted, although las only injury is a slight abrasion of the log Ihe night was pitch-dark After resting ft while he met another survivor, and together thev walked to a coast village, two miles from the scene of the wreck whence some of the villagers com eyed them to Cama- rmas Burton feels quite well now "While at Camarmas he identified many corpses that had been washed ashore AVOTHt K SI RVIVOH. T VT.XS Trnzon was too ill to be on deck and found below He sat up m bed and chatted ijayly with the correspondent He confirmed Burton's wag washed overboard half an hour after the shock of tho ship strik the rock He without a life pre- server He tried with all his strength to avoid the spot where he heard the hea beating on some rocks After being in the ater au hour he reached calm water After fte had anded on the sand, he discovered that a piece of flesh had been torn out of his leg Ho did not know how ho had sustained tho injury, as ho had not felt any pim before landing When, he alked every step seemed more pain- ful I uzon remained conscious howeN er, and ia now improving Both Burton and Jjuzon sav they believe that the Serpent deviated from her course, owing to the weather They state that the moment Cape "V illand light waa sighted, tho serpent struck Ihe light was v erj faint Burton savs ho thinks that sanfc soon after he left "When toe Lapwing left the vicinity of tho disaster fortv-eight bodies of tho victims had been buried many without being recognized A majority of the victims vvero not drowned but were killed bv. being dashed against the rocks Gould, a third survivor, is v ory ill, suffering from high fever, and could not be interviewed COKUNA November evidence of the survivors of the wrecked Cruiser berpenr, goes to show tint the light of the villa? eliglit house had not been seen by tho lookout on tho Serpent, although the light is usually visible for fourteen miles It is behoved that the Serpent's was affected by iron in the reef and that astronomical observations woie impossible owing to the had state of tho weather A Spanish gunboat which yesterday passed the scene of the disaster, found no trace of the Serpent A body w ashed vashoro todav, suppobod to be the commander ot the Scrpcut HE CARRIED THE And Kow THE STORi Of aloung Woman WJio Arrived in Isish- NvsHVitTK, Tenn cial attractive ivoman fccarcolv sev cnteeu v ears of alighted f r >ai tne JSorthwestorn tram when it pulled into this union depot vestervlav morning and attracted attention by her evident embarrassment "When auproacbed she gave her name as Laura Brenna: Memphis and after some hesiti tion told a pitiful tale of the of a man claiming "Nashville as his home She claimed to hvo with her s ster, where tho man con cenied was a frcqi ent visitor "W hile alone with him one evening he assau'tod her ind bv threats coaioelled lier silence He indueed her to Memphis with him lant evening ostensibly to visit his family here but lici getting her on the train he informed her of Ins intention of taking hoi to Chattanooga, where he claimed to have work She positively re fused to accompany him. and fen-ring exposure ho abandoned her between Memphis and Nashville and when she arrived here she w it without money or friends Miss BiPiinan was furnished with a pass to Memphis and started for home tonight THE MOVEMENT OF Report of the New Orleans fexcuange for tlie Wetfe OKLKATS November t> lies terTn weekij "New Orleans cotton state ment Issued today shows aootlipr week ut r 400000 bales brought into sijtht earning the amount of this eiop marketed noo the 000 000 mark Tho week total while siightlv under week is larger t ales than lor tlie c rresponding seven days last ejr North ernlpuuiers bav e continued m tlie market an I including bales shippi t! to them overland thej li tAkeii 120 I ales in excess over tins ueek last rear of 2_ 41f bun.5iiur tlieir total for the scasuti far l T ro i more than the correfrpondlncr seventy uvo days ot 3 htyCJr Itic aiuoQiit of tlie t brought jnt> sight during the vvcok entliug 1 wt light ia oil arCalnst fur the eorrtuponillnt; seven oE last vear, making the total thus farfor sea son ta date 1 390 oil against 3 an increase over lost vear of "JJb s The movement Binru Septemuer 1st suons Ileceipts at all TTmted ports 2 4-0 against 2465 list year Overland, across the "MJssuisippi Ohio rirer's to northern millsaiid Canada.28 701, agamit 7JS, interior in exeess of those held at the lose of the last commercial yeir rfK> 412 against 230 500 southern mill takings OV) igolnst 131 8.1> oreisn etports tuns fur for the season have bten 81 97P tJftagamst 34S GTh last vear an increase of "04 This indicates a dnrin-r the nast seven daya in exeet.8, aa ihouii at the close of last week of Total taKinga of xnUH, nortli autl south, thus far for tho season liav e against b6jC last yc ir These mclurtp 530 Ity northern against 518 CSO Stocks at tlie seahOttrdaud leadline southern interior centers are r.ou Ji.BJS larcer than at this data last ytj.r IneluxtiBK stocks left uver the ports ana in terior towns from lasf crop and, tfie number oE He Sleeps Beliiml Hie Bara of Spanldlng County Jail. GRIFFIN, Ga, 3Sov 16 Dave Berry, colored about twenty-hve years old, is in tho Spaulding county jail charged with inveigling About ono month ago Dave Berry went to the homo of Chancy Kedmou, in EastGrifhn, and carried off "Mary Hrown, a mulatto girl about thirteen or fourteen jearsold, and the girl hasnt ver since been heard from Chaney liedmon raised the girl from infancj and w a.s her guardian Sev oral days passed and Charlotte became anvious about her uiibsmg ward and went to Dave Berry and demanded the whereabouts of the -Tirl Notiecening any satisfactory informa- tion, she swore out a warrant Berrf for inveigling upon which lie was arrested and placed m jail This has been two weeks ago and still nothing has been ueard from Marj Brown The girl was in a delicate con dition, and it is thought uhat Berrj, m order to cover up his crime, has committed a still greater one by carrying the girl off and mur- dering her "V our reporter called on one of our ofH cers tt day, who ia working up the case and from him we learn th it o Berrj bays he carried the tjirl f 001 Chaney Redmon's home to o.no Simon Colo s who lives near the experimental station, and wont b ick there on the day following and she was still there He said further that Simon Cole aa s he has never seen the girl and that I errv never cm od her there, and tuat be knows nothing whatever about her The whole tiling is shrouded in mystery and Dave BerryvnH be 1) Id responsible for tho forth coming of M.UV Brown or pav the peiialtj of death to- her muidor, as this, is thought to be the true st itus of the cjse It is runiorpd that Berry savs ho w ill hang before ho will tell of her whereabouts Chanoy Itedmon has been seen by THE BTITI and this is what she says I ve weeks ago tonight D ive Berry came to my house and oai nod off Alary Brown about 10 o clock, while I vvasuptown andhe (Berry) sajs he earned her to Simon Cole s, the experimental station Berry told me this on Sunday night follow inn, in tho pres- ence of three other women I went immedi- ately to Simon Cole s house, accompanied by tno other women and when I reached them was aurpnbed to hear Stinon say that no such girl had been there, or any other girl I re- turned home and on tho next day I went and swore out the warrant for Dave Berrj and it was two weeks besore ho could be caught I havo tried every way I know how to nud my w ard but hav o failed to hear anything from her asked what she thought about tho matter she said 'I am afraid he has carried hei off and murdered her Chaney further said 'When threatened with arrest Berry said ho would swear he did her, Mary Brown, off before 10 000 people if necessary Inle in ]ail hi. called me and said if I woill havo him leleased he w'ould go and hunt Mary, if it took him a month to imd her A BE6ULAB EATTLE TItr: WHITES ASD BZ.ACKS FLORIDA SEVERAL MEN FILLED WITH LEAD Cause of the "Negro Emptied HisPiatolata Firo Returned and the War Is On Other BAS32B 4 Clubs Will Help tlio Financially NEW ORK, meeting toda} every ono was close mouth ud It is known tha. A G Spaulding m-ido a speeeh and tint the Pittaburg club represen- tatives in ide a statement of iiiiaucial matters Other clubs will probably holp i ittsburjj out by taking stock The meeting adjouiued suu jcct to the call of ehair Mr Byrne, of aaid "No resolutions or statements were made and about tho most important thing that leaving all differences between Ibe opposing clubs in the cities where thev exist to a conference committee composed of A G Spaulding, John B and mj self That means that you will settle Cleveland, Philadelphia and Boston questions doesn t it" was asked wo have no arbitrary power at ill onl> power to get at tho bottom of the troubles and report our troubles to ational League e won't however, hurrv as the league will probably meet again until late in the winter, and by t Aat time we hope to have everv thing settled bj a consolidation of tho plavers and the athletic clubs THE TIGHTS, And Fninily Out the in the Contest. L iGn Ga November 15 [Special George K Porter of Dawsoii county came to I aGiange several days ago and began selling dr> goods etc at auetion Ho v. as arrested bv the m irshal on a charge of violating city onlmanees Ho shovied a certihcate from tho ordin of Dawson connSy showing that he w as a disabled soldier, which according to the state laus is sufficient license for peddling an 1 auctioning Ihe mayor clai led th it tho j cei tificate was inv ahd, because the woid con federate wab omitted before soldier He was lined whieh he refused to pay aud contin- ued to -sell daj he was re arrested and lined 1-ri, i id was Uso hncd S )0 for con- tempt marsli il le 1 on 'iuO worth of Mr 1'ortcr employed Messrs Cotter A, Whitaker a who immediatelv iiled i bill for mmn tiou whirhwas granted bv W HJ rnt., at clunibei-s Porter j has resumed business at thp '-amo stand, and is j goinj; ahead as if nothing ha 1 nteiiuptedh m It is not J iiovvn whit he intends ing, b it it is thought ho will sue tho nty T 10 ex con fctleiates stf tho o b others George is a- meirh-nt and Bob a rail- road eontrar-tor Lot i aro h fjilj respo tetl citiyons c wai thf wildest excitement in Ocala from o clock yrstrrdny till long after mid niglu ind i report was nrc ilatc 1 that a. race dillicult> was ta'cni place in I iddicl and tl e Ocal i Tifles were e i lo 1 oat to there if needed Ail quiet todav Hr HI-, TVIFE And Elopod Another Woman Alabama Tragedy Bm-in cirui Via, November id [Spec al j a i Jii his or i.e h-1 1 u P i r n bJS a tf> In i v il r i s kji r s nrn I'teirdii ei i t.t v i am 1 T1- to stnke snot hiia. against J llt.IV -JlUIIlrgOIlIf a Co mbus fans mhirh co1 crcd has been, acquitted "McNab can ed that the tiegro who i collusion i 'i i coiorfcd bfacl sinth, had clipped the n- i v ith which McJvab had shod hordes so t the shoes woiUd come off and it would appeal t iat hus vv ork was done MeXab was ao in- censed that ho shot PIT Fire and Loss of LSfo "November tailor shop ana sroccr> buried at the uni e sitv of V irg ma tins morning "E in i j. O'Hara tai o i id a i aKent of lo tv was rciJ but hia a to and bead art nu C "I T state mars "Barroom vember 1-4 Sne- a

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