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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. XXII. ATLANTA. GA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 19. PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS SAM'S MONEY. OPERATIONS AND CONDITION tjwury the Past A WAR TUB FLOATED Launching of Tho increase uscal jiar ending June uth Jne aino mted to snm Y, 33 but twice exceeded 111 the of r be ye31 before was SI 0 came fron m erual expenditures w i increase of as SI OWL- of m eroal revenue of the crei those hof revenues ere S Slr. year before The theref re, a little tt of tho expenditures, and 9 bcpii a falling off in the e increase m revenues wore 400 rpus r were i ail out in premiums bond purchases Acci rd nj; to warrants rpf Smt3 oi the postothce department were Si ana expenditures an -ease of between OUOOUO and of in tl e treasury increased earfromSHW A7 714 to 1 1 1 0 I while er wed nearly 000 i ties decre-ib I d the year from Si1" 1 to J.-4 Tlti, and the re- A an excels of assets er i ii ties down irom -19S U )T 047 to He ditheultiu, in the way of making t t a'emeut of the liabilities of the trc :f the public debt are pointed out and na i es recently made in the debt state- ca obhgatio" the treasurj, on all LIU 47 on June 30, ISbD, jcd -40 1( o on June 0 ib )0 N :m.ih change hag t iken place in the Bv  lio s puerile to allow small t o printing of a few thoii'-ai d v to become an obstacle in tho he b is.nes. the Crhlaer Maine at Kroolclyn. IHFW ember armored cruiser Maine was successfully launched at U 44 o'clock from tho Brooklyn navy yard JMfty thoiuand people witnessed the launch- ing The day was a ynost propitious one- clear and cohl a fresh breeze from the w est blowing over East mcr, canning tho Hags on various vessels of the navy that were decked in rainbow fisluo i to stand out in all the gorgpousness of their varied colora Jivery detail had been arranged by Captain Miller, commander of thb jnrd tight stands had been erected for spectators at most advantageous points in the yara, from which the sight witnessed Fully one- half of the space was filled with ladies the bright colors of their costumes adding much to the scene riio set of the navy and party arrived at the jardat 10 o clock, on the United Mates steamship Dispatch from Jersey City Hear Admiral Braine, with his staff, re- ceived the distinguished gentleman and party as they landed and conducted them to his house At the bow of tho Maine a large stand was erected that surrounded the bows on both sides From this, on tho cruiser's starboard bon was a smaller one raised some ten feeC high On this stood Miss Alice "Wilmor- dutg, granddaughter of Secretary Traej, her grandfather b> her side and surrounded by a brilliant staff of naval oflicers In her hand, covered with a gold cap and decked with no boils, she held a bottle of American-made with whicn to christen tlie steel monster as it slid off tho ways into the waters of the "SV allabout U 11 15 o clock Constructor "Wood, with 300 men, bega." to wedge up the cradle under the ship In f teen minutes later, everything was in readiness and the vast multitude waited until the tide reached its highest limit, which was at 12 43 o clock At 12 40 o clock men were set to work under the bow of the cruiser sawing in two tho sole piece that alone held the immense mass of steel in place I? or three minutes they worked driving saws thiough the stick of oak Grad ually tho cruiser strained, and at 12 41 o clock, nrst almost impercepti began to move down tho well soaped md greased ways gaining headwaj as she rusht 1 to the water Thirteen seconds later she floated clear of land Just as she tirst moved, Miss TVilmerding dashed the bottle of champaign against the starboard bow, sajing I christen tbee Maine As the hull cleared the shiphouse, three temporary itag fobs were placed in position and three American nags thrown to the breeze hen the entered the water a mighty cheer went up from the assembled crowds, while tugs mid jachts and ten war vessels t-aiuted with then belK and whistles From tho dock a saluco was fiiod and a number of booms hied high in the air from vessels in the river, where they exploded with a tiemen- dons noiso Two of the navy yard tugs quickly made fast to tho Mime and she was towed to the dock and made fast The laum u as a most thorough success Everything worked as arranged beforehand, and nothing Oct urrcd to mar tne occaeaion The MJ.IIIO will be at ince placed in tho dry dock and there completed THE HOSTILE EEDS, TIIR Of JVO-BTir DAKOTA. ABOUTTHETHREATENEDOUTBREAK. Settlers Moving to the Towns for Protection. United Troops I, nder March- ing: Orders MIVVE V November 18 Tribune Mandan, I) special says that every house in town 13 full to with refugees from tho country districts The most intense excitement ails in the country Settlers are prepaieJ to behove anything about the Indians because of their queer actions latelj Several families came in today on loot a dis- tance of twenty miles and too poor to wagona In town somewhat less tension. exists owilig to tho receipt of 300 guns today from the the fact state that government and company D TO 1TTISON 111 their in noy matters "r itoi iievibil ty might be lio i g Id cei liieatef of denommatioi s j a J eic itoiiicd Uo al o tj f an ij i roj nation for the tians ui bintc I D ij or urroncy to t. for reilcinptmi t omtuiif out that hen the api ropriationf was stopped oj 'eMornnot slave found thoir way s iltrns lies where they hive been it i id forwarded t the tre unirj the e bt u t IA gc 1 to another appro- tli perhaps i oi to the people tlioy Tlio Hi President Congratulates tlie Gov- ernor of Pennsylvania. PHIT IDJLPHT v "November) refuta- tion of the published statement that ex Preai  vi rwhelmed with conpratu I innoi; le-j at the temptatlo i to ii> Lei eht up i jour election as governor oi 1 uu_ I Jclt tlio most intense interest in tho cm test in tate and Ji ive hj.fi groit Svinp with the L, 1 people then confronted tlif> were ivfh cvn-vthint, was had and this in l and ported bj p %rt> el uming an 1m soldiers will be here tomoirow morning from Fort Totton Tonigtit theie are 200 Indians in town armed, but tlie are armed, too, aud patrols will be out, and tho people sleep with their clothes on A date will be fixed by a committee of and Indian agents will be notified that after that date any Indian found in without i piss from the agent wih BE KII LED OV SIGHT The population ia thoroughly roused, and al though conservative men are doing their best to quiet the angry populact, there as ery reason to believe that unless the government takes immediate steps to increase the ff rce of soldiers here and at 1 oit I mcoln every Indian coming into the country will bo killed" TROOI S OV IjiE M UK H OM: VHA, Neb isovember IS were issued, at o clock this morning to rompanics A B, C and 1> of tho Second Lnited States Infantry at I ort Omaha, to prepare for march- ing at once while the other four companies were notified to be ready to on short notice lho first named companies left for Pine Ridgo agency at 4 o clock this afternoon with a full co-iiplement of mules and wagons and will be orovided with rations for fifteen days Tho marching column will bo in command of Major Butler The troops gat Fort McKii noy will also be ordered out and leave in the morning for Douglas, AVyo at l.i 50 o clock a in with Colonel Guy V Henry in command Tho march is about l_j miles Iroons it Ftrts Niobrara and Robinson which are not far from the scene of the difliculty will maich to- MRS S A. TFKKl AT HEIt OLD TRICKS aks Her She a. tawyti s I and Umbrella Ovci His Head SAN FRANCISCO "NVn ember special dispatch from I nmm savs Sarah Althea came into piominci t n Ijy si ipping the face of i lawver C C-ald well who is counsel for tl o i imimstritor of the Terry estate ind 1 lealcint, her p or his he-id and then him tested for disturbing hci Sh liat> beou dis satisned Tilth his method ef mg_ on tho alfurs of th th governor commuted the sen teuce of the elder to hie imprisonment, and that of the younger to live years in the pern tentiary He will come out at tho age of nf- teen, an old convict IN CSAKtOTTE. Tho Secretary of tlie Interior Returning to Washington CHARLOTTE, N C, No-v ember 17 [Spe cial Secretarj of the interior John W Jsoble, who has been spending a week in t-in culnton, hunting and drinking Lithiawator, arrived in Charlotte at noon todaj, and left for "Washington at 9 o'clock tonight Ho was ac ;ompanied by Mrs >iohle and I aw 3 or Henry 3lrong of Washington The party wa-s mofi at the depot bya delegation of local republican omco holders and citizens this afternoon The secretary wat> driven over town by Postmaster Brady and "W II Miller ami heerpresaodhlm solf as being ery much surprised at the business acthelv displayed 011 every hand Ho was especially inteieitod in the Olner cotton seed oil mi Us, saving they were the linesc ho had ever been through Colonel Isoble sai 1 if the mons for Bouth Cork, and leaders spoke in a similar strain The Jonrnall commenting upon the outcome of the O bhea divorce case and the predictions that have been made concern- ing its effect upon Mr Parnell s future, recalls the private lives of tbe duke of Wellington, .Lord Nelson, Lord Palmerstou and a number of other prominent parsonages who it in their time weie sub3ccts of scandals, similar to that in w Inch Mr 1'aruell is jaow involved. The Journal savs Ihe tfAhult; social ostracism to which I aruell will bo bubjectcd is absurd Le iir dutv ne never went into Boeietj It ia neither northern people knew tho south, better it would be a great bc'ioht to thorn Whs, said ho we know absolutely nothing torn paratively nothing, of tho great business actiMty in the south Ho declared that the louth was a laud as fair as the fairest and said he negroes appeared to bo perfectly happy aud contented SCOOP. iiditi ajority c t If sctrms t me th it the tpitiillc uid the struggle lu i i it, i b inu nM at hut h odds ought not t j _ b ei f rujlujonjoir grand dd eomm n si pi lied frco of ccsu to them, wtalth Bitulien it dine i rtcipit itetl ly the od c ein ail flesh paner currency, irn ol th no aeouatomed to   h id not lost their love tor lionestv and right Ihe demonstration tame dnd I am now gl id that tlie issue Lefween n0ht and wrong was m idf3 no clcarlv and that the wrong so impudently dis pined the banner under whieh its forces were gathered I to thank jou as a citizen andoneof tho pp pie tor t ic gallant eitort jou made and for all that jou d mo in tins tivinc hour to save American character and I am glad tl ia thine was done imler 'Liuocriti auspices though I think everj man who voted for deserves the gra.ii tude of his fellow countrymen Yours "very sin triiovFi Ci LVLLANO lion Robert E Pattison I liilalelpliia 1'a DENNING IS TOO SIX ART. E Jl er tho fact that the balance of "he two great parties 19 in the a-mers' Al'iance -WS C4LIIORMV 3co, November 18 last of the nrst congressional dis hero last night The offi ves Gearj democrat, van 19 Geary s plurality jl canvass of the second coii- is completed with the es- L dd CUimnetti, dem- i ality of J4 jothcial returns odnty indicate a plurality of -oinetti, and it is not believed 1 "ariTa3s will alter the result 3 California delegation in the "1 four same as in tho oresent ITSSISSIPPI OBLEQVriON. November IS Picay- aMiaj, special Omcial n the secretary state's olhce congressmen in QisT-Kt one county not re- -1 Vllen, democrat, scat- "oiid dwt-ict John C   this to Tue Chromc'e oi away, and sno oppose 1 the motioi In his argument ho allutUd to her as that worn in and used other preplan0 winch enraged hen cotut ad journed sho f r him slapped hisfico and broke hei sunshade orth River bank It showed assofs to be t 000 liabilities, S100 000 Killed AVitli n Mallet CH VTTWootrA, i.enn November 18 A W Hnssell and John Robinson, two YOUIJJT White men stonecutters and working side by side and lung timo friends got into a dispute about a il matter Ihe lie was passed and Hassoll struck binson with a wooden mallet from the effects of he died today Hossell is i sober hard- working, peaceable man aged twentj nine He is in jail charged with murder 2i.lcked to DeatTi. GK.ESWILI.H; S C November 18 cial Pearson of Reidville, Spartan burg county, in this state, -was kicked to death by a mule, just across the line in this county, on Saturdav last Mr Pearson had hitched the mule, and entered a store to transact some business "When he returned to the mule he approached too near his hind feet The mule viciouslv kicked him in the stomach with both feet When found he was unconscious He lingered until Sunday, when death released his sufferings The Murder of a Fedtller LAFAYETTE, Ala NOT. ombs r Ib The corpse of Arkins, a joung Jew peddling for Lewis Grnshowskj, a merchant of this place, was brought here morning He was horribly murdered and robbed by three negro men near Davis'on in Tallapoosa county Tho negroes h B confessed the crime as having been done bj them on da> last They are now lodged in Tallapoosa county jail An Offer of Silver. WASHIJ.GTOV, November 18 prominent national bank of New citj made an offer to tho treasury department today to sell 000 ounces of silver at market rates It was refused on the general ground that the de- partment ran consider offers onlv on regular purchasing Wednesday s and Fridays Official Returns From Nebraska. LINCOLN, ISeb Novoinbcr re- turns from every county in the state, oa can- by the secretary of state, e Boyd, democrat, a plurality of 144 The balance of the republican. Btate ticket is elected by plu- ralities ranging from to Tho in- dependents controlboth branches of the legis- lature ______ A Restaurant Ablaze. Rcnir Ga November 38 fire occurred yesterdaj at tho restaurant of H G btoffregan The kitchen and dmamg Accident at a November cial serious accident occuned tb.it, even ing at Burk'a ten oeut c re us Miss Mamie Qumtelle was performing on a fiftepii-foot ladder balanced ond up on her huobiind's foot, when she lost her balance and fell upon a stake that supported a guv tope iround tue i !No bones were broken, but her i iterual iniunei prove fatal Her husband is a Jap, and she claims to bo the daughter of a French consul Taking? the Certificates NEW YORK, November 18 chairman of the loan committee of the clearing house stated today that 000000 m loan certificates had been taLou tae banks and ho expects a large tomorrow A tncnotuent 13 on foot to o tue hank presidents offer to take from the zreisurv ?10 000 OOJ m squall com on condition tuathe buysipor cent boada to that amount If the bank presidents succeed in this pro- posal they will take the balance of small coin held in the treasury The Opelika Fair OPEUKA, Ala November 18 Tho fair is a magnificent success The at- tendance is four times larger than ever beforo and Thursday are alliance dajs Special trams from Columbus, Montgomery, __ _ CT Ctiildersburfiaud other points will be run for room were burnt up J-he prombtncsaof the fire j tho benett of the visitors to the Opelika ex- department prevented what threatened to be position. Comnusaioncr Kolb will apeak to- a serious conflagration, The loss ia a few i morrow Thursday, hundred dollars. peak to- scjiool Inman S 13 s Juy GotiJa Kot Own a Interest NEW IS evident In- man, of the lac'miond -Tcrmual sjstom, was asked this morning if the story that Jay Gould had acquired a controlling interest in Ho system -flas true 3Ti Ijman. said in of stock, and at this imount Gould ha-> bought up one seventh, or 100 JOO shares Tho board of directors con- sists 11 ci i-htte i me nbors and the amouiu of stock he I b> Ciouduiil entitle him to throe or foui members in that board at tho nexl election I regard Afr don d tud Ins son, Gto-Ete ns drst-clnss i ulroad men and thev uill be welcomed in the prcsen uimagemeii Hj i resent Air Goul 1 are of the most friendly charade- Our system has two direct connections with the Missouri at Memphis Toim and th r I'arucli to retire to pnvite life hut we can haidlv expect him Jo sluwso Seli respect as tuis eourbu would evidence The Londou JSewssays Irolaud's uncrowned king has been crowned wita in- famy lho Star (O'Connor's paper) says Parnell does not intend to resign the leadership of tbe Irish parliamentary pfrty aad he wrote wuh Ins own ha id the summons issued baturdaj to his followers, call ng upon them to be pres- ent at the opening tho houso of commons Ho main ams hi impertuble temper and even spirits and his talked with his ii ends upon. matters iiMhferent or trilling but he made uo allusion to the tml He certatn to appear in t >e house of cnjixnoiis when that body opens o i Ihero was a. largo attendance of Irish mem- of TO 3TKS. A Special Invitation to a Distinguished Mn.LEDGE% ILLH, Ga !SoA ember IS cial The imitation committee for the cere- monies on the 27th instant issued na- tions to the press, legislature, the military of tho Masonic orders and prom nent mdi but one invitation has been issued, heretofore unmentioned, that probably goes in deeper sincerity and its acceptance will be hailed with more profound gladness tl an any of the rest To Mrs "W 1 Atkinson is its tddress In a speech here just after Milledeev ]le was selectra as a site for tue school Ler lant husbai pianiinj: the circumstances that 'cad to tho bill, wmtii he introduced, the entire "re 1 t of the movement to his wife's inspiration r-om hour to tb s, that noble s rarae lias been close'y linked to the sreu movement and the peon a ofMiUedgoMlle are on y too glad chat tn opportumtv hi? armed whei the can show their of tbe m seen hand th it conceded it Tin n itauon to Mrs Atkin- son suggested hj Major of one of the mofaL eMjmsitc p odaet onj of ir--, and be aehvercd to Crl uel ur his wife tomorrow in Vtl in a It is a es of the coat of arms of the state beautiful v painted on cream satn The arcn o er U a pillarb ia a rei rt LOI t.s ing the different stu ics i ith )f art On two sciol's cann aftM list Lne pillars, ia a list of oil or stiidit i such is pru iiV <3es ffinnp: otnbroic t c t'lo beautifully nj, the t jr- ilun <.f the institution iht paintimr is stone co ie< and tho lettern g of old cold The imitation is exquisitely printed between thOiillais iad runs as joMrs Atkji so i m romnici rati n ol the JDS] n of i noble r 11 A n if thN Lira! nvi it tii IK r tlib t bars of pn whom agreed that Mr Faniell should the leader hip of tho nationalist partj They all sa d that or Scotch oi inion in the sub (et, had iiorhing to do with the matter '1 lie meeting closed with cheers for cho leader of the Irish partj Dr 1 arl ei, of the temple, sajs he considers that Parnell is bound to surrender the le i h rsh p of the lush party Tno bettor the cause the doctor "tlie clea-ner should be the hands that handle it Kuus Into a Pussenger Train One Ma Killed and Several Injured "November [Spe cial car loaded with gravel broke loose and ran w ild doun a on the High land Avenue md Belt railroad this morning A passenger trim v.a.3 only a short distance ahecid The engineer saw the 11 car coming and opened his throttle Tho mad race for life was a short one Tho car was running more than T, mile a minnte Itstruckthe reai coach of tho train but the speed of the latter broke the force of tho colhsio i Conductor Tohn Carney, who -was on the reai platfoim of the ear, was mstantlj Killed He fell on the track and the runaway car passed his body T J O'Brien a passenge-, was badly hurt Ehas Harrell, a negro brakeman who was on tno wild car trvmg in to put rn tho brake, wai thrown oil and piobably fatally in- jured Many passengers jumped off when the cars struck, but they escaped witn al gut bruises :FIGTjKJES FRO II "HOItTH CAROLINA TL.XXING ON ISew Charges Blade Against the Explorer. I OMIOV, INoMsmber IS Mr Quiltor editor of Thu Universal Jxevicw lias an article m that public it on on the Stanley coi t overs; which has atti acted much attention Mr Quilter says lie ib especi illy informed that Jameson s diary and letters wf-re placed in a box by Bon 113 atier Jameson's death and that the box: after being sealed up bv w is ctmfided to Instead of fon irding tho bo-v to Jameson's f.ii Stanley How Political Matters in the Old Tar Hool State. KuriGH, N C November IS The returns of elections, so far received, show that the majority of Mpmiian for chief j istice Price will cloaelj approximate Congressman e ect W A Branch of 110 first disuricc said tocla-'that his majority is about J, JOO Out of the 170 mcmbnrs of tlio lesislaturo there are 14J democrats 21 rapnb lieam and 1 indepentient 1 here are 102 mem hers of the Farmer, Vlhance eleven lawyers 2 merchants, and 28 w hose profession is not 11 here !N early all the ailianoo member? are democrats Aot over twenty of all tho members failed to sign tho alliance demand cards gAll tho congressmen elect save Cheatham, republican and Henderson and CowJes, democrats, signed the demands Two Workmen Killed and Several Others Injured. CLETELAVD, O 'November Lima, O this forenoon, a building in course of erec- tion .at the Solar refinery fell while a number of men wore at work upon it Two woriv men were killed ontneht and a dozen or more .njured, some seriously Tho building, which was owned by the standard Oil Company, was 175 feet lone and 35 wide The framework was completed and the men were just putting on a corrugated iron roof when without tho irama col' ipsed scattering the great {beams, timbers and non work in ery direction The -wreck tlie opened the box and retained I ipers in his possession ouly parting i h them arter repeated applications including a letter from i Jawjer acting for J irn  he de-Hans, iiould never daied to make such s unless ho Iiad bi en assured that Bonny would cou him tnom Bonnj, he was paid ant of Sianle% JiOCTOIES DISAGREE Austrian Phjmcians Declare Against tJbn ISow Treatment. Noveirber 18 Doctors hare returned fiom Berlin donbts as to the radical cure of lunus bj Dr Koch's treatment Thej say some of tuo cases declared to be cured suspicious lookinc pustult s were seen bieaknig out afresh near cicatnred and leading Austr an specialists warn tho faculty over estimating the s complete The Cotton Kcview EW YOKK, Xovemuer 18 opened at a decline of 2 to 4 points, closing steady ae 9 to 13 joints decline from yesterday s closing prices futures were again depressed, by unfavorable for- eign advices and tbe disturbed state of financial centers The break in silver may have contributed .o the depression Smaller receipts at the ports iaU no effect in supporting values and will not so cms receipts at interior towns are larce stocks leeumulate tnere Boner weather at the Auntli IH orablo picking aud yet not cold as to bring killing troaiB, waa an clement of weak- ness Suil, with the stock exchange looking bet- er, there was a steadier tone at close Smt cotton here was dull and lately steady, of Koch s method They alhrm that up to tho present time not a snigle case of undoubted and euro h is been recoiued Ihe> aKo liink it possible that a strong react on of tue remedy on disease I tissue proie dangerous to weais: and interfere with inspiration. Thiee deaths, d.ttr butcd to this cause, have already been reported Both Men Jumped in Time. GBEDNVILLE, S C, >oTember cal collision occurred here jestorday af- ternoon between the shifting engine used at this place and a freight engine of the Kich inoiia and Danville railroad It occurred on the tratk connecting the Columbia and Green- ville and tho Richmond and Dauviho rail Tho and firemen on both en- gines jumped in tune to escape injurj Both enemfib were badl> wrecked, and the tenders wero completely smashed Fa and Dead in a Itoclc Pile VILLA Kiev, Ga Jsovomber 18 [Special J News has 3ust reached town that Bob Cope land colored, was found m a rock pile yesterday A few days ago Bob was picking cotton in the field with some vhite children and a gill about fourteen old they started to o tho iieul ho attempted to assault her The result rt'is his dea Frond of Their Representatives. Ga November 18 [Special The news of General Gordon's election was received with great enthusiasm Eaton ton and Putnam county are ery happy over his election, and proud of their gallant represen taftves, Beid and Ingraham Satisfied in Warren. "W Ga November 18 3 General Gordon's election as United States senator undoubted satisfaction in this countj The people begin to realise that he has been .sadly misunderstood, and that all Along he has been battling for tho in- her __. _ ___...... of Girls, Nori u.1 a j i n il >'if-c TC witness the i 1 icr Ii i t d t i the blessings o l je Ua i httr-i 01 ue )r miitation is fruned i i a, 1 i oak plush frame, andgt useius a be? im tu jp pearance Tlia other memcnal in-vitaLions the ernor and Ratine irt printe I on cards in tho lushest tj j c oL hu n il jkul and handsomely fram< d in oak nlush frames Ihey will be dolnercd the sena e and tomorrt w bi tho IA ee tl tco, wl o left on lias evening tra n for At- lanta about twenty strong, ana Leaded by tLe major of vlio ciuj Ihe programme for tno ocrasion is daili- n creasing in interest and no le s tli in 10 0 jJ people are exjeoted to takeuatt n an! ing th" occasion the greatest of witnessed on southern soil 1 OI! XTFO V 3-, He Will Hate to Servo In of Hfe Crime Ga Andrew Baugh coluie I, who oliot McCoiunck about thrco TCTS ago has been taken to the convict carapg to a sentence of two years McCom L in accoraance with instructions from tho c ty council, w is super intending tho 01 euiiij; of a new ttrcct tnrj igli land ov ned Bai gh Tlie latter cred upon JicGomack mriictmg painful, though noc wouid The ailair caused consia erablo excitement at tho time Baagh was tried on a cbaige of assai-lt ivlfch intent to murder, comieted and sentenced to tno jeara in t'ie appeal was made to thesunrrrnn cour'-, and wa1; released on bond r 10 ictu i of bho superior eeurt woa -ftfiirired, auu U t re hen enred   for forgerv riirv 1 ave Lceii came I to fit convict cauipt. Two other prisoucis rciuj.ni m iail THI NEW "II YTSAOK-WBNT Of theKo ue Tribune BIjkts feeveral Impor- tant Ho IF Ga er o Tnb u e of imd i I 11 7 tl o piovmc tor h is c ip o cd vh 1 i aid irncK. ff AtUnta as h is nrs m m M is a uc th man f long r tuc n cu. ef ai d Mr b M S ruggs is "ditni "Mr fcc-u> o fr im KnovMllc nbcrc 3 h d i i T it on n Hie fcicntinel lie i i 3 man twenty ono MrTVallprr ford al oh sbccnpliced in the bns ic s depanmeut Tie paper is low under splendid m Knt the Opinion I hat the Only V, in t d t FI COPDI 11 GT si Miss Grteur ughler (f i It f (rreene saw n 11 man he died tn nor ung fro n th cftec s <_e tl 9 of morphine Li f n t M p retire1! in 1 er ustinl goo 1 IK a t ar I j tr ts Sho ai3 found 1 o lock thi mm in 1 e- I Bleeping i and s ex it s gns of havn or tar.eu some- dnii, A i mat i of the ro ji i resu ted n tfif disc i of a oott o oE morphin .1 w U en Brs arid Blow n vcn a le i j i i cf7 ji ely   siij n eJ tli sin mtem'cd ta J df e to produce qp ec and The Train IjAGi Ga ]No enl e 1 ecial It is now t ion., t that the ti ins on UK 1 ir in 1 AIa  uf m cs east of LaGraacrr- g ''ing has >e< i completed to thf depot i i i aGra "iia tin track laying vill soon 1 o 1 ruined J 1 o roaj TV Jl be hero beioro hristmas i Kari t srv "S vcn r JJ ta cl tilt r- cs ve -e of uc .tl er In e attend ante rr it i er s r n e rtct tr tl i 2 -1J ci "-K Justin i i Scron I r-i t irpi ner w< n Kittv i Tinp 1 U fii" f wt r ret ie pd Mil d thir 1 I L jt Tliret o t of f e heats i I ml Iimt 2 u a rt n cla n Ca i a n a inrl his jockcv CIJ i 1 Andrew ieol  i.., Ga "November [Si cc a1 Thovrnrknf J I> of arrived at this nort this afternoon iv U 100 tons of tho of the sthojnpr Howard Smith vrhicli eiit down off Daboj a ago The Jones is the heat equipped vessel tho kind in America, and attracted much at tension here TELEGRAPH. BilL VlTIF is spreading teneedto life i t'ie train rob' er iin" beer prib ir-ie it u tat, O no peniten- Tony Hart, tlie actor 1 been adjudged ineaiia The suspension of I Owens was an- nounced on tlie ei.cliange i   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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