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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA, GA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 18901 PAGES. "ATff otter Weekly Paper gird to great o Variety of Entertaining and Reading at n lorn a price.'" .__ .ssurance, st josir in Haiti- r- ir.tl Ohio fw3 ulTairs, and the report; to st.-M-V'olrlers at the annuy.1 r. u oho wed a greatly nvcfl fiimicis.1 but told a -.cory rnl ganor- j'rc-iid-'int Cii; F. Mayor was ejected Tfcflinbcr, the -.-M-i tlio tlret luis Iteca very succi'Sb- {T-fi was tho ro- Ui'l Ohio Soiith- I Mr. Has Some Vie ITS antl I2x Them Clark's Sen- j teace of Qznurn. inprovement of the Yai- anj Cor.trol over the railroad was ob- 'O, and the m- mniMJij '.i first mortage I'.io.ir.ti" T to Fiu'inot't to Clarksburg, :t junorion with two inrre and Oh'o. Along lit A of coke over tho lines the booth west nun Co tho Ua't'more and TI all tLo Ca-ntlen Inics in under the 1131110 i tho T.Vesc Virginia ai. d Pittshtirjj road. It t over u-re nf timber, coal unit -n .ihontas. Wens tor and cho'.is coi'jAio-f iii Wust Tho CONSTirtrrroN- At tlio urgent request of the relatives of Mr. diaries 51. Oiijarn, nho retained me to assist in ins defense, ant! indeed, after reflection, folio wins tho dictates of my own judgment, I beg ij-avo to ti'imWy advert to the writteu condemna- tory .ithlrcsd inidc by .Judge Richard It. Clark, in ussinj: the ueutuTicoor the Jaw upon Mr. Ozburn, .ml by him rurimhcd to the press. As your readers know, said learned judge la B-iitl ..uMfKda to the eenteirce which tlio law ihreited should be imposed, recapitulated the as he viewed tlio same, anil hy the way, us contended for by state's counsel at the trial, di'eUruil tho same made out a cise of murder, aud m euidled tthraso, asserted that thnnjm gihiuld -through the uncertainties of the l.nv Bf-curo a new trial, yet he need not Hopti Hint ai'nther jury would do other mete out to him the vuiie AWIH! penalties, ite., etc. I-ia it be rvmumberuci tbat M time said sen- teufe wan itniKcsod.amiHJrHl otnter dictum uttered. .i motion tor ;i net? was pending, before said and ha knew that if lie refused to grant the s'une, the would inevitably be appealed to tito supr-nio com c. Tliat the supreme court does tfraat new tri.ila in eaBO3 where the trmi imljrea mink noao oujriit to be allowed, la mutter ol hmtorv. to the caw uniler discussion, it is almost the imchvjd' opinion o! of tho members of the -J.tr to u-liimi lias comn ;i k.unvledjre of tho evt- am! of tlio court charge the j law of und of aolf-defenae that 1 Ozburn entttlt'd to, and will iiiiqueationablv se- cure .1 new trial .Announcements for 1892. Only a few of the many Remarkable Announcements of Authors and Articles engaged for the Sixty-fourth Volume of THE COMPANION can be presented in this advertisement. The Publishers will be pleased eend the Complete Prospectus together with Specimen Copies of THE COMPANION on application. ___ Illustrated Serial Stories. The Serial Stories to be published during the year will be of unusual interest and variety. They will be Finely ijm-stion t tlciire to aelt what prob- eireet uill the imblLshed opinion of Judge C'Urk IIT.VH on inuul-, ol the public, and of thi jurors to be called, to pass upon the r nmoeumv of the jirlfloner at bar? it further bo remembered that the law, dur- jn-r the trial of a- case, ilocsnot allow a judge to intiniali', iiy whatsoever circumlocution, any opin- i 1 Cherry r.v to about L' hat facts have or bare not tho Chicago and Akron ran- t, 'IS o from Akron, O., to rmination ot sin-h stupendous issues are in- tbe jury atono this solemn Tiudie'Snnot, unuor the wisdom of tho law, to tin; trial ;iury opinion, why Is it tor liim to doclarb a pinitue opininn, Jfictiv .1. will be cornplotetl i him to declare a pn-utue opininn, in ,un E1v0 ,ho j )mi> n. sVri :ne of itb Chicago, try the laiou deiendant by a panel of Netsigon: Vivid, realistic, full of bright Incidents and stirring Adventure; by Through Thick and Thin. A stirring story of Boy Friendship; by How an Arabian Horse was won and saved; by Kent Hampden. A Boy's Effort to clear his Father's Reputation; by The Heygood Tea Service. A Picture of Life in the South; by C. A. Stephens. Molly Elliot Seawell. Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesea, Rebecca Harding Davis, Elizabeth W. Bellamy. Army Lefe and Adventure. By Generals of the United States Army. A Phenomenal Scout; Gen. O. O. Howard, Com. Div. of the Atlantic. Reading Indian Gen. John Gibbon, Com. of the Columbia. Hunting Large Game; .Gen. John R. Broofee, Com. Dept. of the Platte. In Big Horn Canon; Gen. Jamca 3. Brisbin, Com. Pirst U. S. Cavalry. Naval Life and Adventure, By of tho United States Navji Adventures of a Middy to SOB Domingo; Admiral Bead D. Porter. Powder Montojrs ud Cbdc FnaUidtiaj Ren-AdmbaS G. B. Luce. A Chat about j awu-Admlnl t. Ktaberiy. Overland ia J RsajwAflalaa f. 3, OtSft. Some of the Elmindut Contributors. Lord Chief Justice of sii'l Cram rVvflaml to "itt-burg. It cost little ro build, most of the nqltt-ot-wny uivu; Uie i'l-vi- are iroderate. On Sop- "iio.o1 C> per cent bonJs if tho Central Oh.o re vwiiponied .vnd 4V per t'-vt1! for tlipm. Tho ILI and Midland obuuiic'l tin- Central Ohio j becoming riio and of all i :hc stci'k. Ta.s run-, from Columbus to il'd'imi Citv. O iki itid and Coniincnco II.T.I 1'pon lunlt t-vt-ntj mi IPS from Coti- ricenee, P.i., up thn river to Voupli Manor, m O irrtnt cuansy, Md ft COPS T. tlbti ilittru-t in western Mary- J3'i, and in any hard ILt, Saitimt-re nnd Ob'o ;s the per-iianent tes- _j and owner a in.iiority r-I the stock. TLe rond was 'milt iy the Viugh Manor and turned to the Kaltunure Ohio on ;i lease. A big oil is developed on the line the Baltimore and in Usimington, "W. Vs., nnd a lino is boiiig j I; to conned with pipes fur Phiiadolphia, j and York. North j n tho dniaion, aim !'a., iNo oil that have utiilt up tho j'i'try vpry mud., and increased I passenger business. is i tiia froitiht yard and drilling inrors to ho has sjtokeu in eucU utinwatak- ililc terina'' Constitution and laws of ourata.se jrtiaranMo unw every :nan, however grave may ho tho crime he- U "harder] witli havuiy; coiumittod, a fair and tri.il. Can the brt-n of man puaaihly that a il.'ieiiilaiit under the uomtittona wunia ntitaln .1 fair and impar- tK t'1-Ll" ould DOC the by his public tlscUrfttionK, hiv-H irn-Toeabiv urojiidp-cd tlie de- ieniUiit, and wmild not tlio out of Ufifer- cmucotho juilge, unwittingly Imbibe hia views ol guilt? it be said that a juror would bo dis- riualnied who had the judge1' condemnatory oxp'e'Mioiis, nnd had formeti AD .tpinion as to the of -Jefen-i-int tberi'bv, ior so little does DIP law r-are for The opinions of the trial judges, [nrcrahonld u above mimner, that, though a hail formed an that he h opinion iii'uii tfio opinion of the >n above coiinot-tion, such fact f -miii not him. And more eape- fi.illy should (.pinion's of this kind be withheld pending .in urpeal, it known that the pi-npral public, by a peculiar I'rocL'sa of f-pecies of mental iegerder- mim apt to invoke .1 iutlge with mysterious and portentous attrUmtea ol reverence, and give to hjH luter.iinw a far deeper weight nndsitr- nifloaiico than wi-uld be given r.lie came man dl- vcatiMl of hi? oHlca. In iiotiS name, if a man must bo strangled to death, at tbe end of a rope, let it be done In ex- il ion. Hannibal Hamlin. Gen. Oliver 0. Howard. Admiral David D. Porter. Carl Lutnholtz. Pres. Seth Low. Jules Verne. Marquis of Lame. Lady Constance Campbell. C. A. Stephens. A ISauBniD AIDSttl. Jnrtin HoCarttf. Jenny Ions." I. Norman Tneodon Roosevelt. Camlllo Hammarion. Rev. Lynao Atiintt. Walter Max College Athletic Sports. By Harvard, Princeton and Yale' Captains. College Boat-Racing; by the Capt. of the Harvard crew, R.W. Herrick. Foot-Ball at Princeton; by the Captain of '89, Princeton, E. A. Poe. Base-Ball: Strange Ways in which Matches have been Lost and Won; by the Captain of the Yale Nine, A. A. Stagg. How to Chooso a College. Four Articles of gtat vUne to young loan decriag a College Tha President of Colombia anivertlty, Prom. law, foraur PrecUentof Cornell Untrcrafty, Hon. 9. WStrtj. former Profossar ta Oiforf Unlroraitj-, Ptot GoJdirfn Smith. The Prcfrident of Aalwtst Mertfll F. The ILafest Discoveries in Science.' Thu phiJ'i-opiiy tmt t" offfiuU'i on. iimal jurisprudence in against tho law its jns such ptmishinent to bo Uorhrt'tab.itivwanil admonitory. And the Individual, :ind the onlookin" pnMir. Hi.it a conviction has been unfairly a puuishincnt unjustly administered ma-n line of the i iVinc Hocks up In reason ami son.-io of fair and Harper's Ferry. bo a oonven- I rh, Iwjart of huraaiiity tjeneia.1! froiijht fov the so natation X'jhts and jp of trains intfnde 1 of the I 3 Baithuoro and Ohio t.fKcirJs will prob- j a tin -t1 tamed ami .1 it, doth lose tti rt .mii the likunvd unto a 11 bo it lor Jind puiiishrat-nt like biblical saror, is trampled under rer, however guilty he may be, r mv nnrpo-f of Eiioh tho Eiiohara H. Clark. niKl learned, and ably lake iip ior tho j ffootl tt.e down to Lviichbun' V'a is T! i iw-Hrptlly would not wittinijlv do this OMilds Jio A :iiley braucli wr any other m.m, an lajifttice, tosavehisSwu south from its present terminus at j rijfht iiinu. Vo. The Valley branch of the BaUruore ar.d j t" that I, a Ohio raus down on the west side ol the mov.y- i of wWlom thiis', iowevor tains, and if the n.artajfeuieut contoiup'ale criticise his action'. b'jildinj; further south, it will have to to re3I'f get to fjom tho taithfut and vigilant, lawyer, under whose Tho distance iron: to I u human lifo been Ljiicliburg isforiy-nine This Series of Papers is designed to explain in as simple a manner as the results of the most recent researches of the greatest Specialists in Science. They rviil be folly illustrated. THE STARS; by J. NORMAN I-OCKYER, F. R. a, 
                            

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