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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITU' ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 189O PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'EOUALTOEUBB. Tbree Mou iritli Shi 0.0 Darmc Accomplished 1 J, 3iis3 ember juaOtlo of the famous outlaw, g not buried with him, but fft ueriJj fellen on tho shoulders of one i same dauntless 33 iwssesaed m the famous outlaw, when ho, single-handed and, up Louisville rn.a summer at Flomaton and Southern. Express Company of of the This dazing act last nght at 9 o'clock, on Pacific road, twenty two miles of this city, between IndianoTa and station, where one bold and -uotei entered the express car of urae Southern Express Company and ia point of shining revoHerg compelled mea to told up their hands and eta? ajs commands. Tie sarticulora of this bold train rob- ben K9 33 follows Last night, at 9 o'clock when west-bonnd train 52 of .hi Pacific railroad, bad regained M roeed, after leaving Indianola, a am dT3 and eight inches in height, wjj t -nask and cap on, entered the mail car kttl covered Hall Messenger Harrington ft Yvolver and marched him into the ar, in charye oi Messenger C "W aland, and commanded both, to hold 3> feu hands, and at the same time ran HJ ted into, the pocket of tho express and1 taking the toys to the safe T tt came the messenger s watch, T5i attached to the same chain HAiD OUT THE MONEY i the keys and watch he fl both to the messenger and told I o open tho safe and hand out the which command was promptly joey He then looked into tho eafe to f had gotten all that it contained, L -3 time having his revolver on both -x he had the exoress package a possession he said to the mail mes "want what you have got, as I k ant to bother Undo Sam 3 4.GGAGE: MUSTEK DANCES TOO b accomplished in a few min- iii. his time the baggage master, W A 4 chen, eutere 1 the car ho was the robber to pull the bell A ,op tl e tram, which was also done Ha then commanded, all three am d in a row while he deliberately ucnards to the door ot the car and stens w ith his revolver drawn on an 1 without saying a word oit t irough a cotton field the Xnd an bijou iiagon. road iiito i few hundred jardb ere the train as shopped 1 this was done before the tram ed HealU man s station hich is only jnies from Indianola The usual of the train is about tiventj i" on this roau The t.afe contained Sj m small pad ages Had he e1 tho tram atter letting Columbus ould have mado a good haul PISSENGFE3 NOT JIOLESTED 0 passengers on the train, were not 1 i o ol anj robbery being committed 1 the conductor told those uho came CTI, i to the express cai to fenow why fc was stopped this time the -vas oat oE "ID ess Vgent ton, at this place, afc elegrqghed to headquarters at Atlanta tbe company of the facts who, toubt, will take prompt action in ag down the robber There was some putting bloodhounds on his trail, o far nothing has been done FOB FOOD. Deluded Men of tho North west. TTGIGO, November o'clock General Wilhanu, receded the follow- 'H rDortant telegram from General Brooks, rL 3 CQmmand 1 me Ridge agency fcrfw of acencv hawgune out w er their priper j at their homes in ine W s i> ev !ot'S63 bhpped Hosel ud Indians who have it is eu the r c imp to White river about o n Pine Ridge, u I y Indians have m t tecias jet Parties are now look atu.r the Indjan.3 here .ire iiuve nothing to give The rofidente ot the Indian "nd the his food causes this of this telegram, General 3 now at Wash was tele It was but a few mo- when General Williams re egram from Captain Hurst who is a at Bennett, stating that U continues at Cheiry creek at is where the chiefs, Hump e arG the leaders General Allies asmugton for Chicago on Mondaj f WITH THB HOSTILBS 1 M nn November 30 Pioneer i-oniPine Kidge agency, S D f Jay morning a conference was ta the government TV as repre- .f ccial Agent Cooper and Dr j a ate of aoutn Dakota bj Dr -die Indians were represented tf 4 Hai Littlo Wound I ittle tlieir spokesman being p This interview leads to the ;._ a political machinery of the lent s to a certain extent, re- 3 trouble Little Wound was 3th Rover and IVJcGilhcuddy a ted that tbe ghost dances occurreU if Pr MoGilli- becfroae they would -i before beginning them 1 d he is not one of the ghost dance is said by organized by the f have an accumulation of d this weird means to ex- riie principal cause of to be that there the hereditary chiefs have beou in in agents 1 10 or sharp arras 1 Little u jsh It is opinion Wounaxa" I E A TRAGEDY IN JACKSON A Physician a Former Citizen At! an tit. November 30 The bang1 oi forty-five caliber Colt revol- ver startled the peonlo on Capitol street today at 9 30 o clock There was great excitement when it was learned that Dr W D Toda a prominent pbjsician had shot and probably fatally wounded T. A, Her a prominent citi- zen, and one of the leading jewelers of this Todd s othee in Spncbard's drugstore and Her s jewelry store two doora away. With tho stieet full of people it has been impossible to get the statement of an eye witness lurther th m that after the report of the pistol Her w alked around tho corner to Hunters drug stcre and uent into Spneteard's drug store and awaited the officers, while Her was earned to his residence in a very precarious condition The ball entered his arm aea- tho slioulder.shattcrmg tho bone and socket where the arm joined the shoulder Dra Harrington and Hunter amputated it at thQ shoulder socket, but failed to get the bail, which went further into shoulder He is now conscious, but it is thought wiU die to- night. Dr Todd was re eased this morning on a hail of beforo Iler's wonnda werft known to be dangerous but waa rearrested by Mayor Henry this evening and placed in iail CAI.SB Oit THE SHOOTING There is great reticence ia all quarters as to the cause of the shooting but it is definitely known, it; grew out of rumors improperly con nucting both the gentlemen's namoe with tnat of the wife of F W superintendent of the Gas and Electric Light Company at thia place Mrs Meed is a hanusome woman, formerly a Miss Kust of Indiana Her hus- band la deeply distressed at the icandal and tragedy and refused to of It, but ox presses confidence in his wife B virtue Dr Todd, while refusing to say anything regarding the cause of the trouble, made the following statement regarding the shooting He was in Sprickard'a drugstore, about 9 30 o cloot, was going out the door to go home when he was confronted by Her, who asked him what he was going to do about that mat- ter referring to some previous trouble between them Todd replied "I am not going to do anything about it, when Her caught him in the collar and put his hands behind him, whereupon Todd drew his pistol and shot him Her then turned and walked up the street for a few steps and made a motion as though ho was going to draw a weapon, when Todd again drew his pistol on him, but Her turned and walked on, when Todd put up his pistol and sent foi tlie officers When pressed to know what the matter Ilei referred to was he said that he had nothing more to say now It is known, however, that Her was seeking to have Todd get A written retraction of some re narks alleged to have been made by Mrs Todd, connecting Her with Mrs Meed WHAT ILSB, BAYS Iler's statement made to Mayor Henry this evening (who wrote it down) is as follows I spoke to Dr Todd aoout the matter in question this morning He had previously stated to me that I opght to hold him. re sponsible for what his wife had said I learned this mormng that Todd had sauJ tbfttr he iras entirely resoonsible for what had been said by his wife and that what she did was correct "I went to bee him about it and he told me tins I made a motion to strike him with my list when he drew his pistol I then grasped him with my hands to hold him but he shook loose from me and pulled his pisto1 and shot me I had nothing on me in the shape of a pistol, and on mv to jttte posloffico at the time and had onl> a small bunco of keys in my hand I can prove that my pistol is now in niy s ore Todd and Her earn were about thirty five years of age Todd was raised in the county and is hi-jhlv connected He is now countj physician and has several childien Her came here from Atlanta Ga e ght or ten jears ago und from a binall start bas built up a His wife died a few months ago, leaving two small children Mrs> Meed and her husband came from Indian a poos about two jesrs They have no children, both families live neir each other Todd waa the family physician of both the other families ASSESSMENTS Report of tne Civil Service Commission on u Certain Practice WASHiNfTers, November annual report of tho en il service commission made public todaj fcays Xhc ol the civil service law Interdict ing nolitual assessments while they liavt, not succeeded in tiitirclv st i pine; rlie evil have un dmibtedl> muc i aoated it Hiwever there is one point partitularl> where the law if evaded The m the course of its Investigations found that hotli in 1888 and 1S90 there were certain campaign cuuinnttees of tha partv for the time being procured lull lists of the various employes in the government ind ot their hinne residences aud tneii sent letters soliciting campaign sub to them ivt thei- homes Tlu.se letters were Bigned men not iu the government service, noting for different cam paign committee" In some instances these- agents even visited clerks in person at their humes Ihere aeenis little reason whj an out aider should he allowed to solicit a dork at home j.iid lorbiiiden to ilo ao in a government building and tho is oi the opinion that tho law auoulti be amended so as to forbid the solicitation of government emploveti by out aiders m any wa> at any time, or in place rt government emploves wish to contribute to their parties let then? do fao voluntarily hut they should n it bo permitted to be harassed I j mitilde i arues who desire to spur them, up to make contributions Acontril tuion from a pri vale perbon almost in fact IB and there is no reason whj a campaign committee should lie Xorbuliic.il trom soliciting it but an employe of the IH always more or le e at the inercj ot an mdividu tl standing ni influence wilt> the dominant party and eve-v measure should be taken to protect mm from aa improper of this influence Weak clerks when solicited by wl o are not in the government service but vho stand liisrh m the ranks of the party 11 wiucti the ad ministration for the time being belongs often feel that tuey jeopardize their places if thej do not pUcate the jie jplt. bohciting them As a inatter ot iact thJ coium believes that there is now J ut little for tins feir but also believes that tiie fear ng ma yreat number of cabCfe and cnat mvnv clerks are cally compelled to continue when the> do not w is'i to, by solicitations of campaign manage-1) who are not in povernment empi j and there lore, tho law cannot at present touch Tho International f -wr Association S w Tex "Voi ember JO cial 'i-t a meeting of tl e directors of the International Fair Vbsoeiat on here all the old ofncers tendered their resignat oas, were accepted and the following ofh cers were elected President bamuel Mave- ncfe vice president Hen-y Elmendorf treasurer, J to Alexander temporary secre- tary I A Stem Tho association has an in debtednoss of nearly ai d it is proposed to issue nrst mortgage oonds to ccnerthe hab JUioc_______m Their Brethren BiLTiaioaK, Ba1timora branch of the Jewish Alliance met this even- ing in Carroll hall to take action coward as- sisting such of the Knssian Israelites as mav come to this section of the country, and to de- vise plans for colonizing them upon farming lands __ m _____ A Cincinnati Assignment Hfoveiibcr Clnrbe. carriage manufuctniers, 161 to West Second fatreet c, Assigned The nrm expect to pay dollar for "dollar Assets llaWlties TOM EEED ON HAND OTJSlt GOSSIP OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL The Democrats AV1U 1'rulmbly Content JSortor s the (senator Conerntulatetl. WASHIVGTOV November JO There will be a full attendance tomorrow when Speaker Bted s gavol raps and the cur- tain rises upon the ict of republican mis- rule and tyranny The members are nearly all here now, and the democrats are expecting a demonstration of not when tho house is first called to order, then when Mr Brecklnridge, of Arkansas, who was unseated last session, is "morn in, for be wde re-elected by a good majority This is a bitter pill for tbe republicans to swallow, but they moat do it with good grace Of course, there wiii be atvle business tomorrow The president's is expected, and that will consume much of the day in its reading Judge Crisp reached here xhis morning He is Booking well and is ready for the fray, Mr and Mrs Blount and Miss Blount have also arrived and so 1 as Major Barnes Tho other Qcorgi ins are expected tomorrow Porter Tries to Fxplam. There is considerable talk here juat flow ol democratic antagonism to a reapportiontneut bill under the census, as it has been taken In view of this, Superintendent Porter bas written an arfciv-le for one of tho in. which he attempts to bhow that the census is correct In speaking about tbe southern states, he aaya many of the supervisors were appointed upon recommendation of demo- cratic senators and members, and therefore, f the count is incorrect, it is the fault of these democrats Concerning democratic ttntug omsm to a bill at tlus ses- sion, The Sunday Gazette quotes a southern, senator as follows "You may resfc assured of this that no par- trSan apportionment bill is going to the senate tms w inter, unless tha rules are Changed It will be time enough for all practical purposes to i ass the apportionment bill at the opening session of the fifty-socond congrefas, when there will be ample oppor- tunity to consider the subject m all of its bearings and for a compromise on a fair and 3us6 measure between tho republican senate and tho democratic south, It would be the height of folly to permit a bill framed by the prost nt badly defeated majority of the house to ho passed and that, too, upon the results of a discredited census Of course tho senate may change the pres ent rules but it is not going to pass a partisan appai tionment bill until it does change them Another line "Scheme There 13 some talk among republicans of incor- porating a clause in the reapportianment bill, providing that congress shall rediatrict the states and not the state legislature Speaker Reed is sajd to be the author of this scheme If it is attempted the over it TV ill be more thanovci tho force btll It would deprive the states of their rights and tho pto would not stanftit However, the repub- licans feel this to bo their Jast opportunity, and they ore ready to accept anything how ever parti ban Stanford for Vice President. Here is apiece of news for alhancemcn Congressman Jsorth Carolina uho recentlv defeated for re-election, wajs that Senator btanford, CilUorma, stands higher with the southern people and lie is the man they want for vico president on the repub loan ticket Continuing lie On his land loan bill he oan sweep the country I feel confident that the Farmers Alliance will drop the subtreasurv scheme endorae the Stanford land loan It is tjktnst like wild hre with the farmers If the nomm ite feenator Stinford nothing cau cipfeit him CahCoima is tbe only state wo saved from the recent land slide and oho deserves a man on tho ticket feenatoi Return Senator Pugh, of Al ibarna returned to- night and ho was a genuine ovation by his friends Indeed there is genuine rejoicing here over ins recent re election Senator Ingalli. returned from Kansas lost night He appeared p< rfectly happy and contenteJ indeed, if appearances count, he seems certain of re-eleotion He, however refused to be interviowed declining to hay anj tain g about the Augusta, Maine preacher who in his on Saturday said if Senator Ingalla said the golden rule and the decalogue bad no place in politics, tlien the senator is more fit lor the Callows than tho United States senate X. W B IN CONORESS THIS WEEK. Q "tfeasuros Seem to Save Precedence November noon to morrow the second session, of tho fiftv fust congress will beirm As soon as the senate and house are called to order a joint com mitteo will be appointed to notify the pn si- dent that congress, is ready to do business and, in rtsponsc. Ins annual uiejiHagawill bo to the caiutol an 1 laid before both house1- The reading of tho message will con- Hurno the legislative daj of Mondav, following the induction of new congressmen into efface In i either house has a programme of busi- ness beei determined The senate will probably resume consideration of the bill, pro- viding for the transfer of tho revenue marine service to the navy department, which la the pending; morning hour business II tho calendar routine is followed, tbe Ed mHUd.8 land court bill may not be considered, and should Senator Biair reach the capitol dnrmt, the week he will doubtless make an effort to sec ire accion upon the bill for the adiugtmunt of eight-hour claims There IH a strong unpicssiou that there will jo a consultation of rej-ublican pen early in the week to consMei tho order of business, and the result maj be a de partuie from tho routine gramme In I e tho aynro nation bill vUi bo reported at bj the committee on appropnations and pushed to final Democratic, memtiera prepared them selves to antage pf the latitude al lowed in debate on appropnation bilU anu will doubtless stir up their j.outical adversanes to tl e point of reply bj a severe criticism of tue majority and allusions to the results of the recenu eleLtious Itispoaaibe that tho Urgent Dene ency covering5 deceits in the current year s appropriations for the census and bureaus may also be presented to the hoiiae during the week If tune remains undisposed of the com mittee on rales will allot it to the committees in charge oi such important pending measures the majority may determine to  Jr H I Debardeleoeu, Mr tr W Cratfc, secretary and ueasiper, Alesurs John L AIil- ner and John AV Durr were committee to t Buluble T-AMO- tations on the death of J W GATHEBING AT OCALA fepOMiNMiiT AJRE OS INTERVIE PRESIDENT POLKt Ho Says ScctionalUm PM OWIteroted by the Tbe of the farmers' OCALA, Fla., November meeting of the Farmers' Alliance trial Union will open In this city nextTuesday The convention will be composed of about 160 delegates from thirty live states, representing 311 membership of over 000. Besides the actual delegates there will be a large representation of alliancemen from all part1} of tbe country with maiiv ladies The aggregate attendance is estimated at 500 Al- ready Eho hotels aro filling up and many national officers hive arrived President L Polk of North Carolina, arrived last night In on interview with an Associated Press representative today he said "I canuot outane the oxnct nature of the deliberations of the convention, but will say they will comprehend many topics affecting national legislation The National Alliance stands squarely on the platform adopted it St TJOUIS It has not receded one jot or tittle from the position which it took, and w means to win on that declaration of principles, of those demands for reforms "It will be the aim of the national alliance at tfiis roeeOQtf, to so direct all its labors and de liberationSflteac its policy shall be universally recognized as one of national fraternity and unity We desire to make it thoroughly national in its character We to oreak down sectional lines We have had enough of the bloody shirt We have had enough sec- tional animosity on both sides Prior to last December the alliance was practically uu- fcnowi JwrfcH of the Ohio nver, but at the bt Toms convention we made a grand break across Mason and Bison's lines We took the farmers and laborers of the north and of the east and of the west by the hands, and t we are all tramping section aham under our feet When asked for au opinion as to the cause of the result at the recent election, President Polk said I am morally certain of the reasons for it We "hall have to look bej ond the McKmley tariff wasn t that. We must look be- yond the I odge wasn tthat. We must look, farther than any and all of tho political questions which have been obscuring the real isnue for nearly twenty years It was tho op- pression of the hnawial system of this country upon the masses of the people They havo just found out what the matter is They are thinKers today if they never were before They hive scratched away all rubbish of the negro question, of the bloody shirt, of the tariff and of federal control of elections, and tbej have last gat down to hard pan It IB the dollar that is keeping the people down today It lg the money rule of itnd people will have BO more of it. The slogan Jgjmc iforth is to. bo jjftnaneial reform. The national banking sjstora must go The farmer and laborer must be given a chance to get what money they need upon the security of their real prnilego which, is de nled them today The issue from now on is to be i. square one between the manhood of the American on the one side and the great Amfcr ican doliai on the other And I tell you righjt now, that unless the leaders of the great po- litical battles the real isaue and make it, there Is going to be terrible times in this country The people will not suffer the real issue to be obscured any longer The people of this country are going to rule it Sectionalism c.nnfot puil them apart any longer Why, if my own father were a candid ito for oftitt, today and upon the atump he should abuse the jaiikees, I would refuse to for him, if it was the last act of mj life 1 am sitls of that rot and sick and tired of ic Tho onh jjien who can secure pooular suppoit are chose who under stand the great economic questions of the day and who are in full sympathy the people in the battle for their rights against the op- pression of the money kings Among tl o distinguished members of the na already hero aro Dr C W Macune, chauinaii of the executive committee Secre- tary riuiiei Congressman clout Livingston of a President McQrath, of the Kan- sas S atu Alliance J 1 Willett of Kansas, recently defeated for goi ernoF by Humphieys republican, and Congressman eiQct 1 y Clover of Kansas THE FIGHT AGAIUST HAMPTON It Is Generally HelieTcd an Will Succeed COLUMBIA S C .November30 The senatorial contest is exciting South Caro- lina at this time There are two distant fac- tfons in the fighting for Hampton and the other urging ilje election of a Farmers' Ailliance man, and claiming that Hampton is not in sympathy with the alliance and its de- mardb It ib generally conceded that Tifiman has a of the legislature who would vote for him aa senator In a letter pub- lished yesterday, however, Captain T llman saja that he does not intend to be a can- didate for the position, but implies that Senator Hampton s eoiduet in the recent campaign was such that he (Tilhnan) will not nuetpose any objection to nib defeat b> any man who may run against hiro President the State farmers'Alliance said yesterday that they wanted an alnanceuian in the wiio would represent their ostler, and that Hutnoton did not represent the alliance It is generally believed that Hamp- ton wil1 bo defeated, Ihe Tilhnan faction in the majority buc Hampton s friends hope that tbe old soldiers in bhe legislature mil him of or faction ties The reform body has continued it work and ever> ofl te within, the gift of the general as- sembly hag been vacated of the old men. and. sympathizers appointed-_______ JLN riGH A MACOSi 2HWS RHX To Prevent the Spread of Glanders Amonff Horses. November 30 [Special] Mscon man has originated a law that is o( ufl usual importance It is a law that will inter- est every humane citizen of tho state, and is j of vital importance to the farmers. It is a law intended and brought about to blot out glanders among tbo stock of the state A bill will be introduced in the legislature next week by one of Bibb's representa- tives, to liavo all stock affected with glanders destroyed and a penalty fixed for bringing diseased itock into tbe state The ori ginator of the law says this dis- ease is ruinous to the farmers ana, indeed, to all classes of citizens, and be thinks he has the means of putting an end to it in this law He proposes to do tins follows A law he says, should be made requiring all stock affected with glanders to be dostrojed Iho owners at said siocjt are to he reimbursed by the state, a minimum value be ng placed on the stock Glanders he states is prevalent in many portions of Georgia, and tbe results are moat disastrous He has had in the last few months brought to his attention over fifty cases of glanders Few people, ho says, who n affected stuck care to bear the loss of same and will dispose of them rather than do so Thus tho stock is allowed, probably, to go from one place to another and by coming in contact wtth other stock spread the disease He tells of an incidence which occurred a few days ago Mr W O the well known faiiaer, had eight valuable mules aliiicted with glan ders, and rather than have the balance of his stock become diseased, he put an end to them Another party who owned a valuable horse did the thing Thid horse was owned by two parties It was suggested by one of the owneis that the borse be Wiled and thus pre- sent the disease from spreading The othei owner of the horse objected to this and said be would dispose of his interest Promptly tbe moaej was paid him the other party and the horse was killed Of such importance dtd the man of feeling consider it he said he could not afford to live in a com- munity where rhis terrible disease wai allowed to become general The proposed law Mill make it a crime for one to sell stock af- fected With glanders or even affected with the many diseases that ore well known to horsemen, and which are likely to pro- duce glanders By so doing the author of the bill thinks traders will be prevented from bringing diseased stock into the state He says the idea is a purely humane and econom'ca-1 one, and appeals to the goou. judgment and conscience of every human, be ing He thinks the present legislature will pasa the bill without dissent, as they are men who are particularly interested in a matter of this nature He says such laws are m existence in other states and piove of gieat value (Quarantine is in vogue in several ol the northern htates and the terrible disease has beonaluiost blotted out by it He aaj s glanders is tho most deadly of all diseases, and no animal afflicted with it has ever been Know n to er Sometimes death results in less than a week after the disease is incurred Often an quintal ,Uves on lor a year or more, and then, by coming in contact with other stock, spreads the disease far and near riie originator of the hill has explained it to a number of prominent stockmen, and it has been universally AGAINST PAENELL OF THE JEISB ItF.I.B- QJ.TES IX A3 THEY DEMAND ANEW PARTY LEADER 1 he m itter will also be presented to Agn cultural Commissioner Henderson, and U is behoved he will take a hand in pushing it through The law unquestionably seems tobe a good one and one long neeued.is the peneral opinion At am iate it will be offered for the commendation or condemnation of the present general nbJy in a. few dayt> HIM OVEKBOAKD How Spanish Treated an Amert can Health Officer T xricsowii LK, Fla November "JO special from Puuta Gorda to Tue Times-Union saj s New s just reached here of tin outrage committed bv Spanish smugglers on tbe port sanitary inspector m Charlotte harbor Jils upline 15 Alorns Cochran appointee of the state hoard hoaltii He boarded the Span ish schooner x-id when asfeed to show papers the crew him and threw him overboard afterward cutting boat loose With much diibcultv he reached the shore Tho schooner aailed off aud her name not be learned St Health Officer Porter has m ide aa o hcial complaint to. tho treo.su y tie part-meat fnd the marine hospital be- sides notifyiner tho state di partmeut that Spanish are contmnally violating in ternational law an Itreatj obligations by fish ind in Flonda waters inside the marine league uba has placed a high duty on American fish and this with, violations of law, has broken up e port fish business from Kej -nhich amounted   Mr. Harrington Refuses to tlio xnenC on Personal latest Developments. Birth at Catthace, Mo of tbe SmaUeit Child on AJlve and. Healtbr CABTHAGK Mo, CO Car.hage non boaata of tho ninth wonder of the world The wife of a miner named Hodges, livins on Tigar Hill, in this city, gave birth to a dim inuat e daughter. It is apparently strong and healthy, but measures only eight inches, and weighs as many on.ncea It ia well formed, and the attending and neighbors who care for tlie little stranger, it i ill live Tho home of the patents has isited by scores of ctinouslj dispo3ed persons, who tie.ro anac ions to their respecta to the handsome little midget Tiger Hill is now doubly famous It has within its range the best pay- ing mines m the county, and now beats the world with its tiny specimen of humanity, which is not as large aa many of the dolls offered for 10 cents. For tlio Location of tho Government Gun Shop. SAV ANTONIO, Tex, Xovember cial committee appointed by the ooard of trade of San Antonio to prepare a report to be submitted to tho array board ith reference to tlio inducements offered by this city for the establishment tne proposed ernraont gun factory to bo located on or near the gulf has completed its labors, and today for- warded the report to Washington The report 15 voluminous in its tables of statistics ia re- gard to the supply of iron in the Llano dis-> tntt, which ore according to is low in phosphorus coming within tho JteeBemer limit is also shown coking conl from the Alabama coal fcelds can be laid dovin here atSinerton while fire claj in inexhaustible quantities tA-ista 11 this vicinity Tee near of San Aatomo to tbe pronosod deep ports on the Texas coast and to the boruc" is also, cited J Dig nowity a oamtaliBt of tins city has offered a bonus of 000 to the proposed factory, while several private donations of bujldrnff sites e been Americas Bar Association. Ga "November The Amencu'i jaet ycsterdaj and per fected the oipauizatioMi of the liar the ejection of Judge B G-uerry, presi 00.111, Jiidso I A Ansley, i ice presi- dent, and H Cutts Esq secretary A constitution T, as adopted and rales for the management of cases m the co jrts Judge iort of tho plan and be- lieves that business will be expedited under the ajstcni It coutemp ates. sucn ar- rangement of the docket and agreement be twcon counsel and the court, as Trull insure prompter trials and leas frequent conanuancy of cases for man fluent grounds. A Child to CrCYTON Ga November 30 Mamie, the.fiTe-year-old daughter of I, son, was faftily burned thij morning, and died J o'clock Knocked Down FI.OWEE.T BBA'NCH, rbpeciaH has just reached here that a Afr J C Gazft- bving near BarrettsvilJe, while return ing bonie from Canton, Where he had been; selling cotton, was knocked senseless and his monej aboat taken f rora him The -vil lam covered him up in a quilt and left him for dead man by the {name of Colhns is sus- pected and a party after him He bears a bad reputation. la Ga f November 30 [Special 1 Mrs. Salhe Dake, probably the oldest lad} of place, died Yesterday CA cmng after a few contmement to her bed She leaves one kon and a daughter to tuourn the lorn of a loving mother 'Tbo dtti hitr is tlie Mr It T Cook, one of Ite leading men of this county CHICAGO, is ft brief summary of the entire Irish envojs man- ifesto at. dictated in person by tliom for tbe Associated Press before the document was completely revised It declares against the continued leadership of Mr Parnell and condems the manifesto of Mr Parnell for its attitude toward Mnssra. Gladstone Mr MorJey and the English people. It is from a column to a column and a half long It is addressed to Justin McCarthy to be read at The meeting: tlio Irish, party to- morrow (Monday) in London It will be signed by all the delegates except Hanangton. From an indirect source the information is ol> tamed that Harrington declined uo sign the manifesto on personal grounds Ho was said to stated Ins position in fbcs-e words "My judgment is against Parnell but mj heart is with him TWO PICII.PI s Tonight at 10 o clock three of the six Insfc emovsm s gncd 111 a loom in tho Grand Pacific hotel behind closed doors the last strokes of a document that severe! their old time connection with their Parnell At the game moment at a jirn ate residence two miTeji away on QUO of tnc bouluxard" three other emojs including names were attached to fie document mro dining in coiopanj th Mrs Painel tho aged motlierof that same lonir time chiefs n The three to whom fell tnc tost of filling out the document that had been agreed upon 111 tho out tin dmiug the aftrrnom were Messrs ilham O'Bucu, Gill and DTP 0 Connor Those who full Ued ..heir meiits made the paitj a fortnigh or nit re ago to dmc with Mrs Painol! were Messrs Dillun and T D Sullivin who agreed to the paper signed iganist son and Timotnj Harrington whoso- sense of peisanal it reported was too strong to bo imhhc when even though it iso- lated completely from his followmen feo fan 03 could be leirned Mrs PnrneJl mercifully Knew nothing of what was being done in the closed room The dinner had a score or more of persons and to those w 10 know what was going on elsewhere must seemed strangely unreal MOI COltt-S BACK AT LONDO-H. Morloy writes to the press as follow s liie of containK two or toree affectiiag me which I desurc without JO.J3 of time to correct 1 I made no sort of at tempt to letter Mr Parnell B action with reference to tbe land bill Hi? agreed witb me in all our conversations that the bill ougftt to be opposed omitt ng the {principle of local control, and for reruns yjtcc fied in bis speech of April -1st The anl> (juostiun wji> aa to tbe iorni of tho motion tor the rejection of the bill I pointed out to lina on. April 14th, that aa uuiny ubiecteil to tUQ whole principle tho Dill, an a. nenilmem elating that tucir reasons would tie UBH> suitable than a. motion fur jts ro- iection 1'arnUI assented Two da) s later he ex- pltiined to me alterna-cive plan lor fining down renta md at his request was immediately oomu enced by Mr Gladstone llie same 1 wrote to Mr that Mr GUdst UP felt could not have unj tlnntc to about hia plau one waj oran Jther but that of tourbe he wia per fectlj free to j ropound it on hie own rcspotisi -'o coim letelv did we rerogn ze that onr relations the party were tiiOiC of JH indcj eudiot aJJ.anej and not ot sion J rtr l amUl imputes t zue in oQrcunrcrsatloE of N 10th live daja before the proceed ni court begue a reiiiiirkable pr  inquiry Wfts wLat I fully uiitiLip j Mr Farnell s account of whit passed on same occas on tlw ol teriiuta on plan campaign estates is wholly incorrect i observed tl t sumo direct action t ecome Though i 1 >resaw diffi euitics m the way ot 1 never said that I >i anj of my colleagues had lufuicd an> con elusions Itgi I never hiil r J nt d th t t w itld 1 e imj ble lor the Ir parlia ne it to (.o aaj thiuj, i ttie n 4ttei I dj 1 nav I at whether M dire t r u direct actic n 110 ictc 11 i.mts jug it not to be al owed t) Miifcr t Til I IIPFA is ail the difteren e i tween sensible and thai (cspair winch r 1 amfil d t mo Hr ne is weU abk to lea with bis own sliarc of tho ma.ni festo but J am b und to that m vember JOvh I uas the iro.t dis im t 1111 jircgsiou Tliat 1 irn 11 
                            

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