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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ATLANTA CONSTITUT ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 189O. PRICE FIVECEXTS. OUSE GUILTY. EXPOSED an Alliance Traitor, nine fleets an Alliance Trait to SeU HfS abouse ill Have to Go. ]3 DP ember 7 t'iat all the trouble among alli- is due to the macliinations of president Polk 3 troublesome 03 also traced to the front door Blame 3 residence, in "Washing- u after the appear 0 j Washington Post interview in i that tlie Bltune L.IT dea was acceptable to the alliance, ot far out of the way on silver, di's o would come a little nearer h iJ aace platform on other mat- a mers would not have an unkind TiJnrhQO story has been bronght out by a noication signed by sixteen members of committee, and handed to Indent Polk by Colonel Beverly, of Vir- S GUILT and that these facts ire W ,rown suspicion on the secretary s ero Is no longer any doubt that Kit IU te shipped, and his interest T3ir becomes insignificant in Titli the light thrown upon too cs G Blaine, but the matter of n to tbe alliance is the fact that -Ids the leaders and the order of a ian and a breeder ot dissensions jbton and Macuno are now on 3 and the breach so seriously ha Brosperitj. of the order a week ago jow obt disappeared Tso one here be m had any knowledge of "what tat -as doing It is simply a matter of Jrrt JM was ao unfortunate in the selection n. nate HK ACKNOWLEDGES IT -1 d that Hr Vincent a delegate from Etv letter from Rittenhouso ac 5 the authority of The Globe Demo -i and making charges against Mocune LL inbers of tlie onier This lettep was Lnntr by this evening s mail, but did not ir I vho traced Rittenhouse to Blame s "SI. Dnnnipg one of the editors of nist and J T Tillman, of Ten i mber of tbe national executive board s w ce The interview in The "Washington tot d on November 14th, and Hittenhouse w ra. 3 Blaine s house, in Jackson park, n y 19th The Blaine Conspiracy. 1 nff sas t> IT- that he bad an engagement with FHirM c M cnt there to see nether It was DM :il! went to the department t -i on the watch at Ulaine s house T oiibe went into the statp department k 1 up so tlii't d not recognize t n nci, him when ho came out ami we w UiouRh tho white hon o to tt e st ud the re 1 eluml the bu hes 1 ip t tl duorintlkn ck He did se Plame was sick but ve under t an interne w thD next daj by the chairman of n miuifee to examine the secre tbe linanei il condition of the r H em! rr Dunning requested me to meet ot the white house at 2 o Clock n and Colonel F G-ray in front odhc, and Dunning requested me ira and Gray in front of Blame s inrK DunniBS Grav said to nlonie was endeavoring to make ar ri.lxKlame to throw the influence of c support tbe republican part> d Jiat Hit enhonse was to have a secret i clock with James G Blaine to 3 m igement that time DP-ired uandsomely dressed, and ir Jp a Blame s residence At this u and Grj> arrived and Dunning w one a great day s work in discover- lit use and the Blame conspiracy and we i j jreat day s work in behalf of 'i-U o discover and stop such conduct vent m accompanied by a leading j aid to be Dick Hinton lit. VCTFCFUrVTb Ob TON s nterview it is a matter ot interest to ee-edents of Dick Hinton He was n tlie Joha Brown agitation In Kansas ar and during the was colonel of meat Sabse jaentlv ha occupied i in it reason of hia part itation in which be advocated the lie He rj Geo p-irt> "When that wua the boelalihtic winp nded Latfr he-went lie still connected itli His reputatien that of aa n ind agitator It >s stated here Jick Hmton s socretiry is Hiudes of tho St Louis trlobe Demo said Rittenhouse obtained through Hinton, and Blame s ;s a position in one of the depart -tttuenta  atuonal s and the Benefit As ociatiou, to Louis platform oa a tnd pledging our orders id earnestly for the election Qd national, who will enact ud platform and to more ito effect "H e recommend men from each national 3hall be the nrcdident and i.Ji a similar izat ons form a upreine ho -hill meet as icce sarj upon the joint residents of the 1 otl ei n itiun. so ei i r lari and sciii.tan, f I u l sue things f tuc i XL J an 1 mil ft ben Ujruugh national olH fcfi. ala. cers, be binding upon such bodies until reversed by the action of the n itional them eoives in matters political, educations and com ntercial and -we hereby uledec ourselves to stand faithfully by eacli other in the preat battle for th" enfranchisement of the laborer from the control of corporate and politi a' imgs Each, order is to bear its own members expenses In tbe supreme council, and bo entitled to as many votes as it legal voters Wo commend and that equal facilitiefl.edu catioaal commerci vl and political, be demanded for colored md white allUncemcn alike, com- petency considered and that a free ballot and a fair count be Insisted upon and had, for colored and white alike bv icverv true in America "W e further recommend chat the plan of district al iances contormjng to congressional district lines be adopted t oven order in con junction ujth a district lecturer and countv alii ance n every countj i ofesilik and that the lee turer and officers of districts and counties co operate with each other In educational commercial and political matters Tim signed bv A Goorpe Chnsi nan C I tghtfoot committee of N r A and lj J JI J t Jackson Tohn J> A or cis L I> Laurent W H A I'attiUo, J onimittee C F J.. 4. and C I J S JackfeOn. Corkland Ala. president of C F V   Morns, Gibba, S r oj. B c i v rnd C l> L D Lau- eut, Chtneyviile W Q Coormt WASHED AT SEA. Two Vessels Have a Frlehtfnl Collision Off New York. NEW YORK December 7 North Gor- man Lloyd steamer Siale, which arrived at her dock m HoboKen thia morning, had the stormiest passage she evei experienced Monday last a strong westerly gale turned into a hurricane Every wave washed the deck fore and aft A towering mountain of water swept over the bridge, and deluged the officer in command Al-OTHFS IMMENSE WAVE. This was followed by another of equal Bize, and shortly afterwards by a third The com martd was given to heave to and awnit the subsiding of the storm The steam was shut off and then there occurred suddenly n down draft through the furnaces which forced vast volumes of smoke into the stokers' compart meut. Tins puffod up the air funnels, and rushed into the saloon and dining rooms Some ox citable person voliea and for a while a panio prevailed Only the prompt assurances of the othcors that there was no danger, pre ented serious consequences It was eight hours before the ship could re- sume her course Tuesday it was also a stormy day. and "Wednesday the bndee w as again swept by the "waves hen the feaale reached the Newfoundland banks her decks were covered with ice TWO DEATHS REPORTED Neili Siemonson an immigrant, died of de- Imuna tremei s on November 27, and on the following day Anna Chevis, another steerage passenger, died of pneumonia Both wtre buried at sea A Frightful Oollisiou The French steamship, La Champagne, from this port for Havre, and the British, steamer Lisbonense, from Para tc this port, collided two milts east of Sandy Hook at 5 30 o'clock this morning No lives were lost, and aa far as is known, no person was injured Good seamanship and prompt action prevented what would, in all probability, have been a terrible disaster As it is, both vessels will be at the docks, one TMth a big hole in her bow, the other with a big hole in her port quarter, and with about ten plates of the other vessel struck In her side Three thousand dollars will repair the injuries to both, steamships STORY OF THE ACCIDENT Tne story of the accident obtained from the captains of both steamers are Captain Lew Is Boyer, of the La Champagne, was seen in his stateroom, on the ship after she returned. to her pier He made the following statement We sailed at noon Saturday with 449 cabin and sterage passengers e had a pilot and the tug As Bistance Captain Parker, to lead us out to sea be cause the weather was very foggy O11 the way out we passed the Etroria We went out through the main channel and shortly after 5 o clock this morning tve tighted the Lisbonenso coming toward u-> quite speedily Her route lay through the south, channel "We going at half speed and nail to keep gonrp but 200 feet vide, and the chan ould be if wo stopped It was so darl that I could only make out the lights ind of the other ship Oar pilot bi 1 the othCL vessel that -would he we having the right of way The >thfr vessel much to oui surnnse ojiawered that eho would crosti our bow I hiw tint it clie per isted in her course and continued at the b imp ccd we wouM exit hi r amulship I relieved the pilot and the signal tn --top my ship The ap I readied dull steadiH and came together I a. Chaiopaf, e b btrikmg tlte other veaeel s tein bit owing to the lessened speed of my "nip without dome; uiyvcrj  oklyn Her c >mmander, Captain King, said in retard to the collision v> c took one pilot about fifteen miles off Sanay Hook. .The weather was calm and prout-e lud at full speed we siirhtPd tiie 1 reiicli bteamei Our pilot i etl We will I mi not sure of tl-c rti Ij It   mftlve December Cunard line steamer Serxia Captain Walker wnich left November 2Jth for Liverpool nere T he vessel liad a very rough pasaace tiicjuntered a ter jSc burrtcai c o oa s re miabheu ai d several scaineninjai-cd w je hurt, one pnon-lj, u it i-> tuat he II CM 1 U ve tu for nine Klddled ivitb Ballets. tiiti December? Arm murdered at his store at IloBbuck tiandingf lazoo nver by a negro named D mils Martin Phil Tanner a white man took a double barreled fired tore-Mac both of Mai tin f mse if colored Tjeojile V trtin and handed hiri to a tree ith t V j i  u reports to tne j rash jell tcvtr m city However, it that UM dlEeaae cpidemlo. CtM- A NEW CONGRESSMAN TO GEORGIA THE NUMBER WILL BE ELEVEN. Speculations as to How the Districts Will Be Apportioned to Allow for the Member. "WASHINGTON; December 7 [Special 1 may put it down aa quite certain that Georgia will got another member of said j> republican member of the census com- nutteothis evening We have practically decided to make the membership of the house 356, a number that will give Geo-gia eleven instead of ten members "We shall probably be able to report the bill this week WHAT THIS MEAWS This means thit the chances are Georgia will elect another member to serve in the 18D2 congress If the legislature has an adjourned session next summer and restricts the atate, making eleven districts, then the district which has not one of the recently elected ton members will elect the new congressman If not or if an extra session of congress should be called upon alter the 4th of March, then Georgia will have to elect a congressman from the state at large Ten years ago an election was held from tho state at large, at which Colonel Tom Hardeman of Macon, was the fortunate one If IE PROBABLE CANDIDATES Now tho question will tho alliance put out a man, or will they consent to allow11 an outsider to knock tho persimmon The dem ocrats here would like to see Mr Clements re- turned, for it will be a hard matter to nil his place on the appropriations rommitteo On tho other hand, it is said the alliance would like to reward Colonel 2'eek Then the opinion has been expressed that all the recent stokers after the senatorial plum might be in the con- test Indeed if Goorqia gets another member, and he is to be elected from the state at large, there will be another lively campaign on hand in Georgia very soon THE NEW DISTRICTS Gco-giin today expre-wed the opinion that Cobb and Gwinnett counties would be taken from the seventh and ninth districts respect ively, and placed in the nfth, or Atlanta dis tnct, while Spalding Newton Backdate and Walton would be taken from the hith and placed in the new district with various conn ties from tho sixth and eighth. The Sixth would then tnko from the fourth and third, and so on OX course, the politicians, the congressmen and the congressional will have something to say, and the chances are the apportionment or census committee of tho Georgia legis atnre v. ill have a job on its hands The Georgia congressmen, however, great confidence in Chan-man Price Gilbert a fairness and ability, and they know the work will be well done free Delivery for Atheufl Mr Carlton received notice from nost- ofhce department last ening that Athens should have a free delivery service, com menoing the 1st of Januarj JB W B THK WKBIt IN CONGRESS. Night Sessions for tho Discussion, of the Force Bill December 7 Is the under standing generally among the senators that the national elections bill will occupy tho major part of the time of the senate this week A uum her of democratic senators have prepared speeches to delU er ind it is possible that to insure them a hearing tho hours or the daily session may he ex tended into the night The morning hour busi- ness is also expected to prove atrultiul subject of debate and will begin tomorrow with a re samp tion of tho discussion of the pending bill to con stitnte two of the three commissioners of the .District of Columbii a quorum to do business Xn tbe House. Proceedings in the house during the coming week can be outlined more cleaily than is gener ally practical "Monday Is under the rulei dis- trict day and it is the intention of tiie commit tee which is fcpocially lepriala tlon affecting the District uf Columbia to press to a final "vote if possible the YtKmson bill to coil flrni certain rights in tne district to the P nnsjl vama ia Iro ul The passage tins bill has been stubbomH resisted and ic is pr bable con sume the if not all ofjtomorrow s st sion Fuesiltj will be asfiignod to the committee on public buildings wbicli his on tlio calrmlai borne tliirty odd bills fur fitlie gcrcction of publi bui wore passed in committee ot the whale during the last bossion and were then hung up m tho house betoic a fin U T ore could be reached The Indian commi fe will have Wednesday ind tho committee on private 1 uid claims Saturday for Hieconsideratioii of b !ls reported, liiere ire a number of m ot which raa> take tlio renaming two daja ot the week, though it IB 111 ely that the committee will occupy part ot tlm time eithtr widi the bill making api ruinations for print irn for the census oiftce rations lor the turbu- lent Sioux irwith the fortifications bill ooth ol ii cli are expected, to be re uiy for consideration the houae next week The friends of the two shipping bills are m iking in earnest eftort to e the rules committee Uiys for their consideration but thus far not bt-Oii issured of anytime The com- meice ind pos commlttets meas urea which they tliink the house could pi otitiul> occupy ThursU ty and Tridav The inlte resolution will come in during the week and its author expects to inike some remarks thereon ________ _ in Ti "WASHINGTON December 7 fire in tho largo building: corner Seventh and l> streets northwest lasu night badlj gutted the building and drenched the stock canning %damigc aa follows H toy md fanes c; jods etore oro Henr> I ranc men B stoffc H Kezensteln, men s furnishings loss not known Damage to building 000 The losses, it ib be lieved arc covered 1 y infiur IUCG THE CHAKI.KSTON POXJCCK Klay Be Placed Under Control of GOT ernor Tillman Cir vi b C DPCC ill er The notice ol tfte introduction in tbe legislature of bill tho Charleston police force into a mctropo'itiu force to be erned bv three appointed by the has ru etl the lucgest Kind of T. row here the loc-il politicians and others It B thau the b 1 was vlr 11 TI her oi the fev> re forn ers and nt t j 01 e of tl c young representa tiM.s iiu'ii th s to mt-oclu  He had disgraced, dlShonoied and degraded him self by his own acts, and could not lead the smallest fraction of the Irish people In refusing to reeognizi1 the authority 'of themshona ParneU w as doing incalculable mischief to the Irish cause, waa performing the work of the enemy and was rendering the people disunited and distracted ANOTREB PHASE PRESKVTLD maj or of Cork after hearing of the seces Bion of the McCarthy party 7ast evening, sent the following dispatch to John O Connor Ireland won t allow England to select her leader fills right belongs to Ireland Tho Irish won t stand Gladstone's dictation At the Catholic church Jii Mitchcllstowa the officiating priest after reading the declaration of the hierarclis, the supporters of Parnell throughout his district not to defy their spiritual superiors An Addresd From McCarthy JVIr McCarthy has Addressed a circular to all the members of parliament Including Parnell, a meeting ox the partv for 2 o clock to- ThD buaiiLejss tP cstae before .Aha meeting will be the election by ballot of a con- sultation committee of eight Many of tho ma3ority part) are in n dilemma, their quarteriy checks for each for parliamentary services just becoming due It is probable that the raonev with whi flered a resolnt on tbat Parneil alone was tlttcd to lead the natlonaUsts He condemned the Healyites whose mdepend once integrity Ue said liad been sapped hj Lnglisliwue pullers Heca ltd on 1 arncii under no to abandon his position Glad Btone IK waa still hauibuLging Irelind hen Sexton Dillon and others timing with   them Ihev relumed to be nitervlewfd all tho following statement for the p-858 regret to be obliged to continue and main tan absolute silence on the of the p-cscnt movement We 1 avo cabled our choice of Justin McCarthv as chairman of ttt nauioml party, and carnt hope is  faonld snffer In our U riding our rather thin thit tli" ol ants bUou tl be prejudice 1 bv a sm0lt. injmli w  a riend O eiprtadcd him e f as being BOCA for tin break tliat had ocrurred in the party of i-st iot arrived BO urn ted acre a short ago how long he and his friends wotld remain he replied 'te.iHy wo cannot say Our actions must he co-ftrent-d by ciicunistances V, e have absolutely no perfected for our future movements heii he concluded BUR2CET> TO DEATH TUt aorrib'e Fate a Aorth Carolina N C December Opecial Mr1 Elizabeth "Wilson, wife of Jackson Wilson, whrtivea at Burlette ten milen the citj, waajorned to death yesterday afternoon. Mrs Wlion was going about her household duties as nsul, her husband being at in a corn crib neat the house While pissing the fireplace MttWi'scnwentteocios-toa burning stick of wotl and her dress caupht fire tried to c flames t-utfi Tmg a s en An J nnhed ti n u the ari Her ati ra f buildings etc was studiously avoided on both sides -ilter pow was er the band was conducted to the quartermaster a dep irtmcnt ai d civeu a, big feast Tiieequawiili tho agency came out in gala day feathers and gave a squaw ____ THE INDIAN SITUATION. The End of Danger By Means in SiEht. CHICAGO December 7 "Miles said to day Oenerala Ruger and Brooke been doing all they could to put tbe email number of available troops in position to be useful, and so far as possible stay tli3 threatened cj clone, yet the end of the Indian trouble is by no means immediately at hand No other civilized country on the face of the earth would tolerate manv thoueands armed savages scattered through the different states and territories The people of Texas, western Nebraska, and bomb. Dakota Montana, Wyoming I tab east era "W ashington Idaho Arizona and "Vew Mexico aro senouelv interested in this "ub lect While tlie fire nm DP suppressed in one place it will be gstiU smouldering and liable oreakoutat other places where least suspected under the present system Hilts li us received from L ei tenant Gast m, of thp Llghtli Oavalrj a report the council held with the CUcyennes at the on Tongue liver, with reference to these matters and Lieutenant Oaston reports this conference there were present Spotted Wolf O dCrow fthltp Ilk Porcupine and a number of other Cheyennes Sioux Crow, and Ogalla Sioux._______________ THE DEED OF A JEA3LOUS WIFF Tlie Tlxeory of the Murder of tt PonnHVl- lanla OirL CnrvrrE, pa December 7 his been im portaut elopmenta in the ca'-e of Emma 1'ftzenmjer who n is found in the h >usc ot Afr> Schmidt with throat cut and other wounds about the head and toilj Three penoai made Bsrorn stattmcnts to tho effect thej heard struggles and cries the bclimidt on tae fatal and Mrs Schmidt all alon, maintained that heard no rounds Con-stabies uie on guard inside and outs da the louse and the scL mdt are ir tually under arrest theon )f thouc -wcrElnj., on the case is that Lmma. was bj Mrs Schmidt after a jca.ous qiinxrcl The body was found in the laner s rao Today a bunch of hoi- was foun 1 in tho roon and Emma 3 undershirt with a clean cat across the back was also found It is thought tuat -t turninjr f-om tlie ball Ennna and Schmidt enterat1 the room and thas wh le they were tlieix Jus wife caught them in a cr tr pro Jbnrased Mita je ihms si e IB t" toa-v planned a Knife into t c gnlltv KIT s utch. u terrible effec After the t umler tLeon. run I.L.C Iit2abini and wire procured A dull t> nni clieewC kni'e 11 after it TV tb Iilood it rear c bi d, iu order to make it apj as though tte jrirl had taken ber own life It is expected tii it the bchmitits will be formally taken into custody tomorrow________________ They Bflieve Ho Innocent. Tenn December Bansom %vho wan to the tiar> from Se JT coiuitv lor and Iras twi m made liv escape i -IP 1 i e t he isj. KS it of r i utli j aril n rr i u J J t le n general cfmvuncwl that gl wnlcli hewwi EX-MIXISTER PHELPS Z1KJS TO GO HACK no AND IS WORKING FOR CLEVELAND. Tha Ex Minister Visits Charles tan and Girea Impressions ot the Sesnlt of tbe Eectnt CHARLESTON, S C Decemher 7 cia! Minister E J Phelps is here in Charleston, and is receiving much attention from the four hundred It is also thought that he 13 auietly working up a Cleveland boom In an interview with a correspondent, he said "I think the result of the recent elections indirectly attributable to the course of the re- publican party in the last session of congress. The Mcltinley bill, chieflv the pension legislation, tne siUer bill, the .high- handed and arbitrary course pursued against the minority, the deprivation of democratic members of their seats upon frivolous pre- tenses, tho admission of states with small populations in order to ootam votes in the senate the threatof the passage of the force bill, fruitful with mfchiet nnd trouole and likelj to reopen aimcnlt es between the north and south that have become hapoil> settleu All these I think have alarmed the coun- trj, and have induced the belief that tho leg- ulation of congress has been principally di- rected to tho purchase of for the repub- lican party THK JtEStrrT IV In respect to the result of tho preside itial election of Ib'rJ that in my judgment, will depend entirtlj on the rourse taken by democratic party in congregg If respond effoctivoij to the sentiment of the country so planly expressed place dccidely on the sido of good enunent, and show tnat actual redrew of the wioitgs is to be expected from them I should not tuniU tliorc ba much doubt of the election of a democratic president If, on the or hrnt1 they ta1 e an inaiffitcnt or ineffectual course bo mat the countrv will perceive that no nsal or substan- tial relief is to he looke I for at their hancs, then I think there rt ill bo a dec aed reaction against them These elections lio continued, "make Mr Cleveland the ciutli- date of the democratic party in IbJU if there could have been niiy doubt of it before and they certainly indicate election if the right course 15 taken Outside of a faction in iScw York, he as the choice of tlio entire party of the country, as as of the independent element. The result of the elections is not, as has been said by tlio republicans, tho effect of local fights In the various districts This might be the case in a few districts, but it is absurd to apply this statement generally, hen the democratic victories have been so eepinp in everj portion of the country whore the local issues are different A CHEEBFUI, SIGN "It IB certainly a very encouratrtng sign that the people have so generally begun to think for themselves on the great questions of the day irrespective of party lines In conclusion I viH say that there is no doubt tfcat 4be tanlT will be the great and overshadowing issue irtl892, as it -was in 1888 It is by no means certain as things are now going in this state, that a Cleveland delega- tion can be elected The election for United. States senator, which cakes place on Tuesday next, in tho judgement of astute politicians means a revolution on polit- ical sentiment in the state Hampton will probably be defeated, and if that should occai it js probable that the old regime is dead "The reform wing of the demo- EOR. HILL OB A MAN cratic party itis said, will go in fok new men and new measures, and a delegation will he sent to the convention in '92 which mil either vote for Governor Hill or an man, should the alliance decide to put t.p a candidate liUf T Followed by a Terri ble Ti agcdy in 15 irraclts Drvvrn Col Peccml er necial from El Paso Tex to The Repul lican Tat h ill fights t iis afternoon at Juarez viewed a immense cr Tid fm j cit. frutal and in rcppect an 1 me uorfce t id u b> a figutei was h trnct! tbree tines ripp n o left almost fr >m tiie bodv Ihe 1 vicious and kept the crowd at a fever of excitement d-iringtlte nfternoon The bull was aud tlraffgctl fr >m the arena d ad Vi li f the goi diers absent Irora the m tt attending the figbt thf coriAict soldiers revolted ut tne barracks ki iuig the sergeant of the guards, the audit Tbo jiiurderere n uoni ber 1 roks frttm the barracks an I eccapeil to t e mountains were f ol'mved 1 soldiers three YCrtaken and to deatu and fo ir cap tured and returned to the post Tiiey are ordered to be killed at sunrise tomorrow TEX MILLION Offered by a Kansas City Man for tiie Cherokee Strip CHICAGO, Decembei 7 Colonel A T Siitler, A wealtfav City cattTe nan arr retl in thia city esterday and registered at tUe Grand I a.r U c liorel Vfter a fclaort eanvtnaUoa wUi some stock men, Colonel Pmder f-eit tLe follow ing message A P >lavflB of the pe nation Tale qi.ah I T I am prepared f> H i ou GOi) 000 In for ic e Cherokee strip if AIIJ u uurageuiLnt. A P <5fimtt. snnlcr fiaxs the Cbcrokf s trt stark ASKO the 'and and will bate it if money   tltc Murderer and islicr, GelK a. Change. Teiin December special Blurf reesb ru vccterdaT- Judgp lildiey granted a eliange of enne to   came near meeting his at raniden tu-i a'ter oon. V burU to get on tne t am ab it i uiled UD T con 1 ittor l uclic I "L m rff T tit wa Ir rlie h ft e i the uegr t fired jj u Jit u J't tor 1 t tits Hie i r retuntt-d tut. lire a it. the i rar, li" i.e ran ore u ore si t w lie 1 1- a a small n o> in the injamiL. 1 m -ot passed between me corductor s ann and body On the to Atlanta GlTVTOK, Ga December Christian connected th the r u t n wia br to Oint L. tin wecl s on li -P t r t an -ic -on ns. i T i r n r is f Jwiff Tii n. n i F trie a tl .1 h Jttt-n ill tw s-i tor which wdj SPAPLRl ,'SP4PERf   

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