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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               s THE ATLANTA YOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CAUCUS ACTS J! JiOSSES UPOif L RULE IS TO BE ADOPTED, fr Debate In the Senate Can Be Again trees BIB little Vetty Schoine T 3HINGTON December 17 1 ttle interview between President Harrt- t d a western anti force bill senator re- m these dispatcher a few dajs ago, in Mr Harrison said if the force bill waa Oosod he w ould ely decline to ac 3e  means to shoHe tho force -rou'd expect no fivers, of anj kind from ilmizus ration At> usual he became es- J and threatene t dire if the sfeillwis passed, repeating his threat woalil decline a term, and the r ould go to the dogs for all he cared if H was defe-ned TliF XI 1.ICS asXeil bj a westerner how it could h> one Chang0 the rules, he repheJ niio will do it f was asked 1 there is no republican in the senate f ageous enough to do it thei 1 think it a change being the little man ii edout en be dema ided that the caucus snould ie- 3 sot o ily to cass a financial bill but the for o bill, and th it a method to accomplish ead should be ised and decided upon They 1 Jop Together 3 two w of the republican party in tf( nate flopped right aquarely together to- T ay agreed upon a financial measure and iw T. cToture rule The latter is what hurts, "or jcems to mean the passage of the force ii It certainly means that a'vote can bo it the republicans of the senate haio the TVQ to adopt the rule when itis reported E A the chances aTe theio will be dim ra n hndms: a will be willing 1 the in tho face of democratic n and demands to talk when the ;ni moment arrives -Vs it is, resolution BCI ''Q Ap rules IB certain to be reported, Sui be force bill is to be laid aside until .be ncial bill is passed, the chances are fe -c ting moment will not be reached nr aiter Christmas, and by that time ta o-ociats maj concoct some scheme by m o enc the repub'icaus from out- 19 rulea -Igain tliere might nossibly net westerners known now to oppose rt 1 v. ill absent themselves without adoption of the aw m I f osis was the adopticn of the financial reported by tho caucus committee, ji e of the Z per cent bond pro- ch was eliminated So the measure ide foi the puichaae of bullion surplus, a reduction of illusory requiremente of bond deposits u 1 uanks the extension ot the national tul uioii to the full amount of their apobits tho replacement cf the del in national bank circulation below OOCOby treasury notes based on silver n purchases, a provision, the free when silver is maintained at par for ar a provision for a charge on the con n of tjotd com into bars ami the recom- ubsithoiv silver coins 5measure was not satisfactory In call the senators, but was accepted as possible compromise -was recommitted to the caucus tee "with instructions to perfect it m j id gi> e it over to the finance committee i a Till reoort it to the senate at an early 'sa 000 ounces of siU er bullion is to "in'cliased during tho calendar year not 3 000 000 ounces in any one month, i n addition to the amount now required "e Tmrchased monthly A CI.OTUBB EULB caucus also instructed the committee on and report, through Chairman a cloture rule It is understood that Tamed on the lines of the rule pro- wi ut session by Senator Hoar and will ttvv i ordering the previous question on send ng proposition after a reasonable i innajj for debate This rule is not so reports} until the financial bill has "been pww f 1 the senate by the finance com- wid no proposition was made for the >n of extraordinary measures to action by the senate upon or i "sed new rule, and future develop- mtiaia r-5 szpected to shape the policy ot the ir T, T3 that respect Ji >6 financial bill is in process of con- t! debate on the election bill is ez.-> "ontmue The fnends of this meas- atisfied with the programme agreed u tsy thought they saw in the proposed t 9 rule the means of securing final iTOn then favorite bill wnit r Hoar and his gang left the caucus erv happy state ol mind. The Massa- granny says the force bill is now just u a to pass as Christmas is to come. The man, however, refused to express any D about the infamous measure Tno District of Columbia. Tbn D18tnct of Columbia appropriation bill aeit fiscal year, as 'reported to the carries, exclusive of the water de- ?5 being leas than nrr ation for the current year, and 0 -s han the estimates The appropn- he water department, which ia pay- r water revenues, is Tho Apportionment Kill ouse, after a long discussion, passed thisafteraoon ISearly irv or 01 the Georgia ideiegation, aunt, voted against it, because the -afused to jtrant York a re- u would have given that city Tiber The bill is the same as has inTHsCoiiSTiTDTiois providing pcrs and giving Georgia eleven. -be senate without diihcultv _______ E B of Hon Henry McHeory. Ky f December 17 D. i Toor of the national democratic Iclegato from Ohio county THE Debate lu the Senate Tor and Agralnst the Measure December 17 Hoar asked iinammous consent that Friday next at o clock p m debate on the election bill should be considered aa closed This was met by a chorus of objections from the democrats Mr would like to inquire what sen- ator objected Mr Cockrell -I did, for one Mr the senator agree upon a timo? Mr The scna o resumed consideration of the elect on bill, Mr Dolph continuing his speech of jestorday >.oueofthe provisions of tho bill he said obiectiouable to him as transcending the power of congress, some of the provisions, he thought, might be improved but he had not felt justified in offering amend ments His principal criticism of it was that under section 2 the lau was only to bo put into operation on the oresentation of petitions signed by persons claiming to be citi7ens of the Lmted States Judging from what occurred at tho killing, beating or driMng from the country of both and hi ick pro-vision would bo inoperative because the petitioners would oe in such imminent peril aa to colored men signing such petitions Mr Morgan took the ilqor and quoted a clause from the constitution of Oregon, re- stricting suffrage to white citizens, and a sec- tion, from the statu'es of that state prohibiting tho intermarriage of whites and negroes, In dians or Chinese, and he closed with an ex- hortation agaii st hjpocrisy Mr Gibson notice of an amendment that nothing in the LiU should authorise in- terference ith elections for st ite olhcers, legislature, or judicial Mr Kenna then took the floor and resumed his argument against the election bill He do nounced John I Davenport aa a man who had haunted the cap tol for weeks and mouths by day and by night and whose pres- ence poisoned the atmosphere sur- rounded the senate And jet, he said, the de- clared and acknowledged policy of the bill to bestow a life olhce on a man who by the stroke of his pen, could arret-t a thousand freemen on a man who by his single could turn half of tho inhabitants of tlie city of New York into Bastilcs He said ho would offer an amendment placing tho ap poiutment of election omcers under the civil service rules Mr Reagan next addressed the senate in opposition to the bill He said that he had a ready given notice of twenty seven imend monts wtnch he proposed to offer when the bill came UD for consideration by sections Ho argued that tho vast machinery of partisan provided the bill, -would do inoio to debauch voters, corrupt tho ballot and defeat tho will of the people than had ever beou done at elections held. b> htate officers xmder state laws The great calamities that would follow its enactment would bo understood and ap preciated by all who ha.d experienced the L errors of reconstruction Mr Butler was the next senator to epeak against the bill It was he said, on the distrust ot the people It was a slap in the face of erj state m the union Mr Coke obtained the rloor at 5 o clock, and suggested that ho would prefer not to go on at so late an hour Mr Hoar again endeavored to extract from democratic senators the mention of some spectnc time no matter taking a vote on the pending bill Mr Gorman remarked that the senate was only on the threshold of debate on the bill lliere were quite a number of senatois ou both sides of the senate who desired to speak upon it It had been expected however tS at within a daj or two important niiancial ineas urea would bo brought before tbo senate and he supnosed that then the senator from Massachusetts himself w ould move to postpone the election bill The senate adjourned THE IMMIGK 4TION THE SNOW STOKM THRO UGJX 8V TBtfUESS CE RAILROAD TRAVEL MUCH IMPEDED. The Snow Three or Four Feet Deep tn Accidents Caused by Talllnc In. u iri a o I ng of heart rd The at of OIHcers. C, December ht-ndred and fitty delegates representing eveiy section of the south, were present at the oj en- 1115 of the southern intcrstato immigration The body was called to by NTT Johnson of Texas Hon K P> ante of Asheville, was chooeii temporary chairman aud welcomed the convention to the btate of Isorth Carolina Captain >.ai. Atkm delivered an addiess of weleoine on bohalf of the city of and Fow Ie welcomed the convention on behalf oE the state of North Carolina James Ljons, of Virginia ered a response on helialf of the convention Ihe committee on permanent organization made the following report for permanent ofi cers of the contention Mr of Ten president D H Elliott, of Flonda, secretary, D C Garlington, of South Caro- lina, and Mr Wilcox, of Georgia assistant secretaries, F N WaddelJ of AsheviHe geant-at aims vice prebidents to be elected by each state in the convention Tno convention at o'clock p m till tomorrow at 10 o clock RUMOR OF A BATTJLE, But the War Department Has Ad- vices DENVER, December news courier from the camp near Daley's ranch has the fol- lowing from Kapid City A ranchero- has just ed in great haste to our commanding officer, and reports that a command of cavalry was attacked and frno officers and faftv men killed, but the Indians repulsed "with heavy losses The number of Indians killed is not known The Indians -were put to rout This report is probably credited It is not known which command it that of Major Tupper, of the Sixth Cavalry, and his three troopa of 140 men Our command marches to their assistance at once THE REFORT UISCKBDIPEn "WASHINGTON, December 17 informa- tion has been cd at the war department in regard to tlie light reported from Denver in which two ofhcers and hfty men. are said to have been killed The report ia discredited at the department_____________ SIJLVJEK PURCHASES. NEW YORK, December 17 top of Daly's theater, at Thirtieth street and Broad- waj, and two lamps in front of tho theater, were blown down by the high wind today One man was injared and taken to the hos- pital One of the iron smokestacks on the poatoffico (building, connecting with the boiler chimuej, was blown down tins aftor- noeii and crashing through the glass ceiling over tho mailing room, injuring quite severely John J Mohony, a letter catner. One other employe was hurt. The storm has benouslj interfered with river and harbor business Several canal and smaller boats sunk at the piers in both !North and East nvera, and the high tide and gale have combined to make it difficult for ferry boats to run into their uhps TheXiiberty island boatisnotrunmngtoday. Many of tho outgoing passenger steamers w Inch were to e sailed todaj, are at ancho' in the lower harbor THE DANGBLOtTS WIRES PJ, Decemoer 17 snow- fall today is the heaviest in several years. The wires are down all over Pittsburg, Allegheny and Birmmgha n Horses were killed and sev- eral men badly injured this morning by con- tact with electric wires The situation is so desperate that tho department of public safety has ordered all tne electric streetcar lines to stop running for the present There has been a tremendous snowfall in the Allegheny mount tins and at Bedford it is one aud a half feet deep on a el Railroad wires are down and there is much anxiety for fear of accidents KAILROADS The Pittsburg and "VV estern is snowed up completely freight trams whatever were running on any ronds, and the passenger trains that straggled through were late from one to six hours Business m the city is almost entirely suspended, an example being tho fact that no quotations were posted at the pe troleum during the daj, owing to lack cf telegraphic communications Police patrol and iiro alarm sjstom of wires are badly crippled and tho switcu board at the city hall was burned out tint, morning The electric light wires were prostrated early in the day, and dependent upon them are without light All the street car lines in South Pitts- burg were tied up and the incline planes were not running IN TKWFSSEE AND ILLE Tenn December snow which began falling in this sectipn. yesterday has continued to fa I with more or less con- stancy ever since Upper 3 ast Tennessee has from four to eight inches on tho ground Mountains thirty miles north of here are ered to about the sa no depth, and mount- ains along the Tennessee and Itorth border from six inches to two of snow None of the Norfolk and "Western trains reached Bristol on time today and reports re ceived heie state that that road is buried in from one to three feet 01 snow A blizzard is it Bristol, Tona to nicht Ihe snow is ono foot deep on a lei el pnd in places is drifted four feet deep Snow is still falling and trains are trouble to get through In southwest snow has dmtcd badly and is said to bo cry heai y about "Marion a There is ver> litt'e snow on the ground here, but it was still falhnff tonight Snow has fallen today south and west of ille but has melted on the and was not frozen and the weather is very warm There was a heavv snowstorm at Danville "Va last night and In Patrick county snow is eighteen inches (leap and the trac'v of the DanMlIe and Ne v River railway IK so badly blocked that trams caunot run from --Patrick courthouse The anow ceased at Staunton this eaemnsc after a fall of three feet, which was followed by ram All trains are Vockcd V blinding snowstoi m prevailed at ville. N C all last night ana this morning ao SLMMIER, rESORTS "WASHINGTON, December gale last night and todav has done and continues to do much damage to summer resorts on the New Jersey coast The surf has torn big qaps m the bluff at Long Brinch alonE; Ocean avenue At Asbury park it is tearing up the ocean hoard walk and ripping timbers from the fish- ing pien At Atlantic City the meadows back of town are overflowed foi miles and Baltic ib submerged at several points, houses on both Bides surrounded with water Bowkors's inlet house- and has been completely demolished and washed out to sea The high tide is washing the ocean front, but no has been reported tELL IIMJEB THE WEIQglT OF SNOW ROAI.OKE Va Decembeir 17 roof of the blacksmith shop of the Roanoke machine works fell in under the hcavj weight of snow at 2 o clock a m One man of the night force was Killed and eight seriously injured Tho damage to the building and machinery is es timatod at MOO 000, uninsured Work w ill be resumed at an oa-rly day It is the heaviest snow storm for years Over two feet of snow have fallen and the atorm continues A JURY Hoira Kansas Judffe titled a Jury in Malt- ins Verdict. KANS vs Cirr, Mo December 17 A spe- cial from Wichita, Kan says The jury in the case of Kelhe Mas en. charged with rob- ing John Yost and then throwing him while in a diunkeu ptupor, from the third story of a house of ill repute, had been out fifty-two hours last night, when Judge Balderaon an- nounced bis determination to have a verdict before morning He did not reveal hut plan, l3ut at 3 o'clock i m took Rev N E Harmon to the courthouse The bailiff ushered the gentleman into rhe jurj room Mr Harmon then commenced religious services the jury join'ng; in singing He then delivered m hour's discourse upon tbo Im- mortality of the soul ami after tbe closing jmyer left the iurv to When, the court opened the "bailiff announced that the jury had amved at a erdict It was "guilty OneTof the jurors said the was reached on the first ballot after the close of the re- ligious services The defense will appeal the case, alleging misconduct on the pare of the judge and his bailiff THE SOUTH GEORGIA ALL ABOUT PAKMLL AND T3B EXC1TIXG TIMES Xto More Will Be Bought Until INcxt Montn. 'WASHINGTON, December 17 amount of silver offered for sale to the treasury de- partment today was ounces, amount purchased, ounces, at to The director of the mint today has an- nounced that having purchased the full amount of siH er authorized by law for the cur- rent month, no farther purchases will be made until January 3, 1891 _ Senator Gorman's Residence Burned. BU-TIMOBE.MD .December 17 A special to The Sun from Laurel. Md ,sayaaboat2 o'clock this morning fire broke out m Senator Gor- man 3 residence, and it was not discovered until the whole duelling? was enveloped in flames The inmates narrowly escaped vith their lives The house and contents were nearly totally destroyed Hia wife and daugh- ter escaped in their night c'othes did not save anything The senator was not at home at tbe time _ TEbT THE LAW. of a Macltine Sfaop "WATBK VAIABT, December 17 Fire today destroyed the Illinois Central machine ahop, at this Dlace A- Carison, a merchant, was instantly Killed by some falling timber H K Lewis, n-ifo and six small chil- dren and others slightly hurt A Fire in !New Orleans December 17 About twenty houses on the square bounded hv Melpomene, Terpairhore and Fwmkhn, streets, framed lut Low estimated at insurance light Tlie Scheme of Es-Senator Tabor and Otlier Millionaires. CHICAGO, 17 special dispatch from Denver, Colo David H Moffatt, es. benator Tabor and other millionaire inin- inpr men, have deemed upon a hold ettp to test the question free coinage of silver under the present law Arraasements have been maJe for au agent of Senator Tabor to have ready a bar of silver containing 1 000 ounces accompanied by a certificate of its fineness from the mint This will be presented at the treasury department at "Washington, and the demand made that it be exchanged for com. The demand will, of course, he re- fused when a of mandamus will bo ob- tained from the United States court, and the matter will become ground for a legal battle The theory of this action is that the Jaw and ts interpretation are unconstitutional, and that he government has the right to refuse coin for bullion_______________ IK THE BACK OF THE KECK A Prominent Farmer bhoots and Killn Constable Miss, December cial L Smith, a prominent planter of this county, at Arcola twenty live miles from this citv, shot and killed Bob Atkinson, a con- stable and acting deputy sherifi, this morning ac 10 o clock Atkinson presented a bill ot costs in a certain lawsuit which Jbnjith claimed had been settled by a compromise The lie passed, and Atkinson fired at bmith, missing him Smith reacned for his Winches- ter rifte, which he had close by him, and hred at Atkinson who was at the time running the ball taking effect in the back of his neck, kill ing him instantly____ _____ Unable to Give Bail. v, December F. "Work Loam Pfeiffer and James S Dungen, ere en A hearing this morning at the Cen- tral police station, on the charsjo ot wrecking the Bank of America, and t) e American Life Insurance Company, and; at its conclusion were held in S20.000 bail each to answer at couri Being unable to obtain tint amount of bail, the> were remanded to prison aiacon IB Full of in Attendance Upon tlie Annual Gathering M Ga December 17 pity is full of Methodists todaj uhej are here in attendance on the annual conference of the south Georgia Methodist [church The conference opened today promptly at 9 o'clock, Bishop Hajgood m tbe chair After the singing of an opening hymn, tl o bishop led in a. ent prayer The president then read a scriptural lesson The secretary of the last conferenye hating died during the jear the acting secretary, Kev C Lovett, called the roll, both of clerical and lay members The organization of the conference was completed by electing Rev W C L-ovett secretary, with the follow- ing assistants JUevs U M "Whiting II P. and K Read The time for sermon was nsed from m to 1 p m The piesidmg olders were made a noimnat ing committee and wero exi used from the morning sermon to announce the nominations of various committos The following reports were here road ana referred to respective committees Dr Candlerread report of Umory college The secretary read reports from the publish- ing house at Nashville, from Dr Cunning h un, Sunday school editor, and from Dr'Mor ton secretary church extension Rev J T Rjder was appointed tolookafter the mission looms A comumcation w is read from Professor D lliamtr, inviting tbe conference to attend an entertainment given by the blind childien at such time as would best suit the conference Dr Bass road his annual report of Weslev an college and invited the conference to attend a musical entertain rnent .it the college on Friday afternoon On motion the invitations of both Professor Will- iams and Dr Baas wore accepted Rev K Read w aj elected editor of the minutes Rev G G N MacDoncIl read a request from the trustees of Wesleyan college The secretary here read tho names of transfers to this conference, by order the biahpp They iro J P Mclerrin, from the Holston confer- ence. J A Thompson, from north Alabama, 1 B Roams, from north Texas conference, A J Jarrell, C E Dowinan, O A Thrower, J B Johnson G P Reviere and J W Toy, from the north Georgia, and J. H Hannan, irom south Georgia The secretary then made a statement con- cerning ra Irqad rates The conference appointed Rnr. J. O ton to collect the deiieit of The "Wcslejan Christian Advocate Leave of absence was granted Rev 13 J Burch after this morning's seision Ilev W C Wade w aa elected assistant secretary Kev t S Twitty read a report .condi- tion of Andrew Pcraaio tollego at Cuthbert showing great advancement and progress in that institution The piesidiii-f elders having returned with their nominations tae ballots wc-e read and ratified the conference lulh Viir O A Tlark T R Kendall, B I- Breedlovo W 1 aUgltai T B Kemp Wesley I me and H A Hodges On IV Weeton C I "Dowman, First P Mscrs, H Oluistead, H C so ond Read G s Johnson T M. i hud Domingos H A. Hodges, "VT Kev, J S Jordan, C II Church I Iv Ilinen I A Bush, O I O A Olarke, F Domingos T 13 Stro ig I) J W Siuiim ns >V J 1 landers, John C. Harrison, I C llabun O Conference E Afumford, A. E Cir rawij J S I LWIS I'amo E Mumford, N Dozier C Snow Bible Tuittv O B Chester H T Ltliei idge 1 i anl of L IXnvinan J P 3fc term Wurl B C C Hincti J Arnold I Branch 3 H Orr, II A Mathews J B Wigiit, ft J Board of G N Mic-Donell, J O Lantrston F A Branch, A M Williams A M "rtynn, W Stewart L II "McOehee 1 O Branch J I! I F Griffith, I B Payne Harrison Stnbbs J L N W Dozier, J tV CheatLaui, It t Burden, E R bmitb, ,G A. ight Sundav School S B Adams Wesley Lane, T J Cobb TV C TV a  m Ros- common, Ijrone and Antrim, which would Ireland a great industrial future F JIM-LLTO am- inLLyroE Piniell has issued a strong appeal to the hillside men, calhiwon them not to submit to English dirtation In this he says V ill 30 i rouiitrjmon ot (.1 rattan nf 0 Con ut, li Da-tib and V of soiih of tie uallditt Father Mm phj wnufoueht unll'tiMor in (iLpoudenre ouriountry will 1 tlit, memories rf tlu, past, abandon iturchtt him to the sinm are 1 f jr 1 is (lestcuction. Or rallv iroTtnd him as j >i r lathers did around the ot ind with a tliouaand f-nnen Icr Kurraii for Farnell leatltr of tl e mdi-peadi-nt j arty liown ith the facti< n make Uio Irish people n ts f t( tiatlier of tbi. hillsides at f ou SHU tround   so good a claim to recognition which Governor Northen has so given The oiilj source of regret in matter to Ameneua, is that Judge Fort will remove to Atlanta when the duties of his position Vmencus will then lose one of her tjest and most distinguished cmzens So confident have the people felt for some days of Judge Fort's appointment that an ac- tive canvass has becu inaugurated by the friends of numerous lawyers wiio are to be- come candidatci for the succession to the judgeship of the southwestern circuit to be- come acant upon Judge Fort's resigna- tion The names of the following able lawyers aie already before the public Colonel Eugene A Hawtins, son of the late Judge Willis A Ha wkms ex-Senator "W M Hawkes, Judge Joseph A Ansley, of Americas Colonel W H Fish, of Ogle- tborpe, Colonel B F of Lumpfcm, and Colonel G "W Marwick As there are three SiosyecuivQ candidates from Anaenous, the ar here think it isablo to take some action looking to the concentration the local sup- port upjn one wan, the better to insure his ho the course of events, THE FUEL. AmoncHs findq Herself Xobely to Bozi Omt of Coal AMFBXCVS,  nej.iaiite i hoii'-e of t a eo el HeJ st< n n pi u Lit b I indi( l f n i is i  i t! f c i i t t i la i f to c_all lor Si i 01 Hi i t SIONi 'smarcU- December 27 BismarcK amved neie from en route for Fnedrichsruhe A crowd at the railway sta- tion cheered the- and sang "Dentchland, Eebqr Alles Bismarrk wab delayed fully two h ours by his admirers, TA ho crowded around his carriage and him a most enthusiastic welcome The crowd con mostly of students. Thepr nee remained in his carnage and chatte 1 cheerfully with those around him Ho appeared to bo in ex- coHenl nealth________ An Accident in a Mine. BRUSSELS, December 17 temble acci- dent occurred today at at Hornu, province of Hamaat A shift of eighteen men had entered the cage and the engine started to lower theift into the pit Suddenly, aud without warning, the Toj-e con- the cago with the drum broke and the men were precipitated to the bottom of the shaft Every one of the occupants of the cage were killed Another Plot to Kill tbe Czar. 1 PAKIS, December 17 i igaro today publishes Russian advices stating that another plot to murder the czar has been discovered The conspirators are meaibera of a noblemen's club Several Poles have been arrested for complicity in the plot, and the club bouse was closed_____________ Tb.G Habeas Corpus ATIERICUS, Ga December 17 Arguments in the Howard Brothers-Bicfcer- staif haoeas corpus rase from Columbus, before Judee I ort, were concluded today and the decision as to granting bail will be rendered tomorrow. His decision will be, in tbe onmioji of many who heard tno case, adverse to the granting of bail to the prisoners CJinlrmaa V. u t> to I w !Next lacsdiy the r i l me t j ho n ca iMl! 11 I n i L j i i in in H rsih s a i Him i P c, 1 i i j pirido mil M i s f D j lodges Ii xe s o i Mr Ilir ch an I j u hue Uu i ill i r i i tL nil In id of ro< s 0111 it a re tins i i i i Air II ibeli s DL. i  in idp out tJi i 'Ihe corner srono ul lie I i i I v lodge of Maso is i i 1 J" Smothered to SOCIAL CIRCLE, December 17 cial Rich Smith, colored, who was working on the night run at the Walton County Guano went to sleep and was covered with cotton seed and smothered He was found dead about 3 o'clock this morning Son's Cotton Review "Nrw December 17 Futures varied sJfghtlj, ctobing at one point advance There was Bcaroelj a, change in pritte Ilif weight hold nfc down is ttiat the im nt mast lot- m leh largrr than the LI r responding period U preTiouu Miaous Spot cotton wu dull. to ho ai 1 1 ti Bled Son oC R Konc.cct I   of ifir i Tc ij o V O. "SMS hem 1 in Ths.sthe Ii O MU delJ il n i- ous potentate C Km iJlustriu 13 chief rabban 4- P iro, assisi-ttntrabhan 1 M tr stnoua priest and rophet, f T Wacs.o i, i lus- trious oriental A W Hill illtistriour treasurer GTE Hardeinan, illustrious re- corder, Ira M cswaru il astnout. iirst rere- monlal master O H Holhday :1 second, ceremonial master I Cf Hunter, illustrious marshal Z Coitleberrv ale1 emiht G W Bogmau ilStihtnous execu- tioner J D illustrious mechanical direr torjG C Baucioft illustrious captain ot gua-d, H Loyd, illustrious enter guard. Tomorrow evening on annual banquet will be given by the temple, at Masonic hall, to tho ladies It will be a full dress affair, and one of the most elegant entertainments Of sort ever given in the city______ Hotel Barned in Thomasvillc TrtoarAsviLLE, Ga December 17 ciai broke out in the Illinois house 3k large boarding house a 1 30 o'clock this mora- inp and to a Jack of waterinthert.se-- voir extended to the mam building which w ti totallv destroyed Tho furniture was ed. Mr Dickerson tbe propnctor, had in- surance on the building, and S500 on the fu, nitore_______________ TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. The banking of S A. Kean Co of Chi- cago, has suspended The Spofcane National of Spokane Falls "VS snspeadcii ye tcrdav Z D bullivan, out of the Insli and Mrs Sullivan were aui'-ng the j a on AVhite s earner b-utamt' wliich sailer from "New ork ft r I u rrpool te-dtw The Iowa t n in jo nt i tools two U f< i C-? H nj.t) t out resu t. Tt t. i i, I J Sbarpy Mctonntl L gttt S, democrat, 3 'SPAPERJ   

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