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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               YOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 389O. PRICE I IVI] CLNTS. THE FORCE BILL BEAD. r 770 IJJ I) L SPA IK THE COMMITTEE ON RULES IS TIED, Anil monitor I tin oil Out Against the Bill and it Sanio Time Cntl- Little Bills Harrison. The 11 It i in ro December 21 Special nators are in despair tonight 1 parent to them today than at nv tnno sn ce the force bill discnssion opened, hit tl ov are tighting a !iooeless battle The dep vi Litre of ben Ingalla this morn- ing leaie-s. the committee on rules deadlocked upun the rule resolution benator I dniunds Hoar that he Tould t ike the chair, outrage tlie rules and out the iiiestion on the rule resolution The Massachusetts granny was hopeful but now that the committee is deadlocked, he is igam crushed Tonight, er, he par- tiallv persuaded Senator Aldnch to offer a rule on h nun responsibihtj Then fapooner Is to circulate a paper among tho republicans or the signature of all -who will vote for Sue rule If lie gets sufficient support the closure or gas rule will be offered If not, je will await the arrival of the new Idaho enatori hopinc with their signatures to make out a mijontj Hoar and Spooner realize it r-jll be almost impossible to do this yet, as a last resort the trial be made THfc. l-vt Bit.I The chances tonight are tho tmincial bill -rill not be taken up tomorrow The eastern enators are afraid to handle it since lieed s taten.ent that he cannot control the house unless that there will ue no free coinage on the republican side If they cannot get such assurances they think it best to re legislation, for they saj that nothing s better than free coinage Speaker Keed stated again to Ia> to an anti free-coinage senitor that he could not control ghe house an 1 furthermore he stated that he -rould make no attempt to do s He was op tfcsed to free coinage an 1 would dislike to see t but he had made enemies imoiig his ow n men by his arbitrary action on tins questipn ast session He had estranged many of nis nroiigest supporters m his sjeakership con- test, arid he would do no more dirty work for the president He ha I strangled it last session >nly it Air H irnson a i ersonal in j urine: himself thereby, and now h U the president had ignored him in the aj nomtment of j collector at Portland to gratifj Mr Blime he would see him in hades before he would shoulder his burdens ag-m This me ins no lung th in tlidt the sen ite coinage bill -would through the aouse Thus-the e intern, senators have but wo alternatives, fiee coinage of siHer or aothing Is Disgusted Vnothcr republican senator has repudiatea Ll e force bil This time it is Senator 1 of Illinois btiia LI I irwell le r f r C I icago jesterda> II would i ttlk i p ss bert but when he rea I 1 i t tal u g a, nurlit, ue gave is ee nigs to a, it poiter there, and here is af ho said I dcu t think the fedrral elections bill will be pis t d It will bo ki le tl e obstruction lac ics o the dom crit'f md otliers in spite of the i res, lent-- entreaties Mr Hanson his rot ib much influence iround as i e in have He iree7es body tnd people who go to him with respet t ka-ve with The countr-v opinion of his admin tratonwas shown m the recent election Mind you I was a supj ortcr of President Har iscii too but I then bol him capable of tilling the position Ami Even Is Sick of Him Ex Senator William Pitt Ivellogg of IjOii isiana said todiy that Harrison s nomination n Ifefvj ivoiild finish the republican partv Ho Harrison s administration has already nractically destroyed the -oarty in the south, will do it in the entire country if he is re lommated Mi Kellogg says notwithstand Tg the reported deal between Harrison and s opponents m thesoutn, by which the south "n states are to be thrown to him in the oublican convention, he does not believe arnson -n.il! get a single delegation from the the one which Boss uck contracted to deliver TVindom e Wild Scheme Statesmen generally agreed that the scheme of the farmers is imprac mandod, an 1 tho absence of i quorum is thereby Such other d lys in tho week as the house IE, in session will piobablj be to eomparativoH m important meobures, and to ion calls on motions to adjourn beveral ap- piopnanon bills liave Seen reported, and an eif be made to pass some one of these jolted on a Negrro effort i Tho Quick "V enten Miss Decemb r Jl News iv-u, reieivod 1 ere of a murder and sub sequent lynching at Siher Creek counts It ippearstbat e Martin, a bad of that section, entered the stoie of H A Kosentha1 while drunk, andjbc came abusive and insulting ordered }um to stop or get out when the negro drew Ins pistol and fired tt both Koscnthal and his clcik, killing tho former The TODAY IN KILKENNY THE BATTLE OVER JlJff HE CALLS UPON THE IRISH PEOPLE To Stand oy Him YFhilu He Carries the Ban- ner Through the xrf His FngHsli Tops'. KIDKI v Mr Sculh Decembers! Mi Parnell and the candidate for par- 'lament, left here it noon today, and drove in a closed carnage to Clare They were ac complied bv a procession of cars filled with Parnell s supporters "Upon arriving at Clare the Paruelhtes found a meeting pro eeding opposite the Ca lioUc cbapol, in sup ot the mm dei bpread rapidly and soon largo port of bii Jo'ju Pope lieiinessey M crowd ind taking the negro to tho woods close bj, ho IianLCd ind his riddled with bullets mrsmis.n LOST. A Canal Bursts Its Bank -it boutli America BUBNOS A.YFKS, December 21 disaster has occurred at Co-dova, where the canal has burst its embankments ami destroyed hundreds of hoasei, Ono hundred lives are reported lost General Koca, minister the interior has gone to the scene 10 superintend measures of relief THE IIRU. Kfc.CUl.I> An Ibarly morning 're in trous 3-ire in TiiiPA, til, December 4 o clock hre discovere 1 in tlie this grocerj and grain store of fuller Sons and dt spite the eftorts of the firemen the building cc nsuined togt ther vsith the adjacent warehouse and tbe Ineiy st.il le of Spencer Homkrsr n Co 1 uller s loss is about S< ,000 insur nice POO The only goo K sa-ved w is one small lot of commercial fertilizers Spencer Hendcison Co iaved all their horses and mules, and all stock except one carlo id of farm w iirons Their loss is fully covered by insunnce the progress oE the fire an attempt was ma Ic to blow 11 en i uller s safe, and the sup p< sition is that burglais set hie to the build ing THE ATHOT EH.ZF VTHOL Mass December 21 most dis astrous juo ever known in Aihol occurred to- day The Masonic uid Cenlril bkxKs were completely dostioved Iuo merchant ti n postoiln o M v omc rooms etc ueio buiue 1 out A I'ortor GeorLO Burnham I Perry and illiain C onuor of tho Orange hi< men -u are senonMy injuieil by filling walls Perry prob ibly fatallj Vlevuiidei Mel eon foreman of the Star hose, fell th rty feet from a laddci fractming his skull The property lost is ?1 insurance (XK) Both blocks iv ere owned bv Fhsha V, bb, of Pi tor shim md weio valued at 000 insurance Other losses iro C V C arrutb clothier loss ms n mce i, C land v anety stc re h s --'J 000 insurance 000 Postotf ce natures 000 Mi sonic ledge rj( 0 iiisuraiKc M TOO Ifolliv state musical me-ch indisc loss M 000 110 msunnct Smiths shoe store loss insurance 000 re 1 .Lord st 1< ss S7000 insurant e 000 B F Ban as nro- prictor t f the Central I ouse less 000} in 1 0 "W Norton, dry goods, 1 arnell reached the crowd, a pnest Father Walsh addressing Mr Pmieli said Ihese are chapel giounds You mubt not speafc here A local farmer beie interposed by sajmg the ground did not belong to tbe chapel, that it was Keogh s held md th it Parnell bad a per feet rujht to speak there Mi Paraell invited, i itlu r Walbli to be ir both Vrrange- meiits had been made to hola a meet ng 111 that held, ho said and it must proceed b ither AVaJsli then requested on his side to It e vv ith him and Mime fen persons follow the priest md bir 1 how is Esmondc, vvtio was also nresent THF ORCVMSTTt Iho meeting then o gamzed and Mr Pir ne 11 made m address Ho sud, although his partv did not have all the c'orgy on his side he had no harsh -words for any one of them IJo aesired the people to listen to the v OK o ol the uiiests and to reverence I hen position as priests et, as lav in n the peoj le oould not permit the r ests to absolutely oontiol election" He pro- ceeded to inveigh against tt e trntor< us mutineers who were enfeebling the iiuiv at the most cutical moment He aske 1 hii hearers to considei his political p ist, and 1  Mr SculU hetlrovf six mites to lohiiswell where inothti mocc ng was 1 t IU Wink Mr Seullj was iiddresbiug this mt m0 Timotliv Hamilton irnvod and w is received the crowd with n neh t nihuaiaeiu Being c li o 1 upon ioi t speech Harrington addiessed the meeting, In tl o ourse of icinitrks bo said that his olle in Vmenci ha 1 been le 1 aolrn by messages from th 3 side of the ocean y bo regretting that the en light- ened f the partv in pai haiueiiL li 1 t iken their kadci b mi 1 li 11 I nul loot to British statesman iski. t how much did u give foi this man sothing belter ca eu lated to yliamo and dibercdic the Ml I I L "Mr Parnell sjio co He reminded tho electors that had to deal with J- statecraft (which was watching to every point of -vantage {ground, that Irishireu am whether or not Parnell's action riffht, after re-eleci-jne him leader sought to oust him, forfeited the con tmence of the lush people The English democracy, he declared would support home rule, -md it was only necessary to bring it up to scratch the English politicians who would likclj them if disappointed 111 getting places aCtei the generil election Mi Parnell was not a pohcieal leader but rather tho genera) of the country leading his arm> to freedom However men might shake their heaus in family circle's tins was not the time to- -desert him ana with him Irish in dcoendence which was more valuable than Gl idstone t> intentions The question urf f ib- lic morality w is seftled at I emster hall and the seccders DO sessed i o programme or plan their tiescition of their leader UJ- OL LI> THROW B11K K VT SilMFUODY Harrington said ho was amazed at the action of certain members of the McC irthjitc faction in attacking Parnell from a moral standpoint He said he coul] throw a stron_ sidf on their moralitj which would a tonish the pub he As for IJuitts opposition it honest ind unpatriotic md the ox pression of Davitt soldenmitj towardParnt 11 "Mr. Gladstone A 1 efter f December Gladstone in his letter to fair Itobert Peel s grandson (Speaker Peel s son) wlio is a home rule can rljdiuo 10 Maryleboiie district, sajs For the first time commencing m fu-bament the stnifTglo under OLimiell the ush bent on a constitutional and ef fectne scheme for homo rule is looking to Groat Britain to pronounce judgment in the IT WAS MURDER. THE COWAltDIil ji SITTING HILL. SHOT DOWN WITHOUT WARNING Tlie Indian Police Guilts of a Brutal Tlie Tiue tstory of Sitting Bull's Coming Out coutt st bt and Iho _ mm ntv f soceiers nndi r P irm 11 The liberals of (Tr-tit Jtiitdin who themseKes since lb.S2 have had to resist j.u 1 on remiic a similar KC cession will not ubt which idc tht art to with tho n inio in I tiu< title of Hie Ir h p irtj withithh norabk trilititiiof re towioiur 4.ssuri dly enter the j held at i moment ofextreniu interest when the luse of wis loin justice and freedom is Halms unon all who it euh meed tho ordinary standarl A General Strike of ICailrnicl Blt-n I Deremhor 21 railway men in Scotland it a todaj decide 1 to begin a general stnke at once Salfsliurv lias December Jl is seuu Mhcialh denied th it Sahsl or has t il en any fatf ps for 01 against the British South Afr c LII Coiiipuiv in retail to tl e i a i 11 of Mamea I ind 1 xdered Et for which Ireland contended It was foi i rauce loss, i ism-unco, SI J 000 II L1NO1S CPNTR VI. OS FIHF _- CHK A  satisfy the aspim- and re, air shop of the Illinois Centr U ra.lr. ad thf ,J Achieve this th  that Boll was taken unawares it, daybreak wh le still in bed, grabbed a votvor whicu was wrejicbcd from his ban K and a feaiful hand to-hand encounter ensued between the bostiles and the police Cor poral Gunn denies tlnfc s Bull was not in bed when the police ralln-d He came to the door to hear the warrant of airest read and Bull Head, lieutenant of no- lic( shot him dow n before any resistance could be offered Corporal Gunn belongs to tho Figltth catalrj and was with the troops th i went o it in support of the Indian police His actount of Mondav s fight on Gran I is very much at with the u ports thus farrecenert Men posted on Indun affairs iirinlj behove th it tl corporal s stor> is the onK authentic tale of the manner in which Bitting Bui! his He is the oiil.j who h is account to L newspaper man He came up from Port lies tod ly on a furlough to spend Christmas at his homo in St Paul In thf hrst place orp i 1 Gtinii tajs ip tain Tecliet did not h ive orders to follow the p jhce to Sitting Bull s camp md the military lw.en wrongfully censured for not rioter to Bull s can p when tho w is goniL, on The truth is the Indian polite were and w-anted ill the of Bull s rapturo dead c r aln e Ph  sala VU he cuid write was bis mine and tnac in d, paiutul set 1 Sitting ul loh when bir in from Gi ind as t ke i to the i ihtary ho pital lo be lisspcte i Ti c Indians at the igeiicj jjohcf ai 1 fr en Tndiaii would liaie iiotliui, to   j laced around it It is an open st cret that re til v tho box did noC cont un the icma ns and that the guaru w: IH I it 01: the gfiive is a blind It is believed Sitting Bull s b I> is 3 low in the dissecting- room mil th.it i i i mo the skeleton waH turn up either m the nmtrt museum or some other nl ice The Ivlchtiinos Not Oliost Dancing. Qivi De nbtrJl There is no truth. in tlir roport tl it 1 HOO po >s are engaged 1 in e in tl e lntha.ii Tciritory There are nlj Jvirl ipoos all tolel and they are on their 10 t on cut, igcd in their usual ]H ac< Eul iMir uils The ghost dancing by otbci tnbts Ins almost entirely stopped, and no alarm is felt CLII TON I-OK A <.roin Hia. Favorite in ul for i I'M is an Pale 1 to tiie court of tessation against tne Rentence of death pionounced upon hi n v. ester lij StiiKiniy "Vliiipir, in Styni, nbcr hnndicd mmeis have struck at 1 ohnsdorf in Stjn i cl mi ell Tlit ic in Opcnine VH, (r i December The public ition in The Times of THF Cov- "mi TION s artie e st itmt, that Mr Clifton's V.nu...onol ts a confess. man at-1 irgc, treit 1 ij lie a furore among Ina frit ds 1 re 11 ir cont ue i to no section, cl thccitj anl tt) n c LSS No other Savan- nahiaii (an bo ist of more friends than he. Since ho idcntif ed hinibclt with, the city ha h is n in cst( cm ind Confidence of the h TH1 "NAEIMMV I TIndo Pare 1'rescn orth s i ,00 apiece aud in the "repair si op four coac lies IH arty completed also value d it "-o 00 eac i Total loss estimated it 000 CHIISJ-SE Tiaited Vpon the Offenders ot tlio Cruel Story ibeo December 21 advices report tho execution of sentenc  armed an ble ind absnrd, but in comparison with j according to law his body exhumed and .....the head struck off and exhibited is a w innng cretary Wmdom's interconvei tible bond Jeme nothing can be termed absurd ''hat plan wluch he proposes shall be to relieve the financial depression is Dly a scheme which allows any one to go to united States treasury and convert his ne> into a bond bearing J per cent interest en when he becomes tired of holding this he can take it to the treasury depart- Qnt and redeem it in legal tender notes In erwordh the scheme is simply one provitl for the gen eminent to pay capitalists 2 per 0 interest ou their money if they will lock n in the treasury vaults, thus withdraw- 13 it from circulat on It would not be more absurd to pay a farmer on all his land which he chooses to eave uncultivated E "W B The Week in Cnnjrress. December 21 isnnlikehr that any positive legisla- on will be acfaiev ed in congress this week, failure to take the usual holiday recess to result in any measure ale adv uicement of public business in the senate the election bill 1 probably continue to engross ention, and the hst of prospective -a.ers now in the hands of the presi- is large enough to warrant the assump- that they will, if unmterrnptod consume three davs of the week The possi- les of interruption hinge iHogethei upon result of negotiations now m prog among the republican senators subject of the caucus imincial li a harmonious understanding to aup- "his measure is reached the elections bill j be laid aside m ita favor, and discussion senate will turn on financial matters! 11 tae day before Christmas, when it is ex ted a recess will be taken until Monday PN THJ- HOLSF obablv an adjournment for two or three n at a tune will mars, the course of the e uunng vnc Christmas hoi day season Harness 01 importance is to be as so many members have left Washing lor homo i quorum can -j> be secured The house is pre- a to take a recess for the customary two weeks but tbe temner oi the to the public Four others were strangled nod four exiled ALT. AGAINST INGAIXS The Alliance Passing Resolutions A skills t Him WICHIT Kas December 21 couren tion. of representatives from tho Farmers Alliance of the seventh Kansas congressioiia district met here yesterday to take action upon the election of a successor to Senator Ingalls in the senate resolution as adopted instructing all the Farmers' Alliance members of the legislature the seventh district to vote against and work for his defeat Efforts to secure the endorsement for one or another of the candidates were un successful Crushed With, an Iron Stantlaid. NASHVILLE Tenn Charles Johnson, a paper hanger was struck and fatally injured lost night bv a >ouiig clerk no-med Eidgewav in Williamson s store Johnson, wuo was drunk entered the store and enquired for his friend As he passed out ho picked up a silk utnbrelia but a clerk, Mac Walfler tooh. it away from him He returned presently and, after a tirade of abusive language, started toward Walker with an open knife Ridgeway came to Walker's assistance, ana struck Johnson it is thought, with an iron standard crushing the side of Ins skull Pidgcwaj fled and has not been arrested_____ Too Much Iviquor Jit lied Him. VJa December Spe cial Hill a o ored man arrested last drunk on the streets, found dead in [Cheeis Mr Parnell uust stand o> men le uler and not ie ive Ire land to the incapal lo poisons, w ho vieie to stei into his s 10 s Us opponents I id ele< te 1 an tnu ilh m qnitt il hearted soul McCxrtuj the rt f man to orn iment a, quiet and e-ulj tea I1 Hii opponents sh uild ilso elect eight other men to take tare of their leadei he might be Tuoud to lind th it it uok nine men to Iry t nil his chair when Ins em nncs h id succeede i in dr gging him on lie knew ne of these n and fr un the h pths of his lie irt ho could sav that if lit th 1 e i 1 I U i e the destinies of in aieij i i their Mu ir I lanship he woulu cheerfu ly and v i Jnuly step down uid aside But he knew such i wis impossib e, and it would be a nl s part to leave his country to he torn asundei bj factions conteii linrt for powei and place Ihe men opposing him were not elected to sit in jiiugmc nt upon him Theybal no author ty thr ugh ti voice of the people t. nLil Iiel ind g ive him his dis missal he wouid regard himsolf as K o commanding othcer can ying the natu i al h n ner through the ranks of the foe [t heer J lie believed Kilkenny would f r th  mioicd being present on the ste i ner s an i val bu t ertheless thcj m ide i demonstration a--bembimg on tho quaj and marc lung the with cheers for Par ncll and groans for Healv Finally a of auti Parnelhtes chaiged upon tn 1 _ [Special Mr ie< one of oui liigest ml best farmers wh le --ii[ f tsing Ihe f a cotton gin t on lliuisdiv last w n ciught in the iiiaelnneiv ind whirled aron id UK tin an 1 01 foio lit knew it ho n is secure K caught ind he In 1 pres onci of mm 1 enough to it< h an I it sist in all his powei the for c of the engine -mil in one 01 two seconds his  rompletpd its annual examii a of the books and uitchers of the pportunity being j r tcetion to shoot him dead p iliccuicn thirty men withlnu t ti tut ill Iipad in htarted fiinn I1 rt ut (loch, in the 11 were coiistaiitlj reinforced bj other ear cndm November it last the receipts wfre ?OJ The amount disbursed during tbe twelv o months w is 'Ul leaving off the ueral fund on hand December IsE last The bi ance of the educational fund on h ind a ago was ajid tho rei >ear The di for the year M> 017 le'ning t4 of this fund 111 tho treasuij the mtv w Inch arc Iff i el in HID dei s v ithiii IT.V   f t ai m in s m r n d out th in Bull Head w thout i tin u ei l hesitation n I bcf jrp ui i istani as i ind a vcai olfercil hred Sitting JJull the ba 1 iferf the Jll3 breast iinuioih the left iiipi !c Vs he is be I to draw h H i revolver and li-ed one shot vv 1 tie lalhiu1 bullet lo U in Bull Head s i i Docf uilti 3 t ith n c ne ir this city MITS J aniar vi ifo of Mr i .ir, wi lives in Mi I i rar found i HUTU She had nut r ai 1 w is srt mindly e i- i f is i her life At 1 v j un n he was alive Me i L Ul t sh T. i i t n mi i_ 1 r t tin I s o I vv i i j i nar >n i ilh v u c i i 1 lio H f rt 11 tit is I I i j ii 11 Mac c cJ 1T r I is u I is. '1 crtal n tl i bed and went to r hu b ind w 13 f 1 ud stiff in t i t iat her cisc The du of the mosC CC OI p i The Annual Keport DecemutrJl [Spc( il CH VRLIS10-, S t ______ Ihe first annual report of Pcceivei t I Taint, i lain of tlie "Vrtli Laiolina railioad w is in the Lnited States coijrt lie net earninprs for tlie jear are 0701 mist v J12 074 in an increoso of xofjj CS7 Tho report is up to October ih'K) The' pense account shows a corresponding clpereis" i notwithstanding the fact that the oid has rhe "f added material Iv to its rolling '-toe1 tive power The receiver j, s th it thf n ipase m tho amines is not due esppf to mv increase in the crops but to the natural development of the country and to its connections Sitting Buil ft 11 ibout si i nm the door His 'jorso vv a-i icu !l houce a id liod loinaiiav k jumj d u md rlevv to the troops with ih new roiv loot the hoj was next kilktl uul he f (11 across Uie Ins i LI Iho was then 1 LIU! to hand, Sitt n0 TJUJJ ema0  sur nis co if er coiu h morning sermon, his re ation He aa Ins reason for LI.S. de ire and determination logo totheholj no expected to remain ttvoor more years 1-Ie will be accompanied by a number of Uistin guished duines of Georgia, Tennessee and v irginia Burning of a 'Soted Oouse Ala. December Jl [Snena1 ,_ Ihe tine rtence oi Tames Koss was burnt d the ground jesterdav Tli s house as t( c 1-.st of tlie th-ee old-Shorter houses, were hoTiblv b icKeneu by i ov ler n The In lian puhc f sjon i id he handicapped and 11 Bull a I verted shack civ n, outside lour their ov n 1 dead andnni ot e uostiics includai., tl e i old chief Ihe poi cc pep the j hostiles from tl e sh ick, but n ith htt'o elifcct The nostilc-> promptly retarned the lire shooting out window p ne They bad retired to an ambusii v; icn the sokhers appeared The willows M ere bo th not a form w as visible b t the cuatte- tt the vs could beard C tptam 1 eclicc fcrtncd a sh line in ixnuii shot into the auibosli of lite S jf r ii i tr t 9 i to who is roiife and r v r Ih jlar 0.1111 i f ret ti t via jilt! ed thr 3 mial to msi.lt od s sermon was oe of the 11 e learned were among tl e hnest built here i ins Harrington further said that he regretted i loss was probably S15 000 or vvith the personalties in vliich bnth sides had insurance Tho fire reel R indniged He was surprised that Parnell bad descended to use scumllous and had applied offensive epitnets to his late colleagues The unfortunate split in xoung fire comnaay TVOS badlV way to tbe fire Crowding Into the Delta en the Mills recess resolution was con opcarang IK mayor made an state woala be m tho Address to lum.Mr Harangtou contended that J sissippi delta m a favfeus ia proposed upon which a votexstle- Whisky caused the trouble. fahouts and cnes were heard and the corpeial thinks a great mauj more bostiles wore killed than reported The soldiers "oon after reterned to the post, taking with them the dead and womided of both s des and two prisoners of Sitting Bull, whom, the squaws were trjing to shelter from capture One was tieHe the other eighteen %ears old Tbe elder hat1 be eral rounds of a annum tion on his per son uuc. 10 weapon are now pr scners Le Sitting Bnli a scalp one of the 1 re i r s d cue cil U t U J 1 e ch i rh over 100 >PO Ii SIR I lav mosooloiJ nttverhrard I an 1   o 7ea Jl s word-; were listened to with w a ten tion by immense throng aud his sermon awoke tbe hearts of ma.ny was stated in today s the apoomtinents for the bouth Georgia couferonce will not be read until rrow FKO3I THE TRACT. .t; U.K lifted faome of the Indian police swear that Red Tomahawk killed Sitting Bull, bat as it M also known to a certainty that Ball Head shot him through the left b-east, the post snreeon thmka this was the fatal wound Red Toma- ha irk is not a permanent policeman and did not wear a uniform at iLe time of the conflict He is evidently scared, as he refuses to sjy of his part m bitting Bull's Aillin Bull Heart was earned to tho post -nlere he afterwards died from tlie ousd inflicted bv feittme bull, making fourteen casualties ac tually known Many more liostiles are be- lieved to haTe been tilled in the brmh Just before Bnll Head expired be admitted The Fital rlmiee to Doatli of an Alabama Traveler. i-LFALLA, Via December 21 ]__ This evening, as the outgo ng passenger train was about a quarter of a nine from this station Reuben Waldeii who Ines about twentymiles irom Ozark, attempted to jump from the movine train, when he fell, striking his Iiead on a crosstie killing him instantly The tram was running miles an hour Hia ekull was fractuied, tho whole back of Ajs head being crushed in He is, a cousin of Bf bpaight, w ho In es here Twelve dollara and eighteen cents were takenf from his purse together tno return trip tickets and a roU of and a deposit ticket oathePH-1er'' and Merchants' bank of Ozark for rom. his vest pocket His Domains ba taken to Ozark touior ow. 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