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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ATLANTA VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE GAG EULE TO BS FRJESSED COACI.VSIOK SENATOR ALDRICH CALLED UP. Orauny Hoar Enters Upon a bpe tking; to Luipty iilaine "Not a Candidate. WASHINGIOV, December 29 Contrary to oipectaiions there was a quorum present todaj, aud th.0 senate resumed b .isi ness session waa Highly interesting In tbe rrst place a discussion arose over the ring n of Mr fahoup, one ol tho new idaho senators Delator ance raised the point thai the of Idaho had elected three senators and had actually gone to the extent to sav how long should serve, Ihat was a question Tor tho senate fc decide iu he con 11 ue J suDpObO all three of the newly elected EI uators ware to present their credentials now, which of them would we Mr Shoup was., however sworn in Then ihrre was con inued discussion on the action o' the Idaho legislature in electing three sen- ators at one time During this discussion, General Sherman appeared upon the door of lio -senate, while Senator Cockrell was speak- A crowd gathered around him, and the conversation was BO loud that Mr Cockrell'a words could not be heard Mr. Cockrell lost his temper at this and loudiy announced to the group who had clustered around Sherman, ihiit if they desired to occupy the attention of tho senate, he would discontinue In an instant the conversation ceased, and General Sherman retired to the cloakioom. JQ haste THE OAO BULB few minutes later Senator offered his gag rule resolution and asked that it he printed and laid over Immediately a half dozen democrats "were on their feet to mov e ts reference to the committee on rules, -where they knew it would he buried, bat where it prouerly belongs But announced that he had not called up the resolution for the senate to act upon in y way He had simply asked that it be printed Then he said ho v, onld e the democrats twenty-four hoir-a notice before calling up the resolution, ai-d that ended it THE 1OECK BILL UP. The bill was taken up, and Mr Hoar announced that the debate would con- tinue, yielding the floor to Senator Hiscock, of "When Mr Hoar yielded the floor there were fiftj or more newspvner correspondents in the press srallery, but when Hiscock arose everj one of them retired from the gallery Such an o 10 dug of course attracted the at tention of tho senators on tho floor and there a general at the expose of the New York senator, who is probably the most unpopular man in public life with the newspape- fraternity His speech a 'weak series of deuunciatiers of election methods n the south, and of the peo- ple of that great section It was delivered to 'he iaiaUest -judlent-e of the st-wion. HOtK SPF tK.-. Granny Hoar then orcupiedJiie time of the senate for the remainder of tho ev emne and that he would consume about an hour tomorrow Of there was. a full audience to hear Hoar His sneech deliv ered n his usual sneering style It was n replj to tho that hav o been made on the democratic side and e peciallj in reply to those of t raj Bate and Walthall There wis h less bitterness in it tbau was e vpejctjed, he having, perhaps saved that uart for tomorrow M.r Hoax likened the progress of liberty to the aavance of the tide the tide re ceded it seemcu as if its ofhco had beeu to leave upon the sand a h'tlo filth and a little Bcurn, or to deposit its rank mud and the car oses of drowned animals, or of deeajing fishes, but tho eternal ever changing, never changing ocean 1 ept what it gained It re newed its strength it repeated its flow So Tilth tho mome its of liberty iu English, his tory t ie of Charles II tbe dissolute pensioner of France Ihat was answer to these senators who thought that the people had at tht last election belt ed the great question of righteousness by a single show ot hands If tin pending bill shoul I lecome i and urove effectual it would be the Ja'-t of the great measures that liad anything of a legal restraint which the Changes the constitution had made nee essary Another ji easiire -which ho had fondly hoped would ro ode Uus one would hav e to "ojlovv it Th it vas tl o measure to secure for avsry child on i.ii cncaii soil an education TmUi would ht bun ro read and understand' .he cjnstit UIOH of lib country hen these things e brought to the era of tbe upub 10 wouid be a rtal struggle lor the pending oill was a strug0Ie for the last towards establishing i doctrine o which the American people wore pledge d bv. their historv constitu- tion, their opinions a-id t'leir interests It was d e to aooite the.j-es or philosophies in the presence of the vpn as provisions of the con .itita'ion lie rejected and repelled, with all -ie indignation wlneh the calumny deserved, t-J o aspersion that the bill was i partisan meuure, trthat any man -vvho supported it actuated by partisan purposes Its supporters undoubtedly believed it to be true tl at the nei who were i aepnvi d of -heir coustitutional rights of thorn bee wse of their political opinions It TOS also, of course, true that those men Tare -v lolently or fraudulentlj depm ed M their votes because of their political ommons 3 it that operation of the bill would give one rty an idvantage over it nM help one ra her than another iex cut so far as an onest election would help ie party rather fhan another) he utterly de- nod Bombshells in Keserve There will be two Jaige sized Lombsheils azploded in the camp of the force bill advo- cates tomorrow and the chances are thev will aaiosh that infamous measure to smithereens Stewart of and Senator of Colorado will throw the uombs -'o ei ida iran will tho i opeeeii i or of In i 3 which bo Ti'l advocate the osi le of force bill order that tho congress of tlie Lmted States some attention to tl e fijancial con- of the country It is that he rnembered, made a speech against the force oil! about ten dajs ago But tho bomb which Senator will throw tomorrow, is expected to create tiie greatest sensation of the session He has so iar oeen laying low and saying nothing .Cven Uoar has no iata of what he in- tends doing tomorrow, when "o takes the floor in the time that has been accorded Senator Pasco of b londa, co'd dulls will chase each other down the back of tbe Massachusetts gianny Sen- ator Walcott is going to argue stroightout against the force bill, ana his intimate fneuda, who know iv hat ho will saj, announce that it will be the strongest speech bj long odds that has been made on tho bill oa either side the They entire believe free it tv ill carr j faction of the soiiato into die anti-force bill camp. defeat the bill Be and Stewrt will lead the fight of putting fiee coinage against tlie force bill. Walcort has never n ade but one speech enc9 he has held a seat in the senate, but that made his reputation as xn oiator He is second onl> to Ingalls a> the most greatest orator in congress !Not a Candidate James Cr Blame will not be in tbe race for the republican presidential nomination in IS'G That is will not. Only a da> or two ago, Mr Blame talkocl with a I southern democratic senator with whom he is on termsof intimacj He was giving ionfc to his leciprocity ideis, and outlmg a plan of what he intended doing; m order to make a market lor om g >o Is ui Houtli American countries He spoke of tbo Importance of the iNicarauga canal, and pressed tbe belief that within his life time a canal across Florida v ouJd be commenced At this juncture the senator made a remark to the effect that he would be nominated by the republicans "For "said the senator, 'if we cannot elect a democrat, we -would prefer vou as president to any other man m the republican party To this Mr Blamo rophod atftpi a fow of appreciation of tbe Kind reuiail of the senator I am no candidate, and shall not be He then explained that ho was more interested in recjj rocal trade b< tween the United btatos and South American countiies than any other question He did, how or add a word to the effect that wo ild bo a calamity to his party for the foico bill to become a law A FIGHT WITH BIG FOOT. LIEUTENANT G ARLINGTON WOUNDED. TroofwSnriound BJS loots Men ind While Disarming Them a Bloody J ncountur Takes Indians JSeb Decemaor Ji) special to The Bee from Pjne liidge BJ.JS that couriers from iad Lands, who arrived there this morning aunounced that a bloody and desperate conflict occurred this morning on Poicupme creek, between United States troops and hostiles Big Foot s band had been, surrounded Ly troops Tihen the foimer weie disarmed by Colonel I otsyLh, a bloody encounter took place ft Captain AVallace, commanding K troop theSoventli cavalrv, woa killed, and iiieiiUBr ai t Gailiugton, of the is shot in tho were Lilieu and a number ot liidi tna bit tbe Tliegieaiestexcitemontprev heie among afciicv employes and also among tho friendhes, many of whom are relatives Of the young bucks now on tbe Grave fears are entertained here for the safety of thisr sama arm regiment Details of the battle are hourlj The courier who !it v   re1 to thr onset The abov ts is Buhstantiated by an L Ho WKITKS A LETTER Says the Clergrv Defeated BJin at Kilkenny December 2i) incent Scull> who was recently defeated by Sir J >hn lope Henressy baa written a letter to The I a Journal m -which he sajs that the attitude of the Irfsb bishops belore and durln-- tho election referred to only shows that Farnell e mimitted a private v ice md allowed judgment b> default to be delivered aj aiiist him and therefore has been pronounced to bj no longer eligible to a position ol publie trust Mr Senlly savstb tfc tbo Irish struggle is essen tiall> apolitical one and not a, moral one as tho struggle is for Ie n for the Irish to manage Ir sb affairs after their own fashion The struggle is one of poundts shillings and pence and not of eacruments Athlone ICoscommon and WBstmeath are excited by a proclamation placarded In all proim- nent-placea Jt-Stafea that true Lrn hiueii resolved to sui port their in lependouLe airdtlmt the Kilkenny reverse is atrumj etetil for vou t-> close v our ranks and mate a supreme unlit for tho cause It adds that the i atberland is threatened bv a calamity surpassing a thousand co rcioii acto the luvvenne of the tlaj; of independcnec on v urue promises of British Irish histoiy teems with disasters resultinj. from tbe reh ineo placed upon fcoghsh promises The >r clAJn ition ti e people t sustain the tried poliev ot m independent p.irt> in i ai 11 cnt adding th it uith the people oi Ireland America united behind it it should un the leader vvho mide tbe j oh v and le 1 you to v ictoi v until mw The issue letween the independent I arLv was is to whether the people should choose their own leader md the partv to whether thtv bin uhl become official dispatch at tho hcalouarters of the department of Pratto 1HC OFLIlJtr KAFORT IJccember J) dis- patclies from Crenorai Miles, dated Kapul D were ref tonight bj General Schoneld telling of tiio ti_ht in tho Bad Lands toda> Iptwecn tlie Indian hostilcs and the 'white troops Che waic fiist sent by Gei-eral Biooko to Geiieri' Miles Tho iirat was as follows Whitesiae ha l f j ir troops of cav alr> and bold tbe Indians untill orsv n he! iiitu vMEb lour moretr jpslitnisht Ath ch (k thismjri lug while dibar tho Ii di the tout mencctt l t.J ink verv tc w Indians have escaped 1 t ink wo will luivti i mtti in 1 md it as all are in i wit ton There was n j prcc .mtum omitttii HM, occnrrt 1 ntar tie lieid of VkoniH'td v I hive 3 seen many of tue indi iu w h nt out towards 1 oi -y the thib i c bade The next dispatch was 'General Brooke telegraphs Forsvthe re AHEAD OF ALL Of THIS SOL TO A MOST REMARKABLE SHOWING Au Increase iu New Mannfactoi les of All Kinds s- ports Ltrser Ttian All Otliers B-VLTIMOKE December Manufac- turera' Kecord publisher 111 this week s its annual review of the industrial proirress of the strath for 1SW) showing great acti-itj and p-mpenty tliroughont that section The total assessed -vaiue of pronerty for 1800 is near'y iGO.OOO 000, a gain of 000 000 er 1881) nid over The number of iiitioiial banks in the south is 090 with an affirregite (apital of 70J 705, anmcroi.se during tltc jeir of 104 hanks and -MO DA> 000 Hung like it, that if Bill Jud Jived tie land troullcs v onld have all been settled and that be could nave had him k 11 for jth Italian non went to Burch about the easinpoftle timber He wanted 000 lie tho ijht w is too mutu i went tu see Burcii then He Liade me a proposition but I to d li m I wouldn t jc ept until 1 could sec ]5 thanan fie here expl ined tbe taratter and location of the lots eoucr icted lor f did come to him to get out of the contract He e ul he could jxet more m ne> for the Mm! "So pavment was due at tbis time Mr U ic >u read to the juiv the dat s en w bub the notes 1 ecame due He bad no altercation with Eureb about it but simply leiused ro give back tlie leases He had onl-s heard since his arrest ot anv agreement t pay for the killing of ary one Ho bad had no c nversation with i rch ,bout seeiu.r Lewis Knight to get him to un f ital iiqlit SHERLOCK SHOT. AUGUSTA JDJ5- STORY TOLD BY A BALTIMORIAN So Kcgisters Ln Vdm ttcd capital had Ten jears ago tbe national bants, south with a total capital of -4j 40S Accord ng to the I leport of the L in ted Mates ei mjttrol er of car rency tht net eaTiirigsof all southern national banks for the tu olv e months endcu Jsovemoer oO, 18JJO, "neie or an average of ii1 per c( nt on tnc total cayitil Only two southern national hanks failed year and both of tlie e f nlures wore duo to dishon esty in to kov eminent During the yeir 2 4 miles of railroad were built in the south, J.JJb miles 111 ISS'i Gross earning of all southern lailroads for tbe first en montl s of IS'0 were Ml Al list for tbe same tamo in IShJ, icieasooi %10 004 Oi7 e v-a'uo of foreign exports from all soufhern ports for tbe hrst eleven in on hs ot ;v is S-faS 1) an mcrcaMi of 111- 010 over the corresponding mouths of while the incieuso in tlio balance of the comitrj was only S J4 477 the increase at fcouthum jorta being live tunes as as tha combined gun at all other United S ates ports Tho production of iron for the je up to about 1 Mirf) 000 n 113 a gam of JJjOOO tons over ISM of HoU 000 tons over 1698 ui 1 of more tlnn 1 000 000 tons over Iho7 The total pioduc-ioii of Cotton fur tho ist v j ears lias bet n 4.2000000 bales, woitli n the va uo of seed sold about >110 or an of neartj 00 OOtJ a year Tho consumption cotton bv southern mills was 1 473 b ties 5 car nbt o 000 I n in i Kaiu of aver ptr cent in, I )17 new enterprir s coveinig every ty cf industry Irom 11 k worko to stoel work Me c 111 the tribite t tl e killing Burch ne-ver applied to him for ou-v monev Iu- such a f urpose IIC IVITII CLI He vent t> llurch s house t) meet a man at Bureh b rt in to some land He stave 1 up awlii'e <.nd nliv-ei c irds Clemens tj eie tha uin'it He si 11 with icmciib in a I edr  hi i belf ii[ He had nad no lequest trc m anv ul of IcICi r tountv tj male mv tr re-it He on h s I oud He li-'d 11 c n versat i withKurcb or Clemens that w mid hate pat in v out on notice tliac ho lereloianv susjucioua puichase HL I ODE W ITII H He was at Ifi an when Hall Jle v as tht ro to hire hai He liail n j ut with -ilall to he ti ei ilecfuld t hire han He t> k no r ALGISTI Gi D cumber -J poker fa i no tonight c ice m a probable at tie Cei tral 1 o tl about S elocL II JLesier timorc Js a iia lie tn the and tiie man who hi a s it is under ar j i ub o _s 'o s I d e to >rl ur LI i d t there in 1 Inlcd ili oiie are known to have gott n then pomes. THE RAPID Orn s Lt, December Miles fa headquarters w iH be in the saddle after todaj Ho w ill probably qtart today for 1'ino Kidge, goiii2 through 1 ad Lands with an escort of scouts and the bixth airy A POSTTIASTKR Com utnti jq; south s Pi o statistic afac of tho Kecord part ot the 1 liberals der dictite 1 by the tujrlish k merelv a ieeept a lea That would not be home r lie We want reil h the home rule for whi h jbuimt-tt and tliei jatruts their n lie e were ui yincinu toMit underage d leader Sunii >rt him it a Ireland s cau'-e forever ood save Ire 1 md in Pans Pvitri er jy 1'arncll arrived in Tans today 11 and O Bin n to B mloqne Before thej lei t Mr O Urn 11 was ly an press reporter 1U( onlj sutjtet upon which he was -wlllm- to talk was the iundd subat ribed in the Ignited States during the reeent tour of O Brlen and his eomraues TVIILL CO11E TO N VUGHT. Tlie Farmers tlio Third Party Scheme TOPEKA Kan December _t) following in tcrview with I reside it Mcdratb published todav would indicate that the alliance has for the pres ml decided tu drop tbe tbird party movement lie Tbe agitation in the south over tho I-odge bill precludes the possibility of -my independent at this tune While in Ocala 1 investi gated the conditions as tborouffhly is my limited stay would permit and I came to the conclusion that more time was needed It will come about in time but the time is not tbis vear A. delegation of Kansas editors which has re turned lit m a tour through tiie south having made a thorough investigation of the tarmers move there found that a large majority of BO nth ern 1 armors believe m workiuj for their retorms witbm tlie democratic party In T for example the editors found few advocates of tbe third partv move Che president of the alliance in that state Thomas Adams seeictarv of the state board of auriciilrure in a conversation with a correspond il nt vvho accompanied tbe Kansas delegation said Hie political condition in this state precludes the possibility of in independent move at time itli us it is a battle tor white supremacy and any movement which will the white people politically will not hnd favt t-tlittr-s that llr Adams e the sentiment pretty generally held b> southern eis and this reT on tbcv o so concluded that it would be impossible to do invtbiiig wit'i the new mo emeut arf tma time TKAGEDY IN A 3IIMXG A HuJgarian Enters a Barroom antl Kills Three Persons. WiTKi-t.1 MIE Pa Deeember 23 It Brodf- icksPifh a little mining settlement, six miles froiu sbarre torta-v John firello, a liuiiga. r an v ho had been the ham let f t r a few davs en cred fie haloon of Mirhael Cnrlcj md in presence of the latter s fne jear old r M-iioie who was holding an infant, shot Mrs who wis working it a wasbtub in the front part of the barroom and then shot Gnrlev it ho bad come dew i stairs Tirello nest turned and shot a man named Mielnel flodok a Hungarian who di d and tben laving the revolver upon the prostrate fnrm of Curley, decamped lor pjrts, i n know n No re tson is known for the The it ente e I uric1! b head fn n tht back tjid ilie died was ahot through tae forehead and lived u o 1-our J. F aiattliowa hhot In CarrolHon, Miss December 29 Star this evening prints the following The killing of Jobn 1'rentiss "Matthews, VirastSrotCStrroHto i flHes, by 1-oung will probably torn out Jo be a Mntthewa was "hot down on the street bv 'Vic linde J M Mat thews Alibsibbippi vvho was the republican candidate ftr congress against Otneral Hooker it the list election and who is i brother of the deal man Mr Matthews had just received the follow in c; telegram from C irroMton John was i mrdered bv a mob He had been iiotilicd b> a dozen men that i mob was K >in t kill hini that div He s iw the men with their guus and he got i rifle W lien he did this the sheriif arrested him and placed bun under bond John j ointed tl ree men out t> the sherif and awked him to them and protect his hie The sheiiif refused It wii a pl tel stepH Mr MeBride vvho still in his drug store shot bun down with a shotgun killing him instantlv Not satisfied with this HeBrnle ured live bbotS at him from a olv er aftci he vvis dead mob then I eg-jn dancing and shouting around the bodv with iu< st vile abuses and curses John had receiv ed sev eral anonymous lettt rs tellnir, him ho must leive town Che murderer tree and all because they must bave a post office at Carrollton Mj brother said Mr was only twentj one years old He was a bright mtelli gent boy He wai appointed postmaster severa.1 months ago atCarrollton AMiiletbert have beeu a number of threats agiaiist liis life I did not tluuk would come of it He was the first re public m postmaster to take tbe Carroll ton office for n any and it was freely said that no re pnbli  at current figures creat timidity among her be-ira and they rush into cover on shgh pn vocation Tho ad vance ciieeked Celling to reilize foi lowed with some fresh abort interest made on full hgures frft lodav of port and interior distric ts In the last half hour there was a partial recoverv said to be the result of manipulation to support L.IV erpool tomorrow Spot cotton was di 11 Judge Chisnolm's Will Svi Ga December Walters Ch bholin labt will was Hied today m the court of ordinary The entire estate is ctt to Chisbolm to uo with it as she wishos She is not re juired to give any bond rto flic an in- ventory The estate which is a large one, will not be appraised Ibe will was made in 1880 tlie Strikers Places.! December _l ofhcials this evei ing st-fp that num jers of men from the midland countries ire offering their services fo Scotch railwav s The direc.. rs av tnat thej feel onrlde it that they cm iill ii ies In tlio n en w ho h LVC e out anl the opinion that the strike v til soon Collapse Hittenliouxe TVas Kounced Einr, Iv December 29 Avre wlii '-incc tiie of The il> thronlcJc liere bas its associate Tilt p.ist twelve im nt! hive bt en a peri d of uuiieeedenteda tlvitjn everv del t in nimtrial and conin ert al enterprise m thu sout i Fvery lactor in bu-.ine s relict M p- nt il aitivitj The railr ids hav j ct n ciowded with te jond tht ir capacity 'h I inf s have ti in enorinouslv IIH n astc1 -vol uuc ol lupines-, nd have eanietl bantisome returiis i pon their cap! jl agricultural and manufacturing ii been put forth in great quantity and tliere li been v tremendous now of capital irotn every direction to the south seeking mve t menc The past year lias not been one ot booming nor abnormal development but it has been essentially a period oi steady growth upon a sobd fount! itum The south has been pnt to severe tests duruic tbo past >ear but it has stood tbei i til ivlthotu strain or insury and. stands better in tho eves Of tbe world than ever before An abundant e of evi rytlnng that nelds or 1 letones has f_iven the faoutli ample re sources with which to stand all strains and to meet ill demands THL FOfcKTH WEFK come ncnt w ij he had to He had i o purpo e in go i g foi auv tl m te than above stated po t i -sec u v bodj about, any s ie i i Norniin 1) or his lit pr et tii ii t MiU Jle tiitl i t t jjijiin liad u con veination with one bt ut bueh a ma rei lame 1 iu Cliaimtei several b lie m dt arruif..ei with severil d irkjes lie did cl c Hall wlif-n 1 e m idea certain lem rk a it tie worn n md i hi dieii i tl e c tn tic wo aid He did n u ee iieir aiiv tiling Irom I! ueh d irmg th it time Niiller 1 u] he tr i 1 rlo IL ne i 01 jii n !ti i as n a ir de Mi L, lird f r )me land His i artm r h ul Instruct d M oie to ui )ve i the Ian 1 ti is. ht ioi nd nt tl at he wou'd nit rid his bn H or ntand i iel Muoro )l 1 u re was Ins bj ther in 1 iw He i t er h i u j i o-n crs iti i t I an n in result t ie Viil i )fl i Jimti Ut i 1 thi I) IU m 1 M r J ii n I jn a t r md I e n Itur li 1 ad J ever ha I an} e n erstti t (thcr He i d i 1 n wledL.s ot nijt 111 I F m lijioi n 1 v M ore ti ut the k Hi i ill r till Ills J l tsi K-N I l j I l it LI Ht i r t lieird oi tin 1 ilhnir I I oisvtii ir m a Mr Ye in ol Kmxvillo lei n i u man waa ]ir rut it thetnii H is w t Hie i ex m rnm the 1 i na He did i ot bee I u cL t ere tl at mtr d s H titl ei is a men 1 an 1 i f l) r 1 oi I altim re, rltre da >n here -sl MJ d ilhgi it co ut i u 1 UIIIK s wi I the v less a t oi re testimony will do this bcjand a iw I e.ai itor left tod iv for ashiiigton to ne r 1 resident National t armors V liaaiee I. of the Suicide of i Postmaster DLIII i_s tra Dcctmher JS' al j ISrook at fondor comroitteu cide on Saturday night last, by taking an overdose of mororjine Despondency from drink was the cause He was justice of the peac'e and postmaster at Condor Betnrued to Work NKWAKK, J, December One thousand girls returned to work at Clark a thread mills, this morning including twisters, "poolers and tin. ishe -s Into Which the Hall Trial HasDrasged Its Slow Lensth. M Ca December2) week of the noted con pir icj trial this moining The courtroom was racked OH usuil iad it woa evident that interest had not abated in tbe case The defense took up where leftjofi feat urda> and ilurmg the morning brought out a con slderablc an ount of contratlictorv testimouv Thej propose pi unly to lose no opportunity to impeach the confession of Burch and indeed liej believe tbey have tlready done this Tbev are now try ng to impeach Itohinan and claim that todav sfcadow of a doubt Till V DO NEFI) 1 It )T1 TION Tbe first w tncss called for this morning was Dr Buchanan vvho iccompanied Thomas Hall to Isorm uidale to SPC Hiltoi and Dodge about the release of their fither He stood in feet of them when thev bad the Ponveieation in its point He ciid not hear anvtbmg that made it ne  Colonel Hall in I ostman He works around the house He also works on the f rm and s mietimes peddles vegetables and per forms other duties He knows where Colonel Hall s bcfiioom is it is on tbe first floor m the rear Colonel Hall has occupied that room for two years He has never known him to occupy any other The young ladies rooms were on the second floor He waits on olonel Hall and he c ultl state honestly gjthat Colonel JIall had never slept anvwhere else In anbwer to questions from Mr DuBignon he said he did not know whether or not Colonel Hall bad slept up stairs wbea tbe pieacber was there or not The witness was then called down and vans was then railed to the stand The marshal announce I that Mr v ana was not in the hearing of the court at the time and Mr Jiacon an nounced that rather than delay the court be would put Mr Wright Lancaster on the stand I an caster and tbe other four defendants represented by 1 im were then sworn Mr W asbmgton at torney tor Clemens announced that he could m t then whether or not ht. wishe I tn, cl ent sworn I aucaster taking the btaiid. testified is follows VSTERTrsrinrs He be was one of tbe defendants in this suit Hewasthirtv three yean of age was burn in Telfnir c  one for tbe killing of 1 had never had a conversation with Burch tbout anv such matter He nevei IXJWTV to Lurch J NOl LjVlr HSd nev er seen him Didn t 1 now theie was such Linau u Tlie world He did not know sucb a man is at 1 urcL n He had be trd ,1 sueb a man as Rich Heunj He had, once liad 1 Arrant for Iii m he looked for In tn lnif eoul 1 never nitd him ue had nev cr seeu Herring that be knew or be bad never made anv arrangement with Lem Burch for tbe keeping of Clemens and JLoivry be bad never let llureb have mutcou except one time, that was in June Lurch was to bim 25 for it He only paid liim and owed him 25 cents Jle bad no knowledge of an> design on tbe part of Burcb oi inv one toki'l 1 orsjtb Tic iLul never Lad anv connection with t tit ob ccti n 1 it th u_ht e us, 1 w to j. i i p: itit TJ j. i i immatei al ejm nation i i nnr A i vi si u 11 r Mr Ilu n replie 1 that he though, it was most uinustiorthecHirttopnt Him m such alight before thejurv He had no mcliuition to pro long the eie md he did IK t th nk there mj man connected with the cibe wb j had i prave pcriona.1 reason lor wi Inn- tt Imrrv the case through H" was worn out pb sieal1> and mcntallv and he had no desiie wh itevcrto keep the jurv-Joiifjertban waeaboolutely necessary f) to justice tn his clients Ihe court allowed Mr Bacon to ask the m estion th f that money IJohanan put in m nev in tlie three old mules and BIX joke of oxen two saws two eait-s ami a few other t iinL.9 He an approximation >f the value He identified the contract with Bohanan Mr aaked the property wis not c'aimed bj Hunter B and i, Co Mr interpo cu an >hjeetion The court could not see how buch evidcnee was material Mr Bacon suggested that it was decidedly m itenal Irom the fact that he wanted to show that iu ftohanaii s negotiations with Mr Overbj payment and Mr Hill he was tr> ing to the f mone> steusibly for cert iin jtropertv TV hen it w is indeed si mplv in pav ment for evidence He was to get Six or eight times the value ot that i r  feet, Mr Bartlett said 4 May it please the court I cmnot believe Mr duHignon is c indid when lie saj s he doe? not un derstand the purpose of the question Mr duPipnon I do not care Bir what von may think of it I repeat sir that I was candid Mr Bartlett was read> with a replv but the gentlemen were called to order without further words Mr duBignon then arose to add to what he had said by assuring the counsel and the court that he was candid when he eaid what he did- HANDI.I-S HIM Continuing the witness said he did not know where Henry I ancoster HveU HP did not know T N Hall He had sent him no clothes since he has been in jail. He did not know A man named Torre Mercer He repeated he had. never seen T "N Hall th it be knew of He could tell who did send him clothes Mr duISigon didn t care to know be hoped the court would let tho witness be allowed to tell about this Mr dnUigon bad no objection and the witness stated that the clothes were sent him by Mr Me Laiighlm where ho boarded and where be kept bis clothes Tl e witness was then called down ind court ad jouraedfor one hour and a quarter the judge announcing that he would do tins on account of the prolonged of the morning dr j je lit 11 M" Mr int. r I Ml C d th t Mr d JJn I be in T r tF Vr I M u e Jbtt aed to To hv .irk e .Jso B.LJ in al t ttn Vi ork iE re idont ol 11 p MT o i ri w m 1 is al o th e ntro 1 i I I ti p-tt wn r o] Mic uswitcr i 1 c e tr j lints Mr )rl put mi i it IJ adomhia a s rt with toi to wrecl litnk if iinenca aid tlie ante r utj aiij IIGHlTiCj1 The Cashier T DP im an Life Insur oitli Cmr S mtli Ci: at term on 1 f teution -w.nlc hethirKI" and cc ming i 1 c. In i tl blow win D kiDckel hi i three quirky ritJt i tht b their lug v After i hi f of p ice c ptirc-dtw 1 r ai 1 ne f tl E at w un ltd in t ie tliuh Jhe tl >rd large i.n r-ntp-e 1 t! tta 1 eL tl a ;h s al u 'h the d or Jor i cilt him a Tl en the I iw i 12 nils tile h i ue g i d tl r it is indent relj almost wholly tbe testimony of Bureh and Bo Koepi Up His been H ed, but no lappllcavt: beer m xde Firsideiit fJeonre f ager a conjerence vvi h the credit r b ro todav, Ibe mcetn g satislaeto'-v Jbe road owes than i SAVAKNAII Ga. December 29 and ba3 ID Knoiville 5 per cent j away Hwtndge delirerea bis Jectore on toe am- t-wt-ntv vear bonds and other collateral to meet ance to a large audience tonight. It provoked mo.cn applause, and was well received, tbroagaout Tic never Lad any me relative Mr UoiVe He i cmtroverby with bim my mjurv or intimidation of n t acquainted -v 1th Ke e orked for Forsytb, hauling timber andcr a con- tract His relations with Forsytb were always oleasant he bad never had any ill will against bim be had never bad any iU will against any of 'Dodce'a agents .he had never had Iny agreement be knew of the rule against bim He knew of no intention on the r. rt of anv one to interfereiwitu tnc ruling of the court He tliu not know of any agreement on tic partofaiiv partieatokaiMr lorsvtb He bad never beard of any snch tbing He bad never bad any conver oatUm about being enjoined from the use of anv landg, Hft bftti O6TCT The defe: on tlie testimony banan 1 heir efforts in the vxamination of I an- castcr were directed entirety on thib line with the major of it pointed at Bolianan Mr Bact n rnnklv auuouiu ed during tbe elimination tbat he prop -edtoshon tint it was testimt nv and not promrtv that B jhanan was offering to sell to tbe DC d_e-5 tr was m t ie stand for over two hours and remained standing during the entire time He clearly and distinctly ai d somewhat t firinU He d d not and it was the general opinion that he went ihrough the ex amm iti in in a remarkably clever wav During tion Hull  rn 1 hey seem t 1 e en cav oi ng t) i T id be r it L nvev er and are hoi 1 ingumxit w mderfnl dctcrmtnation Thev Fit thr ugh the trial without even smiling and sel dom pay an> attention to anything except tbe witnesses nob even manifesting an interest in the luanyhttlc tT( iting scenes that THE WERE MIAD Hi ii i i iad i citlcnt r j the null ot ilh i Tea.guelo'-t In lif tbr ire In MiU a DC eml er peril! nt ir nr ttlf t wn t i K 11 anp 11 vi li ch Lap av t tta H  on 1 Mayor W as I inn Deeer b r 1 div or two ago the t IICP er lire u 1 a negr t anl while cur ut v ith hi t e g lardho I'-e thev summoned AS i ham '-tut c ree, cmj lov-o at il t I nitcd st PS, assiv oils f hert to helj> 'tit rpfu ed bad ether :d He w is ir 1 nd lined 5._5 tl e ie ji r jT the C .SP was re p n" 1 to 1 iv 1 ut n r held 1 n tt Mad t mp v  I.SM en 01 eonv lie i in the liouse Vi oat te wpre ui attendance. Pev John Hui t r o punl witb praier alter which j'ishop al ownv iclive e 1 an ito address of omt w lie iw-1- Jitti re-p n le I bv J resident Dupr e vbo dphvered Ins al drrss vvhii h was ltd as an al'ceif rt 1 i-e SL sun will clo'-e on dav ncii 1 Tiie us lifth annu 1 re] re cnta.-ivps Suit C inn v A bill w is hie! I: tr.ctor Pedm nd v- Against Georgia Railroads lenn Scptcn 29 re in hanc rv to lav bv Con t! o hn -cviJle So ither And Rented Thejr Spleen a FooliBb. "loans >Ian. Ga [Special morning about 10 o e'ock, two voung women of the demi monde walked into a Broad street store, and while one held off with a pistol, the other pro ceeded to sail into a clerk therein with a horse- whip struck him one b ow with tbe butt of clerk knocked her list She arose and proceeded to applv the whip, -when officers arrived arrested them both antl lodged tbem in tbe guardhouse from winch they were released oftenixm upon their flues The trouble occurred from a too partial distribution of Christmas presents the young women, the whip when the down with his tlie "I riPtta anl Norti railroads to recover tliout 000 alleged 1 due f r work n the roa In Ilea tallies ti e fKl 000 snrihe 1 r Knox tountj, and all ub npt >ns inadf1 1 in div idu tN Killed by an dental Sbot fil SV 1LLI 
                            

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