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VOL. xxi. PICKENSI S. C., THUIRSDAY, MARCH 23, 1893!O 7
TilE S ENA T E CO M M ITT
AS ARRANGED BY THE DEMOCRA
IE.We,y Denllocr,81 (il a Chairmla"h:1
The Itepic4:a11 Olven tle skiamiq It
rfmat%tioniI The y Gtvo Illh) Democrat
WASIIINUTON, March 14.-The De
ocratic caci;s finished its labors
(lay, so far as the reorganization of
couimittees of I he Sentl o are conev
ed. Tihe qcssioii of t-he eauc s was
go long as w!s ailt icipatfd, despite
fact that there was some discussion
the subject of the reorganization of
elective offices of tlt) Senate. Ti
was a prevailing Kentimrent in favor
a speedy reorganiz4tion of t,he cleri
and executive force of the Senate.1
that sentii-lu t took tangible shHi
immediately alter the adjournment
the caucus, when the caticus com1ir
tee met in '-ienator lUar,som's room
he purpose of consideri-1C thi stibje
Up to this time, the coimit,tee 1
been so busily euaged with the rev
Ion of the cetamittee lists that t
other matter has been referred to 01
in an infornil inanner. This impo
ant branch of the work of the major
is now, however, well under way. a
it is probab!e Iliat by this time m
week, if not earlier, the elective ollic(
of the Senate will have been chanwe
It will be seen that the commit
provided chairm'iships for Senat
Peffer and KIle, the Populist memnbe
and permitted Mr. Stewart to reu
the chairmanship of the committee
mines and mining, which he held U
der the Republican organization. Th'
was some debate over tl Hs action a
some opposition, but the iniflence
the committee prevailed and the sil%
Senator from Nevada will not be d
turbed. Either upon the standing
select committees, places were fou
as chairman for all the new Demor
ic !enators. The lIepablicans aregiv
eleven coimittevs, just as thev ga
the Democrats. The ollicial list
given out by Senator Gorman is as f
Agiiculture-George, ehairnan, 1A
Ranson, PetTer, Roach. Republicans 3.
A ppropriatioiis - Cockreti, chlairmi
Call, Gorman, Blackburn, Brice. Rop1
Contingent E'xpenses-White of Loi
ana, chairman, Camli'en. Republicans :
Census-Tuirpie. chairman, Berry, VI
of California, bMurpI y, PetTer. Repu
Civil Ser% ice-Call, chairman, Waltir
Gordon, irl)y. l,'epubtlicans 4.
Clains-Pasco, chairian, Daniel, Be
CafTery, Allen of Nebraska, Republic
Coast Defenso-Gordon. chairman, Ir
Mills, White of Calfornia, imili1th,
Commiieree-Ransomn, chairmani, Col
of California. , I t epub0lic-nI its.
Distl icte04-tilf.11n al I'lar, 1.-; ar
Faut lknier, Gibson. I- tAmih art
Education and , ',abor . 'le, chairimi
Geerge, ilunton Catlyerl. IurphIy.
Engrossed il .'.el1, Martin.
pubPcans 1, chairaI... RJluded.
Enrolled Bills-Cal eryi cha.rnan, A
chell of Wisconsin. Renublic'is 1.
Epidemic Diseasos-1larris, Irby, WI
of Louisiana. Rep ihlians 4, includ
To Examirve the "everal Branches of
Civil Service-Poffer, chairman, Gray.
las. Rep,blie .ns 2.
Finarce-Voornees, chairIman, MPli
son, l1arris, Vance, Vest, Jones of Ark:
sas. Republicans 5.
Fisherie--Coke, chai man, Call, G
son, Hill, Mitchell of Wisconsin. Repti
Foreign Itelations-Morgan, ehairin
Buitler, Gray, Tu'mrpie, D)aniel. Repum
Immigration--il ill, chatirman, Voorha
MlcX'herson, Fauntlknter, P'elfer. R 'epu
Improvcmnnt of Mississippi River-s
chiairmaii, WValthall, Palmer, 1Pcifer,
IndIan Affairs-Jones of Arkan
chairmnan, Morgan, Smith, Roach, Al.
of Nebr'aska. Republicans 3.
% Interstate Commerce-I utler, chiaipn
Gorman. Brico, Whit e of Louisi',na, Cr
den, Lindsay. Repuicans 5
Irrigation and Reclawation of A
Lands--White of CalifornIa, chairm
Jones of Ark ansas, Kyle, Roach. Rep
Judiclat y - Pugh, chairman, Ct
George, Vilas, 11ill, Laindsay. Repiu
Library--Mills, chanirinan, Voorbi
Mitaniufactu ros-G ib son, ebaiirnian, Sn
Caffery. RepublIcans 2.
Military Affairs-Walthall, chiaim'rm
Cockrell, Bate, P'almier, Miteill of V
consin. Repubtlicans 4.
Mines-Stewvart, cl'airmian, liate, C
Irhy, MIlls. Republicans 4.
Naval Affairs-M~cPhierson, c'hairm
Bumtler, Blackburn, Gibson, Camuden.
Expenditures of Executive D)epartmre:
Smith, chairnmn, Cockiell, lill, Walti
Caffery. Republicans 4.
Patents-Gray, chairmian, Ryle, M
'Berry. Republicans .
Poensions-Palmer, chiairman, B' Ice,
las, Camden, Catfery lRepuIblicans 4.
Post Ollicts anid Pot Roads-Colgi
chairman, Vilas, .Ir by, Mt Ills, Ilunton, I
Printing-Gornr.an, chirmn-t, Rans
Private L and Claiums-Itansom, Colgt
Pasca, I erry. Replubliceans 3, chairti
Privileges and( Elections-Vance, chi
man, Gray, Pumgh, Tu'irple, P'almner.
Pah,ile Iluildines and Grounds-V
chairmian, I)aniel, Pasco, lice, Gort
LPulilc Lndr-- Berry, ehi irmnan, V
thallI, PascM(o, Vi las, Ma 'iin, Allen of
braska. Itepublicans a
Railroads-C.'uaten, ebalhman, lie
Glordon, Palmier, Marlt.in RepbliIcam
Relations wvith Canad a-Mu lrli>hy, chi
manm, Pungh, Cobijuitt, HI unton, Mlitchel
WIsconsin. Repli)icanis 4.
RevIsion of the L aws-D)aniol, (hairmn
wCall, Lindsay. Repu'blicar s 2.
Revolutiona:: CIa' ims-Coke, IPugh.
pin cauns 3, chinan aai Included(.
Rules-Blackbmrn, chairmian, ilai
Goriian. RepublIcans 2.
TJerritortes-Faulknier, chairn'an, I
Blackburn, Bate, Call, White ot Call
TraI. norta',nS Rote to thae Seaboai
Irhy, chairman, George, I urpie, Gori
I'acific Ildairoads-'riec, chairmian, Yi
-,an, Fa?ulikner, W~hite, of L.oulslanai, Ii
phy. Republicans 4.
.inian D)epredations- Lindsay, chi
iman, Faultkiner, Kyle, White oif IAamisIn
Select Committee to Inyivt stigaite the
tomac Riv#i Fronut-MeI lherson, Bans
Hlunton. Republicans 3, uthairmman In
TLo inquire Into thio ClaIms against N
ragua-blorgan, ralmier. Pelpublicans 3,
Wonan suffrage-Vanco, Gcorge, Black,
ric burn, MePherson. Republicans 2, chair
Additional Accommodations for Librar)
of Congress-Voorhees, Butler, Pugh. Re.
publicans 2, chaIrman included.
1-- Five Civilized Tribeq of Indians--Butler
e> Pasco, Roach. Republicies 2, chal-imail
s. Transportation and Sale or Mo't Pro.
ducts--Vest, Coke, Allen of Nebrilska,
im- Republicans 2, chairman Inc uded.
to- To Establish a University of tho United
States--Ilution, chairman, Kyle, Vance,
Lh Jones of A rkansas, Turple. Republicans 4.
rn- Qladro-Centenillal-Vilas, chairman,
j,)t Coiltt, Vest, Gray, Danliel, Gibson
the Voorlie.s Lindsay. replublicans 6
On To investigate tho Geological Survey
'le Martin, chairinan, Jones of Arkansas. Re
e puibilican- 1.
o On National Banks-Mitchell of Wiscol
.sn, chairman, Vance, Colquitt. Republi
'l canls 1.
ld On Forest Reservations-k1len of Ne
Dp braska, chairman, Kyle, Morgan. Repub.
of licans 1.
it- On Corporations In the Districtol Colm.
or bla--Gorman, Brice. Harris. Republicans
0t, 2, chairman included.
as To Investigate Tresspaslers upon Indian
Is Lands--Hoach, chairman, Butler. Repub
le licans 1.
This liF;t is complete, with the excep.
rt- tion of tho assignment of the Senator
ty from Wyoming, and that place has been
ty left vacant until the member is sworn
rs At conclusion of the caucus Senator
(orman sent a copy of the list to the
,e Republican committee, which was in
or session in the room of the committe,
rs, on appropriations. The Republicang
Lin decline to give out anything tonight,
o but will report to the Rfepublican cau
m- cus tomorrow.
re It is said that there has been quite :
,,(I pressure brought to bear upon the call
of cus committee to remove Mr. Stewart
,er from the Republican representation of
is- the committee on appropriations, and
or it is not unlikely that this will be done,
nd in view of the fact that he has been
at. kept by the Democrats as chairman of
en the committee of mines and mining.
ve The Northwestern Senators are urging
as that this section of the country is enti
01- tIed to representation upon this impor
taut committee, ard will insist that
tc, some one of their number be given the
place. Mr. Dawes's retirement from
in, the Senate leaves the minority repre
ib- sentation as it would be under the re.
organization, but it' Mr. Stewart is re
moved, there will be a vacancy, and il
is this probable vacancy that tie meti
from the Northwest are demanding
should be givea to them.
The committee changes will proba
bly receive the sanction of* the Senat(
rry tomorrow by resolution, and the ok
%Is chairimen will then give up the room:
they have occupied, and Democrat:
by, will be in possession of that importani
L'e- braundh of the gnveriment. Nomina
tions will then be received and prompt
.6 ly acted upon.
Lulveile's Iuan'-y Caso.
"- COLMMIA, S. C., March 11.-The ac
"' tion of Goveinor Tillman in respiting
Napoleon Lavelle, the Charleston wift
i murderer, met with considerable un
favorable criticism yesterday from
te- those who did not know the real facts
of the case. As a matter of fact the pe
[it- tition was sent, in asking Governor
Tillman to commute the sentence of the
ite man on the grouna that he was Insane,
mg1 Governor Tillman sent for Dr. Babcock,
the superintendent of the asylum, and
e asked him to look over the papers and
report whether there was a reasonable
doubt as to the man's sinity. Dr,
Babcock, after reading the papers care.
fully over, could not bit say from thei
that there was such a doubt, and conse
. qtieitly the Governor granted the re
spite. Dr. Babcock will cirefully study
vi, the' pipers and then lie will examint
bli- the man. If he finds that lie is really
insane he will say so to the Governor
'es, and the famous case will be ended by
bh- Lavelle spending the remainder of hi:
(lays in the asylum. It is not improba
at ble, Dr. Biabcock sas's, that the long im
-prisonmnent of the man may have made
a.him in sane, although he may not havy
e,been insane when he committed the
.' A Reign of Terror.
CO NST1ANTINOI[, March 14.
rid Moslem mobs have possession of C:esa
an rea. They have established aL reign a
"tl" terror over tihe Armenians, have rob
ke b)ed hundreds and killed many. D)urint
al. service in three Ar-ienian churches Lh<
mobs burst in the doors, stripped th<
eCs. women of their jeu elry, and beat anm
cut the meni. After the Armenmans
itfled1 ihe Moslems sacked tile churches
il. T'hey alterwards wenit through thi
is, streets attacking all Armenmans tihe
met, bu1rstme into private hoiuses ani
all, sacking shops. All places of' busines:
are closed and( trade is utterly stanianlt
an,~ Violence and ihelt continue day an<
lmt. ii1,. Christian caravans are beint
t- robbhedl andi tile merchants murd"red
all, The prisons are crow.led with Armenitr
prisoniers. Most of tihe conspicuouu
l,Armneniatns of Caesarea have been impri
Vi- soned(. A te v escaped biy p)ryfng htigi
itt,Co,,i,,sg Sout h.
*ii Ro)s'r( N, March 14.--Ata hearing he
m. fore the labor committee of the Legisla
ture L.o-dlay representatives ofthle cottor
itt, mnills at Chicopee, l"ihl liver, lInwel
PIl andl Taunoton renmonstrated na'at thu
Mlr- redluction of hours of labor in manufactur'
Ib'. img comlpamnee to 54 per week, claimline
that they catnnot stand t,he comnpetito
[:t of mills- in other Slates andl England
onl. The treasurer- of the Massachuset<
T.Mills, at Lowell, amnd the WVhittetor
Ne' Ml, at Taunlit, said he wa's absolute
ly dIriven irom ihe State and that lhei
rry, "(omg S'uth to bild a mill in order ti
5. hold his export trade- Hlis goodis, he
air- saidl. can be made much cheaper in thi
of South1 on tbe idlentical machine. The
Souith is gaining rapidly on the North
' though.jl he did( not believe that th
lRe. South would destroy the Northern busi
lH M E Mem11ms, TJ ENN., March 13.--U[fit
fo- la(wo, a colore I planter, was asa
sinated ny Lee Waltoni, 8 notorious ne
d- gro) ansperasdo, on, Saturday night a1
(ot. Nitta Yumia, Mis-s. After robbing hi.
victim Wailton fled, bit was run dowr
[or- by bloodhounds and captured yester
[ur- (lay imorinlg. Iewas taken to Nitti
air- u, where he wi's being guarded b'
atesheriff until the arrival of the trair
'ia for Rolling F"ork, the county seat. Jusl
Po- before t,he tr:uin arrived a mob of fivi
im. hundred negroes overpowered the sher
In:' 1ff 1,nd took the murderer to the scent
of his crime, where lie wvas hangedl to
Ica- limb andl his body mIld with bullnts
TilE END OF ThE WORLD.
LItEUr. TOTTEN SETS IT FOR THE
ll i ll ltev.)iaI101% and Evetu, fr-i'otl
W11liclh ho Conapules.h1)mte .r tho
L'.t I)dy of TI i)gn;.MuIIadane,f
NEw% Yonc, March 14.-1L speaking
of ins work, Prof. Tottien stated today in
an interview that ie hatt "lnot the
shadow of a doubt ai to the eucral ac
curacy of his chronological work, nor as
ol its particular accumrav within tie nec
esarv pertonal equat.ion of all humau
ollort,.' le i-jint,its th it we are act
ual1v inl Ihe "1midniglt iour,'' ipueild
in the parable of the Ten Virtzins.
"This clock,'' sid the prolessor, "'is
still strikilg; tle tethi str.ke will Cnd
its sounding at the c-mim-, March equi.
nox, the Cleventhlit in .1une, atid the
twelfth, or Iinial Ltrike, at the Spi ember
equinox of' the currenti year. Alter tsit
nono of the 'Virgiii,' need )e in ativ
further doubt ai t the 'l,m' 0or ac to
what or who is at, hal. I do not, ex
pcet to awaken the vorid. hut I do cx
pect to aroif" ill w race, nd part' cu
larly them that be of ils hollishold of
fatiith. The notion in m he relii..s wIrld
is aready (oO LI)at tAt hA mitken;
it is tie long predit l awaing. Thle
wise and the loohh alke ate stirring in
all directions, and somte aren tlreadv
triminhg their hami..
"But l-)W vil 11 1.. W o.su-C tIt
"When ill of my c ku ns unite in
an increasict C f cm'- ')I e tA;uimv and
cry aloud ino' the Cars o :ill wht vill
pay any heed thereto. I 1ni t.-n rt the
zencrat prop)4itio:1 ill ltl time, and
there is hardly a wek th it I do not adl
collateral an carrohdraung proof to the
"But if all this it So clear to you, we
ask how it is that lvth matter is So hard
for other: to understuiy0
"'Iow do yI knoV it is so hard a
matter to uitder3atitd. uilesc, you ex
amine it''' said Prot. Totten. "I reject
the propositl)n at, once, tUeIi public uress
Imakes no c1llort to present my sle of
theL case or even to r,view my work, it
suppresses all I real evidene 1 (l'ar
and condemnis ; to ridicule Without
-anY chaice cireply or without. fazirl y
staitinli the pr Liio o it okvti reall
CrS. I have an mney to avertlie even
t card inl tle iewspapers, heno but few
know where t'> get my boolks, al1though
the most e(,teri!nel(l mttqttire's stck in
formation direct!y fromi me. That. hov
ever, is neither here nor ther-.; every
strot(e of the clock has beien faillifthlly
given to the press a,nd by it toall.11
"But, professor, even the public pul.
l)it does not uphold you; why should the
press do so?
"Not am f, my friend, respon.3ible for
that. It is written 'they arp no', "all
Israel'' who are of Israel.' The duty of
the pulpit is clear, and that whether I
am right or wrong. I L should refute my
1igutres with aClts or else preac'.: and
(Yurantee them with etl-ial anxietv.
The fact i.s lundred of cilergymen are
preaching from my very books, and
thinking men have _'ot to come lmly way
int so far as I aa rizlt, and itivestiga
tion alone, and that. only of men willing
to think, will settle how far iy crY Is
serious and wortiy to be heeded. My
works have now ltul hundreds of thous
ands of' readers, and that amon till
classes. They are being trtan laited into
Germian tand Swedlishi, andi tire beinig
printed in Danish, this - without my in
stance in the matter. 1, is a sad comn
- mentary upon tny own race that iti pubh
lic press and pulpi pt e-mdemn them uin
read. In thte meaniwhile, all the classes
who hatve actuially' reafl themit bitt one re
3 ly is echoed back. There is not a dis
sentyng voie, that 'the mat,ter is wvorthiy
of the immlediate attention of all nmen.* "
.. ]ut it hats reccenth~ heen suggested
,tihat, it' your labors emd wairnintgs are
f really authlori.'.d there shoeubtl be some
sImple way of reaching t,hose of otrdmarv
intellect, andti of demtonstra~ting to them
t,he proximity of the secondl advent in a
cletar and( positive way.''
"'That, is certainl.v a l'air and a logical
tand a rea sonalie demami,"' said the lIeu
tentant, "asnd it ? could' not ainswer it. I
wituld lorever hold( myt~ pcei'(.
"Let, nic then demonst rite tis mat
ier in a tim i liar way. The C hris ,au er
is uised by till civili'zed nati ots, and by
commonVtl (tcset its ortinut is 'taken' as
that o i thle Staviour's birth. I am not,
con :crnted wIit the corrtcf ness of L,i s
current tintem a i it is tt,t0 in<'I'dlibly
sitamped upnot"'cords tot hte chaige..'
We (atre int the 18I Simr~ a't l Ltis era.
an be n everd ~ ')ye- t an al -bl' 'dcu
minent w.'e callit, thce 'c8 is;ear oft3 4mr
11 rd,1 (li.' l .. "Ail I . l D.-Ann 'o 814 D .nini.
Ilo'. in trip'ecyVn.tit is44 tn Is -d
i4te 1 pr th.1t , I u. 'lt', ve ii se le
upnttaii my .:: : Italcubiti ihav
beenI1 wrk d--.i2 Ier m. a). :ay. The a
atie of.e th inle e o.) . t Ie 4just mch
atlltid itsigh st04r (f a'lote ittl.ly
- mxrknd it.s Thero be; nt. tI*;Interup
tin 1800 '.T! t:)., of I2 e' 1iI., flul(t
pa' 'her is no ito ' we ar'ow,'
inefll nor eats t:iy .inet !'. li.tiby~
faeioufT t w hhl olmso we.t s,tand.i
spide e iit i t Its tn 10 t t I vti: 'irI
yat r 189 , A. I)., thttit OXi ti :n as
wokhesuran a'f!he nvcrsily tn a 1'pon
i, te ene pr. :liet d i.mployed't'
fro the iltry stamtd. lponL tite ttle
whiche referreia .)..5 iino iie lAts tuwe-I
tenor of my role as that of an alarm
Nor can it be denied in the face of
testimony of their own dates that it i
in just that year 1890, A. D., that
'Our race studies' were given to
world. (Study No 1. 'Lost Israel fou
being dated March 20, 1890, A. I
Now, all of these studies are related
the specilc 'midnight cry' the sec
study in particular was so denomina
and by the further rymth of coinciden
was actually dated Septembar 22,18
i. c., treating the year as a day, the
was raised at the very midnight of
very year itself.
"So much for your required fami
illustration, and I can only say tha
we wieh it absolutely and on the Jul
years, and to go deeper than th ce
mon man cares to follow, you get
facts hy which I a - able to annou
even the strokes of the clock.
"In the race of many Uacts like thes
know that I am right. We are at
l:dilight hour of the Chr'stian dispen
tion, and I am sure that I stand i
cry aloud in the (ay of the seventh i
final 'thunder,' and I am further sa
lied that the seventh augnl of the S
iour's levelanon to St. John (xi: 15
soon to sound the seventh and (I
trumniet, whiclih lifts the veil from
mvtery of God, but which is not to
contlsed with the -final trump' as cc
monly understood. In spite of misr
reetllI atins to the contrary. I do not
ticipate the end of the world, but
brining of a new and better dispen
toa. J anticipate a crisis 'tomorro
and the millonnium 'the day after.'
exlwect tle first resurrection very so(
but not the second until a thouls
years of Golden Age have sped away
"Ii the pirable of the ten virgins t
very sane interval of delay 13 now w
under itood as the 'tarrying tim,'dur
which they all slumbered an(d sie
This I have already shown to have bi
the seventy years of q-neration sii
1829, A. D., an( in that it appears
corresi)-d both in place and purp-rt
the interval accorded to the 'seven thi
ders' of :ivelations. x, I am led to
terpret the latter as a heptad of so
short, but strictly chronological degr
that. is, as a septenary period. Whet,l
it implies (51 3-7 years) a seventh <
'.ime' (390 years); or but seven wec
of Years (forty-nine years) or some ot
sifi-ir. hul, relatively short hepta
foreim to the ptli pose of our pres(
disisusiOn. It is imnplied that its durat
will be ahort enouh upon whate
scale it is to be measure 1. My own ol
iou is that it corresponds to the I
hour of silence heaven (Revelations.
1) With which tile vision of the seN
seals terminates, and to the time of
noise on earth, i. c., of the seven th
ders. The length of the half-hour n
(?) be (?) Found as follows: This se
2,520 vears--the time of the Gentile
the twenty-four hours; therefore,
hour-105 years and one hour-flity
an( one half years.
"These several peLiods may or n
not, and probably do not, exactly c<
cide, save perhaps as to their more
portaut ternilnal dates. As an exam
of similarly overlapping periods let it
noted that from July 4 to Decemb3r
corresponds to about half a comn
year, of a year of independence, and <
r'esidential year. Tile fact of it is,
believe, that all of' the inal eras are t
mliatinig in and around our current d
eade. As an instance of another take
120 years of vrobation. 'As in the da
of Noah' they began with the dark d
of New England, May 19, 1780. Noy
you examine the irophecy as writt
and tile history Of that particular y
b)etween the lines you will see tha
was to follow immediately aft.er certu
p)rophesiedl events. Thlese act,ually tc
ulace in 1779 A. 1). llence 1779-1:
1899 A. 1)., a Prominent year in all:
calcuhatioins. Finally we are told that
'one hour' judgment, falls upon the 'n
tical liabylon, andl I believe that
p)articula r judgmnent terminates n
1898. Tile terror of 1793 was its tyj
Seventeen hlundlred( and ninet,y four
1898, both inclusive, give u1s thle prol
105 years or iiour, antd enable us to hi
1899 wherein to revt.w thle matter
in llevelaticons, xviii., 10.
"Any one desirous of knowing
truth, and who w ill readi tile seventee
a 1( eighlteenth chlapters of ll'avelati
'arnestly, and w ith hlis 'thimking Jap
hlistory' oil is head, will c)ime in
enoughl to t.he same conclusion t,o c
vince him that, we are not far from
120t,h year since human progzress
countered It,s vJery worse 'set back' a
thauk , to a cerr.ain phase of Chris ian
falsely so called, 'went, inlto the dlark 1
dlismlal Middle Ages. Gentile Babilo
allt)tedl 5 i)m was 2 320 years, and e
simee 637 A. 1). they have b)een ui
11he dlown grade. If we Lake tile era in
usuial division, as a week of 360 year.
a dayV, thlen t he 31;0 years, or 'one d
of Il,evehitionsi, x viii: 8, (date from
evetnt, in alarini la hir's life. Buit ti
sil thlis as yioui will. Lihere is but,<
conse',cing Voice in the exegesis
prophee1Cv. t'n wit: Toi:it we ire ab1)
hitel y at t,e idmhor n ,a
WASIiINU'T,N, March 12. -Close uj
the ine asI li-t, app'ered ini the Chrt
('le vesterd. ay of t.he( recent, dea~l betwi
P resiten' Cle'veland and( Tamm i
tomtets thie fu rthier inf orinatiotn, entlir
i rustiwori icy, that an irireparable b)rei
lio)w exis bd~~' wvetn P resident Cle
land anrud air. Whiit.ney, b)rought abc
bty re'a'in of such recogii on of'Tc
many by wvhich Mr. W hItney falls
coumirol New York patr'onage as he t
hloped andI( is friends I pe'ctedl him
rio. It. is gceially undl(erstood ti
wilte M1r. (Clevelaind offered Mr. WV1
ie'y a place fin his cabinet h1e dec~lir
to aillow him to be Secretary of Stn
Ile only posit ion which he desIred
w~ould( accept. Th is of course caum
in est rangemeint andl Mr. WVhitney 1
'n a cruise .soon after which the d
with Ti'ammai~ny was consummated
A rigusta Chiron.cle.
I)rowneud fiGrMelf aind Onild ren.
imdetrs ha.s a wife and five childr
three by a tdeeasedi and I wvo by hIs pr
Lilt wife. Today Oil returning frc
w~ouk arnd miissinig his wife and her t
reialdren, he instituted <.earch and foul
L'hem in a well on the premIses. '1
children were (lead, and their moth
who had thlrown them Into th'e well, s
11,en juimped in herself, will die.
eause is known.
i A COURT ROOM TRAGEDY,
the TOM JONES AVENGES HIS FATHER'S
to lie Fires FITe Shots at the Accused Mur
id derer, One of Which Takes Fatal Eltrect,
led A Bystander Also Shot-Jones is Arreit
e0; ad and Jailed.
cry NASHNILLE, March 13.-A
terrible shooting occurred in the upper
iar halt of the court house this afternoon.
L if Thomas donesshot. and probably fatal
ian ly wounded Joe Winters. Five shots
m- were tired, tw- of which took effect.
bhe One entered just under tile left shoul
ice der in front, and, ranging inward arid
backwards, passed out to the rivht of
8 1 the spinal column. The second bulhM,
.he passed through the tie-shy part ->f the
sa- right arm. The other three sho i en -
mn tered a bench near where Winters feil.
tud Some months ago, onie Jone<, a to I
ti gate keeper, was shot from emibush arl!
s- killed. Andrew and Jo- Winters wer
charged with the dee, arreste i :awl
) is Indicted,and the trial for the imirder
[Il of Jones was set for today. Ther
the has been a long standing fetid between
be the Jones and the Winters, and several
m- lights, between them occurred before
5p. the killing of old man Jones.
in- The court room was packed with the
he witnesses for the prosecution andi t he
. defense. doe Winters was clarve(
with the murder and Andrew Wi #Iers
wit,h being ani accessary to the deed.
Joe Winte.is was released from jail a
few days ago on .310,000 botd, but, An
nd drew Winters was conlined In jail.
When the cases were called in the
criminal court today before .I udg An
ell derson, the defendants successfilly
nor pressed a motion for a severance, aid
p1. then the cases were continied until
en the next, session of the c,.urt. Alter
ce (Ldisposing of tile cases, Andrew Wnt ers
to was taken back to jail and Joe Winters
to and his wife remained in the court
m- room to perlectthe bond.
- By this time the court room had
been practically cleared, those remain
no ing in the rooi and halls numbering
3e; not more than twenty people. The
ter lower iall, however, was tilled wit i
f a people who had stopped there to dis
ki cuss the developments in the case. Fi
ier nally, when Winters walked out of the
I Is door and was trying to go down the
mut stairwa), Thomas Jones, who was
ion standing near the head of the step.s
ver opened tire on him, using a double
,il. action, hammerless pistol. The shots
kalf were fired in rapid succession, and the
v reports created the wildest excitement.
re The shots were immediately followed
by the screams of Mrs. Winters, who
the stood over the prostrated forn of her
un- husband, crying, "Tom . ones shot hitm.
iay O1icer Price was about. the first to
me reach Jones. 1'rice was stanfiig in
8-- the court room, behind the cl erk's desk,
:e and jumped over the railing and out of
,wo the door just in time to see Jones fire
the last shot. Winters and others who
jay witnessed the shooLing said that Win
'in- ters fell at the second shot. It is
m- thought the shot throagh the arm was
pie inflicted after Winters had fallen. Wit
be nesses say that Jones did not say a
31 word to Winters as they passed each
other in the hall.
n Jones was standing at the head of t he
It stairway. with his pistol in his hand.
1 Oficer Price had hold of his arm. Sev
r- eral inen, in an excited manner, ran up
e- to Jones, and cried: "Don't, let hm es
ie cape." To these cries, Jones. in a self
vs possessed maniner, said: "I am not go
ay ing to escape. I know what I have
if done, and have no wish to Ilee."
en Jones was at once taken to jail by Of
a licer 1-rice and Deputy Sheri ff Mcan('p
t it bell.
inJones Bondurant, who was standling
oknear Winters, was struck in the groin
ok by one of the stray bullets and quit e
'0 severely wounded though his conit ion
av Is not thought to be very dangerous.
ni Winters was taken to the city hos
Vs- pital. _________
er Cleveland's P'art.lng Fromc IfIIN Wife.
iti NEW YOnK, March 1 1.--Inl its ae
tot count of Mr. Cleveland1's departure
ecr i'rom the Arlington hotel inahu'gurtionm
ive (day the New York World says: Mr.
as larrison's coach, with it,s four white
horses, (drove up to the mini entrance
the at 10 .50. Word was att oinec sentI.n toi 1
athi Mr. Cievelnd.
ma "I suppoe 4we hadte better leave at
o-f once,'' ihe sid, "'and nIot keep Mr. Iilar.
'ar risoni wiimg."' Ile Pull (on hlis over
on coa~ whiceh he had worn ait Lake wood
hie and his silK hat1. iIe was very 'tebi r.
en- ate ini hije moevremnts, attal ii I.e wa<
ad, nerv~us lhe dalI not) shIo.v it.
Snd liberation, shaLving hirmielt, as o' a!
n' ways does. Senatuor H.anisomie -a rtedl
ver out first,, Mr. Clevelanid followintL lie
>on hind hIm were Vice Presilden '-eli ct
its StevensonI and( Sentor-M M IPoIerson, et
to New ,Jersey, rind Telehr. ot Cohlrdo.
ay? Then ernsuedt a louin 12it,l s,.ene.
an The presiden t-elect hadi~ waIvedh a '0e
ko eral au revoir to t he party of olliol c
no arid persolnal friends 1!atheiired about(111
ot him and was nbout, t) p is thron.2lb the
o. doo01 way whlen Mrs. Clievelanid calliet
its himni back, anrd with uItter <hiareL:ar ( lir
tile aissemb hledl compatnly birew heIr arml
abourt her husband and Itiss-- tin
on on his waty to lake ''ie ot,h of tlis.
ni PToso who satw ii thi evet -i a en u-l
endeavored I.o loak uine malcioui ot what
was gign,btth.e tct ot Mrs. (leve
Ich 18and was done so simply andl with 5111h
vt womanly gr-ace that it. senlln-di to b)e i!he
>lt mnrost, naturatl oiccurene in I hie wo rld and
nml enldeared( tile wVite oh the pres ien: - iect
to to all 1110ose in Lhe apairtmcent ,
ad The elevator-, which wats .ju III1arund
to tihe corridlor, was in waitin)g. It, was
.at 10:57 as the patrtv stepped into it. No
it- 0110 was in tile c:orridotr bult the hell boy,
ed( who iiadi been in attendancirle on Mr.
to, Cleveland durintg the 1111st two days.
orMr. Cleveland nodded t) hliml kinldly and
edsaid: "Goodi bye, Lewis.''
.--- 3A II A, Ne>, Matrch 10.-Mrs. J1. 1).
Kisler started a kitchen fire yesterday
morning by the aid of kerosene, whiteh
exploded, severely, perhaps fatally,
to burning herself, her husband anid three
an, childron, destroying the honse and all
Bs- Its conItents.
OA Briet Termz of Oice.
nd WA~sIIINuTON, Marchi 10.-It. is stated
'he that .Josiah Quinit'y, who has been nomi
er, inated First AssIstant Secretary of
ad State, will occuApy that position but a
No short time, probably two or three
TilE BIGAMOUS HAGOOD.
ANOTHER CLAIMANT TURNS UP IN
,re Vila Coin Says she. Married the Major in
or Jacksonville-She is in Savannah with a
of Certified Copy of her Marriage Licere
abd on Tr:ack of her Ex-Rusband.
)a AT. I NTA. GA.. March 13.-Another
n claim upoo the affectious and pocket
book of the gay and multi-married Ma
i- Jor Ilagood, who created so many sensa
ll ions in Atlanta in a brief space of time,
3' has ippeared in Savannah and is very
(dts rous Afle truiiug ihe whereabouts of
:ir erst.-whil.i lord and huil) id.
the st Colld Iichmotd upon the field,
ia% -; tie Swaialh No vs of yesterday,
-r ,. i slri. credentiAls in the shaps of
hr r eeriii.ate from the o:dtnary
11"'DLIVu-. C Ily. Fa "T Ie1r masiden
1111 .o0 WAS Viol! Rei, and at the time
y lho- Mai >: crmo her ptAt she was cash
: ' r in; 11a c -tl:kurati at Jacksonville.
k. No,L a riti -rlk- the ealIM of her
i' aOlit, ill in the Jacksonvill.. redtaurant,
s si sa:,, s, uniul one( day Major J. H.
I iuool, as he gave his, name, ,ook a
mlleal there, )ecaiic a regular customer,
1mde her aqu 'IinIIce. and on D,-cem
l her 3 1891. i irried hir at the oill,e of
Ttustice Pox, ot,Jacksot)ville.
"We lived to ether happily for a few
.:IN s," sh. says, "when the major
it Irmgilt h!, t-vo (hildren to the Eu
it, rop-n I %vlld hcr, we were stopping
1 in Jack-onv:!1. ai dsiked tat I take
cire L i,:n ;In. I agreed, and a
r f',v days i-.--. v v :eks after we
idcben tiib (. h kipid out and
ilt ine. lqlloved, himl to Savannah,
ioaviii- t- children, toand him here,
ui,d we registered at, the Marshall House
"Ii a day or t,wo be Skipped out again
and wenti, ai L suppoic, to this other
SAvaunah womian who claimed to be his
W ite. I heard nlot,1n4 1Y 0or of him un
ti recenwly, when I learned of his es
t,o eavade i. Charleston, where [ went
r - inmmetafely only to tind him gone.
or "% then care to S vannah and put
k. mlly ca n the hands o .Justice Elsinger.
be i e okel mle it I could )odluce my mar
riate licenie, and 1. wrote L0 Flo-Ida for
IC a I ceriified copy, which you see there."
The cer'itied ccpy of the marriage
bicense produi,:ed by Mirs fla-,ood,
number goodeiss knows how many,
r- os Fr I-it Justice W 11. I a' er, of
.J1aK51soiville, and is addresse 1 io Mrs
ut, Viol Ila,od, care Justice Elsmnger.
>le I shows the mart'-ge of J. 11. Ilagood
mt, ai.d Viola R in December 3, 1891.
S." The neltwVly-flounid Mrs Ila-,ood des
a cribes the MaIor accrdiug to the news.
piper accounts ot 1n which have been
8 goiiiL the rounds, an( says he was a
-se hiandsowe man, of about 60 years old,
and apparently with plenty of money.
"le claimed to have come from
Plennsylvania, and had baggage checked
flrom points in that State. lie used to
.0 get mon - y from sorac woman in Chica
1- Iro, and I believe that the money was
e his and lie put it inl her han1,4 to kcep
s. his numerous wives f*oIU getting hoIrt
e of it th.1gh the Courts. Ile was a
g ood. lookiig man and ddn't show his
ly "1 1111 confident that he is the same
Iian, als the newspaper descriptions
i UIlly exactly with the man I miarred,
i a-,I he tol( me t,hatI his wife was ('ead
a id that lie wanted someone to comfort
ahimn and help care for his children, iIe
also stated that a woman i Chicag,)
p. had hise monley ini trust for him and that
y the frequent letters lhe received were
s I rom her.
e "I have put my case in the hands ef
d .ludce Elsinger, and shall prosecute
t i1la.g'ood for desertion andl bigamy as
soon aIs I *:an catch him, God knows
- how man111y womeni he has deLpled, and I
Swill umake him pay dlear for it, if I catch
h im. I can get the money to prosecu e
~the 4a94, andl all I wanut to) do is to fInd
In the imeanitime the new Mrs Hlagood
has ha! cii up lher reidience in &laanah
am11 will await dle 'elopments,
I: t' lier shie wvil catch the gay
I ulrii r~ n t rii m miins to b)e seen, as
r i haI rIov:I to) smo'oth b'r the other
vH.0r who'I have becen search ing f'or him
t0 h~o. S m ta is, howiever, that
-li-ee a 4i4 tie14 i1cessary Mioney, and~
ita ihZ I ncit ii'hii.e't. j.)b will be to
944)1. li u. -' e tatt in the suit, she pro
J1 i-nI'' li;nger' says he will look into
be- nLu r ..mil tke whautever stepms are
- o0 44-ar -in I'eureI the Manj or, if .uch a
he l4MbIhie iIe thinks Mrs
eoo has41l a strong case and1( advises
Ti'l'o .\ila jor' life appea1~:rs to be ft gay
chia ii >r to a .daiinl, and1 it seemsi that, he
A D)emocratic Coup.
MiNNi-Ai-oibr MonI., March 11 ....
'h- ret w l a i siI,king up im the city
eoIl I- gt,h. li' c 'uneiit a been
l imil l.us hi t wo maj irhy, but tibe
a'.1 1. o)1 Ihe o1rdh4ietr ri'Cing t,o wat.er
i 'rla,~ by Mia. or Eusttis, caused ',wo
t. I llbmorats a maio1 ;~i,y, and they forth.
w ith ou-ted4 Prmesidtent I. roAr, 'tepubli
Scti, an11. elected Ahlermmt Kuece e,
I haniiic a', ,o srceced him. ilti d.y had
I i' e- .v presidI II, ake.4 lhi 4et,I when
I :Li i I V6 ii. 01 it (uog co'n uiit.t,ecs was
annolIun,cIed. A.ll city o'l'cers save t,as
SCe e.e el-:ted b)y council, andl the
ne aln ju t Itaken meaIns t,ba, every ci,y
Sollicial drmai-ig ai eahary will be remuoved
It onc)(0 andit a1 Det at inst,alled in his
ill IhiNos AvnEm->, Msrch 10 .-The
mi lrmiti b .rk Alice McGralig has been
u- wrecK*d at ilosairio. on the tst bank
tofithe l'ana, atW) it 230 omiles by water
fromi ip enos Avrea. She fourdered
in a gale whiich suddenly came'up, and
C.apt IRoss, the mnaste - of the vessel,
st his wif e and eight of his crew were
St-Mon tiument to Ripley,
in Cm'.tA r,x EsroN, March 13.-ft was an
nour ct d today that the mon iDment to
oe. L Ripley will be unvel'ed at Mag
in 1 olla Cemetery on the 3rd of April.
ed There will be a panrade of the troops
ir- e 1(d a salute by toe German Artillery.
CHOOSE YOUR GOVERNOR.
The Political Outlook for EIghti
Co1.miA., S. C., March 16.-It
really wonderful to hear the amount
talk already being inciulged In by t
politicians of the State about who a
going to be the astirants for Govern
(Iiteen iouthi' hence. This is G(
Ti'lluan's last term as Governor
South Carolina, tilvss the custom
broken, atud such will hardly be tl
e.i,e inasi ch as ihe rice is already 4
forthe l('iii1td S:ale eSenAte. A wo
lerfi t ri4forma ion sceve has ht
going ', jtoo, iii u:tv last few ,veeli
which %%ill leave its mark ou the f
tt r- of South i (il'oun polit ics, and w:
mer likely r-sult Ili dloin,/ o:w irt,ly %w:
.vith any olit, caii e for the lit
who hutvk- h. rc ilto !, u.0. in I I
form %IlPvmniiit, to conicolia'e uploin.
ite fac; is, tia it is pre- y cortaL
that t were will b.. no such0 1hinrg as
UN-horm \lovinictit beiore an1 'il,
I wvlvo mo s ri I lls iilaroim:. 'Piero a
1iii wio werit Illt) I lt' "M'veale
origiml .,l' wtil b i i Ohj .*.1. i .' i %#.!
will'iig 'q fflO *w a lva(dor, biit till
har.ve ain61Il alld nto w th111y all wa:
tI i Iq ih. bei.ei S of thvir wor
l'her- is ltke'y ! o ii. , grvat. 1 iuth r <
<aildloa'ei bevtolt, th-- po,)phe inl tM
n'xt,r m:;npigI1. 1-: .1 ww-'e of Th et
will dr u x t ''ot !'in 1otir m th for'n11
er r i *rll )r m :.\ lv..1 10it''id iC,l
h ta g n-:l- il- What cemirse t,
to sw ll p'lrs-tv Is as yot i
iw t trd I' b v aro r. Ing ve Ca
sheir ) ,rs, iw;tim,'mril11 developietm'
I'mtt Iilrv ;iri O' r w .ti.ep which w
li'Nl'- u t i il l SOVV;ill TIV
in ilv fi.A , ;.si.lo tr1- th I e' th;
Itl ' vy ill be :ictie:1 b a itic
t , is go'( rI :liv t:1: k s i l -w ( v, r!o
41iiinu1 al, ilib''ler i t la 111liil ta
striiilitr s litiol to ti he lirht. i4
ilhe Uit e State.i se n rs , will ri
.aain For I overnar ;tlid bweMle.-Io
h whn wilmil he wanis for t;o)Vrn<
p tlc tm th iv ticket for tlatetlielat
GVfIe . Tho ihVt is for him t.o r
signk the G,ve t orFslp at (er the1k v1
Wiln hia'i strvell it". purlpost. anld le', 11.
Liel regatt, (iovernor step inll.
lwnlagai lie, in som heyi 'hat V
Irby tatlionl, if a arle shild fait
gA, th - appoinitim'ent 4as d"strict i t.tt
ney, will take hin pl) ind ruim iii
(ovqernlOr. Of' courise this 1, mnly ta!
".1'11 le ('11rg " 1Til t:il ma \t
classkdamonng tle pro'nabbf- c.di(lat
for Governor. 11t is vvry ,mre abm
the way lhe was traed i t'he I itc (h
t,Aon, an1d is thorouighly avoulsedt. I
will certainly bto bivant fr-11m, antl al
c Indidat. ht r lomrr thme peoplth ar
.ally thike w illie a str g atv
_;ry for any io .
C it ressil' al) Talr111 .s cntirely
wit I t ieforl rilts,a ai i s a p'.isil
e.inlid te. li- has alltvmdy saldi ti
he "WouldI Inako o n41 r Ilahptit
whon asked if' he wai gwoing t,1 1h
candidate f or (; overno r.
oUne of, the Iost likely, candidates
Congressman Shell. Ilis recent cou
in Washington, an. his tterances sil
hitisretuir home, llav'sho wn that
has kicked out of Ileform traces. Aiu
think th It e meant; to be a candidal
and regard hin a strong man.
The Alliatice is likely to pre sent tm
mill and take a hlin i ithle 1light. IDo
aldson aild Sn.1Vao W. i). E vaNs a
mentioned as t w Alliance can I i laitt
They are anbit mtboi mun and a:
known to Iive a longing for gubern
Theni ian ti 4heue is John (tilt
EIVals. Ilo lihas had h)is eye onl tl
Ioveror's chatr for sone months, au
is a favorite with tit adiimiistratio
l'i'igenv ary, t e prest- Liet.entat
i.nverittr , Ai r l'retarv if -l,' i t- i,
tdatl ae :~ alsoin, uioi.-et~ i cont neti
w i he I i 411il) i tvernir'stheice.
Ouitsi<h-o all4 is, however, tare thy um'
knownl)i gl Ini.te minte Ti rod pa
0'ai b the hiito rnovei(ent. Ct
niiY etrntl it)llainite 0intoa thir
iaty nd, c)~si:nin ste a
Trmr inime atpac in u the hpict.
Ostlslie withei wayic inuwich 1111' ri4
adepriniation wauest tonAd theya
wlc aeaihtsi toa hppointe l.
roaser aot, ilra,ontunon nt ; Ve
Wokr' l'voinr t. IIt. ecn i
In>nerLui. ;arcith so inne bdiin
today 'haultwenvy nu erle i ran
lit. Pa oretee.in wes resled.0in