^ INTENSE strain
POLE ON THE ELECTRIC
|n0 Th rown to the Cround-He
Through Fifteen Feet. But
f Not Seriously Injured.
W» s i
‘‘A FORGIVING GOD”
DR. W. C. LOWRY MEETS DEATH
WITH THAT SPEECH.
IN WHICH MR. R. L. REAVES WAS
A TRAGIC, SAD DEATH.
A WAR OF WORDS
T lirokt'i) ;>'
is what happened yesterday af-
in * . at the inler-
h bo lit six o’clock at the
< trl ' 00 ' t ‘ ( prince avenue and Pulaski
, was standing at the corner of
from which several guy
P L rsnoutu. the trolly wire of the
* le oiric street railway.
. nt ,gro man named Willis Span was
rk f„, Mr. Abel, who has the con
duction P»rtthe electric line in
tD j W as tightening the guy wires.
• ijeiily the pole snapped At the bot-
5 “ , l just next to the ground, and the
! pulled loose from the main trolly
he pole fell to the ground, carrying
oug with it.
foil on his head and bis
the negro a"
toot went mulct the pole.
The negro’s head was cut pretty badly
d,1 tie stillered from loss of blood.
* J, r w. S Wlialey was called to at-
(f|)J tl iin and examined his injuries.
Cue of his toes was broken, and ha
pretty badly bruised.
The injuries were not serious, howev
in j i,e will lie out in a short while.
Manager Voss says that the reason
nby the pole snapped was that there
too much strain upon it and that
the construction company should have
put in two poles instead ot one where
The win s will he repaired thorougb-
Ivaml the poles will bo securely set
mil made safe.
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Worckstkk, M ASS. j Sept. 29.—[Spe-
«1 - The Democratic State Conven
tion opened at Mechanics hall with mu-
lit by the band which accompanied the
Loffdl delegation from the city of spin
The main door of the hall was entire
ly i>vup'etl hy delegates, and the gal-
leric- were also well tilled with specta-
Hls Remains Brought Home and In
terred In Oconee County—Gen
eral Sorrow and Sympathy
for the Bereaved.
Between Messrs. Eugene and Frank
Barry and Mr. Reaves Ends with
That Effect—The Wounds
Dr W. G. Lowry, well known and
respected by many throughout this
entire section of Georgia, has taken his
And the story of the affair is at once
tragic, horrible and Bad.
Dr. Lowry for some time past has
been a sufferer from terrible nerv
ous and mental shocks.
Athens came very near having a fatal
fight yesterday afternoon about four
And the man who c tme so near being
the victim was Mr. R L Reaves.
The affair happened at the livery sta
ble of Messrs. Eugene and Frank
Barry, on Thomas street.
As soon as the shots were heard a
These attacks came periodically | ™ Wd con * re Kated around the stables
and had gradually undermined the
physical and the mental strength of
the man. So awful at time 9 were they
that a movement was recently made by |
some friends of the unfortunate man to
put him in the lunatic asylnm until his
see what was the matter.
Reayes had been lei off by a relative
to where he could get medical atten
tion, while the two Barry brothers re-
When seen about the difficulty the
said to a Banner reporter that Reaves
normal condition was restored, but the ow , d tbem a 8mall £j, ^ that when
patient objected, and the step was not
Last week Dr. Lowry carried the re
mains of his sister-in law to Coving
While there another of these violent
at'acks seized him, and under such con
ditions and surroundings he took an
over-dose of morphine. He did it
in cool deliberation it seems, for he
summoned his relatives to bis bedside,
and told them that he was dying.
A SAD SCENE.
It was a sad scene indeed when last
Sunday morning as the members of the
household were preparing to go
to church Dr. Lowry called to him
his loving relatives and said in a tremb
ling voice but calm mind:
“I have taken a draught that will in
three hours put me to sleep forever.
“1 wanted to ape ik with you all be
fore 1 went, and 1 want you to sit down
and hear me. Please don’t interrupt me
until 1 finish what I have to say.
he went to get his horse out he
wouldn’t pay it. They then told him
that the horse cnnldn’t go until the bill
was paid, whereupon, Reaves com
menced to curse them most outrageous
ly. They couldn’t stand some of the
language be used and fired upon him.
They said they attempted to get out of
the fuss hut it was just rubbed on them.
Mr. Reaves, when seen said that this
story was all wrong. He said that
Barry Bros, owed him for a bucket of
paint, and that he went into the stable
for his horse. Frank Barry asked him
for thirty-five cents as due the firm and
Reaves asked if there was no deduction
on account of the hucketof paint which
was worth twenty-five cents. They
had some words, when Eugene Barry
came up and Reaves
handed him a bill for the twenty-five
cents which was paid. The two then
walked out and came back, and Eugene
Barry said to Reaves, “you called my
REVOLUTION IS PRECIPITATED IN
THE REPUBLIC OF GUATEMALA.
LONGSHOREMEN OUT ON
STRIKE IN SAVANNAH.
SPEAKERS ARE STONED
The Bloody Result of an independ
ence day Celebration In the City of
Guatemala—The Streets run
red with Blood—Hard Fight
ing for Three Days-
Savannah’s Troops Have 20.000
Cartridges on Hand—The Long
shoremen Demand 20 Cents for
an Hour’s Work—Trouble
. . . . . . brother a liar,” and with that he started
doctor- had given up the case, 8boot Eugene Barry fired one shot
and the family and friends sat down to aQ( j F ran k Barry two. Rsaves said he
It wa- nearly a quarter past eleven
alien lion. J. W. Corcoran, the chair
man of tin-Democratic State Commit
tee. called order and made a brief ad-
dre-s » Licit was frantically applaud-
Thr convention was permanently or-
Ciniz -il L>y the choice of Hon. P. A.
Collins, of Boston, with a long list of
Hod. William J. Dale was elected Bee
dr making his appearance Mr. Col
lins whs given a rousing welcome.
Mr. Collins acknowledged his flatter
ing reception in a few pleasant words,
in which he announced that he had
tan present at twenty-five democratic
•'Ate conventions and was today cele
brating his conventional silver anniver
Governor William Eustis Russell was
nominated for re-election amidst tre-
tnenuous applause. His election is
‘■ouiited on as a certainty.
hear the last words of the dying man
“I am going to leave you,” he con
tinued. ‘ I am going to meet my God
face fa face. 1 will be with Him soon.”
“There is much in my life to be re
gretted, but there is much, very much,
also, to be thankful for. I am not
afraid to die. 1 feel that God is a for
giving God, and I know that He has al
ready forgiven me.”
BROKE rows in TEARS.
Here the fanrlj burst into tears
But Dr. Lowry continued to talk in
the calmest and most deliberate man
ner. He told all about his luneral, dic
tating what arrangements should be
made for his burial. He said he wanted
to be buried in Athens, and said his
wife would know what minister to
have preach his funeral.
THE BURIAL YESTERDAY.
The remains of the unfortunate man
reached Athens, Sunday night, accom
panied by Mr. Boyd
Rev. E. D. Stone in a most impress
ive matiner conducted the funeral ser
A large number of friends and
relatives of the deceased were there to
pay their last tribute of respect to the
Dr. Lowry was well known and
much esteemed all over this section of
the Sta?e. General sorrow and sympa
thy prevail for the bereaved family.
was walking away when the shots were
fired and that they went through his
This is Reaves’ stat mont of the af
fair. - ’ »•
Mr. A. B. Jarrett, who works for
Reaves and who was an eye witness,
corroborates that story, saying that
Barry Bros, started the difficulty.
Other parties say that Reaves was
not blameless in the fight.
There is a difference of expression as
to who was to blame.
Reaves’ wounds are not of a serious
nature. Two of the bullets took effect
just grazing the left side, and produc
ing slight flesh wounds.
Barry Bros, wore taken in charge by
the officers, and after a warrant was
sworn out for them, charging them
with assault with intent to murder,
gave bond to appear at the Superior
Court in October.
And so the matter stands.
City op Mexico, Sept. 29.—A gentle
man who left the city of Guatemala on
the morning of the 16th ius't-., aud who
reached thi3 city on horseback from the
Mexican j>ort of Acapulco, brings The
Information that an outbreak occurred
in Guatemala city on the 16th inst., and
wav still in progress when he left. The
people were celebrating the anniversary
of the national holiday, and President
Barillas hae peasonally appointed the
orators of the day.
The people objected to this, and when
the orators took the rostrum they were
pnt to flight amid a shower of stones.
Every Barrlllas partisan was driven
from the piazza. The uproar was some
thing long to be remembered. Mem
bers of the mob shouted : " Let’s storm
the national palace-, kill Barrillas and
restore a Republican form of govern
ment. Guatemala should not be ruled
by a dictator. The plundering of the
national treasury must cease. ”
Barillas then ordered the artillery
into the plaza, and the infantry and two
caunons to guard his residence. When
the guns were turned on the mob there
was a general dispersing of them,
though they discharged revolvers at the
artillery men. They left the plaza, hut
fought inside the streets; in fact during
the night of the 15th they held full con
trol of the city.
A special to The Anglo-American
from Newton, on the line between Gua
temala and Mexico, received here and
delivered by special courier, brings the
information that Barillas is master of
the situation, he having put down the
revolt after three days of hard fighting.
The arrivals of troops ' from the ad
joining districts eventually restored
Barillas to jtower and the whole city is
now infested with soldiers. Martial
law has been declared.
A dispatch received here says fully
five hundred lives were sacrificed in the
three days’ fighting, and that President
Barillas is still shooting down the par
ticipants in the revolt as if they were
Savannah, Ga., September 2d —
[Special.]—Five thousand ball cartrid
ges are in Savannah for the military of
the city for use in case of an emergency
arising out of the threatened strike of
the colored longshoremen.
The cartridges left Atlanta last night
and arrived here today, and will be
distributed among the armories. They JOHN L. ARNOLD, JR
were ordered yesterday by telegraph
by Col. Peter Reilly, of the First Reg
iment, after a conference with Mayor PaiQtS Lead ftlld Oil
Way to Mtitle Orfod Americans.
Athens, O.. Sept. 28.— General Gros-
ver.or, in robust health, returned home
via the Hocking Valley railroad, from
his World’s Fair visit to Europe, and
was greeted by a large number of our
citizens, who called at his residence,
and to whom he made a brief address,
thanking them for the compliment of
their call aud saying that the best way
to make a good American of one and to
render him prouder of our institutions,
is to send him abroad; and such, he
said, was the result in hiB case in the
Glass In the Brain.
Cantos, O., Sept. 28.— At a free
dance in the eastern part of the city a
row occurred us Peter Uhl, wife and
8-year-old child were departing for their
home. A beer-glass, hurled with ter
rific force, struck the door-jamb. In
glancing, a number of the pieces struck
the child, fracturing his skull. In a
surgical operation twenty-five pieces
were removed from the brain. The
child can not recover. The father is
the man who two years ago, while iu-
toxicuted, went to sleep on the sofa m
his house with a lighted pipe in his
mouth. In the conflagration following
three children were asphyxiated, the
house was destroyed and the parents
and the child just injured barely es
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The Fleecy Staple Arrives In Large
I’- was a lively scene on Clayton street
A Ua.nnkk reporter standing in front
°f Ttdmadge Bros, store looked up and
down the street and counted over thir
ty-five bales of the fleecy staple on wag-
°“sthat bad just come in from the
And it was of a splendid grade and
several countries which he visited while
away. The general’s purpose is to take
an active part in the political campaign,
and he will make his initial speech at
Where b Patrick Rooney?
New York, Sept. 28.—Chief of Po
lice Campbell, of Brooklyn, received a
letter from V. G Holt, Augusta, Ga.,
asking him to find out whether Patrick
Rooney, who moved to Brooklyn some
years ago from Baltimofa, is alive or
dead. It appears that Rooney has
Either a Lnnutlo or a Liar.
Minneapolis, Sept. 28. — Jacob
Brown, who confessed himself a mur
derer here, is either a lunatic or a liar.
He professed not to remember a single
thing about his confession, and even
denied that his name was Brown. He
said he was J. A. Bnda, aud that he
had killed his brother-iu-law and been
tried for it in Ceptralia, Ill., eight years
ago. He was acquitted on the ground
of iusnuity and sent to the asylum. Be
fore the trial he bail been the cell-mate
of J. W. Gray, the convict, who, he
said yesterday, is serving a life sentence
in his stead, •■nd said Gray knew his
story. The police are holding the man
till they hear from Illinois.
While Trying to Protect a Woman.
Spartanburg, S. C , Sept. 29 —The
evidence produced in the coroner’s in
quest yesterday, concerning the murder
of Mayor Henneman, was of the most
convincing and damning nature, and
conclusively showed that he was will
fully and foully assassinated.
He was attempting to stop Williams
from beating the woman with whom he
was living and while in the conscious
discharge of his duty as^an officer of the
peace, was shot from behind.
The woman, Charlotte Patterson,
professes to know nothing of the deed
and denies attempting to assist Will
iams when he was trying to wrest the
pistol from Mr. Henneman’s hand, but
a number of eye witnesses testified that
they saw her grab Mr. Henneman, and
that both she and Williams were scuf
fling to take the pistol from him. She
also said Mr. Hehnetnan shot in the air
thinking he would frighten Williams
and force him to surrender.
Mr. Henneman was buried yesterday
afternoon at 4:30 o’clock with Masonic
A deep feeling of sorrow has pervaded
the city the whole day, and much sym
pathy is expressed for the family of the
deceased. The stores dosed yesterday
afternoon in honor of the dead.
Verdict In tbe Osborn Murder Case.
Covington, Ga., Sept. 28. —The jury
.. in the Osborn case returned a verdict
fallen heir to a fortune in Ireland, and finding Joe Osborn guilty of murder
if fa dead his wife and children, who *“* ® ° /
II lie IS ueiiu iii» i I vtri+Vi n rMYimfnpndAtinn to me
we now in Augusta. Ga., will fali’heirs witfi a recommendation to mercy, and
BTC uuw 1X1 . 7. A! L....n\, I n Af upninttul n« tn TJirHTi7.0 Oa.
bringing good prices. The farmers j iL Tim records PaWick H>
the Brooklyn health
denartment show that Patrick H.
smiles upon I 74 years old, died from apo-
evidentiy feeling plexy, at 834 K sciuski street, and Pat-
1 rick Rooney, 65 >’<*« old, died at St.
natJumne’s hospital, October 7, 188#.
"°re broad smiles
Hteir faces, and were
And everybody else was pleased, too, | Catherine's hospital,
ll ‘'* ‘a » good humor.
Ever v stand of business was well
Patronized, and the foreshadowing of
a verdict of acquittal as to Lorenzo Os
born. It is generally regarded as a
compromise verdict, eight of the twelve
jnrors being in favor of the death pen
alty as to the elder Oszoru with less
Tbc Reports Were False.
. _ Millville, N.J., Sept. 28.-Governor
u "' Getter times ahead was quite appa- I Abbott has called the attention of the
grade for the younger brother. The re
sult does not meet with general ap-
prosecuting attorney of Cumberland
Timber Damaged by a Storm.
Red La^e, Minn., Sept. 28.—A wind
storm which assumed almost the pro
portions of a cyclone swept through the
counties of Bellrami and Itasca prostrat-
JJ U °° k is tLat l he receipts will go over I factory tending boys during their I w^great,
* hundred thousand mark. I recent strike in this city, and requested .. - — * ' ~ ~
him to make investigation of the whole
mailer with a view to bringing the
guilty persons to justice. The pyosecu-
A« the days go by the amount of cot- I to “ the reports of alleged out-1
( " received daily increases, and the I n g 6a against the Russian Jews by the
Attention, County Alliance.
The October Quarterly Meeting of tbe
•i*7 w bounty Alliance will be held at
® ,® urt House in Athens, on Thurs-
u “y,Oct -
w from 150,000,0(19 to 200,000,<
leeL Tue region is only inhabited by
lumbermen, prospectors aud hunters at
this time of the year aud it Ls not known
Hmr attorney has sent a communication whether or not there was any loss of
UI1B.IVW. J ,1.U .tf- ugbinr
.-j.vjci. 8 th, at 10 odock, A. M. 'roe r him to lurmsu mm «««“*»—
jj^eleeteicmrot- officers will be in- regarding any acts ot jwlcnca
. + 0 Mayor Whitaker of this city, asking
The him to furnish him with information
S?*.* this ineetin
A full atten-
Take due no-
Gco. T. Mubrkll, Pres.
Th *Tax A pfortionment.—Ordinary
"“nngttw, orders I j II
thatk 0 ? the . ta « for County purposes,
ot,} tieing distributed aqiong tne vari-
..'ti^Partments. roe work of the
L*I*°wb up well lor the efficient Or
th,. an< * <h moi StStofito the wisdom of
j^jtaople of Clarke county in selecting
““gc Herrington for that position.
hadknowledge of. The mayor answer
ed the letter by saying that he has no
knowledge of any “ebrow being a^ault-
ed or violently handled by the stnaers,
mid while the latter assumed a threat
ening attitude at times, they did not
Ttrike anv Hebrew. He adds that the
rages on Hebrews in MillviHe are false.
Carl Scliurx Resigns His Place.
New York, Sept. 28.—Hon. Carl
Schurz has resigned the presidency of
the Hambnrg-Ainerican Packet com
pany. It is said' that his resignation
was due to the fact that he had learned
un the arrival of the German directors
here that they had left Hamburg to
make a complete change in the offices
of the company in this city.
Just receivi u car load cement, lime
and plasterpwigjat Lyndons.
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The walking delegates of the long
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officials at the Ocean steamship and
Savannah, Florida and Western railway
harves yesterday, and notified tl.em
that the longshoremen wanted 20 cents
an hour for their services hereafter, in
stead of 15 cents.
The demand was refused. The dele
gates then, threatened trouble. They
said the men they represented would
not work after last night far less than
20 cents aD hour, nor would they al
low any others to take their places ex
cept by walking over their bodies.
Mayor- McDonough requested Col
onel Reilly to telegraph Governor
Northen for 5,000 ball cartridges, to
be ready to meet any demonstration in
the nature of a riot.
The telegram was sent at once, and
the requisition was honored by the
Including the 5,000 cartridges which
u ill arrive this morning, there are about
2,00()0 in possession of the military and
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At midnight Sergeant Mnse, of the
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rifles belonging to his depariment
from the barracks to the wharf,
together with a quantity of
ammunition. This was done as
precautionary measure. A wagon was
used to convey the firearms to th
The corporations refused positively to
accede' to the demands of the men. They
say that sufficient labor can be found
to work at tbe present rate of wages,
and if the old hands don’t want to re
main, new ones will be placed in the
positions and protected at all hazards
There may be trouble today or tomor
row, although the authorities hope that
wiser counsels will prevail upon the dis
satisfied workmen to make their issue
in a peaceable and orderly manner.
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GATE CITY NEWS.
The Arre9t of a Post Office Official
—That Terrible Accident In Marietta*
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 28.—[Special.]—
The Ryan case came up in court today.
Beginning with the new year (1-91) we will
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The Bamhib for each mouth, a complete new
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the day. These novel supplements will be pre
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back to jail ? is a question much asked.
The case may take a sensational turn at
any time, but so far today things have
moved along smoothly
The arrest of Emmett Stanley, hi
of money order depaitment atthePos
Office upon a charge of embezzlement
has created a decided sensation,
Stanley is a quiet fellow who has been
regarded as all right in every respect.
Postmaster Lewis and the other
officers are inclined to
to be lenient on the ground of Stan
ley’s illness. His shortage so far seems
to be about $1,?.00.
The terrible runaway accident at
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of Miss Reynolds and Mrs. Merritt and
may result in other deaths, created a
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of the young lady killed and a brother
of Mrs. Merritt. The horses were his,
St.. N. Y
he having just sent them to his brother they appear. Reader* of Ths Ba»n«b will
at Marietta. This family seems fated * u — r ~~~ *-.i --i-i.
for accidents. Mr F. P. Reynold’s sis
ter and oldest daughter were burned to
death several years ago, that accident
as this occuring on Sunday.
therefore enjoy a delightful intellectual privi-
vnaf ' ■s' 1
lege, at no expense whatever, bnt which would
—* *8.00 daring the year if the' same novels
purchased at a news-stand-'or s book
The Novel Supplement for September will |
for any unnatural discharge lit*
for a bottle of
; G. Ifcnrea in a few dan
hont the aid or publicity of a
itor. Non-pofsonons ana
Assisted Anderson to Escape.
Cincinnati, Sept. 28.—The special
High-Handed Depredations of a Gang
of Lawless Characters.
Yellville, Ark., Sept. 29.—The
high-handed depredations of a gang of
lawless characters, banded together as
a secret organization have terrorized
the inhabitants of Marion county. The
gang made a general raid into the town
of Barrens, which would put to shame
the operations of the worst class of out
laws on the western borders. The
houses of W. Hamblett, Jr., and W.
Hnmblett, Sr., Rev. Ed McCarty, Judge
S. Owens, R. West and Thomas Sasser
were visited and fired into by the ma
rauders. Windows were smashed in,
and at the Rev. Ed McCarty’s some
children sleeping in the front room were
severely injured. Judge Owens’s favor
ite buggy horse was taken from the
stable and his ears cut off. W. Hamb
lett, Jr., was warned to leave the coun
try under penalty of death. Rev. Ed
McCarty was‘warned that if George
Hamblett’s wife continued to live at his
house he would be killed. Jim McCar
ty was also warned that his life was iu
peril. The authorities are greatly ex-
• * ’ --made to
grand jury has just reported in Burglar
Anderson’s case. Lewis M. Hadden
and Calvin Tucker are indicted for as-1
sistiug the notorious burglar to escape.
Hadden is a well kt.own Republican
politician and is at present county so-1
Author of ‘‘Blade-o’-GraM,” “ Bread-acd
Bleed not to atrictaie.
‘ American Cure.
Throe to Hang Oct. 33.
Jdffebson City, Mo., Sept. 28.—In
Division No. 2 of the supreme court
motions for a rehearing of three murder
cases were overruled. They are CharL., .
Seaton of Lawrence county; J. H. Or I Thc«
riqk of Iron county, and Thomas Will-16f a y
iauiBon of Pettys county. The execu
tion in each case was set for Oct. 81.
cited, and evet
effort is beiug i
Dig Damage* to Pay.
Ottawa, Sept. 28.—It has been ascer
tained that the Snm which the British
ivernraent will have to pay the 'Cana-
dian sealers as dam
modus vivemli is
-,vw, and may be • v-_. .
as high as $7oo.ooo. The minister ot The Athens Publishing Go
marine is in possession of the figures.
Cheese and Kisses,” “ Golden
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Mr. Faijeon is one of the most popular wri
ters of the time. t>y some critics he baa been
dcalle the successor of Dickens. His stories
are always interesting and never dry “ Self-1
Doomed,” which is one of his latest* will, we
are sore, be enjoyed by all onr readers
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