# Clipped From The Atlanta Constitution

Home and Uo'esledi Bitter Sentiment Against Slain Man Qlvsa Hiram Wilcon His Free dom Successor to Senator Z b Wllcon Nominated at Barnesville. e. X. C. January li Speclsl A xielephon me aso today from Burnam fslv the Information that "VV. M. Sufkcnvr ha been nominated by the republican of Yanccy -county to suc- ctd State Senator Zeb P. YVUson. de- cta d. It 1 not hplleved that there will be any opposition to Uuckner by the opposition faoitoi Yancey is overwhelmingly re publican and It ts not thoug.it that : .democrats will put out a candidate. Wilson who was elected to tha office met a tragic death a few weeks Ago. He was slain by Ms brother. The men quar relied about a horse when Hiram Wilson pulled" a gun and shot with fatal effect Hiram Wilson la a distiller and generally regarded as a desperate character. It Is understood that ne has not been arrested for the crime that he at his home In BUrr.svihe. and ha not b n req jested to e bond. The reason why Wilson has not been molested I It Is said owing to a bitter sentimenl existing against tie slain man. ND PRISON. BARS fO RJRATRI ClUE Man Who illed- 8rolli r .al Unfuo es edl 11tter..senll.m. en..i..A. g 1. I Sl.al..n.'M. n. 11 'lI1ram.Wllt :1n..nsFree- d m lIor..to S 1iAtor I b.wllcon.N. O..m..l.Date'd II' at3unesvllle. 1 Alh9Vm .xic. Jmu "ii 1 Ai.-lpphgl1. 1. from. i thflui into matlon th fW. baa nom1na.ted.by. 'PUbll l\nl' f Y mcc gunt.tQ:5U j cu ZebP. 'iUson..de- .11. UI.not'bI l vedthatthcrowni bean i 'llucluierb ih .oPP.Oil 1 i il. YanCf't1. I.r.- I It'w thO 1t I emQCrat \111Jut c t eatlla h1sbrothcr 'menquar abo t Hlram.WI. a. uh andllhiJtwl1h 1a.1 1' r . gardedasadesi' r te'char- le'.ha6 ant' 5. ted. tha. t I. and'1a1l been requested bin I'bere.al'on moI sted 1ssa1d.o'lngto blttersent1Inen ag3 nst e"slall1 T \$0 FOR FRATRICIDE rotr M liiter &g nst S1a1na Qiv flhr&11WI1CGflH1S dom-SuGtIuQr S Zb C. 32 gtvei eeii o nvty uty. ce&le& Ic flOt.be11Vd that.ther th otL r"- t .e 1I1 .e1 td th ewweeks w brhte .i' ha nd hy ba 1. ' ¬ . . . . . ( ) * - * * " . . * - - * . . - * . ) . ¬ . . , , . . , " ! ¬ . ; ! . . \ . , . , . . . . . . , \$ - ' . ' . ' . . . . . . , . . . . . . . ' . ' . ' . < . . . . . . ' ' ' ] . . . . . . ! : ) - . } , . " " \ , . \ : ' < : . . , . . " ' \ . , . : ' ' . - ( . . . . . , . ' > ) ( ; , . ' , . " \ < ' . ' ; , . ' . & ; . : ) : : . ! . ' . . ' : " ) ' . , & ' ' . ' . . " : ' . ' : . . \ . . . . . ) ' ' . . ' . ' ' . . , . . . ' . ! ' \ ' > ; . ' , ' ; : : . ' . , ; , ' ( : : ' " . . \$ ' ' ! ' & ! ! & & - & : # - & , ' ) - % . , . - & : ! , ; & ; - & . - & . . \ % \$ , ; ;