Pague returns to GA

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XXX PRICE TWO CKNT3 VOL. pAGUE RETURNS TO HIS WIFE AND CHILD HE LEFT AT AUGUSTA, OA., IN 1873 * . U ^ nmnn nn A UlllUlilV I!H 1U H11U UHfil fiUU [CuVC q r q ^ i 3 on Account ^fe^a*^ ^^•Ta^nHUKtr H ^^H^.^^ ^aT.u^u' I * HT,t^ - - - r 1 |ft j j . I r~, - ~r. ::r:.rxr j t / j / ; d«r. «o he an,,unc^tha^hi^name j| | '^h^^/T^ \ «f his location m wesi x^.,— • "V . i~ . l? - 1, - ^? . fugitive from justice, having killed • / Vjf M "c" • three negroes in Georgia and South Car - * f ^> . Jfl f oUna. He further announced that his J. [ ; /Jf \' ./ \ # «™t =rfr wt« living in Augusta. Ga.. and ♦ ^mTj " ... / \ • IT. he was - naking preparations to re - \ /' / ' \ t",> to substantteUy as follow* • • f A j ♦ Ga.. in 1K7J. in I* fc t,' - , - . * ! • WW P T I j m w i •^•»n«^ «•••»••»••»••»••»••»••»••»•»• campaign of 1873. when every man went with his hand on his pistol. Pague was one of the principal workers for the democratic ticket, and tt the polling place at which he waa sta - ailenged a negro voter. A difficulty foUowed. In which a number of shots were exchanged between hlm - self tnd tbe negroes, resulting in two of ; killed outright. Pague escaping unhurt. He fted to South Carolina Carolina and while sleeping in the hay loft of a bam he was surrounded by a posse of negroes who had followed him in order to capture him. Pague opened Are wteh a rifle, killing on* negro and making hi* (•tape. Fearing to return to bid his wife and child adieu and realising that South Carolina Carolina was totally under negro domination. here he heard - ed a reliable hild were dead. His wife child. learned the truth and determined to return return to them. He wrote to his wife, who was living at Spartanburg. S. C. and she With his children by his second wife he left yesterday for Augusta, Ga., where they will meet to spend their remaining days together. prisoned and only three of them succeeded succeeded m making their escape. Innumerable minor casualties continue > be reported on all coasts of the United Kingdom, marking the storm as the most disastrous that has occurred In many years. Snow is falling In many part* of the coumrri Norwegian bark Erratic, of Chrietiansund, baa been wrecked la the Iclnity of Saltburn and eight members f her crew have been drowned. An incomplete list of the persons who ave lost their lives by drowning during ae storm already aggregates over 180. BLIZZARD RAGES IN NEW YOBK. Snow Drifts Six Feet Deep at TJtica. Four Inches at Rochester. Utlca. N. T., November 14. - A bliixard is raging throughout this section and li northern New York Is quite severe, drifts l deep t region. Rochester, All street c rember 14.— Four • traffic was block - hls evening, ovember 14— James the the grasp of the tonight. ed for several noun town is struggling blitiard tonight. Se cover the ground and the derce gale which Is blowing is piling it in heaps. The

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 15 Nov 1901, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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