Atlantic. Aug. 25,- Charles Xorthup, age i 24, -hot hinxself through the head on hls mothSr's graveabout i' o'clock Monday evening, üying almost iustantly. He had boen horseb ick ciding earller in the eveniug with Miss Agües HUÍ. soine timo at'tor ohe arrlved homo slie recMved .i notp. frem Xnrihnp sayiug tluit he intended sliootine himself on is mother's gra-vw, nndas.su'i ns Miss HUI oould gei h anee she rodu to the oemetery and found the note oqIj1 roo trae. Hi' was a young man of good oharactet, of sterling Integrity, and :i membsr of the Congregational ohoreh. He was quite activi'iti church work, and had jast roturned from atteuding the Y. 1'. O. Ö moeting la Omaha Teuaporary ins.mlty is glvenaa the reasou for thj snoot ing.