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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               A FEAST OF DfATH j t U II 1 RECEPTION AT THE WHITE HOUSE ,rsof the Occasion ot the The only other diplomatic visitors were mem- bers of the V enezuelan claims commission THB JUOrCIAfiV was next received including Chief Justice Fuller and his associates o( the supreme court. Chief Justice Kichardson and his associates of the court of claims, and Chief Justice Bmg- ham and bis associates of the supreme court ot the district Nearly all were accompanied by ladies of their families The congressional codtmgent followed and consisted of nearly all the senators, and rep- resentatives now in the city being, howcner. onlv a email portion of the total number in congress Among thoae present were Sena- tors Cullom Cockrell and Allen, Speaker Keed and Representatives Burrows, Cutcheon and Oulhwatthe With them were commissioners aud other ornciais of the Dibtrict of Columbia and ex Minister t oster The reception of the officers of THE AKMY AND NAVT an i marine s which followed was Pfba blj the show lest feature of the day thej bei g in full ilresd umfoim and resplendent with brass buttons bright epaluttes, gaudv sashes cold lace etc Major General Schofield headed the annj Hear Admiral Jokell the navy Ad nilral I orter did not attend on account of bad It was now 12 o clock and the reception bo- cimo all the more general m Its character VIRGINIA'S GOVERNOR OESEBAI, I.EE 8TKPB BOWS AfiO OUT AND GOVERNOR M'KINREY STEPS IN Another FJenre Ifi the Lone Une of Worthy of the Old Domiiilon- Bome Personal Sketches of Him. RICHMOND Va., January Governor Philip Watkms McKinnay was.in- augurated at the Virginia capital today IHIP marks a change from one democratic tration to another While it is thought tbat Governor Fitzhugh Lee has made some mis- takes during the four years he has been m ofhce he has made himself beloved by the people, and his rule is pronounced by the Dis- patch a golden one The adv ent of Governor McKinnoy is a nota We one He has recov ered much of tho flosb and freshness he lost m the campaign and goes into efface a hue si ecimeu of V ir0una manhood OF THi. A LONDON SCHOOLHOUSE BURNED And Twenty Seven Boys Smothered to Death JInd Been Made tor a Grand New Tear's Fete, Two New fork Policemen Die Crom Effects of the NEW January 1 -Two policemen died today of pneumonia lollowtns attacks of the Drevailln' "Grip. There were 164 deaths reported tTe today of which were from pueumonia. twenty-tour from phthisis, end twenty from bronchitis. The total is thirty two less than rate In this city owlnz to the pre of LOKDON, January 1 boys section of Paners' school, in the district of Forest Gate, in. connection with White Chapel and Popular Unions took fin last nigbt, while the inmates were asleep, and was burned, with terrible re- sults, twenty six of the bovs, who were m the upper stories, being suffocated before they could be rescued Fifty eight otner boys were amid today was IM nftv sir of these bens tworav-four from consumption Pit l ,RS. THE HOARDOF nATEl r r j The Teachers fcxamUi Prot SInton to Bend a Paper afely taken irom the burning buildins a errible excitement Two of the matrons f renco The pres was .lure of the rectp ion nhilbecn sjeciallv rei ared for 1 wlen tl o reciplien was at i tcl TVllI Ot IMSH.L BHILTY ulir Ho ful IMirlno baud in giy ns of red and Hue was stationed m tho lo just 1. side tl e. main entrance w tl I t few niton issi ns played livelj and m su from tl e time tl e p-esident 1 stand at tie held of the rec. unit, i tie Hie tarl r ui til the last of the ci eishali-ikmihsduacture a period 01 a little rurreetjecor s while not elabor v r verv etleUive c lib sting of a 1 I oril on of tr l 10 vl ai 1 Hi werint, plints m swlire tli> cou d be diBilvvelto Ho n ril effect wa.s il d tl o lr 11 nit tllumlnati u of all In lee I "Via callers be'carne so numerous and f llowed cich other so Uoselv that the presi dont w is compelled to restrict his welcome to a sinklo sha.lo of the hand and a simple tosoeyou Those received in this manner included oil cers i f the Smithsonian institution cm! commisbioncrs, interstate torn mcrce o nmisMoners asoistant secretaries and chief officers of the various departments, and tl e faculty of Hie Columbian mbtilnion lor the diaf and dumb The next so tion of Cillers w is headed bj a few sur vivorsof tho wirof 1Mb closely foil wed by a larj.0 n presentation of grand army men an I a sin ill body of haired, venerable looking men known as the Oldest Inhabitants of the District of Columbia THE KE( EFT10N OF THF FUBI1C geuorillv was next m order and tho gates to tli LT nds wl leh ha 1 been closed u] to this time ptt-cpt to a piivileged few were thrown tion an 1 tl o crowd thronged rai idlj into tie uansion The atten liuce was Iiaturallj sin ill ar ot was read too The board ordered tbe re- ports to be trninmiued to-the general council at its regular meeting nest meet ng In Columbus in May Professor W M Slaton of the Boys'HicH school, will read a paper before the stara teachers convertion in Columbus next May. lioi-1 Xs? di i all adv i I ti d v tl o r til iu t e irlnrs tho being re, fU t I rom nv rials f r di scout crystals an 1 m us 1 0.11.11 llate Elisa mirror, 1 ill "Yr butr ilants m nglod with dolicito r iuld iam iuld In tl e cast room opposite o bint owers lion wis art il v hell gavo in lie lest Hoy co Id with umbrellas and formed line two alreast extending up 1 olinsjlvaniii av enue to Seventeenth street I o rceoi tion 1 isttd ui til 2 o cloek and it is estimated that d un g that time the president shook hands with lie irly 000 people 1 en it was ovor iho president invited the lilies who insisted 1 im and a number of other The Kins of BelKlum s Summer Kesldonce Destroyed o to the recent deat o er sis at her request th tt her daughter Mrs iss u led tl o responsibilities of 1 ostoss U 1s i 3 un i tl e mantels anl serv to [tr 11 i bou i irt on tho contnl divan Hlo ar i doorwij at tl o bick of the room concealed bj 1 number of till leived pi nits whieh formed a beautiful baek ground ror trio receivl icr partT THK KK F1TIOV Tl o reception l roper 1 d not begin until 11 o d k l ut tl o vice l resident and members oft! oibn t wihUles it their families arrived si ortlj bcforn tilt hour, aud wore shown due Hi into t o president s presence in tl e l riv it UP Htalrs was d it w a1 "Mrs" 'liTaino was unable to iss st bv re ison ot the reel nt death of her sis ter Mrs 1 r etor is m bad health and was also in ible to bo ircstnt ____ A CHAM: E OF FOKCE IndTodifat'tw, Ive o clock ,hc committee wUl meet m Superintendent SUton s_ofhce and so- Do on uon Ihe his homo Kinney was c ntry and hero Mrs Me Ifcr mother was a Morton When e i i ru it taror upsa i Is ,n -ead ness the resident and party mi took their band signalled the r arrival1 with tho pU'ro'melj famtliar air ilaU to tho Oh of H e party entered tho follow me orai to the bluc pic sm line Tie Mir ne b Colonol at oi akoi the secreary Tcy the secretary of the interior and Mrs obie the secretary ol agriculture and Mrs makoi the secretary Trncy the aoci Inoble tll6 86Ctcmiy v- -.f Brisk and the secretary ol war and Mrs Frnost, of tbe army and I ieuton d 1 nut Parser of the navy, acted as masters of S. ceremonies, tho former making presentations to the president, (except m case ol special i re sentations and the latter repeating the intro- dultionstoMrs McKee who occupied a place "'other'ladie's assisting were ranged next in order as follows Mrs Morton Mrs Wmdom, Mrs Miller Mrs Wanamiker Mrs Tracy M.rs Noble and Mrs Rusk THE TOILETS OF THE LADIES were singularly rich and becoming and. were sreatly admired on all sides Mrs Mch.ee beautiful dress of white armero silk wore a oea aleeves_made Her r was 3 her square The Philadelphia 1'ress Shuts Iti Union Men VHILADKI PIIIA 1 i J nuiry 1 -Tho fol lowing notice was poste 1 in the cjmposing roo n of tbe 1 read hero lait n ant 1 U ladelpbia 1 ress. Business Manager Office Philrrtcl-ohln -Owing to the vote of members of tbe 1 cbapel sbowii g tleii de arm a Ion to violate He agreement under wh ch Ihe came Into tbi ollico an 1 also the sub akreemcit made by a representative committee 01 April Jib 16t9 wherein S committee stale 1 We do not propose to make anv alteration I i our scale of prli except with the consent of the emplovcrs Theref. of the U reatening atHludotenI m to v o Lte tins statement as well as tho u icer tain an 1 evniiva of the of tl e e-c ecullve coun il of the Internatloi a] Tvpograpliical m, mi wo have been obliged u contract with me .al 1 rmtere 1 rotecllvefraloniily foraiievv and ii e vUl retain In Its employ any of Its present lorce who s e lit to remiin under the new organization a d will guaran ee permanent em nlovment l J oH good men P Mjufbcr, of this chnpel vv ho see nt not to; roma n Intboempl y of the 1 ress please call at tl e cashier desk any nine t morrow after 10 o clock tor a full settlement of wages. Mana er MEETING OT; THE UMON Meetings of typographical union ho nnd of the Press ebapel were beld touny but nothing of public 1 lorest so it la Jeclarod bj tnoso present was done Al of tbe locked out printers of tbo Press were t day placed 01 tho strike benefit list-87 per they obtain employment elsewhere It is said that the manaceri of tl e rress bavo se oured nearly a full comrlement of man and that tl ey will experience 1 ttle or no difficulty in Issuing others ol executive council of the international t> potrapblcal union are expected to return to Ibis city tomorrow and as Ihoy have complete jurisdiction in the n alter of tho general demand for an inercssed rate for compoaition nothing will be done boforo their arrival DEACON WHITE II KASHVH.I.E A Celehrated J.ew York Financier Seeking Points N 13HV1I.I.B ienn January Deacon W bile is In town W 1 o Is Deacon bite' Ono of tie Jamous bankers of !Nevv wall street manipulators and all round financiers of the recent, ra, and hastened thither They wllnesse [no tolal destruction of th s magnificent pilac This was their summer res, lencc It is s lid tho f, Kinney was u-rn xiui l bi a dolective stove In tbe omceri, oe church Mcliiunoy is a petite lady whose charrn of manner ,s e inalod only bv her Eood ness of heart Intelligent, cultivated, affablo and combining with groat slrenjrth of ch-ir- acter all the v irtues and Braces of the Christian faith bho wins the admiration aiTection of all who know her and her poi ularity is only limited her ac in unt nice Her gracious ease of manner aud rue pers nal ma_nUism eminently fit her for tl e high social position she has been called to fill are I genera of remark says Dr D lughty l'article mat no epidemic Influenza h ivalled In Augusta since tl at of wbleh wrn StSrrhs are common in the winter and sprli s uerep be a "row ing desire among the members ol tho hoard oi education to give the schools to the prev Cartarrhs are comr..u..... bntsevora mil epidemic in character tru were princess Clementine aged seventeen a lady attendant and her governness The sovernew having escaped with others returned to the Dnncess apartments to secure some valuables and P .uffociuod there 1 he queen Is greatly WHO IT BE Senatoi Payne's e ?mo Merrnot roses, and followed the example of her mother in acknowledge the genera) introduction of how instead of shaking metropolis whose name at one time or another has m been in everv pa! cr in the Lulled States He Is tbe guest of Mr W lllam M Duncan vice- president of .Jldeutlj icon i Itased with what be saw be ow tbll Ohio. The at Bellemeade TENNESSEE Of the Slaves Who Happened to LHe Within Her UorderB Tenn January 1 NASHVIME Tenn anuary Today s celebration of the emanu patloa of the -3 us Blame THK CIPLOMATTC COKPS o mbcrs of the diplomatic corps were roce v They woro presented by Sec ill sa C.reat liritain Trance China and Co AH were represented, the I a, d Chinese being the largest; in_pomt rs Most of tho diplomats were ac e 1 bv ladies 11 o absence of Hadje oolie Khan Mahomet, the only 1 or ever accredited to this country outly remiik.d and none, seemed answer tho en i 111 vhich followed as ber 1 o will over return to Washington c unn was headed by Baron Ital in minister who is tbe ot i o corps By virtue 01 th ot serv ice at this capital With the Step Into Coi eMBUS O January 1 Ohio legis lature will convene next Monday The body is democratic in both branches Y caucus to name candidates for will bo held this week Ono of the most impoitint duties of the legislature will bo the selection a Cuited States senator to succeed Henrj Pajne Tho leading candidates are Calvin S Brico of lima John IT Thomas of Siringfield and John A McMabon of D-iyton Among others whose name have been mentioned are I F. Hunt C W Biker, James E Neal L L Neal GeorgoT Seuey John Warwick John W Biokn liter J II Outhwiito I F Fow ell and others whoso names are recognized as being up for com] limentary purposes A chance of being in lino should tho caucus be unable to agree upon either of tbe loading can didates Thomas, with a good force of workers has been hero for a couple of days to meet members eleet who are coming in WOKKINCl AMONG THE MEM11EI S Only a small per cent of tho members hive arrived but they are coming on every tram The mamgere for Brice have been here for several looking after his interests, and they profess the confidence and belief that they will be able to nominate on the second ballot after the respective members have com plnnonted their local candidates, so fir as they have anj Mr Brice, it is reported, will arrive tonight or tomorrow and take personal charge o! his canvass lorty votes will be required in the caucus to nominate The Thomas managers claim they will show a strength of thirty on tho first tal lot and will earn steadily till their man is nominated They give no de tail figures for these claims, and the Buco managers consider them ridiculous SlcMa- hon his not ordered headquarters but is ex pected here tomorrow The objections so far urfced against Brice are that be is not a resi- dent of Ohio and is a millionaire Tbe non- resident objection has been answered by the affidavits of business associates in New V ork, and the millionaire theory is not being urged as it effects eacli of the leading candidates oquallv Thomas stated tonight that he thought h9was gaming ground m the estima tiou of the people oMDhio______ TOO WfCLL ACQUAINTED The General Manace' Has Some Curious lews CHIKLESTON S C Jannarj Tbe air Is full wltb rumors of trouble among the emjlojes of tbe ith Carolina railway One rumor is to tho effect Inu twenty six conductors aro on their way bere irom Pltlsburg. Pa to take places of Ibe present force The story that tl e new general manager thinks n and January 1 Liberty 811k works at Nos 617 to r2j West Fifty second street burned today Tbe ore involved losses to a num ber of other manufacturing concerns. The fire sta ted early this morning In the engine room of tbe building and as the engineer on duty at the time has not slncn been seen fears are entertained that he perished In the flames. Tl o firms wh leh osebv tie fire are Liberty Silk works, S1SO 000 manufacmrersofsilkribbons 830000 Ibe Persian Carpet company 810000 J J Mor r son manu'actnrcrs of plaster ornaments 83 000 the Eiton llauulacturing company 82 000 and t e building is damaged S-JO 000 Tbe miss ng engineer wan seen to go into the en gine room as tbo Barnes burst fortb Tho watch man and bis little daughter were on one of the A large number upper uc. ri, had a narrow escape. A large numb ol persona are Ihrow n out of employment In cons quence of the flre tbo I Iberty slik works alo: having employed 2oO hands Loss's by flre which occurred lost night at Ihe eo Uongs to Schksainger Is damaged S25 OOOg ch b All losses aro Inlly Insured Tbe police bave found Engineer Fechtler, un- injured He cscapted through a rear passage Attempted to Blow Them Up. EriiE January 1 As a parliamentary deputation who bad visited tbe king was leaving the palace of the quirinal a man In Ihe street throw among tbe deputies a copper box to which was attached a burning fuse It waa extinguished nnd no damage was done the croen cs o resi o these couferonces but only to a Iiml- snt as a majority of tlie delegates regular rnembeis of the legations at pital The presiuent showed special e m the reception of delegates, con- ting those of the maritime conference ta successful issue of their deliberations. The colored people peech making Tbe hat the preaeut conductors know too many peop e aud be thinks that the rece pts of tl e road ofpas- Mnirertramc w II be Increased bv getting condue turs who are not so well known as tbe present fnrre It Is said tbat under tbe old regime tbo rail way bauled more aead head than nasenen. Tborearcalso rumors of commit who Tbore i n the mechanical departments. Tbe-e an of course on y rumors but lbe> cause a good deal of unoasl ness in rail pad circles ________ The Effect of a BricL Flue NASHVILLE, Tenn January 1 tall brick flue extending above tbo se- Sales of I-eaf Tobacco. ss and crashed n the roof of the Banner office ong severaTbundred dollars worth of damage and de nnu nu The man was arrested lie was a respectable looklns man and was very reticent Arraigned before the judge he answered that IB was a Slllcian II at his name was Vita and that the motive of his act was revenge for tbe in justice- done him by tbe goverrment. Collided In the Foe LONDON, January 1 proceeding up the Mersey to Liverpool this morning, the Inman steamer City of Paris, Captain Atkins from New 'iorlc December 2oth, collided with the outward bound steamer rity of Paris and lost ber bowsprit, SS the olber steamer on. of her mast. Passengers on the City of Paris were greatly alarmed but no- body was hurt A heavy fog prevailed at tbe time of tbe collision______ Brazil's Finances. Ri i JANEIRO, January 1 Barboia, the Brazilian minister estimates tbat the total eipen dlture for 1SJO will be 68000000 mllrels that the treasury balance will be 621100000 and tbat tbe bTlancefrom the Interior loan w ill cover the deficit and allow tbe completion oflnte lor contracts Tbe p ib le debt Is 1 07jI 000 000 mllrels The par value of a milreis is about 56 cents._______ Farnell Will the Charges LONDON January Chronicle has a rep rt that Mr. Parnell at tbe meeting of the Irish partv to be held Immediately be'ore Ibe opening of parliament will lully deny O Shea a charges Food for the Hnngry Kan January 1 train of eighteen cars left bere last night for tbe suffering districts In Stevens, Morton and Hodgmar coun ties. The cars are loaded with clothing and food which have been collected from this and surround ing counties. Keports yesterday were to tbe effect that several hundred persons are suSorlng at p es ent. Peop'e at tbe end of the ra Iroad at Liberal and vicinity are read> wltb wagons to make an at tempt to transport relief from forty to seventy miles to vvbere It is needed. It began to snow S-am yesterdai and It Is believed Ibe weather may get extremely cold and ihns Increase the Buf The Squabble la Montnua. HELENA, Mont January 1 demo cratlc house and five senators met at noon for a joint session but no quorum was p-esent In formal ballots taken lor L mted States senators, In we re familiar but these results very ran TWO MUH.PJEBS SOUTH CA BOI.INA One the Result of W hlaky and the Other an Assassination CHAELESTON S C January 1 Murders seem to be Increasing in the palmetto state Two arc reported from 1 arlington county Georze Wmdbam aged eighle-rr white stabbed colored aged flfleen In the heart The two boys bad been sent to a town with a wagon to bring supplies The, got arunl on tbeir way home anJ quarr lieu After killing Gaudy Windham drove the waron home tic-body oftbeMCtlminlt unhitched tbe borsm and fled In Ibe same county Aleck Laslcrling eolorer) In bis dwe! Ing near Ebenezer township. The man w as sitting witb his uimllj In his diningroom The door was ajar The assassin thrust his gun through tbe door and fired k lling the victim wltb. a load of buckshot. 11 o race riot occurred In Orangeburg connty ves terday It started In a drunken quarrel between a white man named Collier andanegro namedlul Ton Both were armed After tbe fir.t shot both parties were reinforced by others of ti clr respective races and a fusllade was exchanged rvto negroes were Blwhtly wounded The parlies separated no further tebtlng occurred A RICHMOND MYSTERY AYoonsMan Dies of TPounds but Refused to State who Inflicted Them. RICHMOND, Va., January 1 Ooodrleh managerof tbe Richmond granile quarry died bere today at tbe Exchange ho el under rather mysterious circumstances. On December 22d be appeared at the hotul office cut and ofthe aud told the clerk bo_bad .alien aealnst a cnair and ladles eiituely Mr Grady 9 I There Is a new candidate In the race for Mr, Gradvs chair m the board of education-Mr. B Hill chairman of the Young Men a Democratic elub One of the candidates mentioned in day s however is out of S1, out ot t, e r c ho candidates now appear to be Mr Tom Comgan Mr M lilanchard Hon. N J Hammord and Mr W T Hill The retiring council will elect the memDei, Commissioners. Two Police Two members of the board of police nh and Captain their successors tt ful study and hard work As the board be makes few de- chairman of the board he makes will be candl- lates for re-election Through tho Offices The public schools will re-open next Man- comptroller is busy constantly fumish- ng figures to various committees lor their au- nml reports Fngincer t layton smokes a clai pipe NORTH CABOI-rirA- hurt hlmfelf Co -wasrammoned here The Injured man continued to Bliik until death occurred to Jay Tee coroner will bokl an Inquest______ TBE BABNTv-EU. TROUBIE. The Blacfca Threaten to Bum the Town-The Trouble Not The Emigration All long as tbe agents bave orders for negroes The Chw BUI Vetoed ST Lous January 1 before tba Telegrams othef neighboring towns asking for help and a Bueelal train left B ackville nUeen mllcB distanl fromBam.ell with reinforcement.. It is said tbat negroes intend to burn the town Tbe trouble ia by no mean, over ana the whole conuty Sm. to be up inarms. A conflict between the whites and blacks seems to be imminent. Tragedies In North Carolina ASTHEVU.I.E C January 1 ternbl8 tragedy took place in Mitcbei countv hortb Caro Una, twelve ml es from Bakersvll e tbe seat In a drunken row on Christmas day three meu were killed. Friday Monroe Garland, brother of one of the murdered meu rode up to a crowd In tie same place and Bred into a crowd killing three and woundinjr twelve _ He Killed All of Them. If EW-OBLEASS, January A Times-Demo- crat Galveston special says A nrlvata telegram re- ceived bere gives a meagre account of a trlpl" Kill which occurred at Brazonia on Monday Sening A man named Walker was home when he was fired on by three men lying In ambush. Ho Immediately returned tbo fire and but in tbe conflict ot expected lo re- SSIInrSa. bl I generally will be very graljlul for Emancipation day waa celebrated in several c t es >esterday Mr Kennedy tbe new lord mayor ol uaijr Hn assumed his Inliea yesterday Tho czar is still confined to his bed and th9 doclors a compl cat on la I Is caw: The British court will wear mourning three weeks for the late empress of liraz 1. W IT Fox, of Washington arukSIiss M B Ewlni of city aero married in Cbiiuanloia at Si Paul s Episcopal church Tuet- Paul icung son of the president of snooting himself through the ri le-nr e with a revolver lie was temporarily sane from sickness Tbe Sioux chiefs now In Washington, peered before tbe commissioner or Jnd stated tbeir wjtn the HamolouandCariise and a.ked tbat i Bllghtiy injured, killing all three wounded and Is nae a to elect senators. Colonel w T Sanders waa unSirrftualy on ins baUoL For ondsenator the first ballot stood. Mantle. 11 Bleb- arl Fell off the Flationn. IXTOOTTI.I.B. January 1 -Dan M Bowmar, armerly proprietor of tbe Woodford Ky Bun and later a well known bmloess man of Cbicago. was found dead on the Monon road seventy nulea north of this city this morning He had fallen off way and WM crnsWtodeatb. He WM nrcparmg for pubU- entabllshed oa tbe reser-alioo The SkerTino genera. Klvas baa fled. lse oa e r government forces were com P1 year of 1SS3. i previous y   

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