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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               t VOL- XXI. 1O PAGES. 10 PAGES. PRICK I IVE CLNTS. THE IN CONGRESS. J It lilt THE GEORGIA. MEMBERS AT WORK hi rim ftlacon liorr Uoyoe. w tll hardly hai e the moral courage to vote for T) A Y Jg MEMOIRS, it It will he remembered tlrat some jears A-iiJ-' ________ fn, ago a bill wis pissed members sal inii, from ?T 000 to 730, aud the con- stituents of e erj member who -voted for the bill loted for some otl er m n next time, leavi- mg the salarj grkbhirs it home The next ingress reduced it They are afraid of a similar cry tips tune although eminent law- yi rs the eminent is iisible for the loss Mr Bloui t will sign the report to iiimbur-e monibcrs Mr Turner, ilthougb not a member of tho com- i robably the approjination 1111 M ON POSfOI-FlCF om.( t is just now attia( ing considerable hi C jloml II ii [email's time itti nt oxpirisinxt Mondas an 1 s( m p, flitf 1 ion soon Tudn( .Sjeor has made 1 ist I'd, I-o k( lie must bo 1 o hi] ,1 in ibl dif it bun Col iiel L, ckc s i 1 I h, 01 comi to his n scui V, 1 lllj Ul 1 1 I ll IM. ill< 1 <1 UK iiijurt ncut tclj if Speir in tlic AV J'.r tv, n i h linn anl CuIi ncl Cdlom! ke s ,t I in 1 the do] aitment, th it iv i [..inlnKiiL is qmte sure to come It l t fr in i lepiibhdii b Ji in tin i in n tl it r Kirlbnyee ,11 m the s ,t f tho h ideis m (jior- i t ret un tbo August I, p stofln o b ,H( i r p .ssible they TJIE CHAT WITH MRS DAVIS AT BEAUVOIR She Says the I-rcjmrat ion of the Tft ork for tlie I'ubliaher W ill toTno rloiids of Her Late IT HITS THE COPS. OJtlfPE" rSOSTBATES DElValJi'S POLICEMEN. OVER TWO HUNDRED OF THEM SICK New York to Have Passed the 'Worst in tiie To-vrna in Monawk alley Are t islted by It. NFIV OKLKANB Jinnarj 6 nn- mcrous stotcnipnts of a rontrarlictory and nlto- irothut mislialmg clmrartor, conocniliig the promised tbo life of tbo late ct- DBMS, h o apiitared in the iicwu- With tlio ol.j nt siilitit IliPl u in ii-lilj to tlio reporters us, sill tint bix ml of ifcw rln.K-isM Mr DJIMS tnowoikwas as jet ill} in i" imiii'iit} Hie ncct.s- diliis at hirnl biMis pinfnllj cnniiii Mi DIMS prc-Mous to Ins di Uh si) Hi it tbe labor of colltctlnR iniun and olhirMsc pilttniKit 111 bhapo tor tin. iiibbsher would (omj M -spi iknirf, t nsiin i but ash rt Hull, ho far tbo work n i us JI.ST AS MB nVVIS IFFT IT Arnivom ills in. mj m i IL how N er, with DALE I> D VLI-AS. J DC lining ml s i laie 11ns is dn to 1 n Major Unco bis _IMI. in 1 I Insult it p  ill t, 1 i 1, 11 i .M li f r roast ikfin i s HI thi 1st si III IhllOlstl he 0111 r n f 11 nil -tit to 1 c II 1 nntnl I v tin imifnintl si u m hlii Iho bill pi Us f ,1 ui m il i i i i i me nts it l f ill 1 i st wit' in tin -till whin tho nl, m 1 li 'i ill I 111 Ihe ait of ik fi MSI i i mi s Ui Tl i t Liists Hi. t t 1 i 1 Un. L. mril MI mm nt, anil the iini i t t Us t ti tho i ill of the fid x, 11 mi i It will wl i n pissi 1 i l o ntTiiuiliv i i the ci ni] line- It r 10 l I- i iur 11 tli in tin n ill uksin 1 il In-li unisUi HI 1 itli in I r t i t i im ill hf( ik icl IK it f u, i liu n sti ,ti n st n tli. il IHiksmi K! is in utin., t i tin urdnw, of T In I u r mil iq u risult n d( }H nd 1- Ii ST Vlv t nil s I I- I 1M-.I Y iliitlim III llieinllo tli i I 1 s .1 I 1 i ml I i Uri .Mtl i 1 11 but n_ at 1 n tl n i i. t 1 in th -hill t 1 in n 1 i it t i n l t I i i i ul n n i fi 1 I it ill [III llWS 1 I 1 II 1 I 1 ll I i_nss i r i h ti i 1 i 1 i s ill u -in li 1 it It is i I ,11 I ll II II 1 l- tl L HI 1 1 l t, 1 i i i vl it i n n n n !il i hut H i- is sun t dn is th I nl i i s i m il c Kin n I iv U u, ,i it is i 1 th it ho is I li 1 on Ni -i i ts II) s n II nwiMISSK X HI i ill II in n i M n n n i 11 h i th< 1 in Xin inn ,i rt i In, 1 here tl r i in! ime 1 1 Mrs H in- 11 11 s n m ,ri h n t h i h 1 up n tl ex i t iliti tf v will h n the s u 1 i i t r 1 I U will be ib ii. tl o 1-t of Mm uv will le in i, the i Hit J will il r. to mi ib in 1 ti ml Mu n Tin M II i i 1 m s -in i one 111 N v, Orh i is Jii 1 one -n I i i -Mmine Jio appro] i it n Mil u II in n -vjs houcMr firlhti _ri -s is 11 mm _! in I the trip thr Ji tb nth i IIIM t b i tshiitu till il nilbi rn ni I 10 wiulil disire The ir run no fur tbe tup has not been de- eide up n wlinh he will i LliM-r plbips I  totvlkiiitr ifrc-b In speaknu' ali ut it t Seiiat r Infills said bo thli to ut tho mam ei m vbiih Insideiit Hirns.ii ile lit with the q m iiiliMiuldpav vtnbutetoMr iitUiiins i tbe sill e t with vbih his f r i m's w ml M i- s uislie 1 H is bel I that lieu 11 i ntieize tin president rvther r Highly, anil to i digrte will vdMse that tho i eoi le of the si nth be allowed to handle tbe question Without neirtlicru interfi r me ken it! r Bntkr if S .nth Carolina will make a -peecb on the -ul ieit n bibly Saair- dij in wbieb bo will Inn tbo ebjeet of Ins lull recently introdui 1 appropriating ernmeii nn ncj i ,1 iti 11 THK SILCOTT QL Tl e question is to w hetht r i r not tbe niem- fccrs of the house shall reu ihurse thtmseUcs f .r tlit Sileatt ilefvkation will c ime ThLmijirity of t'ie tion c in mtu o will bin _ rep rt I 105 >s- ing i iltlieiene> appi ij.nation t> relmlmrsc the me nhers ileh d g Holmon an 1 "Vfr Hempbill, of Soutli t ir bna, members of the committtc are opposed to tl Hempliill tbinki tl e matter should go to tbo court of claims, wb le Mr Holrnaii says tbe loss should fill on the members He is cocked and primed, a 'iglit on this question and if hf JSiaracterizes it as a salary grab the majority of members 1 1 e ul l in 1 i k! It btius thit thiie l 'i "n ii 111 it In ilil t nf tint isl in I 1 ,1 1 1 N In Iml "I tl i MiH'-n I M i> HI' -11 l -ix in t h 1 mil- t inn in 1 itikt is u 1 sill 1 i n I u n r ll- I tii.ll mil S t'ri t i i nun i t f tin l rn in fn 1 ir th t I ut 1 inr d ti 1 NminiU r 1 ith I- f r l 1 on lint in 1 IS sill (t th il ii n in l "is iml Ml inline tll 1, 1 t i ur it t i (ri il nn rti, ol cu- iiieimi t tl e i-l mil f ilia 1, t l m 1 H t tt it til In tin n ,i i pvints u I th film nl onllti n i 1 u l n l-i m it. n re thin pr il in il in i -1 un will If ille i i, l ti t i It i i th l tin IIIIIH 11 t wh, II tll J I l 10 ll u 1.1 n il 1 tli l 1ml f I ill l his Inn tl in- r, I Hi u n i nt ol tl III m m mil n b it ..............i lie mi; tho mini, irs One (rv disc friend iml SMIIP ithm r of the lllus- rnms cluef, who mm tb vii uiv llMilg per is icqnuii id with NIC pohtl. ll md n lift if tin, due-aid will direct tbo ipe iml jincrillj intiKsehim ilf in tl it portion f thi pnposol worthwhile bis co-l ihi ler is n pei Us f r Ins btelli> u romplisme ntt, in 1 his pm tn il ixpeiuiiee in the art of book nikin the wolk will be ul nntte 1 to i iinmbi r i f the most intimate in 1 ti usl i irtbl fi i i Is "f i into ml tin iounlilv leliibl. portmal ,f thecl m tel if him all otl cu of his tinn mill i lllf 1 1 tint it he i .ittui k 1 (II n (II HIS III'K k extent! Uiiy, nor in inabee -if sin em only suc  tin' in a mea-un some of thost mole p, i ilsiiife it.in sot Mi mss Chirac t r i hn h -he thinl s 1 ai i ml be' u s i rfcncl i n h rst i d shtwill h IM entwined in und v wicalh whiLh 1 i him would bo v u i] t il le mil I her a most l re tiii ii' lit r' Mis JI I IMS is so f n un (bio to stit s i i in 1 n i k ..HI hut to it- l ul 'i iTt n ml this w.ik she int. nils to hue 1 iM.iiis t ,hir dip., ire 1 n 11 wluiislewill I >m 1 ei d i Miss inmi the tinn of this c iitem pi in il UlplsIlM 1 t r tin l ul> part nf Mu tftli insintMii tli publK n u i mt lintly .MK.'.ohxM .h. i...k i i ks Illl I I I '1 THI PI HI I tf u i t tl t xtli -r Mi the ,1 H us i Ui n 4 f pulili i, T the ik i 1 diiLft un ust tnd en tho 1% of 1 i-> uit( inn it Mr-i DIMS fttl injv i-mt sh. siul t! IILI of 1 Si Itl. 11: I t tv nt 1 1 th l i-rpuinto lu il t thus ii t rl m tli tli i I i rim ij Ii" 1' t r ill i t x n, n I n th.. -u U x r n hti I th MU-ISI nU ntrir> t  its n st L w ls xhilnti I in Oik uis in 1 tl i tlio me s nth on tint t  tht FlIII IlHJtS VMJ IN II T1MORK B vi riMouf- Jinnirv La is sj K id br idcas-t thr the citj 1 hen is no th ni statement as jot to tlie minilnr of rasr but c ounting in not well defined it t u kssou ms s tint there ne ot least hft> thins ml pcrs( ns xtl ictcd with it THE ATLANTV GI He Cannot GITC a Bond, and Goes to Jail. DALLAS Ga Januarj 6 fSpecia' "Walter E Dale is behind the bars of Pauldiug county jail Slesars F H Davis George P Horton and H Deahl, North Carolina, and Mr John M George and Dr E II Greene, of Atlanta, arrived m Dallas Sunday uight at 8 55 morning the superior court of Patildmg county com ened, Maddux on the bench ery soon after the grand jurj were charged and had retired to their roe in Tin abine named gentlemen i] peared ehirgn g Mr Dale alias J O II Nutill, HKhbi_inu The J foul d i tr e bill alwut At i II) Mr D lie afeompimid by I la-st wife whoiii ho manitd in Dtllas ami child and an otiitr armed on the trim Itwillb, rfcinembored tint Mr wa br. to Dalli-s dunn_ IHcuinhcr wan  f tiif uJn iitn-s in 1 is st i T ui DalliMiitlu f O t r M 11 h Sheriff M Mild i f tbe-.t ilus f t llinmisiii Mr Dali att >n i> Ml irr I an 1 rliiim 1 that tl c nire-st w is (hmand, d the releise Judgi M id Ii x nliid (f Mr Dib I it societ. thrdii h llio ul 1 1 ne -oine'hi] t d with the xtTui lln b n 1 w i-, u, i 1 his hoiu r t -1 "0" v h h tlu l r nor w is m t al le tt D lie ro 1 U i taken t sc Tins vr bcfue i irru d to liil AIjs Iur in ti r l hn thAlhu would h m. t f, Snntli the IIH Un r of his bnki dmn f nill.'iH MIL ping liittcrh Mi Dili ism t null bit ui mista' ibli _ ml Ins i-o. lit in HTM uliHiin i ill r lit nn 1 bi snu 'lit lu i t ir nhiluitot M- mil s 111 t 1 im ft on in oiilv is c i Mr is ir iw nts h s i i il It his b MI n nn town th it "Mi iM t siff mi h r s mt i l pn tt-% sun t'i i M It IS 'H t ome to tn U In ilUd piol i ten if ity i- li J ill THE NEW COUNCIL. If l S 4 fff- JJ I- SS A GRAND SHOWING FOR THE cm of tin Old Council and tho. of tin Ntw Tlie Coiu- i ift, n in m i in the 'h Mivor i n, mi. in ed and the geiuri1 c H. TMe took i AL 1 h u the i tn< wen s w n li iss nu s ii irk, v lit 11 tlu iljuirn 1 1 int.! i_ i n n 1 Uf- t heir ll i i f M i I, nn tlu if .11 1 c f the h H 1 lln i i u ot Hit otl ILIS llu I i 1 i uij- inu ctinnnill i s li l 111 r A II i rta 111 1 a nirinlK f tl I r I u i tirs viliill >r I'r 1 II Illl tho Us tiii in 1 f r U list Lime ri.ni irk, 1 Hi i r 1 c m i w il I in t rdcr, is, llu. in, n f ll 111 U I k i un I IM 1 i n n_i i i u iud J.HH i nu i U u s, t il i nn f ll r 1 1 tho m t k i t b i 1 r 1 i lit lint lln isi Illl c lilt "11 is, l V.1 i t Mr mit i "ist, luim tb it li< -innstiut n s. s i n tilt in on 11 sun .f his uh ntitv n.l Cl ill Ail f llu ii t let him of llu. unm with hn li lu lsclnr_'< ,1 M ist of the Tl ill is opinion tint I'lh is u l d L to of the Oo up T4CKSON AT crati il The muniti pil clc< lion beret lu "huh bis it trirt, d so inuth intLlt till lit tll, stlte pxssctl i IT quitth let fu h ami rtsnlU-1 in to the <1, nu cnt c Jim ami f, r tins jrlorioi s rt suit t lit. t ihe sin pithi uul 1 i t, i L ml i( n bi oiir is fr in (litTcitiit portions of tUo ktato, and osi l ilh do 0 OVrF A UI 1 1 OF t, our frn nK in I< f I' '.rfnuli 111 1 M, nt- (.omirj cotuitits mil o'lui ,li is IT h. in feclhsh in 1 h ill f n aim, r in thcj (ontnlmtt 1 ill in tliur p i I u 1 m n "n t tin supiti lacj f ihur i 1 tl t r ill It v is l i< i irk iblt crmlft bpnnst rf tie rsist, nt cIToit of th  arrij the IKTII ill t vi list tb, Mint, p, 1 h lint it fulfil L firopoiio cnncliis 11 but tbe tie, ifftctne and cniph itir m mm r in vbich tl WPIL bta'  all the tkmocr Uit ildt rnien ere e ecti d to intl UK of in xs the husband SIIC1DE 15y into ami blashhig His a 3: izor st 1- h minin th I I I 11 U -M 11 lilt 1 111 Itl '11 111 I st itc di jJTTtinonr in 10 ii i! U tin -t n vti 11 th. t tik i be di emed pi undtr the eucimi IIR Mi 1  m thcr rn ftntcnnf; tlit iti in The tin s.rret no om lut dufttirs being idimttod ,r n -idn ittcd t the i iition l.alti with the tonditu n iJ-.( ci-xtt in -hould 1 t- composed nf twrHt, TIN I'll Tti  be M ashiiigton New irk or '1 A T iriff Oecinion vs-niNt >nnr> I an opmmn rrn ell km t iteilu ff customs lt............mrthohl-tlut silk and cotton nb i IIM ishattrimminps are dum -M. _> tr tent r tlit, proMr-ion in Uiriff r t f jr hit-- iiul '0 pf r rent nnder the i r MS P ia rials Is a r-nnii .unit ment will the THEM ON "N T J iu i iry Tvniffen, (i-lnnl  pi t rt sumini noil ind h id no ti m nif, tin tiou of llic n tnidioil Tho c it in tlio tlin it is f mr inrliLs 1( but tlio Is 111 tlit wnit m m tat ill Mil Owniff the lirpi noss f thi. do of aconite it a< tod is in cniLtie iml vi is all thrown oil Dr Kiiiffdi is out dinner tried to kill himself be t ho-n is distressed it the strong tido of public feeling v- lam______ There May Be a jTiiuirj I corrf1 iiltnt fi-vs in Tlurmtclr tn the inirqnia t wiidelncrfd It 1x that this n. U threiuns that un c'-s pr .iupt s ui-J-ir is given f r Si.rpi t riott s action th( re will be in imniLili Uc rupture of dij U in itn relations Hit- cabinet nnniediitelj smunionetl Forfelteil Fr is unt of the Lom! T.IU bLcmnt a of the siipir trust mrt fii ds tint joining: the trust tho rmnpam il and Hied all tho pnrpo ind ob 1 i-- thi-rcf rt rleittd its corporate friin for S5 000 is also rendered against the coinn in> TEl.Jfc.OK -il'H BKFA TTIES. 1'ierro Spreads the (.lory of All uita In Pitts hurg TITTSBUKG, Pa Jaiiuarj 0 rirrn bhuiy i 1 ronch fil iss worker who came in fn m Atljnti G i n st >p n f> with Joseph Kihini en the ulh suit Ht is in PiUsburg for tho pmp< se of sonic ikillel gl usb hlowtrs to soutliwith lutn Anrther lirpe gliss factory will be  at7 30 p m Tlie candidates .r of the telephone -iaa gone to Canada leaving a small ehortapje in bis accounts Tl-e company ts protected by an bond In the American Surety company The Lee Deimng Gtoeerv company of St. Loals, yestcnlay confeased judgment m favftr of Julias Wolf, of New "iork, in AttachmeDta were alno filed acamst ihe firm for small amounts. assets Tnc Xcw Town Attracts the Attention of Capitalists. T'IFDMONT, Ala Junuiry 6 The and Improvement com janj one hundred anil twenty-five thoua ind dollirs of real estate today cistern capita! ists tilting thirty thousand A bank of one lnuidn d thoubind dollars oaptt U -was organ- izt d today, stock was all taken it will go into business at once The company has sold twobundred and seventy thousand dollars, worth of property iu three dajs George O Vanderbilt and party, of New Jcrse> ami PluJadelphia are here Declared a Dividend. "Nrw January G The of the and Nashville company declared a stun annual of three per cent on tlie stocn on that eompanv The Btateinent for sis m >nths, ending December 31 1880 bhow-s t.ross e innngi 904 9i3 an increase of mer the corresponding period of the preceding jear operatmg expenses 55 01C21J an increase o U3 net earnings, "14 an increase of S 05-} ToU.1 income applicable to dividends 81 an increase of S7W 767 The amonnt charged to the dmdend just declared ts 3o4 leading a surplus of operations of sis months of Sale of Factory. COLT. MBLS, GA January 6 [Special This afternoon a number of gentlemen went to Hamilton to attend the sale of the Alabama lant Mr and Georgia Manufacturing company's pl Colonel N J Hammond, of Atlanta, and T Huguley, of "W Point, were among the jiujnber A Baltimore Blaze. BUTTMORE, Jannaxj 6 store of Jobnson, dealers Jn notions and white goods. was burned tonight about 11.30 o clock The fire started In the cellar from a furnace, and quickly ran through tbe whole building Tbe stock, was valued at was very badly dam- aged by fire, smoke and water, and the loss wil probably reach Insurance on the stocl building was only slightly damaged r mt me 1 is tlie chit f of p< l t is th mjit tl will M. w Iiu u ti m i rorof p. 'gnunt ind r mdt inn thr it ISP, ind w irri him is to tl fnt irp 11 Pt S, uhh. is consideral Ij intcieste 1 ab tut th ,iatt< J our to HauR A.LFIGK C h Vmernor t w le t xlij issuo I tl. ith warranU or the exr (Ution of the following Criminal' ,lanU Aiikoj col ,rc 1, of .met for the murder of C am ILLS I Y._ hmjtinp him with a hhot gnu lobn iN n of f r tie murkrof J e four u n arc U be h-IIIM -ebiuin, 7th Ml had ip, he d tlie suprern onrt which ifhnned C d( c sum of the sup nor c irt ilson v a-s drank at tlie time h commuted the cnau _______ Saved from the OallowB CoLi-wniA S C Janu-irj ndtalvinCla-vburno two emitted nVrPpnteiKP d u. ni b tl. i l in >n uthf il I f ihe sh th ii u i 1 t 1. eif 'm l t' tin h n i f c i ii L i r i tho tntlil f U i U I'1- w r' llk at 1 of f r thf un f >nn k n n i 1 tour- t >ou I sh wn n e M M i MIII- his IK i 11 i on. I n t n c .cinmthitl icrf jrmcl mv d i tha n. t of ui> n dutli tl er )uir 1 of ISS I nirned 1 1 ire w is a cr n u n jii JIL tin cl in U r as x n bu- mo-.  fr in th r Id .j] 1 I'K in1 c li L n i I ui. ruth mn ti will i h w >me t >nlcr. Clerk c Ul r 11 Mr iri nil. 1 1 r> r 11 n ng ith Air we 1 sin r il Ii r i ii i i with Mr K i jum r t MUK 1 i n fiom thi war! 1 1 n i is iu r IIM from Mr K I I a r fi ni Mr Kinn t Ummg 1 In tti r was i i 1 It i i- ATI v lu 4 IRrt fn ir r I rr irrot tllAt 1 V. 1 I M i rir-t h I lit i 1 fill Ii H H. r lunlr nj.ll t tl l x si rtci T! ff itnu ni 11 I t t f T mi i t-ik ni- 1 u TU t M in t. In- h In a.rr-iii 11 i t M f.inii t h I- I hti t i ii ir J" "T r. t Mi n I l t i t) t l) Uiit n J ft llu tw a n r Mr lieinhai'lt mic f Tlie gfnt (men ilvinr fn.nt f Miv T mi Bible han led tl n II I iiu iliein i pij er u] r wr'tteii i-tv i ll Aidt rman I fam w tli tin AMerniiti P< in5 ness d mm n I in J'y tlio timn hf I Krfiwir H wi Then tlu i pealing the fralli s tunifd I ll ir lirly n y it riK I At- l 1 i id 11 I inr l tho 1 1 1 in lod v J !HCH f r ti w 1 xb 1 t' I Hi it m 1 AS 1 i ME. -1 i f i n i M i 1 in 1 rcr- l I v ro- i i j br his arn On t enu ad In f n T w i lit ii i itlant 1 -T a" l to hav exctutwiipx i muted to life jmi I 3 Govern Etlefiarl soil todai Kev Henrj D Howren In Ouitman 3LITMAV. CIA Januarv D H-.wrfii the formM joarnalist lectured tonight with marned effeet Ma' and rcciati-se in tomorrow night -lienee He will Bpea.k The Burned. Too Mm Tan c epreial pmh with eighteen halc-s of r  tire last Across the Continent W S Orad> r XJHI 225 in-K nbf d on the Kiml all short J after I o clmk Mr who the on'j brother of the !a mented Henry Grady naa at his irx.m after he had retired, complcteij frjm lufe long journey I have rrosfed tbe continent Raid he to br-rae acam I had been nt hunting In Montana the dav that I tbe nian accont of brother s illneBH I started for home at once The dispatch sent me failed 1 it r m n i tli  a a in the extreme n northwest for f onr or five years, and showa mistakeable evidences of the rough life In that n, although his face S as He nSy remain In Georgia, or fetontothewest. He was not this morning what he would do. spend some t fnitianta. 1 it v th an rt. nM i r i -''nt d'1 it t w i n tho-isjind d' II iru nvrt Jii twr-np mini n? rn .nth wt v 'd a.. TUT) u for r d ir] n f on thAt Th l- tl.- 1 t at j or Iri to that rr 'i r- it l- 1 nl modest wbj i5.j WSPAPER   

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