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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               PRICE FIVE OL. ATLANTA, GA, FRIDAY MOVING, STRAE SPEECH. SUGGESTS THE TORCH AND DAGGER Yleambv Vih.iri They Can Gam Their BlB'it" Ho Is Applamlea by the tlu Oallery. T I imiarv c. il ]-Tl, it r, irka! le spec, b m bv. Senator f35 i-, i liv Hi bolh vnth ind intii 1H I'k sonth n loving (inbiiie 1 t e il p- that arc 11 w 1 i I niadi jOSt t. A hramle naUona Ho quoted frnm vil ar, in Hi It f tlie bitpl sell it r w torn I" Se t, I u I men IP ptln f "1 p. U< 1 unl mil nul tlio 1 uU a 1 in i i tin r ni-t nit h s t, an 1 thin t tftip tl" irt it i 1' ld brawu H< w 11 l.utit-B.- upcerli will IH. ill rt itecimnu nt C- nn "It f l' 1 d for (plhei PI I'" utt< i incc i t UPS P-S ritlur Ilio 1 nt< r is, n bis CHS 11 I wil n unclc.l (1 the iiuist IP  !i k iml umlittu faces rt speech daring the M hull Mr llntrhtsaid I ste another and a bright vision before my friit be i >ibiun, but! cherish it I see one asc onieder-ition etrett Vms from the f north to the glowing Houth. and from the vl'd bit lov-B of the Atlantic to the calmer waters of the 1'ip ilU mini and I see one people one language one law ar-d one t nth and all wide con- tinent. the homo of freedom and refuge for the (PIPJ ressed of eiery race and climb Mr Jngails prticoeded tin the threshold of our second ccnturj WP are confronted with the moat formidable and tiom problem submitted to a free people for soluti tompltx irif; ao cl il moral an 1 political p 8U uremacv and in the estimation of mam (th uph not in exisuiue of our system of nient Its solution will demand all the cs and stuir.li uiship of present and of the luture to i rism that may Tpecoint i eatat-trophe It shou 1 bcipproachcd with eamU r with solern mn with a i atnotic pnrpppse with st rn tmi, with mt subterfup-e andwithout me st PU it in the language of one of the in pst 1 rilliint nl ail if, rt mat, dleel I limn utlieni tin t the eli rk (.ra, I ct lui HO the fli. ted in Jhssissipm, and the perpetrators go unwhipt of justice HOE'S PUKfFR IBI K TO MIHSISSIPPIAI.S. said I was not m faror of the ifncanizatton of this continent, or any part of it But, if the methods of the Chalmers campaign nd of Hie meos o Jackson campaurn, and of the proceedings at Aberdeen, arc illustrations of the temper and spirit and purpose of the people of that state tow ird the pen ornment of the United States and to its t itizenn I would a thousand fold prefertrjat rood of that state should be occupied by an n rather than bj those who at present in- Afncai hatut It oth l t in irh f ril i ni the S' 'Tl -i P r lm, ii i On the tl.por vv vs marl} nt r Inns i hundred r, ire-. 1eni i r its in. k, vi, e HIM iu, IP lu u tl, u K M- in r i sihil nit ipl ear m on tli ll o f k uul f r tl es cr) pm llO IN gr, tin n ti 1! opi 1 1 h-, i n  nous meteor disappeared from the laimnt 'Mr then upon sent desk and had read an extra, t fr mi .ration before tho lloston chamber of e and then went on to lav HI ,.JVK1 SOMT HCIl KKS st a, the -intlunetic of tl is problem tn w, re In tbe I luted '-t ites t 1 in WXI aud free 111 there were r 5SO increase vvhnh (1 Sly n nassin can only be accounted for on the prin ipli. or ipiemeditated and mtemioiiil fraud on 1 At the closoof this ecuturv pr 1 ahlv there will n ,t be less than r 000 ot the bla, k iid colored ra, e on this ccuitiii, nt The pro! still further com] Incited 1 T the tint thev aie Kregiri HIS sepir ite the ins, Ives into their own comiiiui.ities tl, th, ir wn habits their own their mimth dsol life They worship separately Thev ire t PI litsepariti.lv The line nt cleav betwuiitLe whites and 1 U, ks IB coil p-uuit v n le distinct and perc, ptil lt There ii u, ither uu Ue in, iti n nur ihsorpti n nor assim iti i l.lmcillv the; arc -iltdi ittd with the vut r, ill tin I iti eivil vvir illv all 1 I 1 alltv and residence the> ire issKiatid th u 1111 h, d Will an ex] failed elsewhere succeed heie It zcnsof the I r" on to say that race antagonism applied oulv to the eolorcd man m the south when he oe- Mrcd to votetbe repubhcau ticket If the colored there were all democrats, the race question "'i'our'Sirotions of the problem had teen m stcd emiirnition. extermination, ab'orptioli, ami1 dislraii, Iiiscmeiit-butthere was mill a nfUl wl.iton ivhichhad never been tried, and that so- lutmn i. jubtlee 1 api eal to the south (heie3t- ci in id tofv the cv-iiiriment of juitiee Btais v.ur in boxes, rcfrister Tour andwhite and if alter the experi- ment iut- been fiirly and hoiiestlv tried, it appears ,Y fn, e Is in, enable of civilization that til" i ___ HE SPATNHIS FACE. A TERRIFIC EXPLOSION THE KILLIMG OF CARROLL. Carroll Insults Hon. Barnes and Leaves His Beturu Reed Barnes Shoots Him. iHaHllittlueoi bv imhan sun is inc. ".UcVre mv-eir to c. nsS t with 5ou about some burnt upon p itible w.th freedom, I .c mnumrr t M IMIIS the nco problem But nntdl then, can done ftiKnsh.p of the negro nm-t be al -oliitelv "gbt u, th tint Ins I n the Hack d Stilts on terms the t miasiin rail t n .1 DouKlas the ercpresentative of the negro ra( e ,it pohtleil equa.lit> it n it v hj mi greater11! thin'k "y.'his tau, asian re iiilorcement than Irt his ilrican blood) once sa.nl to me that he thimitht as preiudlie and social and an itisaipearod, the raws wi.nld blend eoales, e ind bee homogenous l do not airree with him v flicre is n p 11 ituril affinity be tieen th, races. This soluti ii >l the. problem is, inn ossil.le Th" relations the seas in time of sliver, were compulsory 1 ho hvbrid was th  The origin of the trouble is as follows About a month since Carroll approached Augustus Barnes, m the othce of the probate judge, where the latter had just concluded i speech Carroll commeiiceel to abuse him in severe terms, and went so fir as to attempt to spit 111 his faee All the time the conversation was in progress Carroll kept his hand in his hip pocket, and more than once usked Mr Barnes if lie was prepared to Caused by a Sparfe from a Cigpirette Setting Off Dynamite. CHAKLOTTP, N C Jai.uarj 23 >.ews is received here today of a fatal explo- sion in county yesterday, in -nhich nve men were killed arid a dozen wotmded A squad of railroad hands were working on an extension, of the Cape Fear and Yadkm Val- lej ra.Iroad, in the lower portion of that countr They were preparing to make a heavy blast, which was expected to tear up a big rock A tremendous hole had been driven in the rock and tiv o kegs of dynamite had been placed in it Ueorge Heudjjj, a laborer was preparing to adjust tbe fuse at the same tame smoking a cigarette, from which a spark dropped and off the powder It was all done in m instant and no one had time to escipe The explosion roire.l like a dozen cannons It not onlj burst up rock, but it also tore up iifteeii feet of the deep cut Five unfortunate workmen -were sent whirling into thea r ruling on largo pieces of the broken loik among rtjiug earth A others were knocked tbout and par tiallv buniMl miller the falling dirt W hen the smoke of tho blast cleared awav it was found that live hid been killed T.S follows George Samuel I ules lliomas Ernorv, Joseph Falls and Eugene Moore Twelve others were wounded, but onlv three v orj serious AGAIN. Eight Passenger Trains Blocked in Oregon Klizyarel in the eat. TAfOJiA, iPib.ini.ton Tanuar} 23 first tram in ten elajs over the 1 mon Pacific railrepad arrived here vestcrdav morning Passengers re port a smivy hi kade near liaker lltv OreR, u where eif-ht passenger trams were snowed m the first one liav i IK been caught Sunilav a week a_, Tlie passenger-, report a terrible exiieneme three tiers, us h ivnv died duniifr the blockade and a minibei of women and children beinKtak.u -11 k THE SOCIALIST BILL THE EXPULSION CLAUSE REJECTED The Second Reading the BUI Fixed Next and of Interest PII 1-itil as ululteiatl i K mil d unit Ij i ll mill in P us mete. 1 i tl! ...thi -u tlurn nt Ik hid ill d dazzling (hint -t tin i wliii-li he I f r-rt c tlult i h j unit.} homiM tnl from me a mts- trom hi-- cm w litre ll but it rtathcd I- o 1 vU e to him Now ht, hi-  Vf r m 1 In r f. mi 5 t" in Jiiul ho s. r k i LI tt the c pr .ft of N  Crisp tool-- arcmnd a petition to tins effect today, which vv is sillied by 111, democrats I 111 V VV1IT BLOCK, IF NFCfc-SSART If Mr (_ arlislc reportb to tho caucus his be luf that Mr Keed is mmeiessarily delaving tho rules thoii it is the object t f tho domc- n-its to f, ico them to hi ing in rules, or else block lei_isl itioii until they do so Mr iiltdi apicared before the judiciary oinnntti o to H-v m fav or of his bill to change Iho dito of presdoutnl inaUBiiratlolis from tlio 4th of Mirch to the first Weduesdaj in March He thinks it vvlllbe fStiiriblj leportod V S.UK murossman Foi no} of tlic Alimstoii A-la- bimi ihstnet isvinill He h is in ittai k of -IIP with compiH ition ai 1 his friends are d receiving no othe nded bv their fello trim, bringing a Urge quantitj ot deiaved attention than that e passengers arrived last ev ning Ihej hi ott. with tlieir THE JACKSON ELKI "MON Mr went on to speak of the sletermina nation of the t. nth to eliminate the negro as a facteir from its political and social historv and quoted evidence on that point from democratic newspapers and democratic politmans He sent ".the i lerk s desk ind had r, ad extracts fr ,m the clanon just before the elcc- u< n-ev.iitn.il daj- ago in which the interroga ti m ho e ires The Bolton bojs will be hero Mondav there will he a lair election was re united i down times tho only .inference being tlie name of the companies to be there was .hanged When the last interrogation was read, Mr Wills said They were all there, amid luighte: pinevvlnt a'lrmei! at Ins condition __ Mr C.miller todav had T listen Whechell, of (.iiusvillc appoint, ,1 a cadet to the, mill- tars academy it West I'omt ___ B B THK HOISE IN COMMITTEE. Considering the Customs Bill. IBHINT r, N, Januirj Dalzell of reiinGvIvani-i, from the committee on elections, submitted the re] ort of that committee on the ontisted  frunl in ni pins rRount.1 '.ooiirroi latir there wnuld bo armed collision lictweiii tin racis The south is standing up n a Ihe south ,3 sitting m, isilptv v ve rheic arc I rcedlnp innumcri u III wusand Sat lurmn Aliildyinut ds utiiit ofhistile oifrmizations ire rh u t F the t, re l and dipke-r is ad Idepl ml lnnsf.i.lismj juilfc.I saj p' il tl the e ,l_s and injustice whHli have 1 ut up, n the o! the IP itb uitn, ut revolution and blood iilau ti u n uroes in the gallerv eti.iidiiit of the colored lace his been be il all praise They hav e been patient the} the} have been do. He to the eonstruetion of public buildings by co: Referred THI- CI STOMS AHMIMSTR V.TIVE DILI The house then went into committee of the whole Mr Hiirrowa of Mulligan in the chair on the customs administrative bill The I ill having been read at length Mr WcKm lev the 1 ill as the title Indicated, was purely in ulministrative bill and was not intended to ses the same r ite of Autj on goods brought hrre in a damaged con diti 11 as on goods in a perfect condition Mr Melvmlev said that an administrative bill was ah solut. Iv ueeessirj for the honest administration of law TUP COST OF PACKING Mr Dinglev of Maine, contended that it was just md e putable that the cost of a package which was necessary to fit goods for transports tion should be taken into consideration in the ap prime mint of the v line of the goods Mr Hreckmridge of Kintiicky argued that the cfuct of the bill would be to increase in every wav the protection which was already granted to tht domestit manufaetnrer On motion of Mr Tost of Illinois an amend meiitwas idopted providing th it invoices shall he produced te. the United states consul vi, e consul l.r rcial agent of the consular dlstru t in which the merehandise was manufactured or pur- defines more clearly the elements f ost to be ascertained bv the appr user hen it is found Inii racticahle otherwise to raise the v line of the merchandise elei his cheek CARHOLL I.F ES TOWN After attempting to hnd Carroll at the tune it was agreed upon to let the matter dr  stated to tho jury imparmoled that the do- ceased come to his death by a pistol ball, and then the deceased was cairicd to the court house, where an mqiiest will bo held tomor- row, as stated The enure city regrets the occurrence on Mr. -Barnes's account, but, to use the language of a bystander "A dangerous and desperate mail has met his just deserts SMivv iiovv FRVINS Bt si TratKin! (al January storm COITI menred igain vest, rdtv morning the wand blew aguealleU) At bumniit and I. ISC the snow fall is reported the heav lest of an) daj since it bieau It was snowing and blowing hard at the mountains last iiiueh as possible CHK N IlKLOVV 7tllO lamtarj from many Wisconsin Iowa and Illinois, report lercurv vcsterdav reached the lowest that p lint so far this winter ranging in different sc rrom ten to tblrtj six below zer the I ittei re, ordcd at Ilia, k Kiv-rr Fa January 2.! t oiisiderition of iha sociabst bill vxs coiitiuued in the to- daj After much debate tlie house adopted tho elmenth thirteenth and nt clauses of tlie measure Dunup the discuss-oa interior dcrlircdthit ihe Ciause for a declftnition of t m nor suite of v> here and w tr ti p p n tniTiient deems expedient TI js indispensable and urgently necessary The period of ra- tinn of tlie measure hesiid, should not IK, re- st n  a of to 111 In the i ote upon expulsion tl e con- ca asamyt the motion to omit that tlaii.se but explained th-U tliej wonld ac- quiesce in omission if the ernnieiit did. Tlie third reading of the bill is fixed fnr Sit- urdaj next Shoul 1 the c rnnicnt then in- sist upon the expulsion clause it is IT pert oil tliat the reirlistaj: will rejiot the bill as the coalition agiinst it is apparently nsoliita to be ercome _ The Pope In Good Health Ko-wt Januarr The rum r wideiv rnrrpnt that the pope had sudilenlj Uit d pr ves t h it e bern entirely unfounijetl His he iltli is admn-tble and at the time tlir r was K-imini. strength in pissing fr 'in ni mth U> in HI tit thnmph thetitv Mt ing 'l special audience to a. numljer of prmniieut prelates AKfeEMC IN THI- MINE At Attempt to Poison Chat t Anoofja- J tlie [rrc.iU.at lo< i! seiihati n-. w for dn" i Mrs Harriet I quietlj the fu  last eight days during win win h h us n. is the aUimpt U> tfide U-st in rase bet u ktpt f Uu simt until that Urn bio anil that deti t It au- Mr Intralls-w r-atural of its course towarel the eol Despotism be said makes nihilists ed neop'e I ie'tardv and slow it mav lie, but inexorable rel. rftlcss llehmd the vvrongdoer stalks the of thi ___i, nts (according to the bill) is a reasonable profit upon the total cost Mr Hretkinridge of Arkansas considered this the appraisement his merchandise may ask for move to extend this limit to ten davs Rejected Mr Breckmndge of Arkansas attempted to have the Hunt at five but a motion to that effect was also rejected On motion of Mr andler of Massachusetts an .cimment was adopted providing that the own ALABAMA KMGHTS OF LABOR. Second Day's Session ot tlio Convention at Mobile. MoniLF Ala Januar) 2J ]_Tlie an nual convention of the state assemhlv of the Knights of Labor convenetl on its second session this morning at the hall of Mechanic s Steam Fire companv Ivo T Resolution! were passed indorsing the resolutions passed at the convention held in St I ouis in DC, tmber and especially that one relating to memlwrs of legisla live bodies acting independently of cau cusses Ti support Knights of Labor in Baldwin countv and to assist them in soliciting the co (per ition ol the Florida state ansemhlv to adv ocate the pas- soire ot mining and ventilation bills, in favor ot curtailing the hours of labor and bringing pay davs closer together adv ocating the enactment ol a law requiring that hereafter ill I ills proposed in the legislature shall h ive atta, lied theret the name of the member filtering such bill and in case anv of such bills beeome a law the name of the pr >poser of 6UCl> law shall remain att idled to It, expressing Rvmpath> for and extending co operation to the farmers alhame in its endeavors to bring about a reform of the present unjust conditions Asking the Co operation of all kindred associations in the state in reference to united politu al aiti, n The following officers were elected Dennis Conning of Connellsville state master w jrkman E J i.rove of Mol lie state worthy f, reman T H "White of Hirminfrham state secretary and treasurer I C M, Nultv state statistician The conventi in then adjourned to meet in Clinton, oil J ulj Oth A> WORK. Mr. James Kedpatli and His Labors on the "Ufe of Jefferson Davis NFW Oni tAxs Januar) 21 our correspondent chatted with Mr James Itedpath at the St horles hotel todav just before he took the evening train forBeauvoir Miss Oie home of Mrs Jefier-on Davis where he will spend three or four mouths Mr Redpath is an interesting talker notwith standing a I hysieal and conv ersed freelv on all topi, 8 He is now connected with Helfird the New ork publisher who hap on hand the publication of a short history of the confederate states bv Jefferson is and a Life of Jefferson Davis bv his wife Mr Red path who is a literal-) expert and stenographer spent all last summer with Mr Davis at Beauvoir and assisted him m preparing the manuscript for the historv which is now being stereotyped Mr Davis Lagan ail autobiogranhv but only finished the first chapter Mr Redpath will assist Mrs Uavis in the c impletion of the work and the two books will then be published simultaneously HIS SE4SOX CIXJSED. _. ____ ay for the ......h hloekade on the tn and ealilorma and (Ircgon line has continued. South, ru Pan he officials hay, fe'lt hopeful that the following dav would see the block ide raised 1 resh st inns, have ome how ever ind the tracks have been in snow almost as soon as cleared No attempt will Ipt niaele to move two west bound trims at Truckee nor lour at Iteiio as the eomlort ol p isfengers can he 1 joked for better at these places than at anv other point in the mountains The 1 loekade at Cascade w mild prevent the passage of triiiis at this point even if it was desired to move ttinu______ SLtEPING ON THfclK ARMS Military Guarding Apalachicola-Arrcst of tho ArALAe-nicoLA, Ha, January 23 Dscam lua Rifles arrived last night, thirty seven strong Guards were posted throughout tho town and ever) white man not on duty slept with arms within reach Tl-irt) five ring leaxlers of the negro strikers w ere arrested toda) but tbe chief one lu s V. Thomas lannit be found One neirro was shot today while fleeing from arrest The trial ol some of the prisoners commenced this afternoon Intense excitement prevails imonghoth whites and bla, ks n are violent in denuueiation ot the action f the whites and are thronging the stre, ts Citizens are worn out with fatigue hut feel confident that the situation can be mastered It is generally be lieved that the arrest of the ring leaders will have a nii.etliic alfc, t, but some think the negroes will att, un t to make further trouble tonight The whites are well prepared and this f ict it is hoped will hive a restraimiigjnrtueriie upon the negroes Arrest of JJesperadOCR. CATI FTTSUI no Kv January iv e di sjpcrate chanuters were arrested Tuesda) night ior the murder, Sunda) night, of Constable Robert lusilj it work up tlie matter ]iears that on last iv Mrs a J rn ite him he >n to her rttnKhwrmliw SK Olenn and C hartie M hftcsicit at hi r resnlen< r TV ol liurc street During the luncheon Mrs ordered out T bottle f old winf th it had n m house for her use t< r a muni er of ar- Tlio waspr IK en  ery much tlio and no groat damage wa>   ha-d u< t the remotest ninon The only conclusion was trutt SOUM Lad entered the riWe probabh in mjcht .time. and the dangerous wounding of his wife in 11 vandotte county West Virginia flu ir names are John and Dell Mc< ,.v Hue lami-on (.ark lowler ami rteorge Redding The morning ifter th, ir dime a s'roii" f, r, e of av, ng ng pursuers started out to capture them Their h prses tra, ki were followed t, w ird the mountain Iput the trail was lost e. mtcd Deputj M ushal obtained a clew to th  1, ,at on a tug I ranch of At midnight the marshal and posse secured the five men as tiiey slept although eai h belt full of revolve] the w-ine left Ui tlie bott'e placed It in hands of Prof H Vlalderlck analytical i h n when the carriage li bv a train on the Danbur) and N >rwaU railr, ail n, ar South K ilton station Both wire latillv hurt (UIlAro Jaiinar) 23 -Mr and Mrs hr.denck 1'avne were killed thin afternoon while mi th. way to witness the interment of their live child in Rose Hill cemetery driver of their carriage and Mrs I'lrogil was m the carnage were ata. killed near tha c  to the Seaboard Hie AtluiLi railroad fnmi N >rf ilk f Dan.illo f nrnrh opt nod 1 v fial ex nr 1 n.uiW alfiiff U' Hn rx? Konnan of tonight received a letter from a Siberian whirh was covered with postmarks addresses and which had evidently traveled a clandestine route to rcich him comprising :r only but enough J isfactmu that the rumored iie-s Hu--8i3n rr- at fact Keniian this not the tirbt information he has the same nature and tliat he has a n letttr trying a full tardlv outrage eightj of a part of which he has to to lassarn r e partv are entx.rta.iiK tl A was jr" r n The Itnad f1- W n lw direct nmte to thf road if the n f j. tin c t i rd ej JH nini "i lo 1R1U PiTTRBt nr January At IMtixi Ir Forepaugh was originally a butcher, hut many years ago embarked in the cir- cus business in which he was very successful pet tine the most extensive CITLUS and jnenaeene with which he amassed a fortuna -which is estimated at more than a million dollars He was a large real estate owner Mr t orepaugh w-issucty eiffht old He a wife and will recover bul A Heavy Sentence. EVT "V OBK, Januarv 23 -Hv M lackson former naving teller of the stib treason who ran away with 000 and who pleaded guilty to the charge of embezzlement a few days aRO was today sen O lanuarv 23 r Woman nn-tUn Ten.ptr.im'' u effected organization and adopted the National AHeii J, Ohio ele  1-3 river WAS Btlll rising at eight feet six inches on the gauge >-h n of seven inohft Tuc-daj of the stumer Blue Wing rt thn r IH rising at the t r n and the M the 1 the el t the h tllrij- will Not Like the Trosiy- 23 -T -amoan treat, in BerUn one mense circus property succeed to his iia- The AVorld's Fair Queetion. January 23 house commit- tee on the world s fair bad a lively meeting this afternoon The first business m order was tbe receipt of the report of the sub committee, wbjcb was appointed to consider the Springer proposi- tion looking to the selection of a for the fair by ballot in the hoase today The reported that it bad reached no conclusion 3lr moved to discharge the sub-committee from further consideration of tbe subject, and re- oort to the house a resolution providingfor naUot- me next Monday This was pronaptly rejected by the committee, Messrs Springer and Hrtt alone voting for it. Messrs. Hatcn and. Bowden were absent. A. long discussion followed- The com- mittee instructed Extb-committee to report at 13-H) reen Co a loss by fire and damage bv water S22.750. insured for S50.000 J _. T ,__ rtfin U' H SSffi: owne- ih. occilDied by Oreen i. Co Tnd and Mr- Merer rter'Uy alWrrnoon, and ihcr. The V> est ir-zinw i. TftiKation m the (fa twrnawn t i terdav Z oSSeS IZcTiul SSSEf The ESshop's Authority. E, Iowa. January .3 Jean VB BiPhop ago recover Stoo.000. acid Iesti not} WSPAPLRl NEWSPAPER!   

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