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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               ill >5, i -4 ATLANTA. GA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 189O. PRICE FIVL ri rtxse and demanded the reading o tht. full After a moment's hesitation the speaker el r this to be This been completed Mr Breckin ridge demanded the re uhng of the names of those not and the speaker ordtied this to be done also 1 hen Mr Springer of Illinois, demai ts n t t int uiljiin tl t r lit t tt i 1 tl t nth. tni tr m Ohi( (M Ivi ml t! e j, u h tli 1 lit n in tho, 1 i lp t 1 the <-i t il r h is ij IH t t  in 1 e rnij t IllV IH l S] IN V IH VK Choei iftt i e i i i e fi in the dein fii'ic side m w i h hisses CD n tl n roj ubl ms until tht houst rest nil te 1 i pel ft et be 11 im In tho mi Kt of tl o tumult tho speaker stited the questit n U> be n mouoii to appu thejourntl, ni'l tic is an! mjs h fraincrs of the constitution, or it would ha ebeeuexphcitl; He THE NEGSO in his humble way to bnug about a belter state of things Jii all that he had sa d todaj he had been actuated b> a sincere desire to promote the best interests of citizens of both races and to aid in securing to the country the blessing of prosperity and of porpetnal peace under "that more perfect union of free states of the republic contemplated bv tlie fathers At the conclusion Mr Hampton s speech, the bill w ent ot er without act on and after a short eiceentne session, the senate, at 4 25, adjourned till Monday CEOKGJE TOBiEtt B vXK CLOSED. of ten resorted to similar tactics, but he had iie.i er so w ithout feeling a-shamed of him self aftern uds If the gentlemen on the other side were going to hai e a let them e tt in tho pi ope- w ay and got out of tne" house on the republican 1 had no bus ness to turn upon tne lepubln ins who were nero and to do busim ss and them re% ohitionists The demon its anted the journal to deciare a lie Ihor iiib'ieuis waited the journal to tae truth This uas to "nliether the mijontj shoukl rule and or bo subject to the t tran IP of the imiiontv f t( r It ng othcs on opposite sidei of the ques ion bj Messrs Turner of Georgia, and Ijiittirnorili of Oluo Mr mo% cd to 1 .v on the tab e Ihc appeal from tho fepeak ei s d. ISH i MiuuU of disappnnal wore hoard on the demotiatH hut Mr persisted 111 bib motion and Jfr ger at 5 p m that the Iu use adjourn On A using ote the result was announced a us 1 -t, noes fhoii Mr Smi iger demanded the and nijs and ii they wt-ie ciPed the rtaulc u is innuinotd s- Ibl the refused to adjourn and t ie question icrurrel on the motion to la> the appe il n the tib'c, on whioh questie n the M LS and iidis were demanded fiom tho demo-c it tie 1 he elerk proceeded with the call no rat n -.p n 1 most them ing tin ir se its in 1 it tiring to tho cloikroom Ihesptukti followed tno roll ca'l, and 11 t 1 1 fir names of the dcmoeraU nt stnt bu n >t The no i >t i g i icm isw.ii lr, uiie ilh t Ei r is is the custon but still n t f nutiat lespond 1 u ua, omi h tc I tie speaker to the rr turns fro i the tall> olei't ai 1 said 1 If i thik willreroni the following names hi is j and di inmg to biipill t i unt s as r J. an irlislt t irk of Mih inn t risp ulbeison 1 nli i 1 1 ill inn r Goo'lingl't Heihtrt !I In I mo 1 inham, M insnr Mo Vd vo MiMillm Mt'Uao n d i Stow nt St me   Iilhnm Turner of Oe >rai i an 1 lit 1 r of Al iham i JLt tlu n xnnrmnr d the ott as 1 n .nt m tin and dttlired th it tin 11 tun to lij the xpi eixl 011 the ta >Ie w as i trued I H l N-SIFN r THF riitio wt i shouts f f no (ju rum nud ex ilimili us tin on the dt n x ratit si h 1 U 111 tl n id L i f tl tmmoil ind ut' i, IT UK i or it 1 Mi M Kinlej f i i nn t it i 1] nun [it it in 1 i 1 u 1 ic t u n 1 i f n IH li ft Hit eh in it sh ut i hit fr u e 1 dein e.i Us He tl u it" he hid deinan le I tie jeis u 1 nijs 1 ho spt i s i 1 ho had 1 t ird i o re iiiosl f i hi ji is u iiu1- but if 11 itle fi j s u  1 i i t ai d t 1 f i tl i tl f ST r tilil re t dt n xnd u 1 s Mr st i ng r h id tie t sin f it tn i f 1 i tl i n 1 mis 1 ith (In n i1! is 1 H i r an I s i tht 1 HI it i 1] in ed ni til t morn w 1 1 n ul lu u s an j hi tut at tl oir hue oos an tl e de nine r its toires ind nglj de 1 res t JSJtLTGKJLTIOA KIJT, DISCUSSED I THE SJL, 4. OLD 4f ISF TKUl II 1. 1, Spent Prutotir.g Against the Infamous Vance and Hampton Tlie Sontli TCilling for the West and North to Hare Some of tbe Colored January uO Mr Vance proceeded to address the senate on Mr Butler a bill to ide for the emigration of the colored people from tlie United States He began by quoting Scripture, say ng that tlie sins of tlie father sh ill bo on the children It was, he said, but another TV ay of saying that the mistakes and crimes of one generation re main to plague another generation He sketched the introduction of into this couiitrj its destruction as the result of tlie civil war, md the establishment of reconstructed m tho south said lu lo, the negrp again bobs up serenelj (laughter and for his sake todaj vie are threatened, not only with political agitation (disastrous, m itself) but with a ser war, whose capons shall be the mid night torch and issosiii's elapger, and hose -victims shall be sleeping women and children Mr 011 tocnticiv Mr Iiigalls s speech, ninth he ch racterired a-, a piece of oratorical pyrotechnics concealing its paucity of leleas It reminded him forcibly of an astron nnor s descuption of tho remarkable tenmtj of tho tail of a icoeiit comet Its length was described as a hundred million mfles Ai, it stretched athwart the skies its breadth as miles, ami so. id mat ter it contained could bo transported in a one horse car He (Mr anee) had hstt ned, and listened with the greatest entertainment to that speech Ho had searched and searched, and he had wonuered where the w for the il that w is depicted 111 colors He to see the solid matter of ilium ination suddenlj he said bofore the pireeJ and tho b itii words Ho that ho could n t l-n] pott tho bill of tbe senator f om bout lit aro Una. It did not reich the e iso xs mi] r K ti u juld result in 110 suhsiant il u 1 ef 1 ii le i Us isiuns a fo w ue M s would g( fi nn the utiti} an 1 thosn few i rob bo tne best He eoul 11 >t s that he h id an> dosne to attempt in my sin h a grt at unhislone task as the of a whole peoj h Linount i t, to probably millions f r mi 1 inds I he re w xs a nple roe m for thorn 111 the n ithern an 1 IK rthw rn stjtt s ind it was t ntireK abli to indm e thorn to settle in tl o-to statos Ii Mxid he the is a gonel thing let Us divide out [Laughter] Hn il nutted tint buUi a in -would be tlio death of n 5 politicians but it w ii jnldiosst il Hie sci ite TTe ie ft 1 to the coi tt nee in Mr In., ill s s; e ot.h H ii( ist a sen is n iput i i n i j t n hin lh In (II inipt njdelib n e 1> t 1 the j IH of tht inition of tht hi u ks Mi H i i pt n it id tl now si I] r t xtraot i whn.li Mi Ii 1 t td tint itenitnt 11 d 1 in 1 il it h u w i-nit a. w d in tint f t ict In h w in intt d tin c n lion j nt 1 .11 it that tint r I Tt nl 1 wilhn.U s il in t lh it pi opt it n t an> nn] art j I f in mn It 1 man who the 1 i Mlish I Tie w iki t n Ir o tho tit i i--i n of thi n itt i to the si mti r Ir MII Kaiisis him st If if his insuor w xs to bo n nut in tin n iti but 111 a o mrt of jnsiK f wl ere bo won! 1 bo b n i 1 I is i ith to tt 11 tho Until the whole tiulh anil not int, b it t! t tiulh "Pint >r h id in und nl tt Inland is Ont and Thlnffi, VlUdly KKW "ieiRK, Joauarv 30 I ITilI Wnte has suspended pajmenfo It ii t mtr llud by the sam" parties n ho list ivoek bought t utrol of the Sixth National bank >f this which had alrcatK bt-on chxsod hank t -inmer Know of the relation of tht- it tnuona caused a run on the s: which it was unable to meet Frederick D Tappen president of the National bank and a member t f tha clearing couimittti tl full wing s'atcii en to a rep< tins mom A. 1'resi lent Loland 1 his interest in the biitlt National bink the directors n t re requested to rosign they did on  on tin l t if president of the bank M> Lla.uteeii ni x K loins, ot 000 each >t k LA mix JIUl bank, (a %try i xtr yto ai i in n uenO down to the safe de >osii xults ui tht N xti iml Park bank ai d abstrot t 1 tin '-efr in lirst-< 333 railroad bonls of the p ir al f i-i, __ OOO, These boudt he p ed in tht h in K uf a niaa named George H Pell f r 1 ell was former a partner in tne Lrm f droie-ston Pell. Stoek brokers w ho f u t i in ISST. 1 he cashier of the Sixth "Natu nal 1 ank (Col-facn) became a arnn d at iho t xt) lordniirj pro-eee of iho new j rosi (it in 1 dire u HT in n t, n 1 nv i tl h n i 'L 1 Mr K 1) i i t the In 1 1 s a id Iir i rs 1 s x i n tit I irr ti r 1 in i In li n i l! si ite-in i mi 1 1 t 11 iring-I i c mn Hi si I U Sixth N iti nat i ii k v 1 ift r i n un 1 Ii i i 1 d, i 11 il ox ii in iti n t] fit tin idy s I tc] ht It mpir 1 r f t ur-r ntj at IL h 11 lh it tho I ink would nt 1 jtinil d ti 111 on frit tin. ol ni )i use tl is m nn t, ui 1 tl it tha IH 1 ir i f 1 rt Pt rs s! n 1 I i i f itheff r ntr 1 over the ASM 's >f tl n! n tit it n 1 i bink un r ift Is t i ni_ that b nds f >r 5-h2.i (XXI 1 a 1 1 t n t ik  Ixis pn nipt ii tl n su tt  s ires f r [ml ibl 1 ai K st 1 -_ vi rth f is in i o in 1 t i i] a 1 tidsj -il in st k f tl St I i u Orh ana md IK ui C i il i I I ra i i >m-I v w I rs( ?1 >KJ u 1 n i i i i 1 in s -i 1 ir Inia tlnr 1 m s lift i t 1 i MI th 1 Mi JI rn v, >b-oinit tl J ut j 1 si v j oorly v ir In xllit n 1 tl Mr II burn f u 1 n h u i l in r l 1 j tr ot I i 1! in 1 tU rs f t) i h ,_ 1 i t of h a i! t l c s 1 n from I x Jli 1 1 i k n o tl i N r rt t- IM ill i l! is 1 L irient f btl LSS t-> Mr 11 i vf t i nst' e lui xatj i a n t i I a i 1 nee rj itt tleejmjtrlleraC .x.s( i nl n THF Dl V SIT RS A.FF AfU r this is d n il i f appointing a reop nr-, 1 Hepburn i s fron his ox in nit r 1 u i t sea t] it ll o If i, t o t ai d i r f if tv f v werr hr- si 1 I t 1 ex-I resi i lit f f tl 1 11 k 1 i lit r I in to sta o that hf w 11 mtkr> ativ n the a r uuts If' xuii r was sir i p; i r rss t f i mi r i 1 i b tl was r 1 in 1 arr I t! r ,h If cnC t bin ft n ,rv 1 i L it j.-, tl L m -t w an-tlal u.s ra.ML bai k ri 1 ry ot tbo hnanre r f thP r The S Ml N a uual bank ho sai 1 w it e no t 11 P r u tr It d as tha str in the It J AS x rn A A e i istituli naifl u- Kur-p us ainrmnud tn S  George "Ma edon the boss hangman of the age ind Georgo Tobler dropped where e ght other In ha.n teTitorj murderers had expiated the pt f tht r cni IBS Hisjieck was broken and he died with out a struggle Piet i >us to leat nig his cell Tubler prepare 1 a. w ntten statement denj ing ant know le Ige of the murder for h ch 1 e w as to be hung He piote-ited his inn ictnce to t1 e last a id d ed game About erne h ndiel I rse iu- wit d the hanging Ann i the .1 wore three women from the ac luamtances of Tobler THE STORY ejF THE f I 1MB George Tobh r was te 1 September of ilc muidcruf Ku hmoiid another ntgn on the nibht of IHS'l iho killing oceuired ucar bnilKt illt Chootaw nation it a ncgio dance The I nee w xs all i in u nstan ial but as ill ficli 14 bad ex sted between Toblor and Richmond n p mted to him a> the gniltj man Thesi men had been ru al suitors for the affections of a w Into woman of doubtful cl iratterwho 1 otenn 3'oteau bottom Tomer into the i >om one night w he IP Rich no id s ept it is sipi sed f tho f kilhn, IH t was (ii scut cio 1 in t u e t prt M i t u ]Ii t1 i we t t i m r s to b ir w a s If r tl j mpj e of kllhl 0 In hmonl but failed to 01 e i J e of tho 1 in o R h itm 1 t is 1. in tl I r U 1 i pi i tut f (Id i ul n lie t is 1 t I il fi u n linnet n f o ei ts k It i- rt c 1 ti it s tunes be f it h l i i a k 1 win r( he It x 1 n J t t Is nl litter nt btmes sj 1 h) 1 il bt n a. i i n U his i i ilt i 1 h i 1 n t he ir 1 t 1 l 11 (n lie said IH In 1 h rl tlio shot but d in i km w h Ined H 1 ut mibsf jnei th u tint in s x niiii hit p up n tie ith ti I Ki 1 n 1 V in ht Ur r i' h one f tht at t nd nils f t 10 d mr c 1 t 1 left on a 1 e. 1 n tho j rt h w is ge i P that t i w is f nil 1 i i xt d ij in weeds ne ir tl o In us with erne empty cai ri bhell in tne b irrtl THP RFSI ITK Olt 1 N lol Ier and C! ir t s H 1 n 1 ir 1 w e e to hit t been h in n il hero uith b r In 11 territory nun u r is b it n tin d i b re the execution eie 11 spite d 1 v ll e pn sn nt f two weeks in 01 It r toeii ibte hti i to fuithn estigafe their ca--es grantud Bullard a eouiuiutntion of sen route co tmj ison IH nt i. i ii  tr i! M h 1 1 i thstan 1 ing u ost IT rts ifT birrs at IIH stenrt ifi mu x'nn f i h m the ire i lent declined to inti ill r n 1 i c i 1LI.NS 1 5' MR MAKES REED Mr spiinuir Hnliis tho Iloor Mikinlev N T i i J or a' u r i l ul i i i 1 i iij ist ruling of 1t i m 1 t. 1 ix in tl i r j{ ,t is i! t i mi l'i v. i. 1 s nes of ye t 1 u ii I d more 11 1 1 n t 1 i in le kml-. Of h i i ui i bU i st 1 1! i t i i 1 n tl e i, i i al of tin 1 n n i n i its i I f r re t i M 1 ut u h r ill r e fi 1 t lu ir j[ i i It entail an in il pe il lUe bitt e t 1 1 11 it tl n 1 Mr 1 lull a-, v 1- u t in itr i in I I d T, u 1 ik h s t it 1 t 1 -s an N 1 M 1 D 111 KIN U II 1 n tht us t I i -1 t ti thr f i th 1 i 1 n k in I e E Km ,1 nil( x 1 i 1 tlu Fj i 1 i 1 I i ii i i res L! iU  ut li m in-, H in 1 in ontr up >n the 1 l chir, d 1 i wh ii the disorder f s e rr n t i 1 i i t i h u 1 t !o u ih> hnrle 1 it m J t I >ti r-uif, s f r ii in 1 cvena 1 It 11 nt 11 1 i i iu il t r if tl c mem 1 i 1 I t th f iu t It urne tbe mnt 11 n j f M s re u nt 1 111 I Mr s r u 1 t ri i i Mt f f i mil Mr AI 'v u u o si t n t i  I VISLJE The Athens iU 1'robubly Goto Jlim. "W TON T inn iry >0 It looks t ry mu I hloMxtPnis r 1 iro 1 is f bo apj intt 1 i '-tniasttr at All n Tol n Vt inin i i i t m s ho nil 1 .t appo iu V 1 15 sc in 1 he s 11 re o i w i m sh nl i n it hi tl u Vn aj po ll w 11 b mule t> tho posdtnt h i r t in ir b fi n 1 f 1 ut e M ho at k lit i it x bite inai 111 t o olh t "Mi Ch mi nts ti du iti uel l h 11 r fiom thesieit tn isui-v in a  f e.t it tn tl In mt el um be 111 the detieien >lnl i- Time in tlir of a. i- orgtr of a Oi 01 nn RvTFini N C Tanuxn TO ai S. n tl i n, e me 1 it n is n N w 1 it w as t m MISMS-s pi i inswoie 1 an 1 t in i m t i 1 his 1 1 loan (i nt lie j i 1 nn L ii. Hen. lei- n ai I is n i-, th J i 1 i uh ther w e-e n urir 1 t rj sh itH if er war 1 I> iy w xs irre -.te 1 on a I arrti of f III 14 VTS WON nnor of Ohio CtntMiJis O Iinmrj JO lioinngin th i iuit> I i nj si n o uitt t t iso f >i tht IK u ti unit was in the Oluo s n t! is i n nt, an f I mi] si n (re ousted Ij a sdiot partj oto The K public m n emli is li 1 a iiuiiibei of protests agl nst the n unit r of pto eod i g in 1 tl o cowl sn 11 w is aUem'e! with stormj set nos Mi I ampson f, e 11 jti t) that the e would be can ed t tl t supremo ii i t] i t it tl si. nit it ai n s if hi 1 i i r i 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 M t tl e to rn j i 1 rut tl ti tin. Hi 11 Tli i i i s il i 1 t pi pe 1 in I or Iti Tl Itinnorifs with 1 ps com n 1 it i sjl n u ith their i ic es it tht 1 i I 1 intii who ft It   n T int f tl n is i i i i f hijit t i i U n the 1 i 1 tint tl ev r fnim 1 ir lii liitil ill inf 11 fi i Mm o ill h ill 1 ft Hit rl iir le lias outr mil i 1 1ft hi-, tr _ 1 tho dt in c n ii v t f ik iu Ur 1 is ov> n on r i s i i t rt 1 1 v 1 is in 1 r i 1 follow i in I from him they hav e un nr ri M M I i t mo-- >1 r I i.t d rea 1 tho nimos of n i IL 1 i> i n nt wb t H fust 1 t H time M ti tl it f Mr Y, i, in f In In v h I out illh null Mr 3 n i t d t n fr nt f tl o sj iktr t ic i t i nin i I t I It in 1 is ri nl dttoin ni n as a lesi In _, 4 r 1 it h is i in ]1 tli i Ins SJ.K 4 i hern d n ft t rt sort to tin 111 i i 111 1 if I i il i i iy n UUP I H'I i f J, in n I 1 T ill 111 it it be sin 1 n oiT 1 it vn 1 it 1 u IMS I sh nl d in i 1 I i il uisf it.li n He shall not D I 1 knc tl at im -would inako it a j i il ute 11 I ho elirtl not en o hi n t i i n U M KM 1 i and Tun or of t i sp ku on the question] of layinj Hie s.[ il n the t il li MK 1 1 I R S CTt M T nu r ilth u_h he came after tho n t i ilv i th nis f the had il i i i r U T Crisp and Mr Car A. 1 sit ia it im_nit ent speooh almost Is ti n f v, i-, a] plj-iitleii by the dem ri It of a qrtat n ii n 1 01 o th it pi i nlv sh ns od up tho gross i 1 it s f the c nst tut ion re --oitod to bj the C n i t d t ni i nil iron hand ie i st inds out in this fight ITr statosinoji risp and Turner arc n on that anv st ito wonl 1 feel prond of THF ITY H VS NO T1 f di rrat c mm 11 coinplotcH it the 11 c f K( o 1 JIo has ridden rough-shod o r thorn Hi3 sh irklesaiid them, I r rs thorn up mist the wall and counts -tl em ajj imst their will It binds the denio-ci vts 1 and and f >ot, and permits the TOJ 1 hr ins to thoir j rosonco to r in mt i ill kinds of w 11 exoi Tionrson tht i nt f tho domot rats net any nmtp 1 1 o j aj poal t phvsioj.1 f 1 ofctn sc cann t bo resorted to IT ui tin ro aro n on 1 o bphen o that the on i i -v n1 1 i lu 1 1 T. do nor i it who h i and thiow the tyrant fiom the eh nr r w ing to tl o nfnsi TI 11 any of tlie dt inn cr it 11 nit i d ei lid i t i i lerstai d tin quc s tu n as put tl o h in u 1 in ther s. f i ittmniit eiisin d di :is of n embers in 1 den Hiding to kn at thej Ti ei f to tt I in Hie st t iker Uttnii d 111 i n t u st it 01 lei th i d i i it v, is he n 1 I si mt ab n o Iho ti rm 1 th it he is is mi in i li i is tl oikei A lull oetuiiod 1 or on C irl slo ait t an 1 askt 1 lh it l! i 11 t ill i 1 I s isj n led in til i id i M i-, K st< re 1 ti< f i i numbers did n t undti'-txnl tho quest i n n restiti I tho [in sti n, a.nd the r Miltt 1 UJ naj s 1 1 1 e s[ t_ ikor It ol ue 1 m ti 11 carno 1 and ttt 1 the t h rk tt nter it n the i irnal 1 In f n g is the l aincb of n enibcis res e t but not Liiv Baiikhe Breckmridgo C ir] sJ0 Oeintnts Cmijten un Culbers .n n o In nt II ker I fine M irLiu f J< x is Mi V 1 o M I xe M nt g mers Morg in Oleirill and Till n in Air i l i s d the pe int f n< c in r im but tho speaki r dt timed t ret 1 i n ill il Mi Mclvinlev to dis  Mr Me K inli j attempted to proceed but Mr Sj i as n t t It silt nee I an 1 inn 1 in u h c ul nsu 11 o nti line d to atUit ss tho 1 1 u r Ht insisted up m his t be IIL ard di Urni0 amid much miso in i ronfusi n th xt the spt xkor must ro him v IK n ris to the p  llFCOf M7> r> The spoakor ignored Mr Snrniger ind re-pcitod sotrU tints his rcc giutu TI f Mr MeKmley onro telling Sj rn ger to ta'ce his seat but Air Srring i st >od upon his rights an 1 niialh b> his pertniioitj secured recora int ion He then proeee led to xrgne that though the journal had been a[ it as ni order ftS him to m nc i rorreotn n and he moved to correet it by striking out tho of members present ind not ot ng Ihc speaker >t ite 1 that this w a-, a question of evolution and that he had alrexdj recog mzed the gentleman from Ohio Mr MoKmley then proceeded with his argu meiit The speaker hid aught, he contend' d to proceed to note or thirtjfUe members who had refosed to -vote on roll call weio present 111 their scats Tho constitution did not declare that a majority of the members who answered to their names should constitute a quorum It %vos not dec ded lum the question of a majority should bo determined That was left to tho house, and the house left it to the speaker Lndor the general parliamentary 1 iw the snooker had the rig it to count the aid if there Tins no quorum to stop "11 business Tho principle was distinctly ostibhshtd that the i re-idmg ofhcei might get tho c< unt audit waalusdutj to count the iiun ber of members who might be proiont to constitute a qnorum The gentleman from Keituckj (Mr Carhale) had declared that imdor the speaker 3 decision, oue representative could pass a loj members sitting in their seats m silence So he could, and so he ought to M'KIMLKT AND CARLIST.F The debate took the form of a dialogue be tween Messrs McKmlcy and Carlisle is to would be the effect of the present ruling in case of action upon a bill bj the president Mr McKjnley said the action of the democrats yesterday had never been dreamed of ti injure a hlit il op] in nl, 1 ut no si 11 U  f tho sc n itor s] reli lit 1 iliioter f la in nm nt enter t i i i 1 fet 1 m i had a it s c Imt 1 fill u fnciilssh il i le e I Siu'i a st. nt ment w us ro] u_n int 1 1 all so i so of hu in in Itt is abb rent in Us r >n  rli t 1 1 ncd or re sed in ir 1 t thaf pt j 1< an 1 bo disel uincd omj hatie tl a U or u of such a sit age ml h rnl h htj 1 he o ilj t t a ithout expn SMI ns of 1 i n s t! at Ind n ma le pnbh w e n in tic hnijfU it Kve in up btar and 111 the C h irli ton Neus ind C mrur In rt ir i to the iu t ie me mbe rod that a terv intelligent gentleman h-vl asked his oj in n on 11 uis m ittt rs of jnibhe import xnoe as he was passing tl r the citj and st irchtng tlu filts ef the Stir he foui tl tluit his t fricn 1 1 il ubhsht 1 111 terse an 1 graceful language that icw Mr Ilanif t n quoted tho publioati in on which lie s ml in t e exo In-, of nc s From the south woul 1 wrrk an tun nre but no injurj and tint he won lit soe tin e lore 1 po jplc an 1 w uid be w ilhnir to s itTf r tho r mse piont n Int ti ts tl at prompteel this general feeling in his st ite T. he feeling e x.isted among the biarkh eii to a git ik r dt gret, thin among tho whites Tho natit e African who knew the white man in his own countrv only b> a deed of cruel tv painted the dot il w nite and where the litld he jealousK excluded all white men fiom praticipalion 111 got enimental affairs QLOTING IVGILLS'S WORDS Mr Hampton turned the tables against Mr Ingalls b> quoting fron THK ATLANTA STITLTION the following extract Lnless history is a false teacher it not possi blc for two distinct races not homogenious, to exist on ternva of political equality under the same government One or the other must go to the wall And said Mr Hampton, "is signed J J IngalLs While he tvas in full accord wnth the measare proposed he hardly thought that the remedy met the requirements of the case, which tras one not to lie cured bv homeopathic treatment Stronger remedies w oald hat e to be resorted to, and much w ealth and much earnest consideration would hate to be git en to it There was, as jet, no suincieiitmforma-tion on w h ch to base intelligent actirjn, and until such information was obtained, all action by the senate "would be premature It was to be ascertained whether any negroes were in favor of emigration and if go, what destination they preferred Then it would hate to be seen whether a suitable location could be found for them, some approxi mate estimate of it He left that to wiser heads than his own, but nntil those points were known, the senate would be vorking in the dark There should certainly, he thought, be wisdom enough in the best intellects of the whites andblackstoenahle the senate to arrive at a satisfactory conclusion of the vexed question. In conclusion, he said that he could 1 to t rl ar 11 r is ii t itr oh ij t( r to tl s st "itsttidij rcini u 1 at and on tho rha t' at 1 o was b nn 1 w itlioi t n >nr t in Inrf d d. fn n t jg tt In n w iittoTi i h r on L n m ir ant g r fix 1 Hitirgtie s M -t rt f llns linn h f d it t< i I or-k ir 1 ,1 u 1 1 t f IL, rt x s n i s m I mlad Iphia Hid w ife is a irettiwoiiin xnd jnit 5 ui K) prosi lent to la> s nt ti the   t the lulled Stxtis s bt the eastern to the campas. Between the fence nnd the right at tbe gate is a triangular plat of ground Here the statue -will be placed Dr "i oung wih at once enter upon the canvass The nrst man that he approached gave him the prom-f ise of SSOO more, if Ixnid olTennj. accepted 000 four anfl J. at 1OV fotirs at 124 were ]f -led The LAB mirA tht- f IJowing nominations 1 mted Thomas IL riaiuf, eastern of irtinu M D W 6oatb.em dihtnrt of Senator of IliUhie  nt two bourn in df-1 nrf bif n zcns of Aberdeen, in buildup 2. n refifdfTJf-e of Father F1' Mansfield Pa was bod v 1 1 .v tha explosion of a   i j r 1 Cardina.1 Oil y i i At dinner thf r an 1 Ui" TH 'tv the Catbolif J-t n eili i) Pi v I r 
                            

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