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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               CRIME rovu K 01 TAKING IT ALL TO HIMSELF dtbUable, of which the gentleman is perfectly ire i 135 nrniic; on the motion to adjourn w' 2 and the question dt maud for the i, n us question tne vs a nl n us were ordereJ Tin dctnoi rats IL, mi purged their pohf of iut -i the sm iker once 111010 pursued his me'lud of j  member of this house, except himself [Hi public in laughter] Whatexti has bccu doin, has betii uoue in the face of the world, and is subject to its judg- ment Thjprocc.edmgoftlnsuou.se so fir as the chair is concerned, been [dtmcmatic hisses] in conformity to the rules of parliamentary law [democratic ind the u fusil of the chiir to entertain a motion of adj mmment at this juncture is strictly m ace r I nice therewith [Democ'itic groins] There is nn otlit r possibility bj hicli order by the metl of pail'inentary procedure can be used to stop Itgislatirn The object of a parhn both is acMon and not stop! 'e of u nun Hence w hen in> member, or s. t of immbtrs unth rt iko to oppose the oruerly of bus ness even In the use of ur 1 ninly recognired parliamentary mo- tions, it is tho ngl t of the in vjontv to refust to hav o these moti us enUrtamed and tooiuse pul ho business to prt t eed 1 inn irilv the or ginrfthe hoi so is the man tletttdtothe spca-urship It is Ins dntv in aclexrcise rt f n t s tn Ui n t ende r t earn cut tlu dt sin s of tl e mat nt> of tht boivw'uhln reiitsents w h  ul t art hi UM d solelv for the purpose rf dtl j and .IstiuctKii litn. incml era bn xk DM ran niipiitt lente 1 urrectnitf himself) bitak a rule ipl 1 and U n tin leintx i itie side] m i  to the re i ling of the j mill wh n steps dow n to the fi it i i i Hhe applui.se of hit issoeiatea and aim unees th U he mtt ids to make opposition m t t rv d it t ti 11 it bee jnie apparent t tne hf use and the t, ominanity vs b tt Ins puipose is It is thin the duty f ihc f i ipant f the H chair to take uu Li i Li'-jer course in re guTUsi th mit.fis that there m not bo .j misuii leiotnntling is to w! e her i i not it s the wish ami di sue of tho mi] iit>   enli rUiu a IIH ion willlupre SLI t it. Ihc 1 m e Mr Si r IPS ie 1 11 bt hearl on the i! but tl P s- i i n IMi Mi Kinlij I il U si the si e i1 er n tv. siiedt In 11 His i _Iit> w 11C icu n r 11 to the the dem md >t sts of tin de iioi r Us tin il j n l JUS an 1 tho (jut itioii is on tlie f tlu j itrnil 1 S u u t f In I im mm p I to a 1] turn i L! ii n t i t  i nas dt h i d 1 ith tl o d t fi unit fi' in his list v, he i "'t f d thf s i 1 t! L ful t M til M. s 1 Vi k in 11111 ei-ifii un Hdiii lull II ol Mansu uhii Mt Milhn M -n f 1 t is M r_i ST m _t i SU ul of J to In tin u pi il on In Mill di 1 Mi in rclj iinnrkniK tl it 1 1 e l I n thr in wl i tl c tln-K nthmin ft nilllinils of n i di whlih ill I I 1 i (h i t tit it! 1 i st u ill t U 111 171 k 1 f r 1 k i m th i Sj l 1 11 1 t Is I 1 1 i n tin 1 e si t tki mo f I w m il t m i f f i Jil n d ui di 1 u t tl t ivht F t o l t t of a n j lest ut e flit n hi nifU I w Id i[ plause frt m tht dim its m I t r s r n h i fiom tht re mbhe mt Tlio Si i i'v( lite fiomlmli fther.il hut rl in tl xt of "d Iir html in the jtiktrdmrt  1 the ik w i 1 w in In 11 lus rfi  1 K T TUP VKI P BMUII i 1 Ins is tl c 1 rst tn it tii t f th it i h i r tl it a in h rri i-, 1 i t n i rt n st nt i n t 1 IIH t 1 i um le h .1 li i U( I s i i v li in In at ill fthr r 1! It tl s is j irl i e 1 n_ it tins c TiJ 1 CON i I -.ION   pmti st iker t K rl in file1! it jny t lu _ r lut tl I 1 v thy fcmirn ATLANTA. GA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 189O. PRICE FIVE BUCK'S BIG TRADE Iff WMICK JSJE HOPJCS TO VOTES FOR HARRISON'S RENOMINATION afast Please tne Colored Brother in OeOerto Hold Him, and. Therefore, Mat Davis Must Be Postmaster. January 3J [Special "Mat Davis, the colored applicant, will be the Athens said-a well-known Geor- gia republican lawyer here today I tell jou he continued "There has been a dicker between Colonel Buck and President Harrison Buck proposed to send a solid Harrison delegation to the next repub- lican com cntion if Harrison would gn e him absolute control of the Georgia oftices Harrison consented and Buck knows that he cannot give Harrison a solid delegation unless Mat Davis is comfortably fixed, for, as you know, Mat has been a delegate to everj repub- lican co-mention since 1872, and will be as long as he chooses Jf Mat is not fixed jou can re ulily see that there will be a divided delega- tion in Iff2 TO BE A FACT you know this to be a fact" was asked I do O' course I shall expect Buck to deny it, but my information is direct, for I have heard Buck and other Georgia republic- ans discussing it B TO BK FOB Judge Stewart today recencd a petition from the citizens of Henry county asking that a postofbce be established in the northern part of tiie county to be called Grady Messrs George T Hams and E M Rogers, tlit Macon board of trade delegation, went be fue the committee on rivers and harbors today uid asked an appropriation of 605 to make the river navigable up to Macon C eneral tVrnev of the Annistou district of Alabama who has been "very ill with pnon- m nn, ii> impioMng and it is believed he will ree )ver. WHT IS OI 4.D Major Barnes is tonight the happiest man in congress Hc'saw a dispatch in a New York piper, this morning announcing that Silcott, t 10 delanltoi had been found in Canada He boc-iaie so mhiUnt with the hope that his w is coming back that he read the entire ar tide aloud to a bevy of congressmen on the floor They were highly amused and laughed hcartilj at the fit rnui s joj M ijor Thomas Branch, of Augusta is here________________ E W B CAUCUS. t i on n HK cr FHK llit ik i rotti. It 1 in the i sual manner to r  tho speaker 11 t rltrk is r< eroding to read from the record the dt tilled votos of yesterdaj, when Mr Outhwaite of Ohio, objected and de- mon led that tho leading should be from the original d xninitmt Ihe spexker said that the clerk was reading fron tl e Re-curd as a matter of com emence, but if tlu gentleman objected he might h o hiswav aud he instructed the cleik aecord The reading of the journal was not com plctcd until U 50 and immediately Mr Me Kmlov of Ohio moved that tlie journal be apprised and on that motion demanded the pre-iio is questitn Mr Springer interiected a motion to ad journ that he did so to enable the com- fcnttoe on rules to bring in a code of rules Tl e gentleman 19 not in order in sj taking on a motion to adjourn Mr are no rules for the The are rules for the house Mr here are they The rules that govern parliaj jnentary assemblies And those rule.s Bdis- ctJy declare that a motion tQ 1 is reasons" s is his i n 1 he ui is to w hat inl e inil of ihe j r t r 1 I j Ihe e< iistttiit and of tl e n  r uit t f the scenes w h h 1 u t ti uispncil b( f >ro his ejes and within the boui f f Ins eirs and the gentle man kno tl it the artiou of the huiibc has re I his c ise Mr Ihe gentleman from Georgia dots in t kn fl th it but e h is no d mbt that it is it bin tht i r 11 (I rl it it is the rvht of in j men bei to i Use i  three n (ttn of the committee on rules the tn t 1 t f n tho 2 t f 7 nun3 11 (it 1 a 1 1 i n n mi t t njr 111 tl t e nnniUt i r< t m He bill er n t ened a n t re in writing of 11 ineetn g of tl e c< immtu e on ruli s sun e tl lx Binning )E congress but he h id b< en st nt for thesjeiktr and had u et him ind M< ssrs M< Km lev ind C mm n at the sj e iker s rf om it tl i sj i ilttr s n quest He h 11 lie en si nt f( i to itti nd the lit i mt f tn it the j.k  nn t t me, t ille 1 Theie had 11 no meet ng billet Mond AH ir> Fiton VTR B I n Mr Cull 1 had n fute 1 tho rhargc t f den litti n of d itv on his p ut a letter w i- prt seiited t the ra i is fr jin Represent il Uai lall lie advise 1 the democrats to stiy n tlie li ust md stind bj tlu n guns to ffrit tt> stop ilist 1 it all biesiness ir tin: h ise until a set of rules ha I betn pre sonLe 1 and a 1 pit 1 lln-j stirrn n e fr n an ol 1 time It id  extiemtlv >met> his ft thmotrit and i-. 1110100% er 111 the line of action that hal d -Id. d t f 1 here was nnn li talk f f course an 1 son e of tli< nit nil t is wTTt 1 nt< r in their tlenunt al of the proi pf I ngs i tlio I xst s }.ut i li e 0111 ]n 1 and it w ft It tl at the i arlv h x 1 better lollow thf kader ship uf Mt ssrs C xrlisie n p an 1 Mills WIIICOMIMl- THI M? DIC INK ]So oi e ef uld suggest anj in w e t K tirs tl at pioims( 1 v, in l the gpner il f i nn i w is to Uit tffer t th it ihe r f( lloued flni ng the 1 ist e d ivs %h mid be c mtiiiutd in forrj and that erv j ar la inentarj move that w ju 1 the ln ins in their designs sh juld 11 midt Ihe rt i hnf, of tl e journ il in full is to be insisted upon and is ovpetted to rtnisume an hour of ei n d 1 he is an 1 n" s ire t bt d man led at ery stt p ind aj are to be ttken from "II ri lings r< garde 1 as arbitrary an 1 unjust by the minoritv There was 110 f imal resolution to th 4 effect adopted, how Mr Carlisle with the a d of other le-ulrrs w ill draWui an ail u tht f intrv, which will be published in j istii r tion uf the course f the n inontj the spet tne sub e at two of them to be residents of each of the congressional districts. Governor Stone will sign the bill, and" there will probably be a [emocratic com entioii held to nominate the ourteen delegates from the state at large not ater than Monday WAITIIs G FOR THE PROC LA STATION, And Then tUe Boomers Kusli Into tbe Sioux FORT PIKERE, S D January 31 is somewhat excited, awaiting" the proo- amation opening the reservation Large companies of boomers liaie orgonired acros-s the rner, preparators to making a grand rush when the time comes Preparations e been made for the immediate organization of eral counties, even going so far as to deter- mine on their omcers, and owing to the fact ;hat there are eral organizations, some will be fa-vored wth tno sets of offi- cers Every able scheme is being resorted to by the Viei re boomers to capture the town site of tort Pierre, and the attempt on their part ;o squatters ejected from the Mile square hau futile Most of the a a011 boomers arc parties who been at Pierre for some time, and are piniemUlj owiiship boomers and county office seekers ince the date of opening the reservation will irobably be sot ahead, eastern immigrants will an equal show with the boomers lieie The officers in charge of a company of soldiers icrc re con ed orders not to molest the squatters on "ilile Square, but to present anj further settlement thereon from outhide parties________________ A KOLGHLY TREATED. People Had Svi hulled Kick Him Nearly to Dratli. WICHITA, Kas January 31 B Arni- strmg, ca-shiei of Simmer unt> bank at Ctmwav foprnnjs thuty miles southwest of here was aUacked afternoon b> a mob of 100 men and anie nt ar being 1 j iicli ed He was connected with a sujjir mill at that lace and the company had promised the [armors certain es for cane and the em- ilojes in the factory certain w Tho dinners claim that 000 is due them while the employes claim 000 wages Armstr mg in a Iditinn to being a member of thecompanj failing to fulhll its t on tract, was the leading guaiant-ee in 1 used his influence to est ih uh credit for the com pan and trouble has bten expected for some tuno and jester at 2 o cl jck a crowd collected in fioitt of the binK and one of the numbei incited Armstrong out, who complied w ith tho request A few minutes weie fepeiil m talking the n alter pr The emplojes became so enraged that Aru strong was picked up and thi >w n in the middle of the street, where erybodj who could rea  tliese namts n hi hug J I >nr JJ Biondman J" i i-stus C jinn f u 1 1 Ihs H H belts In tl e 1 Iv tl >rt ofthoworlls f ur ernfr rt H e C' miiiitt t a-, non COIN urrc 1 I i bv a- f tt> t f a j 47 n< es In the siiiatc Mi u t r n t t ik( up the as-  l paitv Is out r m n u p li t u 1 i n tin tw o houses ran 1 t br t ._. w lid sfdi-bill ui 1 fiMiiliff N w rk are mil li dis< it r f f tin f t di IK inn es ].i bit xif I is a n ns 1 r it a M in 1 bts i r n hituhti an n i inks s 1 J as a 1 i-h I th nk ho is ffiiilt> f f a r> i L rr m n h 1 and i 1 n Iruifc tj the 1 ir h i ist 1 f siiMrit Th- f f l. o n n f f ti g x 1 r a ise in I the c 1 urrli but u 1 f n a 1 i 1 ojtnlj and I li l> d( n i i r n hi! t i 11 I th nk it show a at tn asc Sente ice -vi i-- dt ferrf 1 S FI If TIONS His t-ldest Daughter Crituallv 111 In 8 Jx-giHUitare. JACKSON, Januarj 31 questior of locati >n of the world fair was disposed finally today both houses favoring locating it w est of the Alleghames gh no prefer ence uas expressed aa to the cities Chicago seems to be more favored by the members gen- erally The bill calling a constitutional convention to meet at Jackson, August 12th, passed both houses It does not provide that the new constitution shall be submitted to the people for ratification Governor Stone will soon sign the bill The bill parsed the senate today with three dissenting, votes to abolish the convict leasing system The senate passed tbe bill yesterday appropriating 000 for the completion of the federal monument now in course of con- struction It Is Still a. Deadlock. DES MOINES, la January 31 house session began at 2 30 this afternoon The first ballot, thirty third on permanent speaker, re- sulted, Hamilton 33, "Wilson 33 After taking nine ballots with the same result the house journed until 10 30 tomorrow To Prevent Adulteration. RICHMOND, Va January 31 bill was presented in the legislature today setting forth that whereas, the adulteration of food has grown to such a serious evil, causing the "loss of. health, life and property, thaj toe ABBESTO1 THE MEt R J-OB THE CLOSING OF THE NEW YORK BANKS. Claasen Malces a anrt Sm to tlie Broker Wlto Had tbe Put in Jail NEW YORK, January >1 H Pell, the broker, who was arrested 1 ntght for tbe part he took in disposing of tl e securities of tho Sixth Nation biiik was taken before United Suites t n to i t r It is rumoreii that the cashu r Mr was Iw watcliedbv ihe poliee ai 1 it was t houghs would be irrested aw sot 11 us the statement now be ng prepared vs as ready I- nnlner Hep- burn w hen w.ca at tlie Si vth Niti >n il bans, at noon said tlio b ink w n t 1 v-i morg than STW 000 Of this Tin nnt noo w a9 re bj bi nds an 1 seen n tits w hi hi been already s >ld and the t] t r ..W OOu reji- resented cheeks wh ch aie 1 eld a_, tha Equitable and Lenox Hill b inks THF D  II 1SFD All da> !on it w as t x- i th it Prosi lenfi Talmnn woildrall a' tht 1 iitabit b ink and furnished the ft fXHl i t f s rt sunta bi smess but be did not a] t ir i id tlie doors rein lined c ose 1 v ith i bi_ 1 n in t n one n out in tht m in ing t J il h i miner toii w iul 1 mal t a public si i i i ent during the aftirnoon but tins u as n rs at the built duniig tha afternoon and toltl tint tin business ofi tlie bank would be n Mimed in a ftw davsj the iflairs of tlie institution w i rt ill right and that it w is onlv rl std HIM ITI f NUinluation is in progress 1 he ex a m M rs oik lull at Ijeiiox Hill Vniil 1 fiev ais export t to some st ttemt nt i it. as u i k until a late hour THI POT If EM S "When the afu rn n hal ncnJv I isse 1 tha sh ides of Uu Smh National bulk whu'ihad been d >wii all tiiv wtr sud It nly j ullt 1 up, do Iiceman, stepp< d f rth carried a number at old v ilise-s and A irn ige drova un to the 11 ri Til thf ie ut} l drove rapidly awaj occupied U ss Thn.ii t 1. arm i 1 L er th it t mainiiiL, s run s f 1 tn L, ur l s n t I T limner H 1 in i ntte 1 t< u k thai inf n it r th it 1 1 1 i n n n _ in 1 t i th j r s.s 1 i U f rw irl h MM rt l Januarj T h C Iliii i r o U ritirvl is Ijiiig ill with I xin in ul e rtsuknco on Ma.hson i 1 uf ind 1 rthf nsions iro felt in n nard to IK r has IK t 1 con veil f r si me lut was n rr --ir Ipd a-, sf r 01 -h ill unt 1 tl is n f rnin whr n her imlalv ok- a r t irn ai 1 j.s dt emr 1 to u a h f i 1 f husband L olor ol j infjf llioFi litr filth n f is n u 111 tj -tves m an i 11 t ur 37 1 f i 1 rl rot) r Einiimns bfa ne onh nu n 1 rs tie faniiH out of tl r f The J -e d. n It an c 1 i f the i a thi-i nn ind went r tu i Secreta-v Flames house t j offer P m, a hj a itl a.ssistanee A eon-suitation of physicians was hflrl t) is morning and anothrr will probably be hel 1 tliis afternoon They offer no very Strong hopes for tha. patient s ery How Tlielr Finances Stand. DETROIT Mich January 31 The work of the auditing committee of the national land league was practically finished this evening at 8 oxlock, when the committee retired to ton sider their report, which haa been al r.io-t agreed on, but will not be given out for pnbh cation till tomorrow noon Tbe folk w fignrea however, are from an authen tic source Balance on hand at Chicago con- vention 1886, 883 receipts to January 1st 1890, remitted to Ireland to January 1st, 1890, S237 248, cnrrent expenses balance on hand January 1st, 1890, ffi5 The "West Contort. "W Va January ol Argu menta in the Fleming-Goff contest case were completed today and a resolution offered de- claring Fleming elected The resolution will be taken up tomorrow, when the contest will be likely ended W H Morns attorney of this city, has brought suit for 000 damages against Goff the contestee in the election case Gofi challenged Moms s vote claiming he was of unsound mind Tbe charge was not sustained and suit was brought Morris claimed bis business was to tliat amount br the libeL k f rj. S siji s tin ti f ,1 1 T I i t-M Statea ho ran t !m in tha s.iin_' 1 rf I r m tisitk O In a Free Flight Ja3 narj il wfcrf and i ilist i u vrhifh en a fit f hglit V wtr'1 ba I jured some a and   n a r f WOOOO ui pnb- Uf debt sin th' lit f -J Frar Ccntrj.1 I I) w i n the f r tw vre- k ID Fran n Laj Tbe bill known T compact, bi I and which f i f the J It IB reported that duke of f an t r resign as ii I i British armv in next J Hwt w II succeeded by the duke ol C-unnaabl q ieen a UJrd JohnJ OJJnen repol wa- rrtt vM front Z-Z? A G of Fla fr to Apnl SOtli luall pr Wright, "f the Fiiusoe'ptua riun win. leaae U-t wr penal, I' -1 i" K I I] y   

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