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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               v" rii i'rii o VOL. XXI.______________ BREED'S .NEW RULES. f II OKK OF TJf I "TY C.I VCl'SES SPEAKER DEFEATED ON ONE POINT Stringent Measures Adopted by Hie Krpub- t.i Prevent Ulilmslerilli: to Force Transaction of pifu'i-: nvi; C-KNTS. WvMtiN.iTOH, February S'.cu'k'i r Heed sustained a defeat at the hands 0( his own party in the republican caucus this 'l'n" making his report of tno rules under v h-.i-h th" house is to act. ho neglected to giv o user the- power to count a visible j-am'i. a constitutional quorum, stating that i, M b', -1 to leave tha' out "f the cod" of rub's, and .'allow himself, as speaker, to count when he decides. lo.nc-Kn TO TAKF: Kts CTWN Mr.nK-ixtc. Pneh leaders as M.-Kinloy and UuUcrworth 1 sirouglv, staling that after bis recent for the good of the parly to n.ako that one of tho rules. Keed ihev would not be whipped, and having the m.i'oritv of tie- partv with them. Mr. Keod vv Ueed wanted that to hi- at the .l.scr, lion "f the speaker, for he knew that on M..-OMM'. of the decided op- from the ,c miu.-ritv then.-.I ik. whom he swill be democmtii, enforce it. and the republican nn- the next would l.av.i the no.ver thev had in the last. But as it is ic ih'e democrats, he thinks. 1. n i', Hie next .ongress, and tln-u his ,-i -y oo-npv a similar powerless pos 1: that MOV. occupied by ll.e dcc.ioo-ats. MIIK HI I.K All..11 KD. The Minioritv of the republican parly, I'o.v- er ,-isagrocd with him. and it wasthc -i, 'I maiority that "as we hav ing 1-, n'-io have Ihe f'tn i, the next i sore over his defeat, but is tivllov ilo, I. that the vv .us perfectly ii wasalmos, as much of a bedlam Ii last week. Tin- dcnm.'i.its have i, ks K- ,1 liisonlv b. en able to p.ilch u i.. ml. -ii-g lo bis nts. lie New (ode o: llulcs. Fchruarj purpose of the r, pundoan h this afternoon lo consi.h-i- Ihe n, vv code of rules, v hh-b completed by Iho committee on r.des th.  rub siul.i to pre-.ent its anop- b'.t -I by a cu 7U to Tl. SUMF or THK cir Tl.e full e ile as ,1 emoiue; from the einirim, fi.nii the obi rules the ma- terial I'mler rule o, eanls aru not to be Vii.ler rivo 11. the'eomniil li e on in-, ul'i oensions is aUen the riahl to al nv tune, a., ai.e.i'U stalc.l. rmlef rulo V, tbreeea'emlars ire for: lust, on the eoMimilli.....t lh" whole, t" which shall he pnblie hills; see, ml. lio-.ise ealemhir, fol all lulls ol a inilibe .bara.ter not raising rovenne. nor ill re. IIV or imlireet l> appnipr.al- or prop, llonl, e.ile'idar of the coninpttv'e of the whole for hills of a pri- vate eh.iracter. fuller rule lo. a new claa.se is -I as follows: tin ol any member the the ii'ines nl ''i.n.ler In :nl ol "pn-i-nt ami nol he lolli.wi-.l llie'i.iniesol absent ,in m- onclcd a hir: porumitv for obsl ruction. Xnoth'er change in the direction is 111 sceLM.M I', of the same ri'le, which permits the bite I ri ..n.g an 1 going oj.cn house r an older and forbids debute o: a motion to Kuh '_'l (older of business) radically f.'V.lf.om the old rule. n prov id.-s after p.aver and the reading of the journal, an order -s Pillows: Correction of rftfercliee of Disposal of bnsjuo-s on the speaker's table. Cntinlshed bfiji.-ss. Morning hoar for the -le.posnlof reports from committees. o'f nnion. Vo consider bills designated an or- der of the day. disposal of business on the ikei's desk, t m', nisi, ed bnsim-ss. in whi.h l le.-i-o may be ei.ga nt ad ionrnment, ex- in the hour, shall bo resumed at liie ,ame lime ea, h day thereafter until of. Af er the disposal ol tin- ions day and on the house calendar, When the coiemto-o bus oic-ipn-1 the morn P" hour "I, tw o d.lv s another eommi'leo i.tn.-.l he called. After tno morning hoe.r mo- rons lo into com Mill Leo of tho w hole to eon- a particular bill are in order, change of c, n o occurs 111 r-lle wbilh requires a t.vn-ilni.U vo.c to s-. spend the rules. To this an addition is made us follows: Except to tix the for Ihe consideration of a bill r resolution already re mire only a miiio.-ilv vote of Ibe I, m e." TIIK CM-COS NOT II '.KVIoMOt s. __ The c.i .ens in -.---..en until o'clock. inviol.-blcs.-cic, in re- the proceedings vvns rvcd. an, every effort was made to prcvcnl 'be .ii-ilen ol staled t'hui- on ev c: v" piecnlid the ,-iccns vv..s tho length ..I Ihe se-i- .sieii am! the known opposition of s-cvoial rep, render theacc.-i-.u ..I ilii- -Ion'' In fict il b-n liie Mile-i--d il it f-l- fr.'m b- 1 g h.i.-monion-i Ihe at tone, -Irongiy woricod up bv th-iv. r, ion I I. tall.v d.ver- ent opin an 1 lh.it Ibis pioposiiion islhe M.OI-C is e.nie-i, "1 lev thegre.it euro which via, till., n lo prevent Ihc iact i hoi r n. THK ni-iiiot KATK: CALTL-'S. They Will A-U 1 or Time to {-.msi.icr the W.VSIIIS.-IITOS-. F.-hi-mu-y o.-Therc wis the' dooisa'i'd scenic a elia ige of air in Ihe hall of the house tonight after Ih" repiihhoan belor.. Ihe democratic mem- (Th.s in line with Heed's rilling.) 1-KKV KN-r I Il.li'.t SI FU1.SG. V under .U-b ite, no motion r.'inl. to adjourn, t.. lay on t, r without to postpone to a il.i.vcer- t ,in t.. r.'lei "r to ovpo-tponeiinleilnip-ly, vim h several si, ,11 in 1 lie Ion "one' ol.l.-r and no m p, ,-i p, ne t., (iTtanT to or I" po-tpone in.lclln d. eiilid. shall I, .oiiiu on the s.iaie al lh. s.m.e stage "1 th, pp ;e. j n Ili.-slriking7u.tof motions vv hn -h in.iv be I...... ived, those lo lix a day to which Iho lu.i.-i shall adjourn, and to 1 So t ,o in section li-. e of the same rule, the prov isn.n that adjourn to n lived dav. to a.ljourn, a.id to take a rece-.f, shall alv'vavsbe ill order, is out, but section ten o'f Ihe sa..... rule carries this principle still further. It is a lie .V section, which .iilalory motions -hall be entertained by the epeakcr. Under rule 17 it is provided tha t the prev i- quesiion may .....i.ade i" inclnde a hill lo its pa-.sage or rejection. [The old nil" in- a bill as far as Lngro.-smcnt and third rea.hng, and re'iuirud a lenevvnl and second j a VhaiTge. a', .o, in ihc line of preventing strnclioM.] The ision ill the section of tho old Ilia: motions to 1 n on the table shall bo in'oi-.h ,-on the s-'L-ond and third reading of a bill i, omitted. The p.-inc.plc of preventing obstruction is put in operation rule IS. which is as compiired with the old code, by I r.lrik-.n-: of questi. us all that niliy intcrv cue betv-. e'n a ntoii.-n to reconsider and the vote, those Lo adjourn, to lix a day and take a re- Seeiioc 1 of old rule 21, which requires all DilN a'.d joint resolnti- -is lobe read three "ir'e'.n ral appro', i', bill, uppr.r- .11, not rev ior.lv a-tl by hn. or "s'l-i. n is with the addition, v in favor of sin h as being I u, to the snbjco, matter of the bill, shall I on the -ev'cial .l.-partim nts of ennnc-nt" and shall he rec-aninemlcd or moved by dircc- of the coaiiiiotco reporting tho bill. [Tics hist clan-" charge of apori.prialion bills lo add legislation to a limit.'--! extent, but deprives the house of that addition to tho satno section n-akcs it generally out of order to increase an appro- j disciis-cd w.'is the lic-v code of The dimn-.d-its v, ere at a dis.idv in the incmb. rs v.ere no! supplied will, eeple, as (he republicans v-.cre toiiav so Mr. was ohiiecil torcid and c.vplaill from bis pnv.iie M.itnrally (his was slow work, and et'lh- di.-enss.oli. NO-.V illld then .-nine member be loi'd Mill, indignation express himself forclhlv as some palti- obnoxious rule vv.is read and its cited S'l'i'-iic'er thonuht tho rnlrs nn ant tint (he wall I, dog w as nnd ehainc.l and the thrown op. n to plunder. I.ill the general vvas that no w'eic by the demo- ci-its and vvoiihl hci-onside'.ed in a fair sp.nt. Mr. Carlisle v, as accordingly I" nc- propVr and reasonable time to c .nsider the rules m they should be rcooited to- morrow. Inasmuch as Ihe democratic mem- bers are with on t copies the ,-epnbl i cans vv, 11 also he requested lo allow dehnle of a re -n.ihle ien-tl, ttiK.ii them hen Ihov arc ial'cd up f ,r coiisbleration. and if lh.se conce are ..ranled Ibe dcnioerais will no un- nsn-il obstacle, to action upon ll.cni. A toalnro of the evening's pr, .-.---iing tbat would lia-.o been amusing if it had not re- sulted in positive ineoii-oineme y.i- i-Hi- linle certain men a: ting under orqers of a sinpid superior. eirnince lo the roi'hhn" to report, rs for the a privilege denied. Mor.-ov er, the-, persisted in this course, ill spite ol the fail Unit the Chairman "f the d. .aoe.-.uic (Mr. H..1- adnnssioi TltKIK KEt.ATIVK s. L K.-..; Mr Blount is eonsidercd very strong in 311 south Georgia, while it is said that demerits would carry every county north of the Georgia and Georgia 1'rcitic railroads, aud would maRo a big pull from the south Georgia comities. Mr. Clements is what is known as a quick thinker 0.1 his feet. He is thorougbjy posted very conservative and a good oratar. His position as Ramhi'l's right band man On the appropriations eommiUcc.and his thorough work on thai, committee mark him as a good financier, combined vrilh his abilities as a statesman. Mr. ISlo-im is noted for his con- servatism and opposition to large appropria- tions. With these two men in the race against Nortben and Livingston, there would be some lively old political times in Georgia. Neither of tiioso congressmen are candidates, how- ever, but it is tho gcm-ral opinion hero mat cither of them vrmld be willing to maie-.a swap of a scat in congress for a home in the Pouchtveo aaansien. THK'I-ONC-.IIKSSION-AI. I-IIOSI-KCT. the exception of Mr. Candler, and Un- less one of the Georgia congressmen is selected for "overnor all others of the GeTgia rtologa- be cnmlid.iles to succeed themsoh e.3. So far as can ho learned here. Major I'.arnes is Iho only ono who has yet outspoken oppo- mnt "However, there seems to be many as- pirants for Mr Grimcs's sci-.t from the fourth, but he is doing such good work for his district this session that it will be next to impossible tub-it him, and it is certain a belter mail not found to till bj.3 tho Atlanta district the t ,ik hero is to tho e'T. ct that i'.ufus T. Dorsey and mot: ma-, cross svv orils vitli .Ill-lei' Stewart. It is believed that Judge Mr. Turner. Mr. C.-.rltoii and Colonel v, ill be retnvned without oppo.'.i lion, a-.d in Iho i-.cnt that neither Mr. Clements nor Mi III em: into tl.e race for governor, they wid be roll.mod. v vi ,1, i oc. K.VNr-.vt.L. 'nnd of has been raised for Mr. r-ic -ii by his friends in Philadelphia. Tha fi.n'l is given to family. This lias dope on iM-eo'lllt of his serious condition, fearing that he will never be able to ii-'.Uii attend ills duties ill congress. II fs nnm-ecsiarv 1-> say that tho would refuse to accept a "ifl. Kn '--ing '.bis his fiiends, beaded by Geor-i! Ch.lds, have quietly raise I the Tii'' ill of Mr. KundaJl's I.eaUJi will invest t'n.s film! nnd d-- volc Ihc to tin- of hi" family. Mr Kan.hill b.is nothing whatever, save h'n salary, and he re. eutly lost about that i V the Hiho't def.il. ai'oii. HID in. i CKV "i i1 t HK r..vs. M. I-. Honhaui. Jr., of Columbia, South Carolina, ca.no very near h.iin" bis life hero I.e.'- night. He came ill v-Ierduy. and is stopping at the Metropolitan 'hotel. "l.ast night, when he retired, lie thoi'.'hthe had turned out tin- gas. The lix- tnros" however, being very old, it is probable thai the weight of his hand, as he withdrew it. the stop cock, and the gas escaped. Mr lioi.h.im went to sleep almost, immediate- lv and had it not be, n the Bniflht watchman d, tooled the odor ill the hall, ami Ins wav into the room, it is probable the elleet of the gas would have been fatal. Vsitw-ish- had only a-.locp a short while arc! when the were u opiu he soon became all fight. A doctor VMIS on.led in. bill his serv ices were not needed. WASHINGTON, February beautiful historic east loom of the executive mansion, the scene of so many varied spectacles of brill- iant eeremoiiy or social gayety, was today devoted to the sadly contrasted and sijlemuly itnpressive of the funeral. Very sel- dom has any similar scone been witnessed at tho white horse, and never 1TO, -when the remains of tho lamented Lincoln reposed same surroundings. The services over tho remains of the wife and daughter of the secretary of the navy were appointed for 11 o'clock, but long before that hour the casl J-.HUII was crowded with peo- ple desirous of paying the last tribute to their departed friends." It was a most distinguished gathering, an-1 included nearly everybody of prominence in Washington. Arrangements had been made for seating :V-0 persons, but over 500 managed to gain entrance. All the s l.-.oling to the cast room wore also thronged with people, and it is estimated that were nearly a thousand persons in tlio house. As far as possible admission was confined to the personal and official friends of Secretary Tracy and his family, and consequently very few strangers were present. A arreat crowd gathered outside, however, and watched the carriages as they drove into the grounds. It vvas for.ud necessary to station policemen at the gates to keep out the crowd. TKK I'-LOKAL OFFF.KINGS. The caskets containing the dead were placed side bv hide under the ccntrnl chandelier and directly opposite the main corridor. Thoy M-orc distinguishable only by tho greater of the one containing the body of Mrs. Tracy. A large sago palm with graceful spreading branches vvas placed between them at the foot, and the sombre drnpings of the caskets w ire of the valley, etc. Garlands aiid wreaths-were also hanked against too sides of each casket. These tlornl tributes -.out bv Secretary and Mrs. lliainc, the German minister. Senator Stanford, S-n.i'or Halo, Vice-IV.-sident and Morton. So. re- tary and Mrs. Wimloni, Mr. ISci-gen. Mr. .fohii II. McC-.ie, Admiral 1 orler, Mrs John Ice Carroll, Mr. II. G. the British minisler, ve Hilt, Judge Bancroft Davis, I'aym.ister-General I-niton, IJmlod Stales navy, Ueproseiitahve Lodge, and Mr. Henry W. Raymond. Duo parln u- larly wreath was placed on Miss Tracy's casket by In- yinin: friends the Mis-os Proctor, Miller, Waiia-.uaker and Kusk aud the Misses Wimlom. 1-E.IPI.K 1-ltr.SKNT. Seats were arranged 01, three sidis of the square, the open space being n ed for thn en- trance "f mourners and the presidential party who were assigned seats fronting tho caskets. Vicc-l'i-esnlcnt and Mrs. Morton, who were the. earliest an iv ills, were also se.ii. d opposite Near by weie seated Ihe Dr.tish and fnmiiy. the minister, tin! Chinese and Con an legailons, tin: manyoliiei member., the dip- "'.v'l-m'v'a'no' ,'.a al onh-crs were present in a great 'inrmbii- and m-iiiiy ail wcic in full EA1> FOR FOKAKEK. Sirs. TVood Gives in Testimony Damaging to the Ex-Governor. WASHINGTON, February hoti.se com- mittee investigating the Ohio ballot-box forg- ery, this morning continued the examination of Gov ernor Campbell. In answer to C.ov.r- ntvr Foraker, w iinoss said he had not predicated his assertion ir.ade in the specr-li that. Foraker was an infamous scoundrel upon the lirioe. let ter, but it was in answer to charge that he was party to the million dollar steal. He (witness) had said that any man who charged another with steal ing r. mil 1: on dollars, when he didn't know v, hat he was talking about, was a .scoundrel. WOOn'S WIFE OM TIIK STAND. Mrs. E. Wood, wife of P. G Wood, was called. She said her first knowle.U-e of her husband's connection will: Ihc ballot box mat- ter was when he cam" homo one day and told her that Gov enter Foraker an.'. Mr. liaddeii wanted him to try for app-.intment as s.....kc inspector, and that he could get it if he tnr- ni-.hed certain tilings to Governor F. rater. She had advised her hiisban 1 to have m.th.i.g to do with the business. He hail sent and ri- ceivcd several telegrams to and from Governor Fornker. Dur.ng her husband's absence, Mr. Madden called. That was on October Mio had received a letter from her hi.-han.l telling her to call upon Madden for money, ivnd she so lie was not al ho...... so she (Mrs. Wood) left word for him to call at her home, and he did so. She presented the r. w ,th an en- closed note to Ha.ldcn, who rend it and it called forfo'l, which he paid her at once, lie then advised her to put all ,n. h letters in the fire, and barne-1 tl.e note. Shi hud saved the letter from her husband, howe'. er, and pro- duced it. WOOl.'S I.KTTKK TO Ills WIFE. Mr. Grosvenor read it as follows: WASHINGTON. D. C., -I want yon to see Ifadilon, at S S. J.avis's ollici, an.I let me ki-e.w' by telegraph if he will ,1" whit 1 wrote him and send by express. I von tiinl. r.lood my t. lc- pram today in nnsvvvr lo vo.i: 1 .ion t want 10 ,..._.. i I vv.u.t "vyill l.v Had ctn lie hil.rseln'ius ...jul Iculm-l m, at Colmiilms. I'lltll thmks l.c.st to s! l.v here until nfti'i theehelion I will do I know lo.u Cimipbell wants an al'.i.l iv it Hi.I will in .p Canq.ls'll in the tight against I-, raker. now v MKN-rs vv i ur. ,Mr..Or..fvei.or a.kcd f. r fell d, tails ahoitl pavments loher by Madden. Wit iie-s_n-plied thatsbe had, iibonl or l.lh. re- c-eived from at his mm c, of vvhi, h w as for her -MI i J-'-l for s.df. She had a-k'-d Ila.l.h-n how to remit to him. bat 1..- had told le to ,1-chcl .jlldg.nent. Ti M wa. 1! p-ivn.ent of nfiv .h.il.iri "t m i 1" ".-e. she f-r.v dollars from Ion, the "f Wood's ani'st. lie I. id told her then that he w, .I'dl.nv.. to take monev 01" of pocket. told her won..! see that was l.-nen ci'ie of; tlao h.s ar- rest .....y a pol.taal affair, and that b" wonhl be given pcrm..nciit Me hardlv thought he conbl get the smoke in- i-ctorship, lint sliil he would iin-ot. AGAINST THE TRUSTS. IM POKT.l M18- RAILROAD EXEMPTIONS REPEALED the liinlr lii'l v ..esting Ibe peal of tbe l-iftc.-ntti Am. iidoi.-i.t OtlK-i- N.-vvs of tnUM.-sl. JACKSON'. M.--S, F. i tions w ill, a .sharp Mi k. The s. nate j by a -.btcon to t, n. bill. which rcpc.os so mil, h of a'i i.rter. of roads containirg MS from taxnlion. Itillsoappl-.es to all other orpori.l ions now Clljoving exc.np-.ions from ta-uti.-n. except that it does n.-t atTe fa, l.-r.e. cxein; f, r ten. jcars of over v aim- A similir bill pa.s.se.1 the tv-o v ear- ago. b-.t w .is in the house Th" auihor of the bill now Claims that it w-.ll the The anti-trust bill I by th" senate has not yet been considi n ,1 bv the ho.ise. UN ST in, n- III 1 I The sonale passed re. i-nnr, o our setuitors ami t vote iLgainat the Blair b'il Mow pen.bnj c..- gress. Tl, F! ri f, N i! V 'TI V! e.l l l III the hoe.se Gen. Vv e' '.--igtliy orial f I'.c til'.. amendment. He c'--ed -y that u bail been demi that the giv :ng of the bal- lot lo the negro vv as a Miis'a'-.o, and that he was in. apabie of Ihe proper n-.- of Ih" ,-h-eliva franchise. The f r went ,v.r t.ll to- morrow vv hen M r. a co'oied lawyer of Adams eonniv. v. I ik in f r of tha adoption of Ibe i. -n. r tv I, p, it made by bin.. 1 II I Hi 1 1. ,1, s Governor Slonel-, i ,v 1 the Pi.'' calling3. constitutional conv e.iti.in to ass. lllth. deh-.-aleslo to l.o duly PJO from tb......nnti.-s an I -n from. the slali-at large, n two of tl Horn Iho coni.lv bill -h.iv, ,o him bv the enrol.im: 0111 toi.iv Ho did retain il over .in h- ei 11 to the bouse of his appro, ai of i; vv a lustily The ceptio cne, wVeh. pei-Velps. some crank had er, ted there until m. opi.ortn.ni Iy would oc. nr i-h, n il could be plai ed nnih-r Tom K.-ed's chair. Itcreated a good deal "f excitement at the time though it was evidently intcndcil as, a joke. IJI.AIlt ON 1 I! It FI.OOK o- Tlie National Itosinl of -The, ve. in e coun- cil ot Ihc naliiiiia, board ot Ira.le is n, 01 ,n this eitv. One of till- obj.-.-ts of the n., eting at r, .futions i-Litmn to Ihe .1.111 -i .1 I'n.l up, n 1 v lh, loint it tin- hisi iinmiiil ineeiim: m the 'iniitl.'r "I treaty ea..... up .iron. Mr fori'i-il'v deet.iring it lobe the nuii-r I ot the senate the the Mates to the treaty i of wen- not distnrl.e.l l.y tile iiirlul treaty ol "'This rosohuioii was iliseussCil f, r an hoiir or j i KpcakinKoii Iti- K.liienli.m liill-Tlic Kccog- of r.niiil. I WASHINGTON, l-'cbi nary o -Mr. M.-odyj offered a resoltition in the senate oirccting the to procure, f, ,r the use of the Indian ,b pn-l.itiom, >omc-nit- able rooms in thn viiinilvof the captl.d. at a r. nt not cM-ccding month, the tease j t with the present session. the of which it appeared 'that there thr.-o senate committees which have no p'-uoe f meeting, and that there is a in the ECmite -wing of the ,i that is vacant. The rooms in the t'-rm-e oi-tside r.ii the west front are not a because they have 110 windows ex- "too e opening oii'the ai-ca and do not get j lln- h-iit of the sun. 1'in.illy the resolution was referred to tho 1, 11 to provide a temporary government for the terrdory of Okiilahoma. The clerk commenced to read the bill, but ]cnl not completed the reading when at o'c'-ek the lir cdm atioii bill vv ius taken up I as 'unlinisbed bus.ness, and Mr. Ulair pro- I to address the senate in advocacy ol it- speaking some time. Mr. I'.lair tempo- rarilv vielded th" floor to Mr. Sherman, who, from' th" eommiltee on foreign relations, re- porltd the following joint resolution, which vv as placed oil the The joint rtjsolu- tioi. congratulating tho people of the L mted States of lirazi! on their adoption of a rcpubli- j form of >'ovorume.it- i p.esolvcd ,--t. thai th Cnite.1 States of Ainenca ?SHS ,S! "iVi'ir r an tormof gov- I 'si.orliv before 11 to Ihe ea t ro, i" is of !he eabii-.ot. vv ill, the ex- lUione, as pall soon after entered and look scats at the i'lght of tho rhcy wore soon follow o 1 by the funeral [irT- eessioii, Sectetary Ti.-.cj and Ids Frank walliing arm and arm at il, head. They were followed by General I- S. CalPu, Mr. A. 11 Callili, Mrs. Ilobert Graves and daughter "ml other relatives. A short space bch'ud 'thorn came President Harrison, Mr. and Mi, Melvee, S. orelarv and Mrs. I'.'ai'ic Kcv. llr. Seolt, ll i' president's father- in-law Mr. 11. li. Ihi.vnn.iid, Li, ntenant Ma- son and Mr. K. II. Uaif'.r-I. A s soon as thev 'eat. d the choir of St. John's Kpi-eopal chnnh, consisting of sixl. en w bile b.-vs and four men, cmicr Ihe ducction of >ir 11. 1, piece; tor. eiiior.d tin nciin corii.lor Irom tar end, and as tbcj -.1.....' i'i length witli slow and meat, mcd step sang a pro-i-.ioi.al hymn, km.llv. Til K Si-.KV 1. KS. I.ev Dr. George William Douglas, o St. John's I'rotestaiit Kpiscopal cln.rch, am Ilev George Kiliott. pastor of Foundry Mclii odist Episcopal church, entered at the rear o rh.'choir and took their places near the oas kcts Iir Douglas immc-diately began th Episcopal burial service. "I am the rcsiirrer tioll nnd the life." At its conclusion thechol sung the hvinu, I.over of My Son'." The scripture lesson was read by T.OV. IV Kiliott. II began at the '-'Oil. verso of the lot be.her Foink, r as alwiivi afraid tome one would see mm liking to her. and wanted her t" -ay noth.ing bout when be called. Governor Foraker said that he knew noth- r-.'Wood bv'Mr. M.i-iden. iid that Hadden could tell Ihe story wl.cii ecallcd. WOOD'S SON TFSTII-ii.s. After recess, U. J. Wood, a lad offift.cn -.irsofa-e ami son of It. G W.-od, produced ,e stock book of Ihc Il.'llot I'.. :c -oinpai.y. le Raid that ill Xov.mher last, wb.n bis was under he had lose" bv m-.thcr's i.rder lie v.a.uil I, -s sister. made her in the nail .bile he tool, v. in the Mlling room. lor money, and lladoeii g-n e im SID from own po, let. al ho t. i d, ami him that pcrlmps l.-l- fa'her I c I.mil- thai ght. S, ).V1 F. OF 'I li i'.S. Mr. Grosvenor nevt to. k up the book ind read stubs to show Ihe p, s v h..m rtithatesot slock hid hi en i-.u-d. FIOMI lic'-c -.tnb-i it app, ir.d tint lie- hug. r ..it ho stock was held by Wood and In- wile, i ml ,thcr stockholder-, whose nnues have b, en ,ins case, were A. 1.' h- S K. Davis, Ldward Hall lindT C. cheered. Both ,1 I. Iv pa '.I ilesoivod. I.-. I 1. r, or, i .In, s. tho "II..l n h I. i. ,1 w.ih pro- f.......1 sorr.-vv the ml, nVr'v ot'lTie'inivv ih, r .-ur- tViel d --i.-relarv 1 i HI-: INS, it is, K ni-Ki- i" liie stale, toiiav rcpolle.i as f, iious n.'.ini. V.I o, tho n-p: Iss" .-F, A ll-l "1 1......c M, Liu., .1.1 ..n'l' .'l' r ol II., r ,1 o..tn L-'v-.s tl'liel, Tit.....ii-ld- thev nt Ion. ti-e .o.po.i'.l.n-nt ol the el ..I. .1 legu- thelir'-l of ll'.-iu slept. For sine I v mull came death l.J man also the n-surreetlo o'f thedea.i- The choir then snng: Ko, Ai.cs.cl. ft forme. p raver, read by Dr. Douglas, conclude tho The president, with Se. retar on his arm, out of the room, and next to th.nn came Mr. Frank rr.u-y. Ins son who was so overcome that he had to lie si.p'pcrteij by two ushers. Following the pro- ce-sioii came the choir, singing as a rcessional lomn: "Abide with rr.c. Fast tails the- cv-omlig tide, Lord, witli me abide." IN THK VAfl.T. Tho bodies w-ero remored to the hearses ami the funeral procession was formed, the cortege mov in- slowly to Rock Creek cemeteiy. ju.-t bevond the Soldiers' Home, where the bodies j were placed ill the receiving vault to await Secretary Trace's determination in regard to their permr.nent resting place, S, -etary Tracy did not go to tiic cemetery. a.s it as feared the" task might prove too much for his The president occupied a with Mr. Frank Tracy. A long line i of containing nearly allot those who J attciided'tbe -erviccs at the white house, lol- i low ed the remains to the cemetery: THE K1LJ, FAILED. Sherman and Melvinh-v dnin't let on him the'm.' what tl r e- ferred to, and the matt, r pas-ed .11 II, CialiC piin.-ls were lio'd 'lrl'- cleslotl.'e, tha' F. raker v. a m.: re, ing the "f the couth-men nan., ,1 now TIIK Ilelails of tin- Work of the Men ho Ihc lijinks Into Trouble. NKW Y.JUK. February .i.-Tlu- deliiils of the method bv which the bank eatc secured control of llnee ha-, e just been made oiat'lon'wastbe Ivpnlahle bank. T', r in which the I.ei ox Hill >ix'h .s.n.......1 were se, led v.l- Ibis S' n.l 'l vv o.....-li.e I.....ox Mill b.M.k. Tl.is-nm n. I..do I a of i-JoCOO for the privilege of ll.ng V- 11 it the" svmli.ate want, ,1 v- l, a hi.g in- tcresl'in Lenox b.-.l- I" c.lr tail, tins, it pnr, based .-no 1 ni, -it The money can c from tl.. l.ii.-.'ub, to the amoilfn of f w, i.-oiaw u and -rl.- lii-il at tho Th, r, v.. p.r.i, .1 in tlio n hank. ..lie r '--vs s., for them. ll.e- tl pur, based. ll.e 1-s i. n'. d at lank. Ihe I....I, ,f co.ir-e, sntHcient credit liar; to me, t tl.e che.ks. Themoi... nt 1. .1, certified .-he. ks c.p..lt" pa-d foi tho bank were drawn and K.pv i- hie bank, thus halal-ing Ihe ll, AHOTKI. IN A AZE. Anil Many I'.oati- Dcslrovc.t ami China. FIIVN-.IS. Tl Sl-.ughai M', r-'nry of .lau-arv i- iv.d tha count of a great .he, t i.e.'! ng. vvhi'l, a brief i .v revived at the t.ine ft sev. Hi li" Ti'i "T ne-.n, in Yan-17" -r at aboe.t in a. in. w h, n tl, v-.a.her t, th, l" vi I I ,ard arndnug no. .ea- of v, r Two I...., l.il.ek, 1.....1- and i" I "'y- .1...... lik.-a fog i" 'I- and the r f ,11 I >-.-vr-l- making.-, verv lono D turbn.ee mi '.v v.r, ,ir- ,M I M- ic 'ban were :-l .-.ndi- lion le. th" Cloiie-e r, s. Th who io-t th. ir iiv, w, re h-.r.. d I.) lha ____ __ I TIIK J-.-M-l.' -1- 1 Clerk Walton, of I 'I Witfc IHHI. ST r, 1 he 1 K.pre-M I'ri'i'i'.'iia'-. 'f a Mi- mi v''" n" vea- gold aicl v ,t, in a. s-.ck v.a- re.eiT.t.'l and An. all right. No v.a- by on f tl.e t piukage of lull- T.- "-as ast S- -lav d lha "'rone unio'llo- C.. bank rf d a. faiinr.. to r-.-l.e fWl. The tra, ed u, Ind.an Tirr.torv ___ isacola No in the House. I W l-'ebriiiiry being a i tacit'nndot-.sfmdiiig the dem. era's licit no effort wo-.-.ld be made] the i, f bit -iness today Ol nn'. jor- jtv of members being n' in auendance at Ibe f'l'ieral of Mr-, and M..-.S '1'racj) 'clerk wa, to read Iho journal in iis i l.irm. democrats did not wish) ordasapprov ing Ihe coil- scouontlv- demanded the veils and mlvs oil l ipotioii. Tho vvas I liays lionc. a coiislitiitionai quorum being counted by tho speaker. The house then at on motion of Mr. I McKIiiIey, of. Ohio, adjourned. The New York Worlrt'i Fair Bill Put to i N. Y.. F'.bruary .1 the senate the world's fair bill was put oil its tMial but only received thirteen atiirm- alive rive negalive. Aeall of the sen- i ate was ordered b.-foie the announcement of on rciiuons. ,i tin- vote in ..r.'.er to get ,b, enteeii nceessarj- wo'ils Vxp-e-sed ill th.-ir repmliati.Mi of -t to the bill. Ti ,-..11 failed t., secure IM'iiiroh'.e "r i'o Hals.......its several pira- the votes ami the bill vv asdcclared lost, 1 i'-' al1d a motion to reconsider was tabled. a Canliier. TFRREHAI-TE. Ind., February W. K. Crawley, of the Farmers' bank, at Sullivan. Ind., set fire to his bam. and then cut his throat. Boys found the body after the bam teas consumed. His accounts are re- ported to be all right, aud his family relations pleasant This joint i ".....1 as a ii.bsi into fir that ..1 Mr. M..'g-n. introduced December isth, am! lo the foreign rcl ilions. It omits t, in th.-ir repiuhat graphs ,1, hiring the rec. gmtion of the States of "as a lawful and r.gl.i.iui gov- ernment- and desiring the prescient to the people and onieci-s of tl.e Tinted States to reoo'-mU the nag of t'he Cnitcd States of Brazil "as the Hag of a free, sovereign and in- dependent state." Mr. Biair resumed his argument In support of the education bill.but yielded the itoor for a motion to proceed to executive business. j The Continental Hotel I'ire. Fla February.', i 4 hre wa., d'-sx-ic. ercd in the Continental hotel atHo'ol.KkthisevcMinL'. The is' a lar-'c frame hotel. Tho tire ongm.r-.-u !.--m cause unknown, i" the a; art.nout.- i the kitchen am! ilimng room. At tn..fc it vvas that the cnl.re would be total Iv .l.-stroyed, bin owing to the exertion j and efficiency of the fi reir.en. tie- ilames wore extinguished, ai a I'-ss n tlic building and furniture. Tie- of insurance on th" bnihi.e-'i- in- anrance upon the fnrn'iire ca'unot The Deadlock Ilrolien. HFIFVI M.-nt., F.l.ruary- Tin- dea.ii.Vk ,n the v-nate Ih- rn- motion was made lo n-nb-r .oe Jo? the republican an-1 ib" demanded the via, and iiavs. N-.in cans voli-iin the tl.e not voting. Licutenant-O.c. enu-r L.char-.s hold that a quorum was U-ra'ise tl.e democrats had called for tho aveji m. 1 nays, and declared the motion earned. T.J.C l is now considering lionise bills. He Shot Ol'l XASHVII.I.E. Tenn F. Iru.-.r-. Dr W.T Oair.e, shot and i fanner named WngM ti, s lha t _ had, a Lre.b'onotin- ,d Th'..- latter ,s In.i.re.-.. 'f T wa-H 7h' v-.-- w'r'djV'Ir''-.' ,v, Till; I f MMCs 1 1 a.- I iiibiie. iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr   

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