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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               f' ATLANTA CONSTITUT VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. GA., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE EULES PASSED IS TUT WITEX> STATED Ot AN INFAMOUS CHAPTER IN HISTORY Went irginla's Fresh A ounc Man TTlio to Out Next tVeek ana- maker's tcellncs Hurt. "WASHINGTON February 14 Thi nglit on the rules is at an end Speaker Eeed 3 code has been adopted Ctrtain features of it are uuconstitutionil it is true jetthej arc beCtt i for the democratic minontj than Ktt I s on action of general Iiirliamcntary L i er them he c in count a quorum He can rp ;fi se to entertain auv motion, by armonncTJE; lie dooms it dilatory. Jt might bt, a uu tn n tr adj urn b it in no case is he trq urcd t-> entertain an if i pal Indeed these make the speiker in autocrat He ran kill or pass anj b 11 he "N man t in talk w t!  nt he agrees to it As for tho mm >r U t o 11 po cr 1 he democrats hereafter arc to be nit an 1 like a jt b w ill be w rked u tlio will of the speaker Kisr b OVLL1VT UGHT AHhough the demot rats for been tiojieles.i they made a h0ht to amend the nnjust code risp has been in ci. ecutn e control He h u.1 eeii tlieunaniinouslj leader of the deniorratir forces He nas f ujjht bra-v elj (or tlie rights of the minor iU Bj his splendid legal arguments and ap IoiN to justice he succeeded in draw two men fr m tho Jicrct t- ft rt s lid repubheali ranks to nn him They wero Chcullej of Indium ml An! of Kmsds 1 hey with h m i h s unLJuliitcii striki out the c hi i the eaker not to consi U r any n o he 11 iglit deem di i rj jtt ltd ktj t h s tl ei men ui hni out; ted tho gallant t in and his clem crj r fortes or y time Ih is it this ifiemoou tJie code ulo )ted witliout amen iment N will come tho ousting of democrats r u their seats m rapid succession po 1 ij s tl e passage of an eleetion Uw i t nlT bill Blair educational I 1! if it should get thiough the senate il p d net tax bill subsidies for steamship hut -I I pension bills ilmost withtut end a the bill uul indeed all manner of j i tisin on 1 10( Crisp has -won trie name of the g t ttbt dcmoerit of all hv his splendid lead iilp He his not made a single nusUike I. ir lisle has not even been present 111 the 1 i P sim t tl P TLal t b gi i Judge I U< n tl c leader alone ind as Mr It 1 ill s i 1 to i member who caHt-d nfter the i t! is iftern on i h us made a good Isoono coiild i c lono bettrr He las made point that any one c mid e ma tt and it un 1 iss I le to do moie Tlu j were determined t h t tl se a Mr Heed made them an 1 tiolh ng could h e prt THE OXHJEH. GltOHOIANS Other Get rgiaii members also came to the front t daj in short speeches Major t f the te ah made a sj louuid speech 111 w hit h lit br f i lh a new hue of argun cut Ti irt is also re id j with a m i itc si cc h in w hn h he that the r i i N we n pure j irt an in 1 ip I L iK w Id tinhti.li 1 Ihe riles wirp fi i 1 t s ml t  i sc d ru t s i bm x s to the constitmi n t 1 tl tj r lumia! i ow tr of tlif bpc ikor 1 is ti i ly t o it and will ten 1 to f 1 fitt w tl n t d IP r i si leration improper 1 i, 1 it n Tl e result-, if th i sessi n lie be 1 1 w ji 11 n ako tli odio is to tlie wl L r m o t tl e 1 bbjists and jul h 1 nL t st UH tie recognition of ui ji cl L t s an 1 s 1 i 1 es W A.M VI I'll C I trk ul isdtci 1 t.kt the black 1 1 5 Un 11 t i j stm is er at ic i ir us i 1 Mi H in s i u ts it so It is a K r t liiofll teatCbe igo t tl i i t t f oiu it. i cus information is f, (n ut at tbe dep itment tl at it in nts to iiitlui g for Claik i tl c same t i le w ho aio i r st u in 1 1 h m T hey nee It 1 1 is s r t 1 nn thuik in s n e loc il c im uid be 11 I thei i indi ts r Is t vi k 11 d MI t seem t c ire i 1 tl 11, i e of O r_ia si of 1 i tut tl nk tl t a m msti iti 11 shoul 1 be consult il f i j i t a with indorscnientfe a D I hil 1 r V. mam il er s feelings are orv miiih til H( has Ix on i i ling L riv mtt s ait is in tl o Vthe is 1 HUH r an 1 is aim st t n t 1 to crj OM r what he eonsi leis t i ise 1 1 i j) h m and his ten <_ i t c in Ho we il I p ss Llj 1 ko to a] p a wl K i o t ji tor U 1 ti s to stop this but lark n "nl Huns n made 1 un aj onit I ak i in Alalt U is and the IK n n i n w it t! c w lute h i se rt ulj to to tbe Bti J.I peih tomoirnv Ob NO Ml I KN Ol "i ounc 1 i lettn  n the democratic side Indeed the demoerats felt that he had intimated that every democrat who had denounced Keed was not a gentleman Seenig that nodemocrat ap- plauded him he proceeded to iom with the re publicans in their applause by clapping his hands joyously as he resumed his seat He cannot be turned out too early to Luit the democrats Thej are thoroughly dis- gusted with the The republicans feel likewise and it is the unanimous -verdict that he takes the prize as the freshest young man who has er broken into congress Pen- s contestant -will be seated next week GEORGIA POSTMASTEES Georgia postmasters appointed today -EL Cawthon Goodwill, Franklin county J W Turk Round Oak, Jones county Judge Stewart will deliver a temperance lectui eon Sunday afternoon to the Woman's Oemperauce society at the Coiigregdfonal E W" B election cases before it deciding to recommend the seating of two of the republican contest- anta and to allow the democratic member to retain his seat in the third contest By a strict paitj vote the committee instructed Repre- Houk to make a report recommend ing the seating of republican, contestant for the seat of Cite m the firbt Ar- kansas district, and of Mudd, republican con te.stant for the seat of Barnes Comption in the nf th Maryland district By a unanimous vote it was decided to recommend that Clark, the democratic sitting member from the first Ala- bama district be allowed to keep his seat; The committee was of the opinion that Threet, the contestant had not made his case, although the majority thought that he had shown that tl e eleetion was not entirely free from fraud THEY ADOPTED IT. More Members to Be Unseated. The house on at ita meeting this o{ threes tl The New Code of Rnlea Discussed and Passed. February li more than two members were present when tbe IIOUM inBt at 11 o clock in jjoiitlaoatjou of Tlmrs lay's session Mr of Georgia and I cilij of Pennsyl'v ama entered emphatic protests against the adoption of the proposed t tit and tlie aetion of speaker Reed was de fended and tipl eld bj Mr Raines, of New York, Mr Baines of Georgia, spoke m opposition to the new He argued tliat the; cry for the reniov il of old lestru tions came from the monopoly and money power It was said that t! o school of Jefferson w as now being relegated to tbe rear of tlie go-verumenF and would, in the futuic be under the control of the school of Hamilton This meant tint the no longer to be a of the peo- ple by the people but a government under the of wealth and an aristocracy of wealth Phis class controlling the wealth of the conn try the treasury alw ijs filled and overflow- ing fiom y taxation on the people would bet ome a subjett f public plundei Consideration of the rules was then pro- ceeded with Mr BMIUITI of Indiana, offered an amendment prt wthiiL, that when any bill for the nicieasc i f 11 cnsioii or for ing pen sions not foniKily 1 for is pending, it sh ill I em 1 i to offer an uneuifnieiit pro- itling by ition foi pijnient theieof Kejeote eas n s 1 Mr Outhw ute of Ohio offered an amend niont striking tlie clause constituting one bun tired memlers a quorum in e jimmt, co of the whole He al-w> otTored an amendment to the clause of ruli 2j which that all mo- tu iit> or propositions originating either 111 the house or sen ite a or charge upon the f1 >i le shall bo rn t cons den d m con mit teo of tbe w hole 1 he ameridu ent w as to strike out the words ougm.itiug HI the house or st nate and Mr Outhw a te arjjui.il that the iiiseiticii of these wtids would by imj Iica tion and against the const tutu i aeknow the of tbe senate to enue The speaker as chairman of the committee on rults stated that there was no suth inten- tion 011 the j Art of tbe comn ittre and at this suggestion Mr Cannon of IlhiK is (w bo h is charge of the cork) a< ceded to the latter amendment and it w ulopted Mr amendment relatn e to a quorum was lost 1 n tys 150 Mr t risp of moved tu bluke out tie el iust, eonleiinir, up  f 1! ws Ale sis VI tn fMissibsjp Bl mel ir 1 1 th in in C nil U I 111 t I rai k 11 15 m s H< kins M Kmlet Mom w O ires I hr-lan Kan dall tf K Jstahlnr ktr run tr T New "S rk anS il 1 s fair s ihmitte 1 i rt jr t rt itlneh "was older 1 i nntctl and iccoinimtted In the re poit Cl airman an Tl< r lioliIUwlii h rt-ltiiLtl to The con mi t tec f r their c nMdcrati n r i d (Terr1! t 1   (E tie tin t very of Chu t i her C him 1 us ly holding an i tein ti nil txlibituii f irts ii hi ti it i ui 1 i ti i i I tl t i i jdu t i f s  i rolipnd all th it rejiuied t sue es'sfullj a world s 1 r n itlitr Neu rk 1 i 01 lo iw and t whit h sin h amen h t nts a3 t dtt ii3s c ?uld ho ma le i-. the ity stle t d maj re re while tho ht ond 1 r ntrmpl iti the sele ti n f U J i is tl sit F tl o i i fan ai 1 is 1 1 rwi t nitti k I t i oft ill that is re 1 in rli r its I ill then1 J lit se H ti n f the c u m i h tht exhihin in is to be he! 11 is It ft t the 1   iltei tl e rea Imj, ul th j mrtia! the tlcrkshiJl f ill the r II ot me 1 ind that ea. hint ml ei s name 1s: tilled he shall mdieate hs i ire of the r h tlinj, the A r tairof l'-J> If no pi ire rcc a. ma. jor t% f t if t -t cast n tlie first 1 allot the rt 11 rill- a 1 11 ti 1 until mf nt plaee ihall rert ivt a inaj i f ill th >oto-. c i t I1 or is 11 liscu o i m the i ice ing as to the time it w uM cill up its bills hut it is hkt th it tli will bt di ne a tin lust oppor a.s it is well K.II in tint tl e committee is 111 11 (i of an e u K n i U ration tc. OPKFIK VH Fe in rv 14 ia] ]_ Tu Igo J T >ii 1 of t t will m all robxbiht'v tan lid ite for guber nitoiial hni r-. Ju UP nil le corner from a fiuuh ti Itl ioi0bout f iee-j rtsit'ent tliat the bill had been passe 1 he said tliat it nas a remark- able eiriunibtdiire that the bill apppared on the calendar as being favorably reported, hereas the f ict was that the report was an adveiseonc with therecommindatioii that the bill bi mduhmtelj postponed The report was read and it showed that Mr Goekreli s statement -was correct The action of the ate 111 passing the bill was therefore recojistd tred ind the bill was indefinitely postponed The proceedings were again intcnupted to allow Mr Pawes tn report from the committee on Imli 111 atT urs i bill f  b IK wort, After a short executiv e session the sen ite at 5 lo ad jouincd till Mond ij ATKtST An Inj unction Against the Cotton Oil Trufct February 14 L.acombG tolaj in the United States cucuit court ijr in ted an nijiii ctioii restraining the cotton I oil trust from Celling or disposing of any of their proj ind ct mm in hnj them to r n c be f re Ini i hj a recen tr should not be a[ p intcd on of the trust took pi ice soon after the bj winch a short ige of about 000 was re- ported to thr- eriors of judgment of "Messrs I1 lagl or ml "Mosor two of the trustees The main fi at ire of the Ian w is to turn OT.PT all property of tl o trust to the New Jersej corporation The bil which was filed si ow that tlio trjst was Sep tt ml or 10 1HH4 an 1 the r >hts up to Maj 1, 1SS7 were 000 OOO TI profits for the jr ar is so er OW 000 anil the amount of on liiij, teitiri ites were ft4J 000 A COIA.ISION ON THE MO N CHS Freight and Passengrer Triuns Rail Togetliei People Ivilled XN 4.poi TS February 14 north bound morning passenger train oil the Morion route c Tew Albany the man of tho passenger engine ivere instantly killed and Chiileb mail agent of New Orleans was fatally injured m a shoit time Ihe injured are B Green news agent of LiouisviHn wound K M Smith of I head badly cut Tohii Bills con ductor scalp wound Morton mail agent facalp wound F E Kailsback of Bedford heat bruised and cut H T Beaslej of T igioner leg and arm bruised and sprained Five other passengers were hurt The wreck as caused b> wionsr o ders from the train dispitehcr, who ordered tho freight engine south on the time of the north bound passenger A Deputy 3IarsIiaI Killed rov Februarj 14 Gen e--al Mil ci t da? leieittd the f H Ting te e gnm fiom Maishal Mi7t.ll at Jackb nville 1 la Saunders one of the bravest and most efUcimt deputies w as ossissinated at Qumcj   SUSPECTED The sfory goes that some tw o months or more ago. Sannders had been run out of west Florida across the Georgia line w. hile attempting to legal papers on residents of Gadsden and Jackson counties and about a month ago McFarland was in Jacksonville, in attendance upon the Farmers' Alliance con vention He was recognized by Saunders it is said as one of the men who had driven him into Georgia So Saunders arrested him and McFarland was held in bail UNIVERSITY DESTROYED. Tlie Careless Handling of Lamps Causes a Heavy IXJSR TORONTO, February 14 university WRH totally destroyed by fire tonight The lass is 000 Preparations had been made for the annual conversazione at which 2 000 persons were expected to be present and it was just before the guests commenced" to ar e at 7 o clock, that the fire broke out The building was not supphe 1 with enough gas so that on anj special occasion, it was nccossarj tn light up with lamps Two men w e-o engaged 111 carrjing up stairs six lighted lamps to be put in chandeliers wl en the man on the lower end, fearing the lamps might fall let go his hold The lamps fell and broke and the oil spread all over the sturs and down on the al lU oiled floor All the buildings were destroyed The hUaij worth 000 the museum w itli its valuable specimens and ciin ositics mathematical instruments and furm turc were all destrojed One domestic was st burned The property including all the buildings and contents was insured 111 two companies to the extent of 000 A Bridal Party Drowned PARIS I cbruary sad accident hap penod to a wedding party at Pontivj jester daj The ctni tying the bndo and bridegroom and a number of their friends was upset and the whole party was precipitate 1 into the r The bride and bridegroom and ten others of the party were drowned Building the Gallows BIRMINGHAM Ala February W >rk was commenced today on the gallows on which Dick Ilawe? will hang on the Mill Ed Orimth the caipenter who is building the sf affold was one of the ;mrorb wlio convicted Hawes The gallows will be used first next Friday to hang Gilbert Ixiwe a negro con W Meadows awhite man Sentenced to Swing CHApioxTKSMLLr, a February 14 lurv m the case of the negro Museo charged with the murler of Policeman fee il brought in a todaj of murder m the fust dc giee He was sentenced to be hanged on the 21th of March next This is the second tune he has been sentenced to death A Bank Bobbed SAI EM 111 Febrnary 14 Salem National bank was robbed last night of 000 besides some securities The baifglars drilled through theianlt door and then en tered the vault and blew open the burglar proof safe and took the contents There is 110 elue t  of criminal conspiracy maintained by implements from winch crime directly ensued Parliiment would not go bejond its rights if it expelled them as though tliej were actuallj comictea The Star T P O Condor s paper, claims that the report of the Paniell commission is a triumphant acquittal of all accused Par- nelhte members of the house of commons DUBLIN, February 14 Freeman s Jour nal says The Parnellite members of the house of com roons were acquitted all al  investigate the charges ma le by the London limes against Pamellite mem bers of the house William Henry Smith gen eminent leader replied thit the report only came into Hie posseibion of the ministers at 10 o lork evening and that they had not jet had time lo decide upon the course, they ould adopt DF> JljNCING EAJ i-OUR Mr Panietl moved an iinendment of which he had before given notice asking the repeal of the cncrt 1011 art He attacked the pettiness of the i crsecutions which the government was da 1> inilicting upon many person'! in the utter cot rcne action under Balfour i lnef str retary for Ireland Almost every ant of il four Mr Parnell said appearc i to be directed toward dnviug the people of Ireland to nine H> compared the e administration of Eirl Spenrer with that d Balf ur at d said that although minj actions of tarl Spcn er been fault} the law under him had had directed again t actual rrirnc ind secret conspiracy while 111 the rase of K ilfour it was directed against the right to combine lo secure the freedom of the press and thf libertj of speech The government s excuse for its action was the existence in Ireland of rott- ing He hid denied that there ha 1 been much unjust and Hcninmal H bojcottmg diinne 18HO 1881 a id 1S82 The historv of the Inslt method since the last named showod that the action of the nationalists had 11 constantly modified and moderated in nition of the efforts to secure the passage of ameliorative nieosuies for Ireland DIFKERFNCF BKTWEP N THF LFAGlrES The league of to laj Mr Panicl) declared differed widely from the land league of and Balfonr could not plead as an excuse f >r his course that crime was being revived On the contrarv the people were quujscent. in ex pectajUon of soou obtaining their rights jft Mr IpMour regime had been distinguished bv persecution and fnvolrun charges often brought againsttliildren and old women His campaign against the press commci c  the nationalists had not swerved from pacihe methods to attain their aim [Cl Su Richard Webster attorney general charged Mr Pameil with making f accu sations against Balfour without producing evidence 111 support of ms alienations He could not adduce a female instance of unjust evictions hi IP calling the administration to account in the are he would at least be hmi ed bj some facts He could disprove the figures showing that crime had and that bojcotting had been TELLGRAPH BREVITIES Everything is qaiet at Zanzibar no trouble hav ing arisen in consequence of the death of the sultan Bond offerings yesterday S129 000 all accepted at 124 for four per cents and lOi% for four and a halfB Chicago baseball club yesterday defeated the home team at St Augustine, by a score of 11 to 5 Twenty three of the 'Navassenoters were con victedintfce Lnited States court, in Baltimore "Negotiations between the' two parties in the Iowa legislature are all off and the deadlock has become a game of freeze out The liabilities of the WiHingham Lumber com any which was forced to liquidate Tuesday are assets estimated at 000, Pnnee Alexander of Battenberg, recently ruler of Bulgaria, has been appointed commander of the Seventh regiment, of dragoons, stationed in Vienna. The imy in the case of the United States versos H. M. Mason et at, accused of ballot box fraads at the late congressional election in Memphis, Teno-, district, yesteHSay returned a. verdict of not gnilty. The New York executive committee of tba world's lair general committee decided to call a mass meeting of the citizens 5ew York and Brooklyn to snow the strong sentiment of the ffSvft dror of tbc of ttift THE WIFE WAS KILLED. A Distressing Accident in Liberty Careless Marfcsman. MICWKR, Ga February JL4 News of a sad and moat distressing accident was received here early this morning from laberty Hill, a small country town fiv e imle? east of this place Mr Oscar Harden, it seems, while near his residence, shot at a bird with either a ritie or pistol, and his young wife standing at the window and probably looking out received tho deadly missile ur the forehead or temple kill- ing her instantly The sad accident has shocked the wholo community as the joung folks had a great many relatives and friend's here whose best wishes and love were following the vouug, hus- band and wife, who so recently entered on the voyage of life together at the residence of the bnde s mother, who es on her large beautiful farm near the edge of this tow n. K1GHT ON A STREET CAJR A Pistol and a Knife Broufrht Into Piny baft Nobody Hart. February U exciting scene occurred on a hittaker street car txxlaj vv hen a sewing machine agent named Bender knocked conductor Creet off the platform Creet sprang up pulled Bendec off and mauled him Then the sewing mo- cbme agent drew a knife an 1 m ide a dash for the conductor The car h wl stopped arid the lady passengers added to the excitement. Creet drew a pistol and levied it at Bonder, just as lie was in tl o act of sinking1 Don C shoot cned Bender dropping las knife The conductor slipped his pistol in his pocket., jumped aboard his car and imished las trip A White Man Convicted JKFFERSOP.   1 ur-kett The killing ot, curred in IKMf He ib in g tl hialth nts and apj eared to fid i n 1 lent that he will oon e n it all right "No prisoner bearing BU< h a I rha-ra. tor f r d hpi rate and reckless his I-A r jtr 11 n more trartalilc in than ilfei an 1 hta reeorii atlthe jail IH i rein irk .il ne Hi haa ar ted in such a manner oh to win the oftlie jailer to wh m he LIU.H )tlt n render I liable in the element conlmeU ui tlie t untv j ill Yesterday Station H  of fi icuda who d in dinn r M nj< j.i 1 m< rrv i WAS k( pt ujj until j. Ja.U. h ir ITr I r his an fit nint h in an 1 a m st ml rtut- ng fan jlj and h is w .in tier -p ct J.TI 1 if j. i r le f n ri Irf w h t I 1 HU n Lin1 h tj j j I rl n hia first i if a eti t irj i h ij j v we IdcU lift Minn s ilh Miss Caroline Pitman M dio 1 at the SI arniau house at ha'f i ist 11 t n x k lo-st i glit falie was a 1 fp I urt H ifltrt r fr i r u sumption an 1 in sj lie of all tho and at ten tion that f md hearts cou! 1 ht an 1 r hinds bt Ht  It t- tera f II of the itn j r t iili ti and h an 1 w tl tl n 1 tt r a iiiamtitt the 3 un ill t t! r In n in with a heart full f 1 M. f r Ins I i a t 1 nt. .in h i tj an 1 in lintaiiee Mr Ileljrrpi t f tlw n tha ith tsitrtallviH HiHlttUrlr m Atlanta La a uliarlj t one Turtle Hilljtr in the Kmil ill dj aJteriijt ii L-ilkiDK t 'rrneraJ s- Hilhtrina t, i tlernari whr has read ex- tensivelj and whj r u what be He lias bad a t ax ijunntanre only witil by llu, ju Ifct knew Mr U calling bun ax roi-i the r intr xlatwA him to Jti r did n tt eat oii not mj namo t ampbell iFn t if remarked thfl N Mr H Ijer Hmton in oM sont'i- ern n v tn tlie New '-un BJ.J 1 Jn l_i Hi Her t  ew York by two a day ttmTi before So aw apprwpaens Cental a   

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