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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               3L.XXI. ATLANTA. GA., WEDNESDAY PRICE FIVE CENTS. X OUTEAGE wiNTS TOPOSE_AS A MARTYR the State IS -f Special Clti7ens of reliruary f the vrri'st of ,c Ld vv, h and mum. 311 stm i li r Duckworth cntsed c< mmcnt among the southern Barnes heaid of "Jenf to see Miller Ill-RE'S BI.AIB AGAIN. He TalteS Most of tfco Time to the Senate. February 18 -At the c' oJ morning busineas the senate, at U oO, oil motion of Mr Sherman, proceeded I the tousuleratioiiof evecutne bminess Tbedoora wero roo1enod at half past three o elock MI DLAIBIPBVk-1 The educat oiml lull came up as unfinished basmiis. "id Mr BUir proceeded with his t pening Having read some extracts from the report of: Mr Diwson former commissioner of el.u-tion lu sul he wonll like to call atten- the atteii of icml leit in tae of MAY BBINGjrOU BACK HAD BETTER BEAD CASE- THE EXTRADITION TREATY RATIFIED The Senate Ratifies the Treaty With Englwel audit I. N..w In Force-Amendments to the Old Treaty. Febmary IS-The senate has ratified the British unimportant amendments The treaty makes the follow ing crimes extraditable, in addition to specified 1111842 I timnlcrtoung or altering money or putlms the name in circulation or J 1 ,rceny obtaining money under pretenses or oll .riovMiigtliciu to liavo l.een o talned TJIE CASH AST! AROUSED AGAINST CONVICT LEASES e Bepeol I.ea.e Aft -A btartlins Efiiiort from the Pen. _ February 18 spirited figfct is being waged bj the local A spi press and "before the legislature ov er the pent tentiary leasuig. sjstem The press and public rec u charts based upon repre tl t d, i irtment that tl th, fa. t tl. it tl ore vv as a surplus in tho v Itl il o, nite.l before there w is 1, an 1 it vv ou d continue to be pros tl PI there was a surplus or whether bo i.cci to ol tain funds uy tc 1 ites oni lutv 1 mtucr than tins uvthin" until he had hi ud Mu.ei U4.il.} un it to be ul olir' oi t ,uPPos nd tl n ere e comnntteil no Puck is It tl I Tho reiea H.u.it.er Here e no lu mile all tlu 1 "Uuc U nil out of in to m ike .11 here among deor the ar-cst demrc ats of the Ol luarters betvi t 10 u in lusiou w i- the mm wlK trim n s m Iti' vv i nui mm 1 tho 1H1- SI PKKV ISOKS tl o un committee UK. tl f -epUHcm.beie The Olao i wild state of t( more dc er ea. entient ef the state e been united opposition to the sjstem for years urrmg biennial session has made an effort toibolsh It, but failure has alwajsbeen its doom THF SENATE A-.D THE HOUSE AT ODTS The senate pis passed almost unanimously two bills temVisJi it this session Tho nrst was overwl. ingly defeated in the houoe Tho LJOW pending The lessees hav e besieged the city, appealing for tho sj stems poi potuation The Commonwealth and the MisSMiippian arc valiantly fighting it AS KDITOKIV.L STATFMH1NT The latter will say tomorrow rh, reportof the authorities shows fifeen con ii is unai counted tor The statement of "uperin find nVotro'meoiinaccounted for Tliev must hav e escapefl or died. Tfcre ,s no means of ascer taiamg became of them What mustuo thou 'ht of such a s> stem, outside of Siberia It is incredible that such a thing should happen The inventorv of the state's mules u all tnil balance'ot the cash is correct and there is onlv the small matter of fifteen Iranian nerojrs un accounted for bnch are th- en ,rmit.es of a svs ten, in which avarice outwelths humanity and sordid gold human life WltL BK IN SESSION TODAY The house, whose members have been on a junketing tour to mardi gras for three dajs, will convene tomorrow________ Apont and Tliere will be lots at building this summer, and a great many people are bother-UK then brains about lots and houses "Where can I get a lot for a reasonable is a question hunoreds ore asking themselves. They read the real estate adver- tisements till they are conf led aud see figures that seem reasonable, but when they look at the property it is a different matter The lots at a reasonable price are in a bad location, in a hollow, too close to a sewer, or hav e some oth- thing for a man to do is to make up his mind to pay what a good lot will cat The difference between a good and a bad lot is well worth pavmg lor faet i trood lot m a good neghborhood about Atlanta and you will not regret paying EEX IN HIS GLORY. OBLE irtl -T> >E YESTERDAr A BRILLIANT MARIM CRAS SEASOW Nineteen Moving Tableaux in the ProcesaUna -Tne Citv Crowded W ith Scenes on the cent difference in the price will give you a umdred ner cent more satisfaction can I get .a lot for V 3. respectable one who is gettmg impatient verv good lot for SI 000 in but not on a fashionable street It will be somewhere noar the city limits In a more modest neighborhood, wl ere there are cottages and nothing more, fira cottaces and nothing more, character you can get in the neighborhood Sortuwelteru part of the some near Grant Pryor or Capitol avenue, or on At about the same Pnce ,vill soon be sup- Th'ore w orld of country SO NEAR A> FAK. She Got as Far as the Preacher and Then Hacked Out. RuvtGH.K C lebiuaij Last mght was fixed upon for tho celebration it Pme Level, Johnson c-ranty of the mar- A D Godwin and Miss Ida Oliver, the diughtei of I'me Level s lead ,ig mer T T Oliver 1 ho united, guests hid the attendants were all present the oili hand Ihe time had step in front of tho NEW ORI.KINS, February 18 grand street pageant of the king of tho carnival mov ed prouiptH at noon composed follows: Mounted detachment household pla- toon of household troops Gra> aud at- tendants, king a ownroval guards hia mosB sublime mojestj, Rex king of the caruiv al a carmv al court in pageant consisting of mne- teen mov fig tableaux cars, revealing tha theme il ustnted ralers of ancient times 2 His mijestv Ilex impersoiiauug t. rukh. of Childea is seated upon a gorgeous throiia. and waves scepter to his lojal subjectsao he passes along Jnstm an 4 Shahuonezer of Assvna 5 Solomon of Isriel 0 Clung 'W ong of China 7 Zenolna of Pa'mvrz g Kamescs, of Eg5 pt 9 Alexander of Macedou 10 Abdumnan, of Spam 11 William, comjuoror of England 12 Cyraxores, of Media 13 Almansour caleph of Bagdid 14 Geiizeric, king of aiidals, in Ainca, 13 Blank 10 !Noce, of Rome 17 Albion, king of Ixjmbardi 18 Mere? of Egjpt 11 Cjrus of Persia Tlio streets on which the procession moieel were crowded with spectator. It is generally admitted t) bo the bn.lunt mirdi season that New Orleans has beyond the side, jon may get an icre or five hundre.f dollars and be within a short distance of projected dummy course tl.ese prices get you a tnj jeu. pre cli come clergyman on iino for the coup'e to ndod locked preacher Godvv m liul Ins inten irm, aud marched out together, the attendant, following As thev stepped in front of tho readier Miss Oliver cooly informed Godwin that she had giv en up tho idea of getting mar ned 1 his effectual ly put a stop to the eeremonj inli DfUl, rtill bo bctwec the ent i u, cia'uc al uiuistration of the slate 1 fteiiidcmociatie congressmen troin Ohio wi 1 uiake t 10 next bouse demon it mij ntv oven though the reiubliean d stncts in other states 13 they He si okc on hi: It vv is his sixth eluded It vv is m k up 111 the senate .furmon Ihere w cirrv did m tho las e oetion HLYIK S LONG SFHKCH Sou in, Llurvvms tho cako xs the longest wmh I SH ike, In America- ed i it. >1 'i'1 l div m 1 I" bai> ni t jet dee.1 a p t il c sight to 1 dur hi, bjoeeh twoMiiiators besides tho siiakir on tin Hooi Both weie busily in vvi-ting l in Eillenes were cnit v and the pr, sid n- olti el waimeUhi-Jinthechur rhoill 1 iloiilv me listener tho ofccial Heln ah, a lypisscl Senator M m r or, ofthirtv hours ou the hsheues tr, an, ?liere ire .rave fear, thit tho old fellow will nth 01 two ,t a halt is not calleu upon Hehassuccecdelm istmg ab, ut luilf of the senate vs ,th his b.l) and Us oppor niu ending that the house a iiclldiucat 1 c ign e 1 to The confirmee, r, port wqsijrcpil to Tin libruirv lo i mi Hi u bill foi the al iiivva r [.ml It'll, the-, imnit ._..i. .1 tl.. .111 1 ll I 11 less tl m the estimates an 1 tl thin tin bill f .r tl o irin.r lis jh there is lie timati d. 'is S4 m the 1C, ,m expiuJ.ture ein sot'iU tl ebul isn >Hv i ill exienliti icswilll tlm 51 11 lot --H f ,r this n a dis] it. irsh It was mo vi tci, ml sent t) the h li iv e ol i m iu sure t of tl e ,1 spit, 1, Chief Marsh sent m order b .ck to hoadnu .rters immediately as he knovs h in ami lion t let this bend man for ,d. nil C ollm rillTofhcti Collins shomo olieitel the matioii tl u he had h-en ailed o it Slid Chief Marsh lett his iftcr reif.vmg the mfor 3 led m keeping out of the about 11 Ij n ami b, lu.ngau nlic'e ut of dele vtinj; now thit nd .f ill the d uly Indee 1 tho f they hive forts four votes against the opponents are on hand when the lote is taken it will bo defeated K4SKOIIH KFS1GSS I-andoU.l, Kul0elcv of Burko countv t-c cently appointed a L idet U Annapohs, has re- lei r le 1 CI.OS1- AI J XHfc Work at One ut Lntil the Tien It aStrlke. Miss rehruarj IS -The men, of tho M u.tificturerb asset ntun at i meetin' last night v oted to close ov crj le ither represented the Mi here to I. 1 Immman of nnmswiiTc. arriv oil v Hi will betire tho L the interest of an appro- tomorrow and lo keep them closed until the men return tow irk it th, factc ry of Beggs This iieans an enforced idle.ps 1 men is a resai't of the recently ad jpte 1 m-iielist Mostot the men went to work un der protest m m mi of the shops while... s mo flit ries tho lien decided not to do foi tho pnatiou f r B.uusvuck harbor and ail ippro pnatiou for a custom ho HI i 1! THE s RIGHTS. The Oklahoma Causes WISHINTTIN tebruary was 110 objeetio ti.mtlo mm ntj sine c t the house this, u.aru to the apl rov al of the journ ll of yot.ter.lav s pioccelii ffi Tho si c-iur laid before the house a message from thl i rCMd nt withou com i juununl. atii 11 from the interior ue I roposing an amendment ot the ,11 t i.r allotments of lands m severaltj to Indians THE OKI -VHOVIA BII.I The bill was discussed until 1 O o clock vrlon vv Uuutacti the comm.t'ee rose ami tho hmse proceeded to consider tho special or Icr g the bill to 1 lov idc a temporary eminent for Oklahoma Ponding that Mr Perkins asked considen turn fir the senile bill formicijehel ot Jthu Heists, men return t iimi the i n striitlv up to tho letter boird vvluc.i was practically still remain out ui.d will to work Ihe m mufacturer, it is 1 h iv I-all adopted and are now pijinj list of the irb.trau.r, are inrrei.se in rmerlj obt lined V mfon leulj h m n.atir u ,v of rt porters AM.THl R AR1IKST ST LOLIS I ebmarv 18 -Detective Thomas otUiicigo mght arrested a who nimoot J B Kcllj but who is sup be Smith the dote, live Dan Cough hn s friond who drove tho buggy in whiili Ur ronii, was ,onv from ins homo to the Carl to bo murdered The prisoner i kiiovvle 1 that he h uls from t hicago iKmamfesTsconsideriblotearat tho mention f tl c Crnnin case but domes that he is Smith or thit ho know sot the parties con- ccined in the Cronin murler II, tl t.ves Collins in K.1 irk hav e identfied tho C ron.n suspect arrested m tins city last m is the mm supposed to be Smith, who tooK Cronm to qrlson's cottage Iv llleil H ll Old Teat her. T 01 II I F February 18 V young mm inmcdBoith.waslaidKcv vVhismin iirC.nnvton Ky and fatally cut him with a knife Wh.iM.iaii lived two hours after re his wounds and made a statement ,hmt 7he attack Booth was accompanied by i miu amcd Sparks Whisman had cn.e ,Miod Booth while the latter was a s.hool xml Looth had threatened then to. be rove used and had never forgot his fancied w The Charleston Tragedy. Tlie Incorporated is: s Tenn Feb-ua-v 18 The me irpomteu industries of the stitewill make an oftort to secure relief fiom the burdensome double taxation Iho 1 iture meets heie Mondaj 1 ebruary 24 H U Buttorff of the Manufacturers and Miners ossoiiation of Iciiuessce, today issued the nlance with tho re-olntion o-l .pteel by niiint 1 ivv- anil all vvno are ji.veifoii.iAii. ,ISSt ,t a rust and equitable hw affeetii g t m "inioued ire expected to be present COLOll IN THI. CHUKCB An Episcopalian Bone ot Contention in South Carolina. C KARI FSTON S C February 18 1 he color question in the Episcopal church 111 this diocese h is cropped out again For over one hundred 5cars the diocesnn conventions, whence er held m Ch irlestoii, has alwajs met mbt Philips chuich At tho last conven- vvInch was held in it was decided anu loan ut there are some who can make season tnai The citv is crowded with visitors f r ,m all narts of the country lu fact there has noo so many northern and western people m the citv at auv time since exposition year The ilex roieption and hill tonight at tha carnival palacejra, aJmUiaiit affair I'tOl'Ll 1Ot Ml FT Uncle D ck, the mixer spe.it jeiterday Atlanta and todaj will start for his homa m Cmc nnati I iicle Dick is Ricbarl H Bishop former governor ot Ohm one of tho few ind one of the host democrat who has cv er had the hom r filling that much sought after position Whj was I eilled the mixer" Mil tlia ex governor es ho bat in a Kmioall h .use par- lor last cv enmg Ihe answer is an easy one. lousee when I ran for governor the boys used to tell it on u o thit I evcrv baby m each i f tho eijitv eight c mnt os of ind Iicxpec he ad led with a smile they wcr, mightjneir right I mixed with tha people didu t think myself above th, n know and that is the reason I neve w defeated Ivvoildi, t give n.v quahte-s M a 'mixer for the ab hty of the throe bost ora- tors ui Ohio And a great mixer he wa' as 1 clo Dick ol So great that whou in the repubhiau state ol Olao hennagiinst tho Blind Man Eloquent he was p'urallty. I am m tho south for my bo ,1th c >ntin> ucd the governor, but I find tune I, mix a little business with pleasure 1 mike it a oint to v isit all my customers m th. south. in vain mope o' he But uncle dldn t sit back anil r what had been and wliat might hava He isn t that sort He aud In wages e what tie f rmerlj oh, lined of about percent Ihey climi, hovvivc- liatthemiuiieiiotdonvas they agreed to do and tint they hive v wlated the VERY JfFVV RFTCKNKD N A N H r eh luiry 1K -Tor the first time smie the strike the be'ls f N isbui com ork th chureh The deleg are the leaders m the opposition of the colored Horor iml led tho secession from the conven- j ears ago Tho color question half the money necessary to buy the third or a A onns I ady Burned to IJeath. N.FWARK, T February 18 -Fire _broke waa alter i clock bcf. re Mr btruble ol t k tho floor in support c f tho I ill 1) i Blth senate bill hi nuse it failed btruble of low a He crit- t sen iled to m ,le all ot the Creek and Semmole lands piu un ler tho I ist idiinuibtration Mr Birues cj Oeorji i advocited tho sen o bill m preference to the house substitute sonitu 1 11 1 territory out of I. into 1 Slates lands the house bill pro- posed to include lands to which the L mted States did not now but might hereafter hold a title 1 ho senate bill in. 1 i led 1 Kso TOO ai res purchase I in lsb8 iml N o M in b 1 and The iuu.se substitute included in addition all ol the Indian terntorv not oci upled by the five tribes No g.vmimeiit ought to H, cial three 11, m un tactone s of this citj have combined to disioscot all their product to the Central Ice compiins org linked for the purposes of the nust Ihe price o Iws heeii idv allied sixtv and two-thuds I e.r I. Tistii ic.s are ia.smc' stock to build an independent factory lake tmeiiean Methods Have Agreed at Last. N Y February 18 -The_world s lind to wh ch it did not hold S perfect t.tlo I so emu obligation by treaty tho land c-co-pted from the senate bill had been given to Indians for all time To eiect a superstruct ire of gov eminent on such a basis vv >uld bo to build on tke sand .vithout The committee roae betoro the debate had concluded Mr Dunnell, of Minnesota, presented the conference report oil the bill directing the su- perintendent of the census to collect statistics of farm mortgages and indebtedness As a result of the conference, the senate ac- cepted the house amendment The report was accepted, and the house, at B 10, ad- journed same time not to v O' date Sixteen LrvCB Lost, v, February, 18-Passenger steamer I importers oennaii fCSsl'mg goods, Baltimore and S TVelsh notions, Lexington street, filed deeds of trust today for the lately business SwItierTand Woue Arbitrator. February will act and the Orange Free State. A Benefit For Mrs. Blnine oKK, February 18 led tho attention of this court for a week The plaintiff sued for the full extent of the d images amounting to 814 000, sustained 2.M by tho destruction of his marble jards, in the northwestern suburbs of the citv the burning of the Standard uu companv establishment Judge Me charged the lury that the old machinery, v alued at 000 need not be included m the ind this was dropped, leaving onH the difference between the sum sued for and the v erdict There is another suit against the oil company for the dest-ucUon of the bonded warehouse ol C i, Pearse, from the same cause, in the sum of ?li 000____ The Sun e Cotton Kei lew. TSEW YOKK, February 18 de- clfned sharply m yvrnpathy with, the break of three to four fourths at Liv erpool, where home influences, the threatened strike ol coal miners among them, seemed to be donunent at the moment At a decline about ten points, buying to cover by local shorts caused a recov- ery of three to four points, but their wants supplied, the market again receded to near the lowest figures of the day, but the close was steadj The idea was expressed that in the recent rise, Liverpool and the continent made the most of the money at the expense of. Jnew York and the south_______ They Held Together Bravely NASHVILLE, Tenn February 18 [Special The united labor party of Tennessee held a state convention here today to prepare- therr state organization Seven delegates were present during the forenoon, and lour m the afternoon, bnt they went on undismayed, and transacted their business Killed by a KOC-HKI.I.E, Ga February 18 The west bound passenger trai .laeeatsln m ran over and 1------ little negro at Brown s miUs, erne hali miles ficom Bochelle. 5 better f i he will not get it for less, "c boys wont to work in earnest and they nnd themselves among the leaders in the to- bacco business m the west Especiallv large istlieirbusmcwsin the south. Governor Bishop is a by birth and ev er since be began business f ,i h miself back in W7 he has been a leader in the southern trade He was one of the hrst to rpalire. the great good the Cincinnati Southern could be would bo to Cincinnati, and he was tha firrt director of thit rood If that is possible I am ol my connection wllh the Southern road than that I have been governor of tha subject upon w Inch he talks Southern 'he sivs is worth fifty million dollars to ourcitv It is impossible 
                            

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