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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               1.5? f> i-, _ .w a _ PRICE FIVK CLXTS. PAGES. BUCK AND DABNELL. THE SALE OF DUDLEY TO HARRISON Colo Brown Telia Interesting Corruption With UepubUcnnlsuiIleeMs. J.SHINGTOS, February 20 Tbe app nnlmcnt of the negro Dudlej, as post- man, u VmericuB is one of Harrison's per aip.mtmcuts It was done to reward f 1 is vote at tho Chicago convention, H. m-c n u k thought it necessary to hold the ol tint cotion in hue 'lliat 1S k i them m Buck power, m order that leu vv 1, allc to fulhll his dicker with Ilar- flu'ho was the presidents personal anm nt m utvva-s told Colonel Jack Brown a r4 i republican located here at thouopnrt- meut tl morning l neivvN's CUBIOUS STOHV Br.M, us indignant for he elaims a, me and allhougl, a says tie a t el la. k t 1 ii the place Ul ilxmo excu an a negro o> or him am! Ins people ,so, ha.-, a son who would like Brown to put ttje ..ix.uiids of tl, ntmc.it t ttju ..l-ouiuls ol 1 llullev hi-- i rulv bcoii rowa.Jecl I nventun the uitcr- i U ison bhcrnnn l ml the expenses of Jl k -i.nl tie entire I e r, a (Ulem itioii to C ._ and put "P s Sr Turner called on tho president yesterday, to introduce Dr Dun- can w ho came trom Albany, Ga to tender Mr Harnson an imitation to visit the Albany Chautanqua in Much The invitation was from tho major and citizens The president did not believe public business would allow him to accept, but promised to hold the mat- ter in The postofhce department has decided to in aiignrate a free mail delivery system In Bruns- wick on Apnl 1st SFNATOR BROWN'S PBBSENCK Colonel J W Averj and family reached heretoiiaj Coljnel Brown's secretary, and c omes to attend to borne of the senatoi s business lie thinks Senator n will be able to resume his seat m the senate within two months Dr II L West, of Atlanta is here THK LAST MAM TO GO The last one of Cleveland s Georgia ap- pointees in ofhco here was ed todav Colonel James R Snead, of was the unfortunate victim He held the position of chief of the loan division in the trea-sun. de paitment at a salirv of 82 000 It is under SUK 1 ho will to Chicago K J Webb was appointed postmaster at VI pharetta Milton o( niitv todaj Mat Davis's nomination is expected to go U tho senate tomorrow I p by nn-rtMM.OA r.nii Fibmarj 20 [Spe al j Henry Un e w i Mow 11 up bj dvnaunte Martin 3 w 01 ks on the Ki.oxville bouthou railroad m i- tho pi i c. know n as the Pern enti irv on fie Hiiwasse river Rico w assing bj a pik of d-viiamite cartridges Inch wen ami in s  iinn-d ,t !t Hi. s; tl is n no> allhoaskel i L ts i l .-sti Hu i be-.nle 1 1 s u !i_nit u at irpetbigge I H m i. i Ul i t r the l.eng i an l r ie 1 a-s Ihat f tl o ou kn low it -WAS tin if -ot the attornevslni V, I 1 "i i tel v u Iho prc-i Ii it h' i.lthi t loFd but Dune 1 1! i k w. lit l> him ne I t.ll bun if he t 1 ,1 strict atinifi hn (Darnell) emild tel to the next mvr.ss fiom the ninth A -tn t t'ntis now ntr.sei tel by C 1 ne taiillr Buck str i _1> rt. minuend, il it still inuOi rg i-h .11 hue >re. ll c 11 n ,smu w is cii it i I t one a 1 I i ill t, iFl 1. c iilel fion tl i i mill if midcd t tc -itt in THK Tl 11 F Mini TI i Ml nn s i 1 hi II VIM rbeii lie a t -i 1 tl itwlKM Dai I i u.io to n r be ill in I 1 i s me r ti I "nti! 1M an 1 Ih it s whv Pirncll w is jPin i 1 if li r Huns >n had ilu 11> prnnii nl ll t i h it .1 5 s i i think of that 1 m 1 Camller who had w i i' 1 is talk I think Piriicll will not do anvthin, of tin sort mludMr uidh i if hi d. n t lo will hue to get out t tho .th ho now hoi Is in 1 turn it oier to E 1 AiiTiir f rheis ill UL 1 to thi president I, Tc ti i i fi in the ninth, an 1 tl it I e 1-i 1 nil i ihce TIIK 41HIK IV THE VTI- It nilcrstood that w i thin a d ij or tw Sinit i l.illv Chaiiiller of New H imj will inlr uliuo m the senate some a n >i f il abi. ill Ihe tn nl 11 k( ip a fu'll u 1 1 line of lie i 111 11 ns The SMiiullcr- ill Couit ivv'JuKK riliruxrv 111 ird lulv Inn U 1 in iiiilHtiiionts u list lill Ja lies A Siininiins uid l'ii-.nt I illuh of U e I II 11 bink il i nilv with ci n-pn nv in difvini; the st in binkina I vns irraiits in i 1< out in 1 Semite oonseri at-ves -voted tor socialist candi- dates in order to spite Virchow Liebkenecht and Singer are elected The latter, a socialist, defeated Eugene Kichter, one of the mow distinguished of German politicians and leader of the Gei man liberal party Pmger is the man whose libel case tho Staatsburger Zeitung made a great deal Ol n, ise in December last He gained his case and the editoi w as condemned to paj a nne, and this hue the emperor remittel, using royal prerogatii e to set aside the verdict of tlie court of justice This made a great sensation, and Singei's candidacy became a sort of rally- ing center for a protest against surh au owi r H's election was an almost sai 3 consequence THK In Huiibiug bocialLsts Bebel Diet? and elected In tins city the is In the first distnct tho progress st 01 ilnhst, district 1 lofcssor Veiehow, Ih (All the siciahst candid ite 1" 010 the tandiJiti H 017 third district pu.gros.sist cai .Inlite 17W, soc ahst, 1'2'W 1 all tluse dislruts, Iherefoie Biipplemcnlary tUiticnsarenecissir, In Ihe fifth utstnc 10100 ami tlv 7240 At a socialist i hmis is elecle 1 Vt Munich v s, 1 ilioii is noce'sai-y m the lust d.slriit tl. district i soc ilist is ekcleil S'i a nalion il libi i-il 1% elected leipsn iwM.iKlilec'ioniHin-cevrfU H -nssist is o'Ktid f r Nurcml 10, Tihst is ehcted f r Mi ei and he would se: to escape It further stated that the man lie had shot was dead Policeman Har- ribon confronted the prisoner with these lacts, and he denied all Then the officer secured a diotograpuer to hm o his picture taken HE GIVES He was placed un a rhair, and, just as the first picture hae beea taken, he cned "Mr Harrison, you are a sharper, you've got me anyhow, so I might as well tell al! The ofhcer told him to go ahead, and he said that he had shot Rube Johnson, another negro, in an altercation over a game of billiards in Marking's pool room, at Daren, Ga some time ago He said that he shot liiu m the right side.bnt did not know ho was dead until he v.as told ot it today He is still in the guard house, and will be held to atvait the ot an officer from Georgia A VtKY GOOD SHOWING JWHST Enterprises Started Intne South Witlun a Week BALTIMOBK, Felruarj 20 list of now enterprises oi m the south, during the week, as pnbSshed m this s issue of the Manufacturers liccord shows, undprecedented activity 111 the sales of mineral and umber lands in large tracts and organisation of a com paiiy with local and outside capital to build new tow ns anil establish new industries This aetn it-i is general oxt< ndiiig from V irgima to Texas Heav 5 iim stments in iron enter noithorn non-makers are very Among the laigest enterprises re .urK V buonl tilt p som 1 h 11 h was in t 1 ill l h Kir 1 t r i It, I i t ;rand lire-, i v in tho lust ih ,n rth I 1 Is 1 iti i 151 c 1 hef 11 ImUi anil In Id m bail e leh If th nus n ill be sc Mirtni bill t t i tin t fnniisbe 1 the pii- lombs pns Tlio M SI KIM s 1 la I I 1 Th f tin Vlori 11 li i i tauinii OIK in d tod iv w itli l   Ohio I J T ill, i of Mobil 1 nli ink st rr of w "i ik cm in 1 Ki i Will mi K I. 1 e- f ISnffil lilshon nt of hew Biituniia Dr n of b stun l.o iih i inst n of Cini iniiati 1'rofessoi S rib 1 i O 1 i .wn   i the ill tho tn ops nnrcli m- n An i said Bronii lked up dui over the Shan n ii It is the repuhhnn I m 11 ll.i tii 11 w c Ll c i r ,11 of I' fTilhw th Ihe oidn n.illv mliidv HI Jbe pe .pie wereal I urn l.n km until it wii aiilioniHOd h l tin mm IIM< snni.lj one of Iho mill He I bv Ihe eu.poior to test tl t iHiiiiu v of tlio garrison to repel a !Tn I, a ick b, in oimmj The t.oops pro- culedto Icmplcnof where thev uinained !iml h.mis in maiienvres 1 hev iftirw ud mspictpd bj tho emperor, au I rituuic 1 to the li-irrifks at mglitf ill V! Rf VOTF 1II1.IFD 1 V HIP vi i th< r w is f n onble to the Pi IOIH ixpir lino .hows th it tl e l.pt le( 113 qn hpt'i il 1 on tin il ti i i f 1 11 i nl is Orh un numvilil Of tlT soil tinn thirtjMlil n 1 twciilv one an line 1, u-d mil eie ibint w In 11 tl c- v< own t ik n Ihe mi mori il H s oil the t mil m iv 11 11 i ,hi 1 i un II o -mil. imlerimtih pi st n I tl i 1 nsi 1 1--1 bill mil it is n ,1 1 .1 i 11 it against trusts vMll he i issed it tins si i n____ mlrtfvyctte I M-AV.FI ib Vli lehrnm lt rdn the '4 hunt is VI ibann s I he 1 nfajt tte ci Hi gi ol M il and will I 1 ml i and haicapl r n He exci, tl e true pi intin., 1 he I ill Vrb I number f tre< te 1 hers mstituti .lcinsessi.il and it is hoped Alll S I I ll. enlists .1 the elemcnls is-uil dnv out the other vote The .lists lul f.r idlbeclosini. whereicrpos U Iho w Hsh ihcio sn ,11 liu, Mt iigiiill e One nl in tin in 1 llm w is the i om in i of II anil o m I" fiction wh x ui bci i i i th< i u h tiles tin apl Ml' of the i irtel inttc  brick and tile w orks m Br insvritk i S '00 0011 phosi.hate compiny in Honda cotton mill compinj m Geoign -10 '100 mi p miking company in South Carm i S100 eottoii mill in North Caiolma jejOO 000 etlo machine compai.Y m Homokc, i in w iron furnaces at Pulaski, Va two others at Johnson City Tenu one it Fristol bv Pennsvlv mil iron makers, one at Bedstone Clip Va md a lirge uuinbei of otneis taking shape at othei points BGigantic enteiprisps re ouinng miiiy millions of cipitil barked ill mam i isos cipitahsls in 1'iuope as m tho north ire being foimed for open tioiis in the south______________ TLIKETHKJlEFORTrKS. Kelly, the Cronln inspect. Says They Hail Fverjthiwff They Wanted Our AGO February 20 Chicigo police todav are ilrnost leidy to admit tint thev h e mide a mistake a.s to the identity of. Kellv who irnved here fiom St Louis last m 'lit md w IK. is supposed to be tho much wuiKd uidmdual who drove Dr Croiiin to tl o lilsrii pi uagc Kell> is v ery prfnl bit is mi lined to be resentful i i bpeiking of The words electrified the audience as they fell from Rev lere s lips The court room was densely crowded and the scene was intenselj thrilling Beside the prisoner as he spoke sat his wife with one hand resting on his side and her eves riveted upon him, horror plainly depicted m her face In front of him was Judge Clark, carcfullj taking m every word esery gesture, everj change of countenance Behind him, standing upon tip-toe and crowding close to the railing, the audience eagerlj hung upon ev ery word He spoke slowlx, carefully and distmctlv and his voice was the only sound in the court room THE CASK RESUMED The court opened at o o clock, with J ulge Clark presiding and a larger crowd than that of yesterday present Just before the judge mounted the the prisoner was brought into the com troom His wife walked beside him, and the two into ohairs at the cud of the table near Colonel Olcaton Reviere looked quite fri-sh and for awhile talked to his wife in au undertone Occasional! J a faint snule w ould apl ear unon her face, but it quickly went aiaj, leaving tint look ol deep sadness tl eie which has touched so manj heart Mine the tlial began She vn- Ttuid in a brown Bilk fitting her well roundel! form er- fectlj, and wore a small hat and gloves to match THK TESTIMONY Marshal Austin of (.Oliver, was on hand with the leceipt he had forgotten and Ihat pa, ci separated tl o piper, fi un I up on the de id n an and tho pnsdier tan envilope aud-isi.il to Emoiv A. Co w is laced in l.eiur, hnnvwsson, ml a 1, tie, tn tin same film was accredited t the dead man Ihe letlcr an 1 tl e on elope w, re m the sal, e handwriting and b> them the two men wen linked together Dr Sumuij wa.h placed upon the stand again and prodmed the watch crjstil whcl, he had the blood taken from Kevicros ha' sc. 11 af'cr his arrest Tin he pla.ednr it is natural f jr a oil l hia left in his is if is left-hailed it is as natural fr r him to use his left hanit in his defense as it is for a in in whc is tx> use his right hand 1 threw up my left hand and caught the instrument m it During tho rec tal no one lisUnel more at- tentivelv than Mrs I.e lire in I as r-cr husband m his npproiehed the battle between himself and the i her interest increased uutil lost t. a'1 about her she gradually arose t. hrr fi.it Ilifni, slaiidmg there, she heard him sav At the same tnut I dretr n pr fro m> ng it hip pocket and put l flrel As he-nttered tliar word Mrs Pevier gruautxl aloud, and dropping into niRIED HKR 1-ACF I> HKK and sobbed aloiiti Oiilvasetml tb >nsh dn she wuv t4i her feelings anil a-s she rnseJ her tear-stained fitce her hu-sban 1 w is SIMIU As he dull! t fall and in some wij 1 no know how I w reiiche.1 the instnu ent from his h mils Aj. I had the instrument tn mv hand at the time I stepped bai k i step anil began ti. strike is nj i llv as I ci-ild ana 1 continued to srnke until li and when I saw he was fallin the instrument and ran gan falling, 1 threw down ,.l thce 11 I aJ P ill oidet w is Hi is 1 Ind itn n tint the Deiitsch it bos! two seits al isti i I .ss ('mv to give all matters si T nal lull, for political effect and now the pla i i to m ike it appear that the son 1 is 1 lling defiance to feJon! power tin the old rebol'ious feohns is croppng on acaui It is a last rt sort for the repubhcai audits lead, rs aie w illini to stoop ti anj crime to keep oil top so to speak Sin n in as t handler anl tlnseof his ilk aie ai- isl med lo Iving on Ihe south and mak iv 1 ttk diihiulties 111 remote localities appeal t I e upheld and 1 in by the on ir Voopli if that section But in this congress UK aie '-.ing into the bu ness on a 1 irger seal than bi tore and will use everything possiol fur p. itical capital Ihe truth of this In been ie nonstiateil bv thescnalorial debate o o the killing ot Marshall Sanmlors in Tloi dj [senators Fasco and Gill both mf lo ab! speeches oil benator Pasco'-, ainemlnu i to the losolution of HiuiJter calhnj; on thf ittornej general for nil the f lets in the case 'ihe amendment iio.s that th" attorney ge also send to the sen ito copies of instructions liehnJ giv en to t'io federal judges anil mar shiN in Honda C handier anil Hawloj dc n juiieed this amend nent as ui attempt on the pirt of the senators to make a sort of lefl h.nlel apo'i gv for the murder and lo a le -in Chandler then ranUel and ton, his hair ill his usual stj le accusing the people of He nda of being a. set of cut tl roats and murderers and stating tli it ho was glad he had not 1. n with Siumlcr fer 1 e too, or vny othei re II us, would 1 ave been killed A P 153 4T CH-V.MM.KIt iitir tall made a most effective reply He sal 1 that Chaiid er assumed the miucler cime r om a public sentiment It was not so 1 he sciiato- f i urn New Himmjnie, said Le is the vic'iin of a ilnordered 111 a0niatioii id wild aud his words with ill grace from a man w ho c.itcieil Florula at luid- ii gh and pillaged her people of tne electonal (handler arose at this, and sail Mr Call was ittt mptius to discass other qne tions than thai bef >re the senate Vcs, responded Mr Call 'I suppose you wi.ulil like to h your corrupt mctlioil-5 bv which jou stole the electoral vote off Flonda in torgotten, but it will live C handler made no reply, and the debate ended Tho Chandler resol was passed, but Senator Fasco's was v oted dow n The Sharon postoffiee matter will, perhaps, be tb.9-2iext sectional issue that will be raided ittrniid Major bol I almi-r stale siipeiui tendent of e lucation has coniented to be pr( s cut and holes to mi et ev or% teacher ill the i m'litv hcie on Iho occasion provision havibien made" to enteitam all who ma> attend _____ Slie TV Ingeu Her Man. BiKvilviiHtvi Via tehruarj Osc u colored killed hv Fetcrsin a t ible negro womin Ihewomina used him of sti Uii.g Chi veils fromlur and he nphel that he would kill fi i iimi -P l> rt> miv "PPnr it bos! two soils 1 1 in.! it is n t imbki H tint tins pirtv will 1" o ill otheis throughout the c miitM nit iptofthoek turn is tie enornioiis ind nil mrnasc m the sociihst v ole I his p.rtv Ins streiv'th m I ,ros who. it wis miVn .wii bi f >r. mdotlior ulies will hive ton ike tiru e lib niturn nnst them to stem the tide of the supple ntiiv chetims tho vote in Le rm alone ih -i rlim ,s iroshown 1 ho sociihst vote th, IX utsclie freisinnigo (Mill indll elenscrMlneshaielost 5401X1 I'lmii Hismaick entered the polling e ev civb d, a, t fr  jcars Bis amseventp-five age five v i irs is a long time L." likunht polled ma tho St L. urt' reporters c pretty near owning tho four heiievei thevwanlcd mo .1 en bef i I p thiVs'u m tho jii'cr anil I n is til en bof, ro tl om Bv thtii tone would o I w i i s ..rang bi fore the C7H ot Rnsi, i and dpr i mib, roscope and Iheii 10 the stfij of the analjsis exhibited it to the jurj THK nFlI. .SHOPFVS The stitp res pd its else here, and the de with a witness w ho told of Reviersgwdcl.iracter previous to the nii.r dcr 1 h th 11 T nas sub te 1 a lire of us ircl them ill mil then imagine my uu, another followed and tlieu Colonel M A (andler Colonel Gievton and Keviere put their heads Iclose together For five minutes thev talked earnestly m low tones ami then Coloiiol (.leaton mose saying make vourstatement riveted ujion the Ho pi iced one hand upon the til e upon the back of the ur and II, n sill up 1 he, as he stad upon fiom Ins chair to tlebuK.I the cliur m which bis wife was bhefwas looKing intenllj into his f ue a, da' This man was known to mo that is I KNFW HIM AS SIS I MH 1 The place I boarded in la Mr Pros- ton s w. Alexander street 1 mtr ..luci 1 hi it AS Sinclair That is the name I km w him by I never knew am thing ib .nt him until I went to Augusta lo illenil Ui tints ind I me! him tiler. U a nglihi al tin a.rc-uda in i Kevn r sU.pped 3 i 1 s.it il nil Th< re w is 3 ,ow LalKlllg in the amlitme istbioe hearj the statement j laceil the r estima i it As he sat down his w ifi (a Jit h bj the hand as though she w mill h 1 1 linn forcaer Ineall nievsfoiirimlaininii Keviei s hei 1 las IH ut 1 eai w I to si i n itloiu 1 I. it n ai ise s iv. ing: 'Mr Itevier if joii want t m iki anv stave- meul about am IIH in v anil v wh} jou are, jour uc ct t books f r some store in tl e coin trv I ilwan mil g. 1 WAUL stlu ii V-, I vvhil n IIKV! 1 il 1 ma le it teaching s, xj ill kieping b.jls I went to l.st 1 had vv hat mone> I tin itj i it w i! 1 uka 1UPV1 MVWVVlll the me I eal coll, 1 In l'i i -i s.s -in i 1 fi then anl tl in w is no w iik n Ihe v u 1 I i an i ti Vtl into thn kuut 1 c il 1 _ 1 i ,ploy- ineilt anil 1 hi 1 mom V I th n, I s I u t to pi! MIJ i vpeiisis hu k ll i m it vi n I. r VAhl c m VtlintuJ il I wi 1 nt'o- nun nuiei! Marlm H w t> r 1 il s [rulttiios tlowir- ml shrubbetv s nlhn- of thai sort anil I was silling i H ills in_ no i n ml I coull L.I I In in r i Miirul, ami I 1. 11 him I winlil i. In i I r) Ihe tollowiiis is soon bj mull 03000000 12040001 s only o ie cinie t run aud that 1 v l rh n _ me will be j.lajtl at ,-me, atur.li inir il.U Organising a Co-operative Store. MOM f Zl vi On ebruarv For the past month the iinmty almm c has boon 
                            

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