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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia PRICE FIVE CENTS. ATLANTA. AS ALLEGED SHOBTAGE VOL. XXI. PRIVATE LETIERATTHEIR MERCY the Warning of Pledger's Son Before -I him to Make Them Hesitate Before I sing MaU Service. Tv-.sm-.oTO> February m.t Danss nominati.li as postmaster at Atbcu, went to the senate todav as it was nre I ed m these r T L new s was at once telegraphed to Athens i r H was receive 1 that an indignation aml: woutlbe l.cl.1 and the merchant, b vcott Wanam iker s stores, inclutt oittmg member, m the contested case of Threet s cSr side It exonerates Clarke from putting held responsible tew what may have been done on former occasions- rcciiic BtixprNO BILI.S, Tne Senate Considers a targe Number ot W VSHIM-TO-. Tebruarj 21 -The conference report the bill to increase the pensions o totally disabled nonsioners was presented m the senate ov Mr is and was agreed to The senate roeeeded to the consideration of bllsonthecaloiielir un ler the eighth rule, and passed the following among others________rt enlisted FOR THE SITE OF THE EXPOSITION s of the FOOT taees of Their Homes the Great Exposition to 1892. TSrtiK for its poetry, seubinent and song, uut TEE CAJSH MISSISBIFPf. tUati meet Monday Tlie regular order being demanded. wear tadgos" adopted bj these of for pubhcbmld- covery of America Always m the old rid, the seat of government had been the ce wbere their celebrations were hold He d nothing but kind feeling and n Yoik, and should it be elected he would 1 ,t at least as a celebration in a great niet- po .tan city And so with Chicago and St Pl Should the capital be selected, so int. ately identified with the history of the people, resenting an invested Capitol of ovoi: ntty Ihon dollars in magniflcent public ,t above the home of Washington with am- room tor all of the buildings and purposes the fair it would be a proper selection 61 prwate pension bills J Till SAID TO AMOUNT TO ABOUT The Lcstelatnre a Committee of A Settlement Today- Colonel Hemmirxraj Won't Talk. JACKSO-., Miss February 21 [Special A sensat on w as created here this afternoon by the rumor that the oatgomg state treasurer, Coionel W I, Hemmgwav had not settled m fall with the new sUte treasurer BPP01TFI> IN THfc. SFNATE Senator DilLird stated on the floor of tl e tin b 1 1 an 1 1 I irks his excuse f h ,v m minted Pin is the ic 1 1 uses on the pirt of morrta-its It is nu h as tic evt ibimln tlv to show tint ini- the ilmuiist Ui u had made up a.ip.uit 1 ,av is before this h in cxe-iise f r tho vi ill Imrdlv be 10 mibllt and is al o- m such a 1 I -Bill all pic of -U1 o is reasons given e r anl not 1> ivis I will the with kindness mil nk r JI s tbrt a nt f thi i.U ...UVIO Ki fe.llows Annapolis Md j S2 r'00 000 Lo'i Angeles cTticnal) CBODOO Allegheny, 1'a itoav or Falls, Pa MOO OCX) Martmsburg Sc ma Kan M50 000 le.fn Kan Uanbiirj, IV Com each New n fcl UO 000 i oun gstow n, Ihere were still ,011 tbc callcmUr Atchi W %a Xanesville onii other mibli no othc ,1 ll h anca session the senate l.firmed tlie Senate ribrn ir> 21 ho sena'e ha ommations t tl n II Bt Ur, an i i il i r and bts purpose mt-v of appoint ai i irl i ef mi p 1st mo te r M- th treat, nc d be vce.tt to his ,ts on the pirt f tho march lilts the ]e i lo of Vtbeiisblvo c iiilamtby reason of the c'tt' has actually pen.etrateel thi elncaliciiil interests of both wit ,1 1 col rod peotlo of n, mpol tan an e IRAKI lit MC iu irH lerks nil the roads eutei in 1 Mr tl e' TI neiit [Davis as i 11 pit tho Hit K mall scrvui tl i hand f ind tl it t f ,i tl t 1 it i si rt t no the jostal clerks 1 a I hi f r c lit i m 1 i" 1 Us Hi is l i 1 -rant illitei tent for t! e du distru t distnct I'ostll Fufaul bruise Missis.-, iiumil II riiimil Mar 11 llimte West district ois Mil Andrew J look I If Peacock, Ita A Harrison, Pal U W AlH-rdee n Wesson Joshua .S ,rth Amler I! S FOK SKSSIOV The house, at the evening private pension bills, and al jonfneu 10 ad- The Proceeding of of Commons senate tha amount not vet turned over w vs >SO 000 In lew of the statements a com rnittee of six w as appointed by the house to 111 vestigate the treasurer's affairs and renort as soon as pra rl- ,e.j pr.te ti 1 list th. e uthe saint but" Mr NN m imaker 1 sb Bin n f r ho eve on tl f th r i nu cm I p lit s is Mr il 1 onlv kn ws Hiunsoii n imnition md the intorst I'ittsbui0 ci.uia.iv >v ecu l u rues Ihi ccin.i situ rutes ,1 t "re >ul iti i Febiu the II Ul( 5 sat ,y 21 V dmision in thet ise of tin id St I euus K ulw i> 1 iltm ere in 1 Obio nn unci 1 tee! iv The I ,'llmi u ml Ohio Kilvvav c.iupinj Ins 'l u.U is m ient.cn party He- so ,1 wb iat- be publisheu ace e.l I si. us of section six c f the I n tree till' partj ritis ire n lckets ind when I irt ,'aro lowci thin contempe rmeous g, j.assiugers they Mr Morse of Massachusetts announced his one reason that the proposed vhoerhild al night The'fnendsof Hemingway did not oppose any investigation, and html} believe that he will make the pioper showing He has been treasurer for fourteen -sears and no man in the state has enjo-ed to greater extent the confidence of the whole people THE VFSTIGATION FOSTPONLD The committee met tonight, but did not begin the investigation, because ex Treasurer Hemingway w as demons to be present, he being engaged with experts, in posting and balancing tho books ,n the treasurer's office The committee adjourned till morning It is alleged that the deficit, as shown by the treasurer s report and the amount turned ov er the new treasurer will amount S-jO ixw Hemingway w. ho has been sick as well as his chief deputy s-ince his retirement from office, the first Mondav m January claims that when his books are posted and checked, he will be able to show that he is all nght WILL SFTTI E t P TOD IV The chairman of the special committee of investigation tells your corresnondeiit at 11 p m that Mi Hcnniigw ly promise-, t. make full settlement tomorrow He is at work with his former deputj, and experts Urn gbt Mr is now engaged in the banking business here Another Account JACKSON Miss cbruarv all- Mr Cook m the house tod ly offered tho fo For Having Murdered His "Uife His Statement. OZAEK, Ala, February 21 Fully six thousand people, among them many women were here todaj to witness, tlie execu- tion of Duncan He smoked a wlale en route to the gallows, and after reaching Ihere, conversed freetv with inside the stocfc- ade An opening had Iwu left open in tha stockade, througn which he addressed tho crowd He spoke for about one hour and twenty minutes, and it was onlj a repitition of what he said to the reporter this momim; Ho said THE STORY HF T JL.D "JohnQ Baldeer. andlnsdaughter Georgia, sbouldstand by hn, thev wereeeinaMj as guiltj Baldeer suggested the idea and pur- chased Georgia administered it Bnthewassubnnsive to the law and hi3 punishment was just Why his mother did not state the fact of the drug being given w w hen on the witness stand he had re- quested her not te do so He wanted to shelld Georgia He was a free-will Baptist preacher for five years and lead manj 1 KD ABTKAV OEOBG1 I He was led astray bv seductive Georgia and warned all men beware of such women He requested 1, s re- mains to be earned to Damascus church soii county, Florida, for interment which was done this afternoon A purse vvas taken up> YA V? while he vat, speaking for his little children. A handsome sum -Has real lized Ho felt fully a prepared to go When ho finished and tho opening to the stockade closed fectlj compo-scd He wanted to rope, and commented on the he per- tha dr jn lo whether his neck would broken or i THE DROP irME FKF1 He bid firr-T-ell to those in sliakmg hainb> uli stockade speaking cheerfully to all sprung at 2 and the fall wai, neck was broken and there struggle His pulso cease 1 t. utes taken dm n m natural He was cerUii.lj the riowd e> pix-( dcrlv ui mm r __ A Hanging Ai H Ttnn colori d v. AS mormiip for tlie muiil< lie of -he u} ind Hie
1 up fir SIT b it it i- d ubtful t course 1 ho peoi e of woull inllii.l hnn lf he NNOud flgh BPP int net is to the I tier end HI STO-. VVILI RKSIOV i u the aniu unceim, t is1 made that I N TT.u-.t-m L mted States treasurer, ,s to resign 1 be mfc nuatien appears to he well f uiidecl in.ire-.sien is that there is a consi ,racj rtain othcials to embarass the a 1mm istrit 11 by successive lesignatioiis t rrsl and its ex A I rmtl Un I--, v lot ,r. id Sessi lebuurj u 1 In t u gbt bll Via hav million an 1 filled to pass Aehliesses to the people w ere public in sen it >rs Mr O I crrall of Virginia of Ins ihoiee w l' 1 in leur sai 1 that tho city 11 where bexuty eo hllcel the ej was m favor with the last preceding tne s< M list H vote in fcerlm shows an me 1 lit) and tho hbe.al vote an increas j J Evans, ana tnar. on mis condition of the tre is u j VMLAT THE MGtFTS ,de by Colonel G S figures were obtained tre asiuer's report and the ttieasurcr Thcstacment of oloncl W 1 Homing treasurer showed t bat oil rv he had on hand tad onlj tin lie lover clnh tently insisted on his inmre cm e In Minute. Ala thoumrder of J Mill i I The drop fell at 12 1 h s lie was and ho v as dea 1 in niiejuii "i" CRIStl.FBS IXCOtUT The stitepient vvas n id Dillinl anelhe from the outgoing books of the [resell was tint the upon waj the out-S un-; tho first e f J inn i 4M 02 and that he The Tli Cnv 1 lines Trenton Me tram t 0 del v ith nn 1 tlKir sviiipilbi-e rn ,1 tl e tnal of tlvo iHiM clem the SH! of 1 r, ntein When the tram stepped u tl e st .lion Hivucn truwd, rs first alight. I Ml 1 bvv m. 1 of people who hale ml to Jh. d e.f tbrcf Iiun- up te rice ne tbe> u led n tcr( IKI il CHrksiii n with the 1.ostoihe.o I rcasurer Hust n is after The reasen a- Ass -tint I tci cl his coil, depirtnunt anl to f How shortly the r prospective actiun i stration M and C Hrk have pr i e mctv two districts in vvhicl Colonel Hemingway was seen by jour cor- respondent tins evening and refused to make Tnent of his term of offi voili-Kreat'ei than nat.on on earth iimirtiufe-------- Flu tn LH owner nig h i'l wro n subpcLiuted, tnVl Iill THFM Arrest of Sa tional ci nint-iit Mr anelero of California, argued ,11 f tue ts in 1 large towns _ _ Storm In China Svs Fi mail .lam- Kon- an I >k ue wl ,ch swept along Boshu coast on lannan w as v ery disastrou_s About hshms with between 2, XX) hshermen clritted oui to sea, and nine hundred e iseo Februarv Pacific Lhlna, arrived today from Hong >kohoma The people state that nsnerineii .._ of these boats with all the men aboard were lost Most of the bodies drifted upon the beach and were taken care of by relatives THE DANGEROUS coming One Contest Fails. February 21 Represntative in his report submitted by unanimous instruction of the house committee on elec- tions recommending Clarke, the democratic Madison DavJe a Postmaster. Februarj 21 president T bwmg, Oadsden, G gia, Madison Davis, Athens The Insurance Companies EeUeved Taken by a Yonngr Woman from Tram. CHARLOTTE, N C lebmary 21
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