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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL- XXI. PAGES. xnr >IIICAGO_GOT IT. OF TIIC HOIIT FOR IAIB SITJE EXCiTING SCENES THE HOUSE Ficl.th Ballot Chicago Gets a Major It, of the-lotes Cast-Scenes Around Bulletin ISoardi t la tlie Cities >cl toll vi th t.io comdi Iti Februarj 24 -In spite of a falln.S and slues dark o galleries were Ml of these pc n> he deciding of interest) was leadjng the movement, tended to add curreiiey to the rumor If such was the purpose, however, t failed signally, for on the yea and i, ote tbe est cVaniushlj rallied togetlier, and the house re fused to take a recess by a Note of yeas 138, answered In feverish impatience fearing some dilatory tactics that would low, them fticad-v outage they held Mr relied fora ard to the clerk, eiclaiming Call broken, however, an'd there w as little further opposition Ihe rlerk igam took up his list and began 'Mr Abbott ind so on down the roll 1MTHU.OMI- VOTE The result w as oil otes, divided as Chicago 14 Nei% 112, St LOUISA, jsl.iu noii 17 V maiori'j would bo ana juittio votes short There as aS of expectation v, hen Mr Majo; dra-irad Mr Roybnrn, the new member foi w ml He said he wished to change his vot IlsDIANA_ CROWD TKrJAO TO GZT (.OXTROI, OF AN "e ii U ulhmuis >t 'lie of NL" i lu i St T i 11- >nil "vV n up nil. le ultofwtml del ends tho lee UK 11 r, 1 s fair t fiomN as the i It ir 1 tH el K x KU1 I lemsMMUi his pi i bckre the 1 n m tl o -n er TI i r i rk read tl c spe pros i 1 n the niotho 1 f 1 >r tl to be seen in 1 John 1, 1 uo presint Mr Keyburu to k 1 H.S sw orn ill 1 a' order of tlio house ing upon tl c sito fur requiring- me pi uo to h maj.r ol the f Tl. t f i vvlOlfll to K111MV 11 Mr ll' il elhor there ll ill be a tho s ,eo, I reuUel ta Is f r tl the t< tal nui: U'o I 1 e shoul tital miirber ite and did so He with a.ipl iu e and e% ideally ex 1. a 1 a s ede for Chicago but he I' aiiwintel fstbodj followed his ex luiiili in ico s total stood at ITS one esst ill a ruj The Now York foic.s 10 r  __ The Senator From >ew Hampshire Offended at the Flopidian Editing tlie Kecortl. WASHII.GTO-, February Chandler rising to a question of personal pnvi'ege, called attention to the fact that the senator from Florida (Call) in debate last Thursday had ut- tered words personally offensu e to him (which he had not then and had followed up the broach of order by changing and adding to the official report of his remarks a paragraph sti II more off ensiv e He (Chandler) deemed it his dutv (before replying to the as- sault made upon him) to bring the senator s conduct before the senate for such action THE EMPTY TREA might be deemed just and equitable for ________-i______ such tranjigressions therefore offered a preamble aud resolution statins that tne sen ator from Florida had charged him in debate with personal responsibihtj for the outraging of a woman a id the murdering ol ehildreii and the destrucnoil of the happiness of househ >lili in the south men who woro emissaries behind him and that the senator had in ad ditioii fie following paragraph M hiel he had not spoken mg the price up m a w hirl to 59, at w hich fig ure it closed __ __ THE e 1U8E OF THF DECtr-.F I the Lmted states courts) will rest The erratic performance is said to have been Qn Uls tue shrieking ghosts of induced, direetly and mihrectly, b} thoadio- raEed murdered women and children victi- nedence .ban show Ins was 111 onj way connected with prosecutions ,n the Lmted courts) 0e shriekin host s of AT THE ght Xl-ey Had .i A iioy In tlic Treasur; a.iid Now Fiud TUat They Are in laslead. and opponents the suit recentlv msti wl d lubta and p uiiu ut i v _ ___ I ____ i ___ r sion, of a race whoowe all that ami civilization to tne crowd once delegated by the treas- ury dep irtment to look after the ,seal lur fish cries and it isho who inaugurated tho schcmo HALl'ORD IS IN IT This crowd of hoosiers hai o no thoj expect to procure the bid through their 'pill with the administration, and haie ar- ranged to take certain nch furriers of >.cw York who are to furnish the cip.tal An eien wo a piper in entire matter sijs rivate secre- ijo tary thi Iialford, tie presidents pnvate seero- in it CHICAGO OBTS IT Chira-o was voted the worlds fair on ci.ht ballot, this even ng Tho bill to h faTrhas however not jet been passed trrs vi ere ros er-od and that question Tho southern men Mite almost sive This is assig] for the recent tumble in the stock ISMAN BUYS THF STOCK When the stock touched todaj Mr Iiunaii tho same idea as was expressed the additional paragraph Mo had simply changed the phraseology, he has the right and, there are no poorer tonight thin thej were a week comejcu ago when Tennessee coal w as selling at 80 M J v omorrow The southern men utc amiost solid Iv against it Some fears are entenamed at it will not pass, but the Clu .k It is the first action the L has taken this that he did not this i majority and" W n -l ei ti Bealt, rniir vote ils a Votovvo- Wl, of h 1 A THIKH TKI4L As-nm as tut result hid he6'1 withi ut iffordiiig 111 opiortulilt} lit sum HioCspoaktr stated tint no city h id re iiiiijoritj of all the votcbcn-st ami ai id.n V directe.1 the leik to a, ur Ihe s inittte .Mil IT i LV. --_ ired Tho U t U a-s to in ike it con torin to the wishe tl! J he anuoiiiii dis cw uis 1s n The Ch 1 i 1 In d v s 11} t the r, suit f r tho iVfgim i% I- a.- i, un-t i n of rU tiri.i f r rk uhilu St 1 live -th. I OK n I" ft'0 cue- vnl ishing on ti.o ellU V 1VNS IXFVSV F. (i lib, ut i tn f i i le ipitul i i< ,tes the nadum   accession with h s sf it ni the center Hitt f r <_ 1m and he apy.ui kuot if 9, Of till it VV The I osers in tin Onmo Februaiy 24 rv 111 r tl e f ur had a effec itl cilovvds vvho stood i i the dri77 mg ril ill tho afti nil on and part tilling tho rfslilt of the ..i... hleago over jNevv xorK iroi of in indicate to ,lb that watched the nc that Chicago vould come s and wheul tho Cvpt ct lilt 1. a ue r ie the ild tional Vs th, went on however and 1 m.i d str.nfelh i it tho nthusiasts b, any f.oling chai] bctamo d. spoil cd th rket- i Bmih r tVlu'the loo.- "aiix us of" the little can e t vv his eiers ill hi- v leilllty Liu btthhillol shovsi la total vote ol an 1 i, uchcii-i n-oIChicoi-owire juitilicdiu inii i-irn f. r 1 tifteeu v. Us, I hi. ilifrrbut six to her ohiiuii St I mua nuinvvhle lei oil ten -votes and h. l All ex  jSevv lork bt I ui- S and VI NKW WKAKEN The New people were dincomnttcd at the r small gam and bewail to realize that c 1 i'o no more Ihe desertion of ade of from St Lcmsto Chicago added to their ilaira so a reading of the v oto was d man i n t to v it but to secure tiiuo for consultation Head- w ere together all over the h use and tho result nas shown just as roll call was begun by Wilson s rising and moving a re., ss untill tomorrow at 11 o clock Theru was a shout of disapproval and dens- 1011 irunthe ompatt Chicago forces and when the speaker attempted to put the ques- tion several Chicagi ans answered on their feet -with point-of order alleging that the motion came too the i, h all had begun The speaker, ho v ever d.dared that he had Air "Wilson before the hr-t name called and put tl e question Without for the announcement of tho viva voce vote Mr Wilson demanded the and ind thev were ordered There vv as u ueh excitement on the floor at tbi- point i tow ei of New was hurry ing about fiom one man to another pointing at the eloek (which indicated the hour of G 30) ai d urging a recess MEW TTURK S STRATEGY FOILED A rumor ran over the western Bide of tlie liall, where Chicago-was in force, that it was the purpose- of. the New Yorkers to arrange over night for the transfer of their strength HE WILL BE TO EXPLAIN. Preacher OetB Into Kotlicr Bad Repute In gaiidnsky, Ala. Chandler repelled the intimation that aiivthjiiB winch ho had stated was not true He desired to haie the decision of the sen ate on the question he presented Ho asked that the senate should decide whether such language might be used by one senator_m relation Snother senator, and whether the ben be permitted, with e i to oe ijuuiiaiieu and P H Jenkins, a member of his church, ]f fll fiad actually spoken in the ting each othor with shotguns Brjant senate He sent tlie original of the objee has a life and six children, and Jpnkmgs has paragrapn by a page to Mr C i am) and a daughter sixteen years old that w b How ev or, it liev od ho is secretly New lorkclcc.cd Kced Hovvev er, that New domociatic rtam to get tho fair e icago tho number of two or throe d an PVV, stern ire oel.bntmg thl-i ctry tonight hv and gettin ,r onslj nmllw New orkdcle -ratio v erv t >r. ov er their defeat Cham eey M pew ani who held the dole it'on, wore  re the last i l.t f 11 e it was evid.ut Chicago vould New Yolk s iie.t off.rt will per s b" to kill the bill, but the men w ho itching otcd JACKSOV, Miss februarj 24 1 The Mississippi legislature which assembled on January 7th, h is adjourned sine die Of the bills introduced four hundred and sixty house bills, one hundred and nfty threa senate bills became laws The act calling a constitutional conv ention in is of course the most imp. rtant bill passed The trust' bill is ver} sweep- ing in its proiiaious The act repealing the law requiring deposits of insurance com- panies in the state treasurv takes effect Jan- uary 1st. IS'12 No reform in the jwiuteiitiary lea-ing S} stem has been effected but the gov- ern ir and attornev general are aided to tha of control having the management ol tho penitentiary aud convicts Tha act requiring tnat all laws char- ters etc of a local chara. tet shall be published in the countv to which they applv instead of in the state organ is hailed vv ith delight b} tho eonutrj press and was rec- ommended by the state pros- association, tha state printer a member THEHOeSEIN The house indulged m a general jubilee before adiourmi g A score of humorous speeches were mide and ridiculous resolu- tieiiewere offered Speaker Madison and Clerk Wilson were thanked bv the house for the impartial and efficient manner which they had dihchirged their duties aud a handsoma silver service was presented to the speaker, and a hne gold headed cane to the clerk Tho colored members supplemented these presenta- tions by appropriate resolutions aud movements to both the clerk and sneaker. The emiliijes wcie also thanked etc Gov- ernor btono Kelt s, are up with the two houses an 1 signed ever} bill before adjoum- ent except tvi o minor ones retained bo, ausa are alrea Iv cov red bv I iw b ou the book.1. e has not vet >ed a bill this s-iou anv new ri.ilro.ids have d sojres of acts pass. ,1 me vv tow us and scho ,1- The h mw. appointed committee of three to visit the grin college Columbii-and investigate the charges pre- rred bv the girls against Pr, sident CmiUe. he effort to re luce the interest on the Chick- saw sch wl fun 1 from -ev en t four per cent, Inch was t o i 1. ef i in-e difference ho- ,nth. twoh ii-i s an 1 prevented adjoura- iciit Saturdav fil.d SEN vi OR rmi vnn HKIKU knoM Senator Dillard publishes the fnllowim; in 16 Dailv Evening C mimoiiwealth JlI-M-SIIlI IlllSeVltUF "51 SATl riUMBFE, ACKSOS Miss teliuirv If-Kl r r I f< It It in. ilutj umce (Februan wbilejis nssliiE in tha senate a bill will, li pru f< r U mnuMiata aviuentoutotthetreosurj ,t SKI in CJ-sb M ntinii the sena-c that the late trea--urer hail settled with the present incumlient I stated m ellect Oiat il an.earccl 11 joka ol the treasurer oftl. e tliat 01 of 02 whieh tho ic had J he had c "If plain or resign PEG I.EG WH.I.IAMS AR.KESTED. based upon calumny that have been ma- against members of the house, and whilst e pressing its satisfaction at the exposure mat .1 rearcts tho wrong inilictt been chartered. anee urer in the f a bal- late treas- hand on January pal.1 over the sura the stata with tTanVhi' fi-ul that Cotonel or, .lit for, nous 1 look upon M casl of I it wa the hi 1 to repeal tbe nisi hi  through LONOSIlll Kl IN TOWN General Longstreet arrived in Washington lodiv lust after Mr Harrison s election e luoim-cd that General Lougstreet should be proMded for He however refused to g.ve him control of the Georg a patronage but now rpadv to Hive the general a good omce Itw.neithcibaa consulship or a department Ford of Augusta Captain Jthii ofGnffin, and M Moore lalita aic here ._______ t K arK .ml uiosc wh. vv Uehed the tjcK ,1, -titc 1 the e means of information with lit attempt to conceal their disappointment W vsniNfT ,N I cbii iry 24 1 brief exe tne 11 t the senate w is 1 eld tins af, nxii Jtwimh the matter of the puhhcat of nricceibi, of the e ecuti o sess on i urn er It w derided to m ik. iiurv into tho by w ch uevv-pi, ci "ee, re their information coi c. Tung proece 1 in 's in e i tn o Tlie >ew Keiclistaff. pFR IN i.bruiry remits of the election in now knowiim ev.ry distr ct of the election i that 24 were le I IveB Lost in the Kashlng February 24 courier has [the low or Hassayampa aud >us mountain of water cai ic lower dam where they CR wirk llnriv-ono were whites and The courier reports the tow-n f The loss of Ule in he valh b. twee: may not be kno- .11 li. L vvu at about 2 o clock av mrrmiig and that thirtj four men iPOBRf I fflFS offerings vc'sterday S97 000, all four an. nalt per cents at rue llark LancJFxpress reports foreign wheats t legal 1 measnred seveu inehes r Wickenburg and the dam u for some days but is with- and the number may Di y iu.ii.wj j that the upper dam had undou "rokei, and earned two dams below t The loss of property in the dams aloue will amount to about OOP I-OUK KILI.ED By the Explosion of a io North Carolina. CHABIO report t OTTE, N C February 24 tonight from Kowan eounty says four eded from the eifeete injuries Ved m tlie temble distillery explosion tnere fit Friday night The following .le-vthroll Charles Kimball, the distiller, today Banford Beaver, the fireman, killed ontnght, -Willie Beaver, a twelve-year oldlad, tailed otttnght, Josepb ant distiller, today John Green, the storekeeper, was sleeping on the second floor of the distillery when the and was blown througli the under fourteen years of age Williams came here this afternoon from Atlanta Tho war rant had boon here several dajs Williams I demnation had says he will tomorrow, have throe hundred Mr Balfour denied that the police had negroes moved out of Scotland neck These are the negroes whom the white people last week would not permit tt> leave Williams will also send away negroes from this county tomorrow The charge of abduction against him will amount to nothing, aud was probably made mainly to aunoy him______ Explosion on a Tug Boat MOPIIF Ala February tug boat Fl >ra 1> blew up jesterday afternoon 111 W lute House Bend of Mobile nver, twenty seven miles above Mobile The vessel had stopped for repairs to the engine and the captain w as on the bank pulling on the hawser when the boiler exploded with terrible report, an 1 the boat was almost blown to pieces and sunk immediately Ei gineer William Gnmes- hy and his son a boy, were killed A colored cook w as also killed Pilot Thomas Komell was badlv cut about the held, and is now in the hospital here Captain Charles Hall was slightly injured by flying fragmeiite of the bolt waterin the boiler is supposed to hav e been the cause, as the engineer started to the puinp just before the explosion occurred Iftck Hawes is Afraid BIHVINGHAM, Ala February 24 As the day of his execution draws near, Dick Hawes grows very nervous, but he seems to be a desperate effort to control his emo- tions He sleeps very little now, and eats but little His face is verv pale, and there is a frightened look in his eyes It is expected he will break down completely on the gallows The execution will take place about 1 o clock Friday Revival in Ctoattanooga. CHVTTANOOOA, Tenn February 24 forty feet He is thought to be i league meeting Alfred Wolf, dep tbe Cotton Oil transferring Y IW-. ijr wounded, and his death is expected time_____________f and that of St LOUIS to Washington, and the jersey-was eact tfiat Wilson charge a-nv at any The Cnjiola Fell. February tege number of -workmen engaged to-day aboutFloracoucert toll, erected others are rnifwitig_______ Affirmed Denied. fSpecial remarkable revival of religion going on here at the Methodist Episcop cliurch under the preaching of an evangelis named Potter from Chicago, and the singing of Prof Miller from the same city Six meet- ings were held at the church, and there were- over 100 conversions, mostly young men The Grievance Committee Meets. CHARLOTTE, N C February 24 The regular annual meeting of the grievance committee of the Brotherhood of representing the entire Hichmond system, convened" in this city to- There is no special work before the com- mittee and the meeting will adjourn tomorrow night __ that thehoune hnds the cor, f such members deserving of severe con- Tbe Probability Tliat ate Name May AMEEJCCS, Ga February 21 1 here ton.ght to the effect tbeo we have ury treasury, wbtre only act Colonel Henamg- had tbe DUBLET, Ga., February the turpentine distillery of D F Wslliamson, at Brnton, on yesterday, Henry Kellum shot and killed Sam Bmses. Both parties are North Carolina Knllnm fled, and has not been apprehended. Rediatxictiiis ASKAPOI.IS. Febmary con- makes flve "th'eTp'ort based upon a telegram received here this afternoon by a prominent white re- publican, who stands in high Hckgang, and he it was who imparted the information A white man, claiming to oe has been here for the ________learned, this work has b of the sue districts of vrtil go into, operation irom the so that it of 1 that the to and 3t0re to feom then homes NEWSPAPER!   

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