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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. REPUBLICAN BOSSES rut PATXOXAGE Of I til. STATE. BUCK e Fu AND HIS MOTLEY CREW ist (ll> en ln tlke Testimonial to the of the Dudley, Wno Is Public Pap, Apnl 10 tjomini.ti ni of The Black" IVudleytoiltf post master hin it Senator Col- tt poeket ind the chances are that tiiere tt i-- Vo romam for a long time to However there tre some letters that have Just been filed tbe committee are interesting ones too Indeed they are partieularly so now, and if {Japtam W W Biemn's card, recently hed, is correct souubodj has been doing wjme t tattlmp Ilroun T believe, said m bis call th ho did not RO to Amentus to inqum into Dudlevs t !i did not for thepUec Hen Buck written to Clarkson, and this i-> what Broun is untrue J Clarkson frir-t 4-uiistunt ncral Deur Sir From an mv not one of whom was residing there now, and these ere the men, he said, whom the senator and the majority ot the committee on privileges and elections held that those men were not legal and that, therefore, the majority of lecal of Silver Bow were in favor of the nve republican representatives That was the tumple proposition on committee g laced the mentg of the case At the election i precmcE tlurtj-four of Silver Bow county, all marks of Honesty were absent, and it vaa not deemed that, if the result of the election in Silver Bow county v, as changed at all.it w changed by the vote-; of men who (by ex statute of the UmteO States) were not qnai voters He submitted to the demo- cratic senators, and to so much of the demo- cratic press as had any restraint by reason of regard for the truth (and he had no doubt that that press had as mticli regard for the truth as the nreas of any other parts) Oh, from Mr Blair) whether the position taken bj the committee warranrr-d the use of such an m- as bad been applied to it Mr Gray disclaimed, for himself and his demox ratic colleaames. the application of the invoctn e to the senator fro or to any other senator Th been applied to what had occurred in Montana Coming down to the elimination of at piecmot H, Mr Gr-j du 1 ired that the onlj SAM RANDALL DYING. IBS, GREAT LAST J.GOXT. THE SOUTH LOSES A TRUE FRIEND And One In Whom 8ha Conld Tnut In Her Hour of Poor Maa, W Ith m Clean Record. appli from Massachusetts, That had objection on Ji Mr Hoar jiistitied that ti to t- I y f Brown who his been that puri I nml that inv ivht atgtinft Mr Dndlcj to w int ot .iTlity >r htness for the oftn e is with :n n and that the appointment WAS a to be made n wis not onjtin-xUy a supporter of is now warmly interested t ir con He "ta.te'i to me tint a Mr obb a iHn-ratic lawyer ot rt d him a let t-r ftlm u'U1 t obb had written to Mr nciuUr if the bouse m wuub. he vti il that n tli n t uld tliown the th ir n ttr ntmss of Dudley for the >ffi e ami Jt fraud it n u-t be on the ground of his t inulUv I had -ulMM.il to go to Mashing t n i t -M 1 >r In. fun? the posti ffiee eon.inittec in ,T I l ilf lut learning that vmi lutl Ion I m that tbib is not ir> he will n t RO uii Ui Ht.i' 1> Hoi ins that IM n mile si eeiUU continued, I am rcM n 11 ittee trn t a niaii f v b -u s- iiualiiu atioi can 1111. ibia divtri t and n il n nu u ol dhy is chairman of the c( nal di- rth> charat tor ind We icupet tf illj and I- 1 rer mmi ml that he he appointed post i r I delegate at large Chicago convcn I-HS ninu BKOWV meniher of republican utral delegate to repnMican tial amU. ugressional nominee of the district of Georgia s B HOUSE secretary of the first congressional district of trtorgia DAMS (Kit gate H H SP retard of the second con gri nal distrut i t in the hfth district K 1 HIICHT to convew elimination was ui after thought and that SIK h lion Jiad Iwen made before tbe conn ty cumssing boird tlie stitf lawyers who wanted these M tes thimMi out 1 he objections made thfio vn.ie First, th it Yotei been sent in i ri gistered b> the t lerk of tbe ouiity but hud been di hvertnl to him in a seiled package bv one of Uie jntli.es ami second that the re returns neie signed the judges and attested by the eUrki instci 1 of being signed by the clerks and d by tho Bulges Tho spna tor fn in M h is  (titting in the lion 11 ill the ortihcato of any be aid r oftieei by law to make it and that on the etmtiaiv the tn e democratic from that eounty (sitting; ni courthouse legislature) there in ton foiinity to the return boinl made is dirctti 1 b> liw and under tbe man ditf of i tmijpetcnt (ouit of justue Mi 1 e i v iothci of the committee 011 rn ihges ami t It ctions in oc-ic> of the inajon y rep< rt spoke at 1.011 siuti ihlo loiifttb Tho debate then IK i an e i r niiiin one Shoi nun I InuiniN Turpe 1 iiitis and oorhees 1 he question haMnjjhceii propose I bv Mr Kem a is to win ther senators with nu questioned credentials (forty two being a quorum) could ga to work and and pasd npnn tho eredenti ilb of tho other forty two whoso title w o.s questioned, Mr Hoar said that he would like to think it befoie undertaking to answei it That was preeiselj, Mr Kenna said, the question that presented itself 111 the Montana case Partial responses to the qiiestion were inide by Messrs H( ir Dawes Blair and Dolph but Mr Kyuua baul that none of them came straight to the point Ihen, at b 1 tho senate adjourned OUR W VK SHIPS. and ere manj hours the soul of this gieat nian will pa-iseil to another and a brighter bbore Sam Randall 3 death will an irretnev able loss to the whole country, but particulars to the south Ho was tho host and tmest friend of the south whose ever sounded in tlie balls of congress He w as a friend when the south was in need of just such a friend, and hai always been true to tho people of that great section Sam Randall will soon be dead, but he will In the hearts and mem ory of the southern people Tonight he is slowly but surely sinking Ho might die by morning, ho might Uie twenty- four hours, but all hope is gone In a few short hours onlj the memory of tins grand man will Mr Randall will leave nothing to familj small on Capitol Hill He will die a poor man Howeiei, it is understood that George W Olaldi and other friends m 3'hiladelphi i, time ajo, [Uietly raised whicli will be presented to Mrs Mr strength delegate at large in nicn of V I rn se tl e rcpt l i rtense Candler daujrhter of Con gr  from Isotre I) nnc ii -.1 t e f B iltinioie w ith o of lit r >ounr, la U h i u N Mi s Iuh of I ai IMisNinxloh. i (f i Thtj aie at ti Metn pol tin wi h Mr aiuller t H t nn Henry J spent todaj here v tl nt i il H 1 1- irr is t  will be preM. mod t i 1 on Monti In of it to- nu t 1 i Culbtrtm of Texas w ho h vs m id i !li r n it i n of tin bill saul It i mg red it f s rheiked at least tomporanl> S iOoeloekbe w 13 resting more com f >rtihl> The attack of tho afternoon h id ro tbe septic unia, v.hi< h Ins now become one of the worst feutiires of tlicciso and his mind was more than usualU clear and Jl his him sldteil that Mr K uulall was umoiisums most of tho but Dr AI ill ui n said that tin-, was m t so He re< all about him and occasion ilh but am, toiidencj to on bis part was restrained as fir as po sihle Alalian and Dr 1 iiieoln Ii id a consultation this after noon, and they weie tho only per ons outside of the faiiuH wh saw him with the except 011 of PostniT-tor d< IK ril VN main iker, who makes i daih to tho "i( k n an At midnight Mr P u lall w as lesling easily and there was no futttici change in hn condi tion E W B THE  .ewland family with the premedi- tated plan to kill them It was to secure a place where I might kill myself that I went THE AMOUNT INCUEASfcS the proper distribution ol the tents furnished by the general government for the ertiow sufferers in Mississippi Communications in- tended for General Henry pertaining to this subvert, will reach him sent in care of Mallory, Crawford Co A KIOT IN SPAIN. Th arch A ffe State Ax THb SIIA PRS-CINCT. The Senate DiscussPs tlie llontana Contested Election Case. April 10 The Montana i cxsc was again taken up Mr Cill a i Ut the senate 111 oppositi >n to the re port f the majontj of the committee, decl ir me tho two republitan claimants, Messrs San rs and Powt_r entitled upon the merits of tin aso to seats in the senate from the state (Montana He held it to be the dut> of r> ceiiitor to t bis opinion in the milt r IIH! to o to tho senate and countiy reasi us for that opinion and judgment UL dt-clartd that the untry is A r< mlitKiii of things w ln  11 ions departments In Ins opinu n the lion of the senate in tbis ase in disregard ii g clear and unquestionable law of the stiti. Montana and i rmc pies of 1 iw as tie clar pi atiou bill Mi Jlcihort of o'Temi an nnciid ment foi tho i iislriu ti 11 of two, inste id f thu o c ist line h itt'e slnj s Mi rb f tho to con ti act with prn I >r th< c ti 11 of two ess  adipt xblo is jrmtd tu b r the irif rr i-.e of tlie na; 1 bis i i >p >sitn n found a fuomls in tho nul the dt bate IIJWMI the of UK reasing the was long do- with a prt it of views IinilU Mr Iloln in moi to strike out the paiagr iph prt for three battle ships but in the for an armed ruiser to 70 Mr Peters then w itluhew hib motion to stake out tho tntiro elaiise Several otbci amendments were offered, but all were either rejeeted or ruled out on points of order Tlie was then favorably reported to tho house, but no final action takeu and tho bouse, at 4 43, adjourned THE M C A. The Annual Convention in Session in Au- nt Oa 10 convention of tlie Young Men st hristian to 1 a (UK rum pres tally on tlie re publu in side to bear the senator fiom Maasa- chnselts 11 e resilient pro tempore directed the roll tolt illetl mil senat r-> poured into the h unher while the call w u proceeding i 'ht senators answered to their names Mi Hliir in pri seiiliiig a memorial in or of Ins fdvvt ational hill lemaiked ih it while tint bill w as i It-eusMon it had nevei bfei nt.ie-.saiy to i call of the in or i t b am an ind en e [Laujrbler J "Mi resumed his rein irks on the Mon- tn elontioii case He aHudttl to some of the dot ntu speakers 1 ing spoken of the trai ii ti >u as i picee of i illamv and be th i Jit it worth whiU ton nil to the senate simi le there 111 tlie case "lit tinj tnty of the 011 t noils hid tlu'ii0ht that it wasclcirlv ii vbtj a] ID impregnahlj and Ii lent e% idt neo that the quah ners Silver Bow eounty b> a f AI i majon ty elected lepuhluan representatives in I( w hose election or non t turn turned tlie scale in the whole tranc-ii t >n That w as a matter of fact Com lowu to the rejection votescast at precinct i4 Mr Hoar said no one had tlie least Idea that any of these alien had taken the neeessar> oath to support the constitution. Hid en s tie! ii o.d the e of them as Arm s' who w ere menians, a Bohemians railroad hue 1 on the morning ot the election and ALO vtjte _.-------- ______ latioiis of Get rgia convened at bt Johns clum h this afternoon One hundred delegates iu attendance and more are to come Tho fo] low mg staff oliicers w ere elected evident, Ur T llol mes Koine, hrst ite president, t iilton HilKer Augusta, second MPC president O M fnlbert, Sa% an iiah third president, T E Massengale >onvood secretaiv K Poiuerj, 31 aeon, a-ssistant se isi1ors are oemg a grand recep- tion by the local association, tonight THE Fllifc DKCATUR, ALABAMA. The Vnited States KolJlnjf Stock Company Loses Heavily. BIRMINGHAM, Ala, April later dis patch from Decatur says that the fire in the L mted States Rolling Stock car works was dis' o-v ered in the forging department of the car works The machine shop, blacksmith shop, belting room and engine room, with all their contents including three 100 horse power engines, were destroyed Tbe loss is supposed to be fully covered by insurance The hre was accidental These are tbe car works which were removed from Urbana, O two years ago aad were the largest in the south The main building, where the wood- work is done Is uninjured L.UMEER KILNS BURV Ala dry kilns of the Lumber company, at Verbena, burnt vcsterdav Two hundred thousand feet of lumber burned in the kiln Total loss, 000, no insurance__________ Large Fire in Brooklyn. NEW YORE. -Vpnl 10 broke out in the boilor rooms of the extensn e shops of the Lewis Fowler Maimfaetiinng company ou alworth street between Park and Myrtle Brooklyn, tonight The flames ex- tended to the large machine shopa, a three- btory basment frame, 250xM> feet, in which are inaimf ictured eieij thing pertaining to the equipment of the Brooklyn City railroad Thiibtiilcling was destroyed The loss was SJOO.OOO, largely covered by insurance The shops employed over 400 roon Fire In Kentucky. LOCTSFIELE, Ky t Apnl Telrington, a town of 300 population near Owensboro, a disastrous fire occurred today, T P Taylor's tobacco factory and seventeen other buildings, mostly residences, were burned LASS insurance WASHINGTON 10 The condition of winter wlioat on the hist of April, as reported by tho statistician ot the department of aRii- cultnre a orage- for tho entire breadth average Seeding was late in tlie s ik sof tbecentril It 3 s bet xuseof it uuitht s istlioie fou ni t in tl e hi it eoi lit on but the n ihl winter ntimied Jintil tho pi Hits wt ro too luxuii mt tin itlist ind tho u-sual  f u (Mipeiatioii bv i and renewed ,jiowth in this rt the roots are int K t gi  j an 1 in teiiibci md 1 inn suiTt retl moie 01 loss from the atticltsof the Hessian In M iich the fiosts were erv, ncral discoloring and sometimes killnv the i Unts down to the but not loots tin wet places The i iop looks brown in Ntw oik, but tho st ite ac  with the increse made in the case ot other carpets ___ THE TELEGKAPHEK S TOURNAMENT. the Committee Makes Investigation Into Archer's Defalcation. BALTIMORE, April Archer inves- tigating committee made the today that in addit-onto of coupon bonds which btate Treasurer Archer disposed of for his own account, 000 of registered bondare trussing The committee, this after noon, made its report to Governor Jackson It recommends tliat the attorney general be n1- stmeted to pioceed at once to bring suit upon the bonds given by State Treasurei Art her for the faithful performance of his omcial duties and they also find themseU es com- pelled, by their sense of omcial dutv, to recommend that the facts eloped by them in the course of their negation with tho testimony taken bj them, belaid before the attmney- ge leial an I state s attorney of Baltimore citj, to the end that such proceedings maj bo taken the gi ivitj of the ease den andis They charge the treasurer with official malfeasanee, and with n peated mis ipmopriationto his own use of st entities and bonds belonging to the state and tho proeeeds of bonds belonging to the state sold by him, and they are ready to lay tlie poofs of these charges be fore Governor Jackson at such a time as he may name for hearing after notice to Archei The committee have traced 500 worth of bonds abstracted bv him, but have not been able to ascertain what he did with tho remainder Attorney General White said that Governor Jackson bad sent a copy of the charges and a 1 st of witnesses by a special messenger to 1 Arener at Belair and had iiotihed th to appeal before him at Annapolis Tues- day next to make his answer to tbe charges State Treasurer Archer was arrested tonight a his home, Hazel Dell near Belair He i -s too sick to be ed and an oflieer was "luced in the bouse___ HE STRUCK A FRIGATE SOLDIER. Tlio Punishment Upon Lieutenant Steele lor So iff April court martial whuh iiud 1 u ut< nant SUcle it Chicago for e ndiict i tiltGt an oftieei and geiitlemin in striking I'm ite Dill r Wild, found him guilty and seuU iued him to be repiimanded and t i be coiilmtd within tho limits of bis post for thuc n oiilhs The proceedings and findings of the com t hive been apj ros ed by Major C.eneral Sehoneld as eommander of the m of Missouri and he w ill isiiuo an order p ihhclv reprimanding Lieuteuaut Steele Ihis will be the hnal d of the case, as it is not one that calls for inv action on the putof the prtsideiit ur t cretary of w ai tirstl ieutenant J V H ifth w as recently tried by court martial at loit I nenworth, Kansas on the charge of ing duplicated bis pay accounts The leeord of the proceedings and iindings in tlie ease has been acted upon by the ofti rers of the war departuielnt and the case has b( on submitted to tbe president It is assumed fiom this action that the court found the oifi- cr r guilty and sentenced him to dismissal m the service otherwise the president oulil not be c Uled upon to act POISON KD BV i.ATIP.O TtTKKEr. Two Families In Arkansas In a Dying Con- dition. KANSAS CITY April 30 specjal from Little Hock, Ark says The poisoning of two whole families is reported fiom Browning Sta- tion J? ranklm county Sixteen persons were poisoned and at the latest accounts twelve of them weie iu a precarious condition and not exne( ted to u ilh im Browning shot a largje, wild turkey c< bbler and im ited the family of George Hajes to dine with him Sixteen persons, be- longing to the two families, sat down to the table Soon after they had partaken of the turkej the-v began, one after another, to be attaeked with nausea, violent vomiting and com ulsioiis One of the boys of tbe Browning fimilj wa3 tbe only member not taken ill He the alarm to neighbors, who hastily summoned medical assistance Four of the persons poisoned weie relieved by vomiting, but the cither twelve are reported to be in a condition It is the turkey, A Car-list Leader alencia and the Anti- Carliats "fTmnt His Scalp. Apnl 10 The arrival of the Car- list leader, Marquis Cerralbo, at Valencia, to- day was made the occasion of an anti Carlist demonstration Thousand of anti-Carhsts met at the station, and followed the marquis to his hotel They smashed many windows of the hotel, and tried to set fire to the building, when a detachment of troops charged and dis- persed tlie mob persons n ere wounded The excitement continues r Later A mob of persons invaded the Carlist club and set fire to the furniture When the firemen came the mob tried to ob- struct them Tho mob then smashed an 1 burned a carriage in the court jard Another mob tried to bnrn the church, but was ented by a detachment of troops The troops have failed however, to dispeise the constantly gathering crowds The latter have built two baricades in the streets MiUt iry authorities have taken pospe'WMon of the citj and the whole garnsou is under arms Midnight The noting continues Troops have made several charges Many nersoiis have been injured, and it is reported some been killed, though orders were given to avoid bloodshed as long as possible Seiera! members of the Carlist clnb firod their rev olvers into a crowd, and three were wounded The mob also attempted to attack Cie Jesuits college Older was restored soon after midn ght The troops occupy various points throughout the tity THE LUNATIC ASYLUM IDIOTIC GIRT DR POWELL'S REPORT OF THE CASE. Colonel Humber Withdraw. tioa mm Knxlnrrr Made OCBoer of tlie Institution COJ fclSION OF The Avoca Sunk by the North. Canabi No Lives Lust. LOMJQJ., April The British steamer North Cambria, Captain berts, from Ba'ti more, March 22fi for Hamburg, armed at the dock tins mommg leaking and her fore com- partments full of water She n a si on a6 midnight with the passenger steamer from London for Dublin The latter was so badly damaged that she No lost The North Camhna struck the amidships with great force and cut half w aj through her hull Them were twelve passen gers on the steamer including several w< men and ehildien A scene of wil 1 confusion, fol- lowed the collision The tenifir-d pavitngers rushed half their beiths to the deck Five boats belonging to tlie steamer were cleared away and the passengers an 1 ciew, which, numbered twenty five persons hastily entered them, rowing a sboit distance away The boats lay by for two hours until the Av oca sank The North Cambria then picked up the people in the boats and carried them to Dover Some of the personal effects of the passengers and crew were saved Mirois Ga April 10 Several members of the board of tr iszees of the ana f 16 asylam arrived in Macon tonight from MU- ledgettlle, where they have been attemimg the semi-annual meeting of Tho board were present at the meeting Cha nuari C niss of Atlanta Se  and J W of Mai on Ibo abMjnt trustees were Hopkins VTatt N six t and Vrthur The first three were del nne hj iujrlaiit business Me w as A RIIOl Some sens itional i barges the man- agement of the institution w ere i bn itte 1 ia writing to the board by a f jrim r o np] of theasjlum but investigatian exp1 wit 1 t! >nt. Some of the charges dated bar v neartv tnonty years Tlie most serious c i 1 dated o_s rerentH is De tic gir', an mm ito of f >ur st in Imp Itui guen birth to a chiht au 1 it was intima that an employe v as fitlu r and man- of the h i I aused tlie child U> be buiied at night, and ciij le I sorrecj upon one DR POWEI L'S NT The above charges voe von t> one of the trustees, who was not at the Jain arj meeting of the board, so when the chains vv i r rt ell rt to nre a- buried in tlie >ther p itientn The trnste to The Contest tn New York Tlie Prize Winners. New April 10 national fast tele- tournament was opened this afternoon riving c just be fore he was shot, ate of some bait pois- oned with strychnine aud winch had been set for w olt es Hare Gone to Canada. CHICAGO, Apnl 10 dispatch to the News from Fosston, Minn says R G Sweeten, cashier of the Fosston National bank, has been absent since the 3d, and an examination of the bank s books shows that he has taken from to Swceton was last seen m Fargo with a woman with whom he had been intimate for over a year Sweeton and his companion took a Manitoba train northward, and it is supposed they have gone to Canada. A Woman In the WOBCEBTKB Mass Apnl the night of Bank Teller Kimball there is additional evidence that there is a woman in the case Kimball left Apnl 21st, and went to Boston where he was joined by a woman. All traek of the pair is lost this point. THE BROKEN tfcVEES. Ae to Solicitation of Sub- scriptions. WASHINGTON, April 10 the case of tbe Old Dominion Republican league, against ofti cers of which action has been instituted 111 the courts of this district for violations of the United btatei civil service law it lias been determined to waive all further proceedings and to admit a statement of facts on tbe rwrt of the defendant, C A Newton, president of the league, in order that the may be passed upouin a higliercourt and liwal (3c< had in the supreme court of the United States Newton, who is not a government othcer and who is charged with violating the civil service law, bj soliciting contributions of eminent employes for campaign imrpos< s will test the nglit under the civil service law to soncit such contributions by one not in the employment of the government, and was to test the question whether the sending of a letter by such one to a government emplove and delivered on his desk is the solicitation forbidden by the twelfth section of the civ il service law, and if it is a solicitation, whether that law is consistent with the constitution of tho United States Newton's case is im- portant, as it involves personal rights as well as grave constitutional questions Colonel W E Sims, of Virginia A K Brown, of Washington, and V JWorth Spates. of Baltimore, have been retained as counsel for Newton It is expected that W W Dud- ley of Washington, and Representative Houk, of Tennessee, will be associated with them in the case AN ELECTION IN CHARLOTTE lit e I i show e i that he had m i 1 no the birth of the child an 1 it n time to ent al n imn Tbe child w is b irii dt id whom the rliaiges ha 1 bet n given to be pre- sentel, was fullv satisfied of Snpermu ndent Powell s bonoiable coimeelum with the entire matter Other charges fell to the ground similar to the ah e ho far as dibhonnrably connecting Supennteiitknt Powell with anything tho board piised ire-.olut nn today sustaining and Superintendent Pow t M The partj preferring the charges resides 111 "VI i  ming curu nt in M i on aid creating some tilk s in just i e t ill r m- cemcd and for infort latioii of ti c JM i) of the state at the f ill partu til ai s of t wl meeting the board aio gnen FMK CONSTI- TUTION eUlOFI Jl MB! It's ttPfjHINATI >N. The i ibh IK 1 in 1 f-oine ago t! al Hm 1 i w oul 1 with Intw his resif_iiati >n y; it es m et< It wasdemonsti 1 t w ir I IfinnlM i a satisf.it ti ni th it Suj.t rmtt 11 lent ill w IK t infringing m the le Jf UH i hare- fore remains steward tot P LH it itiNfa iioim ol his h of fnends St r. k j 11 I'i t h. resigned II a ui u ui n 1 ul h an r N C April 10 assed by the board of aldermen, at HartUmn a IJ. and extended to an evening gessit n It js the first contest of tbe kind held in this citv since 18S5 Tlicre were tweotv four At 12 45 this morning (t jthe imlces brought in a list of prize winners, Class prize IS R. Pollock, Jr 200 voids in five prize, to W 91 Gibian, 233 words, 4 characters Third pnze, T J Kelm 238 words A prize of for the most finished and accurate sending in tbe quickest time, to W L. Waugh. In class pnze, weat to F L. Catlm, 251 words, 1 character Second to WauKb, 223 words Third pnze, 930, to Frank English, 225 worts, r BraUt Tbe special prize of for dearest traaftmift- lion, regardless to speed, to JL. 3. Ajrref.of old The High Waters Threatening Otbcir NHW ORLEANS, Apnl 10 Picayune Vieksburg, Miss special says The present rise at this point is threatening Louisiana from Milhken Bend south along the fronts of Madison, Tensas and Conoordia parishes. President Maxwell says the danger will be from. Omega south He inclines to the belief that the vater will hardly go above forty- eight feet here He left yesterday, accom- panied by Assistant Engineer Thompson, to inspect Bedford's leree. The next twa -weeks will be the supreme crisis for leveea armth ot Omega, and tae levee board is folly'. for its final struggle with tee great v To Reltew the MiMiMippi SVlf, i jAcxaos, Miss., Wblch Will Call Up an Interesting CHARLOTTB, The order just passed by the ordering an election on May IS, 18MO for the or rejection of an ordinance passed authonzing the issuance of bonds of the city for the of the streets "and the general good of the lias brought out the view of many citiren, for and against the measure Out of the and under the head of "and tbe general good of tbe it is beheved will be appropriated by the officials towards building the Lutheran aeminary in Charlotte To this there are many objectors, indeed, it seems as if a largo ma jori ty wi 1 1 be against the ratification the ordinance on account of the sectarian appropriation Some tin e ago, when the personal solicitations of tbe committee appointed to aid the Lutheran pro- ject had developed the amount required some apphf inN at asa' Iho stf r will! 1 1 -I KM e resigned to arm pt a Macon THE FNarMCPTt s posr On motion of J Saas-'iire put 171 flir_ chanical department Mil from rmt m De- f II e cu'irt me- nn to unlen foi c the tl P s v u 1 i or- f 'intiii- tnousl> This prt( IK o-IH makes tin- engineer an olhcer of tbe institntnm liuhtee Wileox wa-s em. r in IH8.1 ana resigned because lu wa.s t u> the stew- ard s orders 1 iction indicates Wil- cox s in iu On motion of Trustee iVox Engineer waa dinrtfl to aUen 1 HIP of the American Gas lati >n at Sj- m Maj, so as to learn in> iu v, ideas to be advanced bis to be j aid the, board Tlni is considt red a step on part of the trustees The trustees found the asjltim in good condition, though are anxiona that some needed unprovPineuts be ma le ui heating the buildings m the water supply Plans arp tint will the asvlnm two and a r mil- lion gallons o' water e twenU f >ur liourn It is alsodesired to itifj an J nujir ne the grounds Tin-, badlj nwded TUMP an> now about 1 %0 inmates at th r the of beer and light i lie thought this was done to win fiprman- vote tactie-s w  wile and fimn; lieune-ti for charity f) or other m titutwiim Yesterday tbfe Pan op and disposed of the ol ou union, adopAop rpjior Ws There arr ua f) edti ati-inal loajonty, with three Ait. There was a caucus of n held last ntgbl for t'je tf arr n order of business, fwn ot tbe meetiug anltaccupied all cue UUH. in speeches Hennr Gray, New rk tbe North rirtr Bogar rennmK con-pain the mate, held another meeting tonight at BTE.H.8iMtli in Jan the raaidenOB of Senator Shennmn. At late 1 ,-iT dummulile woman uiii af tcnr hour the; wen still in moon, aad tin teaoit I at their deliberatioiw, U one va< reMbed, enji cteck u iKWSPAPF   

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