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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. GA., 16, PAGES. VOL. XXI. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE TKEASURY VAULTS TEST MADE BY AN AMATEUR e A'liBnre Meet aud to tne bub- Trt-iwsury Opinion. Indt April 15 The the in wh ch eub nalUous of doliars are stored are be the simplest thing in the a for A enck-rtiian to cuter them 111 a few "n 3 J w Amadou day or two ago and vi il if id this they ill ink th HIM Ues for not having attempted a lewh i rel million .1' easily have cr'LEx-1 tU i. tttu all he wanted the> wtro easy of a.c i roi II sto i canif into olm o be had ou  m i-1 de u tli Extended to at tbe HctUiMJ. WASHINGTON, April 15 Among the tele- s of condolenre by Airs, liaodall was the follow inz from. President Cleve- land Accept my sincere Rympattites in jonr great affliction and be assured that; thv Amertcaii peo- ple will remember with the demotion of y Mir i to public rtuties The s( i u f s tti tlie Oooi-ge K No 1 Grand Army of the Republic, ol Fuila- -j, oi Mr KandaH was a member, h been acci pted ts an-escort from the wil roa I lion to the grave 1 ho n ombeis ot the appropriations commit- tee of the at Mi Randall s this afternoon called in a body ce to the r i t aid silver ih H r M -o (f s htr 111 of p iper in a tlur 1 a d d n ago en ed tu 11 -J- that too iiuecun IU st u J tlic ices of an aani c 11 n, i .in familiar ila the to trv the piper in i >piO COO 000 of pvet are I i )it.st t uteeu seconds tint uu i t ili Kin ie ind m Mitceii he 1 id n auo an oj eiuut, 1 irge euoi Oi J fy treated genuine stir in the lit dili scare to P jH-Hnaticns committee A bill n( iiVer> prepared author 17 i g the nifnctt THK GIS1S CLT Tl R r a.-. ofiici ils ire in a great fli rry be  iru 1 icoJ throughout tho bin Id in" In ihiuer Houston h u as ed for -m ap ml o i the and is much exert I bcc-u o the apptopn i tioii> cmiu Uoe is g nig m leporting a bill f r th i I" will however be ru htd ti rtuji thi hoi se m a lev. d-ns The dooi to the are of iron of a poor q t m If jeirs Tho make of hai I steel that cannot bo picric b t ie uola of THI MEETING Thi. 11 i 1.1 all e -Uliance committee couii f seil of ut xscoie of members oi con gr HH mot i r itely m a room Ninth s'rect u night to diseu s alliance measures bef "o c ji Vmong the mombe-s present T. LI II lucLin of Alflbimi Coloiiol Clnrk I ewi of Miss j i Aless-s Morjan of M j i Met lunmv ol Caiolma catheritoiie of and Bullock of 11 nJ i ait pi H cuweu u? ti.u r> b li -md it w vs not fu Ily d er push it to a or PO 1 -it ei erj one ie Itopusu some nn isuie which wriid pi its for tho go emn out to leii JIM If i 011 he product-, of Its fu i tn Ins laud 11-0 i in winch nd i ost is t r tl o miu t to i 11 on farms w} re U tj IIL n n 1 u eon i un t in id I ai 1 i uiit-tumn i n tl e s 111 o t 0 ci 11 ttr 11 n a 11 mi) f r t1 g 11 t tiid UK i t a fi 11 er iU en tl I i i n i ie at ci ier ecnt, the n t il i T. foi tl e in o 01 t i I f th fjfi ncr The inaj ntj of tee i LI t tl hi Mould ho aU t it el u-vo tl o firmer ilian the si Li T r li i L How f n KK r meet li i n 1 c x 1 ul ti M lie i m ill h dt-L ltd up i J a bill lorn ulatt. 1 a.ud JD PI u f i will pe 1 be htVd ne t T t 1 i i 1 t 1 r ti t 1'tl of t ic Na tit.1 i 1 i i is t j L t re the st i i' o i 111 on T iieultj.1001 iues'xj to in i of the s tb treasi rj bill Iii3 f tL it t! ero n f itj t iree j icmbors of tie house o w 11-- r rt tl t i ois ire J 1 I I AM Ml b DTJSIO-S T t re I unar i on all siues f r li s 1 u I nions iii Uie ca yet r 1 ho o i non or iLstice goes a 1 _. i i 11115 out for now jurisdir ti i f r U  11 1 L tint lie cloarlj tki ion s i iti to eor'-erUicso of his position aiiis i tl e fir t opi oitxinity Justice Lam ir h i h i t Ins perfett familiarity it i thf. t it, tl e o[ our government lie wa.-> itir an 1 in his ana of poner or the several depaitments of tlio er i t and his Oj moil 13 rec  of that court r a ti no It was his Create t Irom thn l ei i h so f u and h a and id nmo-5 iro very proud of t Till I 1 PA AND H VRBOB n LL 11 e n-v CM i id 1 nrbor b U is to "he rijotttl Pharsdiy It ha3 been conn Ie ted I tt its icaUinM are jet a societ II jw e ei is to tlje survey hhe "skr 1 for The OemuJgeo 000 Ji Stewart's bill to grant Indian war PCI sions of a month to Joseph Moint and   In tho f rirv pallbearers Mint last tno na o f 1 -itmiLstcr Waiia- n akcr v is aee dentally omitted lit re i ifr-s of i number of oiem beis of tl L hutt-A, Itej O Noil of PeniiNjlv ui a tl s moiiunn I od at re-a dent e of tlu 1 i t 1 o t iscor tain Mrs Inuiit il m to tbe il a -t mm e-. 1 hero a, an L truest de sirt, i n the pnrt nicmUers thtt tho funeril should issu ne i inti nal ch tract er and that tho ceremonies shi utd be ec obrated in the himbor wlu  S Tdo C.O t rn R (OF Arclier V N i roi i A1111 1 ei nor Jack iiiiH I H of Qutcu T o un H tto treisurer Ho is a lawyer imi I i f btuto Stnit  on tl o charge of maliuix.s.niLc 111 oinoc and of tho s steuiit (is Ho ipViwte a letter to tlie i rr-or s it i il 10 xtttion is inikcs it im i 11 l i n e t lie i r in IK the t mo namttl Jimtvfr n al nmits which m ,Jit re nit M r av n t 11 >n atti nil uiei un1 e tut tint th y jitacc il i Kill lL> 1 ti nl thin i oeecicl re the (in r M rue, deneril Win te a ting la yra-jHc Ui r i Juui 1 Hatwl Jeton C J> II Hi n v, Iitl M otetoii K rln i ill 11 M Mildeiil if as q icstiojietl 1-1 the eorrpc'n s  neither nor o] pose 1 any i t h li 1 re icwed the and de 11 11 the c ihee ol tre isuior IHf SUM- II Mtct antl ARitoment ASHTVGTC April 1 senate and ]if n JD lepubiie Ji coiniuitttcs on tuo silver   ndira.1 difff rercns 111 the vie vs of sen ile-r-i in 1 were 'i setl by the discussion hut an earnest pur- 1 o J s u to I unuosiiiO difftrenccs, if po iblt Oi e of tup chief po nN tt( m Jch (ho comiiJJttes conld not v tlie ineieiiso i i i o il bu t ire i Jili n fenth a j rm o- s u n itvv's a 1 co ild t in the in il v it was deci U I to i nt tl c Mtbject to itb- nmmuio of i (.n Uti nd live reprr n alives vl o ft i t n t( tl o vv r v of In foi common n i 1 11 w i i i the f ran st ind lit sub c J n cpns ting t f Sena t is YUJn h M ison, 1 lies Slieiiiai and ft llei at 1 Pi 'tsi 15" IIP u ie C nra i "n 1 11 sc su n ctii c ho irs this sft rnocn an I ac tit i> cajno to an vree ent nlthoi gh no Inch icii was t ikt i liie measure "L de ils ui'h tl e i l r nfipa! t roxibion arp I irst t irv of the t sliall be tl iitulj -4   was tin? irtsilt )f 1 t New I upland a, town i !ir 1 a, m ntln cc I V Ni, v 1 in 1 I p a th" )i id of wJi n tnd mi-ntTr >i t ic uu my is r I arnli un Tho t it tl t rtpcn 111 lies eolith t tliitti II i iJ hitndr msf from New 1 L i 1 an in n a sppr i il tr.ii Ihr e htm Ircd mil U tj lots w i s >1 -n-rf I uIH th  Ntw tng Um! pool !e ihe lota avera0 1 il ut S 0 a front f x t rroteeUnac Uic Option "NfW'iOKK -VjrtMj the cotton ex lui wab lie 11 tl 15 i r purpose of con 1 utter-worth l ill 1'arker who r1 hided made ar rddrtss statins that if the In 1 a law it woi Id iflctt between 000 (KM; atitJ X> OW JCTI y and have a Serious ellert on the an I commerce of tbi-. r-oxintv I'esoiiiT orf wore assert "tronffly pro te a_ii n--t tlie pi5 age of tlie bi t al'ing i} on each member oi the LxihangL to do his ut most Thcv Deniaiidtrt Bettev Pay BAKRA, Pa, April city eoi ncil v few dija ago approjnate 1 000 to be expomlcd on the stiects and the of destitute iijii ers or this dty Einh yfuo men were recommended by the charity committee now relieving the poor of. this city but when tltov were informed that they were to but a day they to go to work, demanding biglier wages TJift Broken NFVF OHLKANS, 3 received here show that the Mississippi mer has risen fifteen points during the last enty-four Iioars at all stations from V to Baton Bouse The Kita asse is now 1 feetwule and eight to fifteen feet deep There are four new breaks reported in Bajou De G ause, and Eajou ThLL bJlAPU BKJSVITIB S. rdwm Booth says the riunor that Lawrence Uuxla feoiiTence of tais malady not true aiitl that there no doubt about bis reaainiDg hia aJ career next season JIMLnt, April Prvarian Art was ia not my tnteoikm. to liittorto bold alorf from lifo, I HOW wlfti to Apeak a in wrder to approach E Trni t The StocklioMors VILTF Tcnn A.pnl The East ee a and Georgia railroad stock met 1 ere todaj Fi e hundred tlious- an ues wire relented or SAC ee it c f the all by proxy The stock lot ers -pprovedof the Queen and Crescent i r pos t c n and conferred full power on tho d re t< r-, to act in the matter, as woll as to issue SO OOO in bonds for and sitn iHi purposes Ihe directors w ere also author- 1 to ac o i tho Mcmnhis aad Charleston Huiroad 1 1 itter Tlic Summer Quaraatlne. JACKSON. Miss April The Mississippi Btate board of health today or- oered the quarantine to commence ai the nort of Pascagoila May 1st. Madrid, Spain, wvs in darkness last night, as the gas vorka aro on are v defeated Richmond again at base- ball yestentay A. severe earthquako shock was experienced on the Ibthuiaa of Panama recently Berlin block pavers are OIL a strike in Balti more They want a from to per d.iv fhn president yesterday nominated Henry T Ritchie collector of customs at St. Auguntine, Fla The throwing out of precinct thirty-four, by the canvassing board, was mado an isEne4n the Batte, Montana, election, and the democrats won There is a general strike of the building trades in ludianapolis The workmen demaool a shorter day aud better pay The secretary of the treasury has ordered that Commander Bowman H McCallabetrtertbf court- martial The charges will be made .publift today Over a thousand coke ovens were shot down In- definitely yeaterdav by the Flick, Schoomnaker and McClnre Coke The Detroit Steel and Spring larsMCcoacent its kind ra has suspended payment. WASHINGTON, Apnl 15 Sherman of- fered a rcsoUit on, which, was agreed ing tho of the ulterior to communi- cate to the soiiate the report of Jesse Spauld ing, tlte government director Pacific rail- ways, as to tho general uuuiageoient of such railways purported to be the report here called for was pubi.shei in Chicago jes- terday uiomins The report had not reached the interior denartment Mr gave notice that he would try to call up the Chicago world a fair bill next Friday THK MONTANA CASB The Montana e'ectiou case was taken up and Mr Morgan addressed tho senate Be naming aa occupying, with hi, brother Minors tho Attitude of a judge he felt coii stri na I to discard as far 13 e the pro- dilee ons which naturalij belonged to a Jian who Ji-kd been in tbo sonateso long as ho h xd bceo, aud ho had been arrayed politically, againjt senators on the otliei side of the chamber He criticized md demod of one of the lead lug staten ents in the majonfcy report to the effect that in tho orgaization of the Iron Hall ho ise of roprewntAtM es (the republican branch) the auditor "who is required by the constitution to preside' called tho house to order That statement, he said, was a column of HI p nut f< r the theory foi the seating of tlie reptibl can el uuiunts, and he challenged Mi Hoai to to the ciau.se in tlte consU totion nich warranted it Mr Hoar c ted the comtitut oiial provision t'tat tern ton il should continue in oflice ind dHihargo all then function? until their chosen and then cited tho law f f tl o tpmtnn making it the duty of the au- ditor to preb de at the opening of the imt the hrieiktr v elected Atr Morga i that those facts did not jiifclifj the s atemont in the i lajority repoct, because in the absence of tlte auditor tho oldest member oi the house mas to call it to order 3upi  and manhood and fair dealing If these e'crtioiii, lie scud, hail goue other there woull e been i o trotfble In ca o b ie v to the people 1 tl xt i iat impos-iiblo He derlured th xt the '.la e of Montana TV as now coming asking f si a (mission as a wtth a1! that hi Ui clinging to her skirts she would be 1 ic od fiom the threshold, and it I e nsis ed that no man ha I r to claim a seat in. tLe senate as a SDJJ i from the state of Montana unless he could uo so on the itihcite of the got c or of that state CeUiftcates had to be 1 by tlit ind coutiteisigned by tin rt tai> of statt. Tho republican claim ants h nl not suc'i certific vtos Tlie democratic el ha3 certificate signed hy the ern r but unfortun vtcl, countorsigned b tj r sccietiry of stite He referred to the lack of i iteiest 111 tho debate manifested on th ie uburaii hide of the chamber whore, ho vid w is not tti eragy of er three s na (hiring the te i debate, and sug 4 steJ that iroso from the fear thut tin ir opinions might been jaued by the uiientaticii He appealed to tho re j bJican side of the ch imlicr to let the be tiled n l r D ipU s of law and on ascertained f It V.Q ild i jt be long, he said uuti 1 the httie cloud 111 Montana wht< li seemed than i man s hand would sweep like iic mid tear the republican party all to fi igmeirtH Mr argue I against the majontv rc- poi t as a padded and stuffed record, made up of make w eighth u Inch do not belong to the question AS A POET A comic t urn v as en to the debate by Mr to whom Mr Daniel yio'ded, saying that the monl impression from the action of the majoiitj of tl ecummitt.ee had alroadybeen produced in Montana, o-s was proved by a tele grain rece vcd from that Btate at 2 o clock Uiif 11 orjjing, wh ch he j nx-edded to read, amid laughter on tho democratic aide, as follows Hurrah for honeat citizens, h rinclicnte tJie nfrlit, Hurnh for law and hltery The people won tlu hgnt Wejit wet ptng to tlicir fate P( r the uters placed the baiif upon 1 he men stole the atj.te Tim mounicru speak in waispers, Ihere 9 rape upon the door, fhot, O P was killed, Bv stealing precinct tliirtj Mr Hoar said that as be understood tbe facts tho democratic majority in Birtfe, which a year ago v, as 800, had been reduced to about 230, and that at present there waa not a single All of those Apparent voters had gone like a last year's snowbank left his to end fiom North Carolina to his comic uaaitac Mr senator from, satts derives as much comfort ont of small material aa any senator on floor My in- formation is entirely different The city of Butte gave a republican majority Imst and there been a great turn over" m con sequence of "subsequent proceedings Mr the senator had been in hed at 2 o clock last night, lus ideas would have Keen clearer this morning [Laughter MB. DJLMIU, RESUMES Mr Daniel went on to criticize the majority report He spoke of the act of the returning board of Silver Bov county  simply because our county getting better m everj respet t Court in Seiwion. FE.LAVIHK Ga Aj rj] enor court heie jeitenUv morning. rtidge Jaires M Smith, of tl p (_ 'i ircuit. presiding and Solicitor t.caerU   vaa the oxphc.t and ull er delis ered here b> anj lie h-ppy faculty of himself on all so that "ho that runt undw taaid Our people like him SCCOIK! to nojiulga luit ever here notice among Uw laitiug attorneys 1 jon 1 O bmitoocM ud lus able associate Colonel KuuVvnigh K, 1 Hinton, J A Hixon J V J S. IcCorklo B P Ilolhs E Ha vkms J H. .umpkm, E M IJutt Tame'j M Ouproe, W. allate Iso important cases to try, aa4 Durt will probablj Thuisdai Colonel iinrBton In Hume. KUMH Ga Ajirllll fN et-ial Kanja- ra1 Alliance and Industr il L moti aa luusnally lirgo gathering ot citizeua and lembers of the alhaiice on the loth, on tbe> of the aldiess hy Lolonel btviag- slon, adi crtiscd to deln cred at Nevin opem Vouse, at ittclie o on that liurterly meeUnj? of the County A1K- nce is called to meet at the city hall, hy Keluc Corput, president, and after the traiisacLiou of licir usual business will adjourn to the otise A t. igl t on J nd Saturday M Inch di 1 little da go Mr Oorputsajf, thit his pearlies may about one tenth of a crop aud the ,re not uijmeu MRS. BUtMHN Under the Auspices of tlie "W. C T II 1 yenhiff r-j T T 0110 of the most prOBti- lent W C T L workers n the Ivmtc 1 States, 111 d the head of that nrt nent deillns eo- ially with pnaoiis, airne I in Atlanta erJay and lectured a' Tr mi> laat Mrs Barney s bo tio ffi in I  Ba-jicv'b Jetturo was a hmt >rv of the of the union, the gn ]i-al wi h ning of ts sphere of uselu uoss with A great many llus'ratiors of tl ego -d It was iry throi ghout and listened ifli marked attentir jj At tho concilia ou of Una lecture I Mr. Saul ai-osc and feelingly re "tc Iio v he had converted- by the Vu C Temperance union, through tin inti rr it of Visa Jcnuie Sraitli of the Iroi 1 Th s as folio i recitain n 1'uot Toust Nan, by SI i tempcranco storv spokoFt with forr slid effecl Tonight w I   mous Rr tutc, J r em to Jonthn, at he Manila Street Mis ion cliurc i bttween Spring mil streoti t sjht Mrt JUnruoy will Itrium at he chuT( h of the llei-ecmer on the Modern Macedonian t rj Tornorrmr afternoon will nre at the First Met! cdist f! nrf i ui t clock. The lectare is intended estMcallv f r the dies though all arc imften it> bcjj Revival at lite Fi-st M Cliarcli Contlnuf to Grow in Leftwich IH prea< 1 SI Icndul Ecrrnoaa at the First Methodist C hur h He is auKst- tag Morrison in the rcvirai services there i fr Several bandaome articles win be raffled unriwj; the wcefc The contest for a gjld waUh between Jobnnfc Pell and W illie r Isw >rtb is i nlcetv Abrrge crowd -ras jn fot tbe oil painting uf Ufccry tba are veiling Mra, Jauea'n Death. Mrs Elizabeth A Jones, ot -he Colonel Litt died at her residence No. 85 Marietta yestcrdai. morn ng For tint t three years she had been afthetcd wiUk consumption and bore her suffering with Christian fortitude to the lair fehe has beew a member of the Firat Baptist cbarrh of city for the past twenty vears and her funeral services will be held at that church thin morn- ing at 10 o'clock after which the remains will be laid to rest in the family vault at Oakland cemetery, by the side of her husband, wb died in ISM. Mm JTonea bom in Maoon connty, Ga, In Wt leaven hjrmother, Mrs K D and bar daughter, Mrs C B DooIiUle to mourn Iter death, many kind Cnendft K ill them Urttr in this hoar their bereavement. The pall-beanes who have been revested te meet at C H. Swift Co's Tiadertokme John J JameffK Port. William Cochnua. South, John H-Green wui JEWSP4PER!   

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