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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATtANTA, GA., TUESDAY AFRIL 22, PRICE FIVE CENTS. THERE WEREONLY TWO maoireREirii.z.iva TO ACCEPT THX OOTH'S THE PAN-AMERlCANscALLED BACK _. southern People Unwilling lo fcntertain Lackeys of Delegates Complain and the Tour Abandoned Tf.WHn.OTOH, April 21 The hree-ringed I'm inienc-ui uienaserle, started out a lew  ts fat southern j erforrrance was only g" en In without only twocuri exlubitun The peanut and an! cigo cleaners were onormg token by yeas and. nays on tbe amendment for the xuna) review, Tlio lote 27. nays the provision remains in the Wit The but was 43, nays 13 VOB OKLAHOMA lemonade decorated but tho people of tho south caught to the fnml and refitted point blank to bare such a show in U eir town Indeed, theroareonlv two and about thirty clerks and pmate m tho party The of the c ties they have ob jected, and ra sed auch i bowl oter the fnud that Sir BUtiieton.fcl.trec illod the They Bill return tom-riow E W B The Excursion topped Short secretary of nioining te egraphed Ciptim Bourbe n of tho trim tli it wal carrjnig tho on then U ur to return tn AS aahiugton from fromriclim ml done so few of the delegates desired to make the ex curuon AIL rXelSES r CPU f the f reu.ii dilegatt s iroej ted the itiMtati n but onl> t of U em- Mirl fCilmiba md of 1 Pi-u left ,sl mgtin with the i The i others sent letters of i egret reasons for vitl Iraning their OLCeptinrp Somewtie letn ned by important business Mine were I New >rk hy telegr.ph otHPTshil Ut del to start it once for their honurt nd t o rest vert ill or too tired to tualte the bcienl jromised t j in the excision at Richmond to ta-v I ut unable to do w and the Hetretan of s( i e decided th it the ftnmbei of L m won d not justify the expense of the lounw which w ould cost is tnuUios if tho entire conferonce had gone rhe wnole outlaj woull urobab y IMHO been 510060 SECHKT4RY RFORETS IT The secretary said ton that he sincerely regretted that the com nerctal organization and citizens of the south who had made prep- arations to cntortim the delegates had to be disappointed but felt chat they would appie- ciate the circumstances which compelled tl e abandonment of the excursion The foreign hai e now been in. tins eoar.tr> for months ind so-ne of theineien longer and are anxious to return to their homes aa soon pooBib'e Tl ey aro grateful ft r the hospitahu extended them mi ch re gixt thit they caanot accept it I UK HMO'S D Va Apnl Pan Vmen can   f unit t lispitch recalling them to XV nhui., ti 11 tl e JK tln.ni to ir 1 ingbeou ibi i h nt Si. n e E ti e eiLursn inst-, will c i Umie tl eir tri[ soi th Offers leu, the 'bjec e i it 11 o ff( crn Tieut 1 cidercd hat i Fuihnni c ir be to the regular trim for their t m ei pnr e Thr- I'm an trim left h or o inf_t ti M 10 lOlomght Several of the re no, ned er ai d will foi a bonthnji trip tomorrow ou their own iccouiit A STVTtE OP COLLMBtS Ihe Senate the A New fillL WA8H1NOTON, April 21 house Mr StrwWe, of Tow a, submitted conference re- port on the bUl iff pro-ride ft temporary ernunent for the terntory of Oklahoma The bill, as agreed anon changes tho boundaries of the proposed territory of Ofclahoma, so fir as to exclude from territo- rial hmits what is known tho Cherokee oi tlet It Is prmided, however, that is as the Indian clftiai to this outlet 13 extiiignfehod shull become part of tlie territory of Ok'ahoma, without farther legis- lation and that tho lands therein shall be onoiifd to settlement as lands in said THE ARGUMENT BEGINS X1T THE TJf'fAX, B. rf- AND ELOQUENT SPEECHES MADE aM H 3 Passes the 1 omimttee V Vpnl ortil s Fair Till With 1 PJumb hi rodute 1 a corn-rent rosol itioji directing the of t le tiets irj to increase the trtosun urUn-iC 1 o >n of si 1 b illu n to the miximn u amomit it 1 by the act   contetred nnon the sftpreine and distriot courts of the territory of OkJahoina Tlie reading of the report occu- one hour and a ha'f AftoT a brief dia- t ns-non and but httle opposition the report was adopted, i Appropriating to provide the iiecespfvry and safeguards for tlio se urlty of jmWic m6ney m the custody of tlie I MI tot! treasury r then the cotninifeea in order for i motion to suspend the rules and pass ;m t n the ei'cndar Mr rri'l of Kii sas from the committee mi unahd Called up tho bill to pen Mr Ta-snioA of Missouri, tho bill He had eutored the armj at tlie age of cn- tttti had been at m ken dtntu nouiidodr at tietUsburg t-nd had Iain for months in Cou- f  were c.ptured after their com minds or while their dutv Mr t uinmii of York that il a bill could be dr-iwn which would to de- serving prism ers of war alone a peti s on, he would favor u But this bill took in mihigtixr as well as soldier M in> i xnau a 01 er to a fight because he feit that, he w as eafer in prison than his comrade 111 irms Ifo il Ibe conduct of a number of aoldu nt Banlcs' ford, and of a soldier who bci. >n o A of war to liinislnno it for striking Ins superior officer Tl o bill would not wisn with veterans or with ta f paj ers Mr of Illinois, defended the bill It not so sw h.id been represented It limited benoliciartes to Uio-e who suffered from disabttitj lesultinjr from cnntineincnt It wis the duty of the government to care lor such men Ihero might be indn idual instince1', such as w ere held up here bnt prisoners or ar, as a w hoJe, w ere a deservinsr eli s of men I'oothman of Ohio Cutcheon of Mie1 ignn of Ohio Morse, of Mas sat hu etts, I the passage of th.e bill, the m lining tint men imprisoned at and suehholH on earth, suftered re Uiau in Uie ranks Tlie inotioH to i tiles in d pass tho bill w -to then ut and defe 1W nays 76 not necc n> two th nls Mr Mrlv ilry pwrntcrt the conferenre re 1 ort o i tl e bill to ate the s tti'ijs of the t nitcl btafes in tho district of bonth C irolina f no receded f >m its disa ntnt to tho amondment I1 D i oport w as idopte an 1 tho house at r> 10 0 v Ijourned Fho ceil imiotmced fhit the roptibl c tn would be held it 7 oO this A Heavy Legal III XTSMJ LE Ala Apnl 21 Tlie sile ir 111 tan county took place tod iy at the coutthoitae door amomitins; to 000 The proj erties snkl con Ti id of b jt-xt fun.ices at Shef 1 el 1 Via and tracts of imnt.rj.1 1 tnd% m mril in Wilier Winston in I M IIH n ounties Alfbima consisting of ut 70 000 acres which wcio bought by x ipo'coii Hill of Memphis Tenn aC the bid f 000 Also o 'or o 000 acres of mineral 1 nds and mineral rights md coolcing coal lui K in Vt ill er and n count es Ala 1 inn whuli weio IK by T C Neeh of Mi mi -Tenn it the bid oE 000 Ihew rroi eit wcio tJlA t i i moitgige of t 10 t iitnl UrtT-t of New York, made to set ire 40G Citi of IK nd.fi of tho iblief lie 1 ii d B t il I >n and ad t oini au> of i Inch 000 w ith conpcms ittached ie iiam unj aid SnleJde ot a Tiensuier. Mist, April 21 ern r Stone tod eU. a from I'n fcss of the Agrjeiiltme and 11 cal col at e stating tint the book s etc of becretarj and Licasuier Witsow of t) at iiistitutjon who romTMittcd shootmghim elf throngh the heart, had been cxanui eu and found cor- lect tallying w ith the six thcusand dollars 111 in Ins lianrls General depression is thought to have caused the rash act ROME, Ga April 21 -Argument in the Holmes trial was opened this morning for the state by CoJonel 3 I Wright, who read the law of homicide aud murder, and also numerous extracts Irom different authorlUoa to sugporf; liis side of the case His speech was clear, logical and, as is alwaja the case with Jiim in criminal cases, verj impressne He w as on his feet for an hour and a half, and was followed by Seaborn Wright m a speech of two hours and a quarter BRABOKN WRIGHT'S SPEECH His speech was a Tery fine one, full of pathos, liutnor, and at times rose to genuine oratory He was listened to for the whole tune he was on his feet with tire closest atten- tion He paid Mr A'gocd a gtow ing tribute, and bemoaned the fact of Ins untimely end Not a word was said ngainst Mr Algood's name that could have offended Ills most ardent admirers illustrations of Dr Holmes's chandrr, by an incident in his own felicitous HU little boy had seen tho snow w e had in eight} six and remarked upon its whiteness Some one at night had smoked the window glaas, and the little fellow oaid, Papa the snow is all b'nck I wiped the smoke iff the glass and the little fellow was rejoiced to find the snow all white again, the smoke on the glass being represented by the shadow cast by the triil JT.DGP BRANH.VM S COMPLIS1KNT Judge Branham paid liiin the compliment ol offering to close the defense with that speech, alid foiego his argument if the state would wine further speaking on their side except Judge Hammond's, Judge Braiiham being willing to risk his case as presented to the jurj by Mr Mr Wright wafl followed by Colonel Debnej, also for the defense in a close legal argument of throo- quartoH of an hour It was noticed that Judge Maddox used his pencil A ery frequently, taking notes of law points while CoJeiiel Dab- was speaking H n L A Doan closed for the day for the state, m a strong speech of two hoars, demon stra'iiyy that the issue fla.s Algood 3 intention of 11 eaceful ettlcuient and bhowirg this in tention by his position T% hen shot and that Holn ea w as controlled by feir winch would not ju him in tlieejo of the liw THE IOR TODAY Judge Branham will open in tho morning in I will bo followel by Hammond (rieat aro from both ot them A great many ladies were In attend anca today and the courthaase was packed A V ROOM FIGHT WILL O1T WHO WILL WEAR WORTHILY An Inmarrljfnc Steamsh Ni oKn., AI nl 21 Inraan line sUavnslnp L t> of Boston unloaded a part of it lici dcci. this morniHg it ontered the custoina hotfBo In conse- qnence the custom house authorities e stopped the of unloading and eeiaed the 'Not cc h-xs been sent the Inman ofl-cial9 calling for an explanation In default of this cJnnscation is threnteiiod Tlie Silver Question. WAfiKivoTOx Aprn2i BfiptiMleartmcinriersof the house held a caucus toiilgUt to tbe ra port of its committee on the silver ijuestioa 1 one expected a livelj time and the expecta tian was realized TJifl Discussion ran on until ball past 11 o clock, when nnftllyttaeentiresubject UAS recommitted to the caucus committee It UK caniQ evident from several votes on the minority propositions taken during tbe debate tbat tbe roi uljJiean members were ppnoecd to the indom bill in tlie proportion of two to one As a Result of erel Men are Ukely to Dfe. KALFioif NT C April 21 Is ews was ed hero today of a desperate shooting affair in a bar room in Mitchell county near the TenneFpee line The county lirge roijontj.jct liquor is sold, the taking out a cnm ent license Tint bir Tlte place, ho'-e aro the rough cbanctors in that -wild and lawless owned by David Oiks iml his nephew Hamilton Oaks These quarrelled about a division of the prnhts Several men all drinking, were 111 the 1 "r loom w hieh is only ten feet sqnnrc A began in which the owners of the plices and William participated The light w as shot out an I tho cabin w as soon full of pistol smoke hen. tho fight ended Ham Oiks was fron wound s tlnoiigh tho lungs in I shoulders Oaks was found to bo she t through the hipS and will probabh die while Bass was stibbe 1 in tbe abdomen, and hismjuries are considered criticil Children B COHMBIA S C Thonms Bradley and nctl to Death rnl 21 [SpeciaJ his, IiMim miles from tins cito Icckodthoir two children, ono a boy jears old, and the otljer a girl some-ft hit ouiiger in tha 1 oi se and TV ent off (o a p raver meeting in the About 10 o x-loe'v pcoplo living uexr saw a bright Ugiit, and rising in the dnection of tho house, soon tliero was a crowd oikJhe acoue but tbe building was nearlj consumed and iioth niil could bo done to the ues ben tl P tiro I nearly spent its force tho horrible discovery wafc made that tho two little children hid li erallj been roasted alive, and onlv, tlieir chirred rema in were fo ind Kntmitoii Real 1 Advancing da Ap-il 21 [Stietnal consequence of the new Rome road and other actn now goinjj on in Batonton, real estate is on a boom and building lota are selling: rapMIy on the street now beniK opened on tne opposite side of tbo rail- road are being sold c ery day at good prices J II Bparks, who owns a nnmbet of beautiful bmldmjr sites n the upperpart of the citj.haa sold within tho lost few dajs several lots upon which hanAsoue tteidences will hjs erected at once Contracts for of them already been closed There is not a vacant 111 Eatontou and bn Iding iota are hard to obtain except ou tuis street Bill. Farnell and the JLcuid Forch LONDON Apnl 21 the House of Com- mons toda> Mr Parncll uioied. that the Irish laaid purchase bill be rojebtca by the house Speakirg in support ot his motion he said that the measure justified the claims the nation- alists made nine jeara ago He welcomed Ba'four an the latent rocraft to tbft ranks of land reformers "While accepting the govern- ment's recGfcmuon of the of laud for the people, Mr Parnett declared that he conld not admit that the bill uras a satisfactory som- tion of tbe land question April Crtop, of GwJTitia, ii Itr. BazntaU on the committee on rules. At least that U the rumor around tbe boose toctay' Mr and Mr Carlisle were the dem- ocratic memben It id leaofng-committee Of horae- From U tioeding house U ftlmoat inrariabry chosen Naturally, every one ol tbe leading mem- bers of the houso would like to nerve on it However, the ablest men anil best parlmmentarians are myanafely select- ed, men who are lenders one or the other aide. Speaker Reed recognizes Judgte Crisp as the man from tbe dejaocxntle side for tbe position He so-stated today, there is some ppposiuon, growing put of jealousy ot the Qeorgloa, which might delay the it is quite certain to be in a few AV" jappolntmeirt will jmt Judge CKsp in dn-ect'line for the spehfrerstiip   A shrewd republican scheme was balked by Hie democratfl in the house this afternoon 'tlie Oklahoof a bill bad been up all day, and the democrat c members vhowere not inter 4Rted dropped out one by onfe, until only a few remained When this b.ll was disposed of, late this afternoon, the reptiblicans congre- Rated in the houso in laige numbers, and at- tempted to pass, under suspension of the rules, ft ten-mi 11 ion -dollar pension steal, a scheme to use the surplus to make It was in the sliape of a prison pension bill, a bill to pay union soldier two a day every day he spent m a confederate prison There are thirty thousand of them, and they spent anmerage of one hundred and seventy-five days each in prfeon The bill was sprung upon the democrats without notice, and only twenty minutes on a side was allowed for debate Mr Tarsney, of Missouri, and Mr Amos CunumngS, of New York, Opposed the bill rigorously, while tbe demo- leaders sent rumors out to brlns in ab- Jf senteoa Mr Cummings said tbe bill offered a prenuum on cowardice, and in future wars' it would have a bad effect Se then cited in cidents tinder bis ovi n observation where men had preferred capture and imprisonment to being at the front Sir Kennedy, of Ohio, as rsual, made an ass of himself by reading a Better which ia said to be a forgery, depicting the alleged horrors of Andersonwlle He then said that anj sold er would rather have been killed than to been sent to that hell on earth usual, he made a blackguard si eerb, which e% en his own colleagues would not-mplautl 'Stovo PohsV Moiue, of Massa- chusetts, returned from a "Woman's Christian Tcmnerance union meeting, in Ins maiden effort "jpoke in favor of the bill on tl c line of Kennedy s ravings Then the vote waa taVen The short delav for debate gave tbo de nocrats tirre to so tho republicans conld not get together the necessary two-thirds to suspend the rules The nte stood 143 to 78 and thus another burglarious attack upon the treasury for cam pafgii moMoy was nipped in tbe bnd FIGHTING THK CONGER KILL. A connmittee of one democratic representa- tive from each of tho cotum states, met to- mgbt to decide upon tbe test method of fight- ing the compoui d lard bill They decided to make a poll of the bouse toincrrow, ascertain their exact strength and if they have not a to -work among the members, and indeel do possible to defeat tbe measure THJEY LET THE SKWAIN The committee on elections will tomorrow decide the Chalmers-Morgan contested elec tnon case from Arkansas It is understood tonight that the republicans of the house so thoroughly detest Chalmers, that they have determined to decide this case on its merits, which means that Mr Morgan will hold his seat TO MSIT APGCSTA Colonel J Rice bmith, of Augusta, spent Saturday and Sunday here He extended, in the name of the citizens of Augnsta, an invi- tation to the "Washington correspondents to visit Augnsta, which they will probably do about May About forty of the leading cor respondents will go down Among the features of their entertainment will be at locks by the, cotton exchange of Augnsta UBS TTILLIItGHAM'S DEATH Mrs Willingbam, of Atlanta, died here this mommg at the Belvedier hotel The only person with her was a young daughter She has been ill only a day or two She died of an abscess on the brain. Her remains were shipped to Macon tonight E W B BAYOU BAJiA BCXNED. n riuezvouo at amilton arts and procecil to renew Mr Blair mined to add to the first section a proTiiiou no intoxicating liquors, wines or beer shall be sold to be used as a beverage limits o( the exposition grounds and made a short speech in support of it Mr Bntler thought that that was a matter which might safely bo left to the people of Clucago, and, therefore, he moved tolay the amendment on the table. Tbe April 2t fcightli day of spring: meeting of th3 new Memphis Jockey club weather pleasant track fair Mrst race, five furlongs, Aimift Brown won, Black Knlcut second, Joe Carter third Time 1 .50 becoml race, one mfie. May H won, Workmate second HelLer Skelter third. Time 1 Third race, (me und one eighth mile, Elyton wtm Eace second, Bucfeter third fiu e 1 fronrth wee, five DowgKnapp won, Ben March second, Kose Howard third Time 1 1- ilth race, one and one sixteenth mile. Carlton. won, Walter second, B'rthilay third Time 1.52 Yesterday. At (league) Chicago 4 At (league) FuttaOelphia 3, Sew Athletic 7 Bocbeatera At Kttabarff Cbicaao 2 At Sew 13, At WlUmlngton, 9, Wortw- At 11, land 9, At! KJ.BKKTON, Ga Apnl stxrveymg. corps, composed of stndenta rae univetsttyof Georgia, are in Elberton to com- mence the survey-of the Washington and Bl- berton railroad They will hejnnthe survey at once The feeling on tbe wbuky question seems to "be oa the increase in Blbertoji It the basis of aerrnonfi m the churches yes- terdaV, and there seems to be a fixed un- alterable detenninMion on the part of a large number of our citizens to put a stop to the traffic, or at least to exhaust all the means m their power to do so _ The Albany Investment Company. AtBAftr, Ga. Apnl 21 [Special The Albanv Investment and Construction com- pany was organized today Fifty thousand dollars sabseilbedjuad ten per oi amount paid in, Tho following officers were elected S K Weston, president, T "Woolfoifc, secretary and treasurer, S G Byne, John Fort, T N Wool- folk. S B Bmwn, A W Tucker, Jacob Lorch, F F.Butoey. K P Tift, dinaotoBi, Hobbn Tucker, bankers Over two million dollars repwwented among the very aerioos one- are intact, bwt look critical. A ffttAX HftV April brfadc wmthettt gate, accoinpanitfi by drilling rain occaamnAl showers, set In hurt night and HjBtH 6 p rf cansioe a tide the coif shore, and a riseofsiac inches in the river at tbe bead of Canal street, the reading at 1 o'clock last night being 15 8-1O feet, and at noon today 16 feet, since time there Wen no apparent cbangv nib baa earned the gnlf water and aoond, track. Afaovrtr neon today leTee way jttst nborfr sugar house on T H Wilkinson's MyrUe plantation In twenty minutes brftat wan said to fifty feet wide, and ponring throngh in an irresistible tor- tent The levee at tint point, some thirty below right bank WBS pretty high, and much damage will result from the ere _ _ THK OVERFtOWKI> DISTRICT. Hundreds ot Planters Loot Apnl 21 Secretary has transmitted to the bouse tbe report of Robinson in regard to tbe condition of affairs in tbe overflowed district of St Jamfttfand Ahcenswm parishes, Ixmtsiana Bobtnson says that, m puTSttaiiOte to wont to White Hall and Convefit, St James parish Com vent is at the lower edge of tho great Nita asoe Winte Hall, above it, is further back in the volley Below, at Convent, except near the oes, ejrfthine is Hooded lor about ten mates down He says the situation la de- plemble, and of planters have lost their crops, while thousands of laborers witl soon be thrown out of employment At Grande Point where there were probably sixty to eighty families, the" people escaped in skiffs, and the who'e precinct is undec water Op- posite the levee break at Nlta, imrnerous poor whites anfi colored people lost all but their lives He instant action ten to the relief of the sufferers by the United States There is liable to be in St James, St John? and Ascension pan shew, a total of persons destitute within the month GRA141> JUKOtt PARK. He Objected to Speeches by the MACOV, Ga April 21 supe rior court convened today, with Judge Miller presiding: The follow ing is tho grand jury R E Park, A T Holt, W H ugm C I W-vnn. L B Worsham, John Y Lowe, H H Clark, Jerry B Willis, James H KiCe, John W Johnson, T Jones, Ajoi Hoyno'ds, Sr R F Lawton, J F Heard, Jr W H Bow- den, J G Ruan, B W Jenuson, G I Alton. W F Anderson, George br H T Johnson, W E Flanders, H T Powell Captain R E Park was elected foreman of tbe jury This action might be considered as a md cation of Captain Park's course nearly twelve years ago Captain Park was a mem- ber of the grand jury at that tune and. wrote a part of the that complained of tlie long speeches of lawyers, tlio law's delay, qtc When the presentments were read members of tlie Macoa bar became "v ery angry and made speeches to Judge T J bimmons, who was then on the superior bench, pleading that that part of tbe presentments be expunged Judge Simmons ordeied tliat the part be stricken out, but tbe grand jury after-n ards published Mie expunged part m the shape of a card Captain Park was regarded as tho author of the objectionable portion, and strange to say, his name was suddenly dionped from the grant! jury box, ana it has never again appeared theru until thin term To- day, after nearly twelve yearn, he a> grand juror and was elected foreman, which is a vindication of IrruJ, and is a testimonial to his cuaracter. intelligence, popularity and fear lesantss MB. I.EVY. The Deceased Had Ten Thousand Dollars IJfe I nun ranee MACOV, Ga April 23 CovsTTTbTiQV contained a notice todav of the death at Sparta yesterday of Mr Solomon Levy, of Macou, fioni an overdose of nior- ilnne The remains reached Macon this morning at 8 o'clock, ard were earned to his late residence, on tfagnolia street The funeral services were held this afternoon at half past 3 o'clock friends don t think that 1 e committed sm- cade, but believe that he was sick and took morphine to the pain, and unfortu- lately took too much He has been in ill tealth for some time Hta nrm, M t Co say he had no cause to commit suicide They say he is straight in his accounts with them, and didn't drink He es a w ife and five children who will have nothing but tbe insurance towit, JSOOO in Royal Arcanum SI 000 in B a B'nth, and accident poLcy hether oruot they will get the accident policy re- nams to be seen It is thought bv Levy's 'nends that the familj bliould receive the money aa he is supposed to have died from an accidental erdoae of the poison A CKNtHAt- ORDER, all being Albanians ColUMt 'Water Ponrlnjc Over the I-eree Ing' Out ETcrytlilng'. NIEW QnxtiAXS, April 21 Times- Democrat Bayoa special After most heroic struggles to save onr city from the flood had to Bartender to tbe great father of waters at 12 30 a m At that hoot the guards reported that the levees had given way at the foot of Fountain street A general alarm was sounded and the people responded promptly to the call The break was closed, bnt on examination it was found tbat the river was rtuming over the front of the le fee All that human efforts conld do had been done and at last the solemncrr went up all along the line, "Give up we ate gone." and then the confusion of the people can be better Imagined titan described Every impromptu boat and raft wma brought into requintion, Uratejrns could be seen every- where, and the cries of men, women and children attempting to save their effects was appalling. Not a house in town baa escaped The-beautiful Fischer bonding, tbe home of Mayor Irvine, supposed to be tbe highest, is deluged Our town is ruined. Nothing but cnaoh and meets the eye at every 1VWW, Today it is ratalmj hard, which, more cfoomy. Tbe water is also ring- oma of f torn Tayka-levee, wWcb rf way, and from Commarder Porter of the Grand ArmT of lUe KepubUc. Ga Apnl 21 Army men will read with interest the foHow- .ng general order issued by Commander David Porter, of the Grand Army of the Republic of ;he department of Georgia, for the of Decoration in the jurisdiction of the department Once more oar memorial day draws near atlav dedicated to the memory of tbe men who beld life cheap in the rapport ot free and who sacrificed it, cemcntmewillj their blood this union of states, thereby making ol tbem a free country [n name and in deed Upon toe comrades remaining, there is the duty of properly Honoring; resting plaoei ol these patriots, to show our appreciation of tbeir sacri- fices, their loyalty and devotion to coontrr to en force tneir example upon the mind and beart and to teaett tbe nenerations that enthusias- tic love of country which drew onr hundreds ol thousands from their usual avocations to tbe end that when tbe country again calls unon Its tlie response shall be as ready, and as hearty, a was ill 1S6I Tbe f onewlne asrienmentB are made Marietta M Mitchell Post, do l, assisted as far as practicable-by James K steadman Toit, bo t, and Blue Hidge Post, Ko 6 FlorenceXationai Bobert An- derfton- Post, 77o T Beaufort National Hunter Post, >o 9 Anrto-fxnrmte Kattonal 8 Post, No 6 of Macon, assisted UT as practicable by ail the posts of the department above men OK TO KAK8A8 CITT. Six Hoadred Dollars ftnbeeribed Any SoUciutloo. MACOS, Ga., Apnl 21 peo- ple ot Macon are determined to tend tbe Southern to Kansas City to contest m the great drift in June next A fond will be raised by popular subscription to defray the expenses of the trip It it intended that the Cadets shall go and return without a cent ot cost to the company Already over 8600 have been subscribed to Mr George C Price, tbe engineer of the move- ment. Messrs. Henry Home, Tom Troy, Leon- ard lUHeaCbal and B F. Lawton each sub- Other parties have snteeribed ST STjaaaes and wife, ad vib ud. otber ladles mat utuOimm  art of the ootton plant would be wed cotton p Jan hare bean bitter against luto bagging trust, that they have been sending. .heir cotton to market covered wi tli bnriapa iheetiug at a net loss of about a dollar a bate THK ttAVItiO Today the alliance men are jubilant B) the making of bagging of tbe cotton stalk it Ul estimated that about three million dollars put in the planters' pockets, and tbe gross ngs to the country are about three millHM dollars The stalks have been a nuisance the field, and much labor is required to them Now the planter will reciwve about dollars and a half per ton for de- ivered at the depots The annual cotton crap produces stalks enough to bale three yeaif? crops MH JACKSON'S WORK Mr Jackson has been working for tbe idea of discovering a fibre that for agging would compete with tlie jute This, by treatment in his machine he ered most appropriately m the stalk of the ton plant The stalk is ent and housed when mature It is run through corrugated rollen under heivy pressure, with an eccentric ichment Water is all the while carryfng'off the foul residue of gum, pulp and skin ug machines then prepare the yarn for weaving machine and Mr Jackson, keeping; iis labors a secret, w orked until he had a icient quantity and then Vrent north to >erimcnt on the looms at the baggrnjr "actor> of J C Todd in Patterson V J THT TKST MADK That gentleman assisted him and for days they worked Tho result is a roll of bagging tbat it puzzles experts to detect jute rolls One of the members exporting cotton house of Doughty Co, says it would not be pronounced othor than jute bagging by one man in hundreds It troven to be unmfinmnble Mr Todd, an ex- pert m bagging Bavsit is all the southern planter could desire in bagging The jute eyed askance tjie new candidate It shade darker, but will not stain cotton It runs about two and one-quarter pounds to ttm yard bit catt be mado 1 ghtcr Seteitattd eight jards arc required for a bale Mr Jack- son satUtted to trust to sentiment in giving his product to the market Only when lie demonstrated that he oout4 make bngging at seven and one- half cents a vard le'-s than whiett people loee money, wonld he gjo into enterprise This he can do He will Augusta hia general for offices and factones of the new though each state will have a factory, fibre scattered about to produce bale the crude material noAitn OF TRADK. Steps Taken to Put the UvMliieM of tlie on a First clans PWNAT, Ga 21 New- nan s board of trade haaguea a nouder- ful impetus to the huslncsT spirit of tlie city. The purpose of Is to foster Jgood fet- lowsiup and fair dealing to arbitrate disputes! to see that the of tbe cJty are defended at all and to increase wealth and influence of the city of Newiian. Tho officers of the board are J V Hunter, Eros dent P F Cuttnu first vice-president; D Cole Jr H C. Fisher, f-ecretarj J 8 Powell askiwtani aeo- retary Joseph T Kjrby treasurer The follow- ing named gentlemen were chosen of tbe advisory board D A Cole, Sr IX W. Freeman Y H Thompson I N Orr P F. Cuttmo, T G Farme-, Hubert McBnde. T. W Powell.l E Atkinson K H Hardawajr Bntldlng: lip "Walker County LAFATKTTK, Ga 21 It that the Chat taiior Soutljtrn Kailroad company is going to get up a Doom in Walker county On 1 wt Saturday the> paid off a part of the options taken by J umpUn Shattuck. their attorneys, paym? out that da> alone 577, besides a cons durable amount paid oat lieretoforc Tlie buildmR of the new road ia being pushed forward as rapidly as and the universal kindness witfi which t treat all parties along the line is making the managers many warm friends Kefnsod to Take Medicine. NASHVILLE, Apnl 21 {Special At 2 o clock tliis afternoon the remains of Mr. Anthony S Abbaj the oldest citizen of thfat connty, were interred at Mt Ollvett cemetery. Mr Abbay was Marrh 5, in mountains of Virginia while Ins family en route to Lexington, Ky where they wards lived His twin brother, Richard, died in Mississippi about fire years Abbay attributed his long life to a determined denial of the use ot medicine, not having taken dose of any kind for over fifty yearn, though of very delicate constitution all his life Captain Koft Sims MACON, Ga Apnl 21 (Special Sims been directed by tbe general to inspect tbe following white com- panies The Lewis Light Infantry Honte- zuma, Southern Rifles, GuardA, Columbus the following colored company Cotembos Vohznteers, Inspection must be made between Inspec and M TELEGRAPH BRE VII Bond oflenugs yesterday, all at mfor lour per cents and IWS Haifa Captain Coach, widely knnwn M tfceOakladoma at Ou tenlay afternoon death the of C Adama with a Wi.nhLOM rifle OB April 4 Tbe earpMiters of Chicago are stin on Ifrm John A AnoefBon jremtcrJmy natcd ffT from toe nttn coagroanoMr 
                            

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