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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia VOL. XXI. PA- THURAYMORNISG., PRICE FIVE CEISTS. STATES- BILL c.l Through in Order to Surelj Snccccil Randall. SltTEIt TV THE jet preiared II provides I, held iheir own elections uid neither mei iber is allowed eit house is to decide bj .ntitledtoit a lepublicaii ,11 cr- xmrotho next house and under 11 make it even e twciit} mijontv Tlte Jones Bill Takou I v and Several Amend- ments Offered. the seriate, Mr Gibson pvcsontcd a of the Mississip- mj-ixer improvement convention, lately neici in Vicksburg, and of the southcin piess assoc a- tion reeentl} m session in Charleston, C in favor of the levees} stem taud of the Eads 53 Auioiig the bills repor ed from committees and placed on the calendar were the follow- ing House bill to hi. the regular terms of circuit and district courts for southern ais trictof House regular opnropriUion bil s for tne armv and fi r tho nnhtaiy icaclcmx Mr Call introJuced a resolution au- thor zing the interstate cominorce commission to inv estimate cases of interference by railroad issums flee passes) with the election of I nited Stites senates ami mem- bers of eoujriovs lUfcried A bill for the transfer of the revenue marine soivice to the 11 ivx doimtmcnt was taken up bvavetceif .0 to-J bit it 1 o c'ock it w is disp under last rridiv s b} the senate bill the issue of 11 He, on tho deposit of silver bullion (the J ones bill having been re id in cxtonso, Mr Stewart lose and said I ask_ unanimous onsoiit th ,t the hill inst read sba11 le post oned until fuesilav and shall then bo ihmsheil bus ness at J o cloe'i. Mr He md not know he aid what irrangeii cuts had oeen made out- ido ot the h unber nor did bo caie His mUment via, that the silvei lull was the most bill on the cl.ndar that it k dispose 1 of md tint u hid been un Mr'blcYirt's're jucst was supported b} sev laliepubl em sen itois on the ,.r. und that Mr I m of Nevada vy'io as charge of the lit fiom tho cit} and desired tno TALK. THE MR HILLS MAKES A GREAT SPEECH In Keply to the Arsoments of the Repub- Stewart Also Ad- dresses tlie House. Ma} 7 ]-The debate on the McKinley tariff bill opened this-afternoon to an exceedingly poor house There was no more excitement or esfwci xl manifestation of interest than is show n vvlien an appropriation bill is called np for appropi onsideration The galleries weie most METHODISTS MEET Ilf XEGUZjlIt QVAHRES1S1AI, CO IS ST.I.OT7IS. to VO I ,vh- u. H of the republic u. part} tins ses f, sl s that thcv will nit hesitate at a h, to .etaiil IK Id a majeritx The com "urn ,Tve not reported a bill vet but U be v Ithi majority will favoi Hi Powell measures U FI-lU-ScT Wilt I.' Mr B milt of will suicoe 1 the H'e Sam Km Ull on tl o c At Ii i t nr. Mr tilouni J- but It iciou ru PS M bill is cst s obieotiou prevailed and. consul eriliiuof the silver bill was then proceeded Mr Sherman moved to amend the bill bj inserting as a new section, a pro-vision repea Stitutcstobo held as a special fund fcvr the occupants who have no place else to go 1 wer- about ninety members on the republican side and fifty on the den ocratic side of the main e, when Major McKmley maiched in anu an arranging a great pile of legal books ana nments on his desk He care'esslj glauced toward the galleries, and a look of ercast his countenance as he contemplated slimciowd theie for the opening ot the it tariff debate has attiacted not 5 the Washington.ans bat spectators trom liitunce When the debate on the Mills there as a great crush and scats lid not be procured for mrmonoj fore the debate Iwgan Mr Jilills, m Ucu ot Speaker C irhsle.w attcml
be rep it It is t ,e longest ev cr i le tente l t the he use rrTLRN, Thphmsl eon iniHe. sCiu s alii ti I iv e tl uati federal coi rt ofliei I'srctiiru-dto iv n of toircou ic Imci Ju lifci o villothc lonocix's oeotid assess r ind fc n out of nvo couiicilmcn In Ne i Mbaiij 11 democrats elected ml of six conn huin i gT n c f 01 c III nisi i til oo rtiu rcsiiHol ill se ict cnef oic i radical iltfforonee between MelCiu ev aiuf Mills was that tho f rmc tail c I of the intti ests of tho capitalist and omplover vlnle the Utter argued the casi c f the people Mr Mills icdui oil the pioblom to the compass of a nutshe 1 when 1 c that if piotio ion was a good then it o ttohc extended (r, ill incltheri she uld no fivciilsu ailifitdid extend to all as the republicans claimed then it lieu raided itself an 1 pie ..cctcd n one Tl e whole svstem was fc r tho em cb me nt e f me class- at tho expense e.f another ml the n publican part} coiifi mled tho pec pie with the McKiulpx bill and like i high w a} n bber toldtlii n to si i i I ind d( Hv e i Mr Mills vv is intciraptcd tune and agiln with most tumultuous ipp'aiise It w is the Rr Ilev Mr Fmisten of St Philips church in blameless nor have we to mourn niaiiy depai tares from rectitude and propriety of life among our members A close inspection and and more xigoious application of the discipline would perhaps, hav e biought to light offenses that have escaped publication and eensure.but it ma} be questioned if, m an} age or under any conditions, the church has cnio} cd greater freedom fiom the vices and sins that dishonor humanitv and exclude from the kingdom ot God As a vv hole Oio admimsr tiation lias boen faithful and vv e command ou- effective and suited to the conditions-mil needs of our widely ev tended terntor} Before lefeirmg specially to the institutions and enterprise-! of the church we should take note of its estimated foices and mciease m ide since the last goneial conference Four voais ijfo llieic wcie reported in the genoial minutes 4 40l> trav e'mg pieaehers of w Inch number bfw w ere effee iv e The repo, t of 1 ist j o u show, 4 of w 4 in are eilectiv o an incieasc of 4oO in the itinerant ranks The local mimslrj has mown in the sane penod from r. 141 to Wl an addition of T-00 ibeie weie ac to tho mi-mtes of 1SS5 11-0 (A3 mem a he laHt returns gave an in- cise of ISO S4 The whole number of n icbers and memluis at present is 111. UT ild ti. i t i tl e foice in I ho L. oi ii-1! ecnlcience duel [id tie I she ps to iiicluelo missions nson, of Atlalltl seeon .e motion in a w arm speech f onng the resolution Bishop Bci lew ith left the cbau and spoke their faor d that the} be passed Williams others made speeches favoring them mere was some objection to the resolutions on ac count of some technical phrase but w hen biouqht to a vote the} were passed b} a pract. qht t iinanimons v ote The meeting ad lourned to meet again at -i .ons on diocese and Bishop IJeckvv lib s RICHMOS.D, Va Maj 7 never witnessed or panic pated m such a scene as the ceremonies incident to the removal, this ei emng of the trucks containing the eques- trian statue of General Robert E Lee from the railway station to trie Allen plat, whera the statue is to be erected after S o clock i procession was formed, with a squad of police ni front, foJowed bv Chief M irshal Thomas A Brander and assistants mounted. Then came Lee Camp of Confederate "V etc- raus, under whose auspices the remov al vv as made, followed bj the old v eteran i off the asaociar-on WOMFS. C-HILDRFN DE VVV IT Immediately behind them i ame four trucks in single hie with men women ind children tugging at ropes The route of the which wa.s about one and a 1 alf ujiies -a length, was down Broad street to First, through I irst to Franklin, out Franklin la the point of destination Tho line of inarclc was litcrillv paeked with people fiom the starting point to tho finish while the cheering and wiving vi is con- tinuous Here and there grown people would drop out of hue and a rush would be made to fill iheir places Ihe bojs and some of thffl girls however, kent their olaces, ou the ropes to the end At Monroe park which was the best vantage grouud along the route of the were so ciowded with people ihev wen i tii- stantly treading -on each others heels they passed the ark there were live hiindreMl grown ladies and girls w hose fair hands lii'd the ropes Litt'e tots w ere "irneil out into tlia streets in their inothei a arms and their small hands placed on the ropes DIVIDING OeT THI ROFf When the destruction was reached tbcra was a scrambTe by the n for the lojics wh (h had been drawn and despite the efforts ot tl police the} succeeded in cutting them all tu pieces Hut for guaids of old v etcrans the box con- taining the statue wornd have shired the samo fate Al 1 the trucks weie Inndsomelv decor- ate 1 vviLb pictures of Geneial I ee andllig-i of southern stitos while hero an I there a tou- fcdeiate battle flaj floated to the THEBVLT.4KD SCHOOt o clock, whenthe new t missions w ere discussed THe I oss I os 01 i T lor suponor of duel Quebec M iv 7 The- tonights sossioii of trie Tu Igo comprom with him In re foi less of speaking oil monev than that. SFSVTOR ID1ICM5S D V.NGF TOtj ST IL.L A Teat deal of apprehension is felt 111 re Eird to Senate r Fdmunds who is ill at Ills residence m this cit} Ho has been great y debilltxtod latelv and on 1 ridij last mail, a trip to Bal in ore He returned in all IV Lusted con U ion and has gradually grown worse Vt his residence little can be leaned of his real condit on but his associi-tos in the senate have become greatly present stxte of Hank OHlccrs Aries-ted PHincripHix, Mi} 7 I ouis T Pfeiffer ish er fames L Duugan Assistant Cashier Joshua Pfeiffei and V lying lellei W H lltergeshamer, of the suspended Bank of Amer ca vvoio airested this afternerou shortl} before the s'oekho'dors meoling on tvyc, W B lie nuns vv h c niducted tho places tl o loss ot life bv }es i'crciav sVro Utvventx possiblv liftv and Or Duquot ivov eminent meilical iiispecte r thinks the loss will reach at least sivtv The coii- ot opinion is that it will not be I 1111 Olio hundred and per amount One hundred census 1-ss haps double that male l a. cuts weie ciuaitcitd last night m the stab es of tl e institution anil 100 females in thelaunlrv Ine loss is placed as high as M ,00000 iisuianco .00 010 m the Koval i f Loud in Dr Diieiuet asjci s that the suppcsiton is not e orrect th it all the men pitieuts wcie 'aved as some pel shell Vs th full details of the tongue Tointe xsv 1 un mo became know 11 the horror isiiitcnsi hoi It is know 11 bv the list report to the Quebec rovenunent that there were 1 ibO 111- lip eldofl iOO and this much IS cor i that 110 one will ev er know tho number of victims From collateral information it must be that there ire IV) dead It is now known Stew nt if (.eoigii made Hi bet si eoeli since he has be en in n ngiess It vv is care fulh prinnd as ail t to Major Mc'v.111 Ic} s It vv is will deliveicd and although then weie not man} present he wasliberall} il p audect egetati Till C- 1 HOST IN "I VTi npnl in Illi i settle lo< ke< la nilin m-ii} of the vv ird, w ere loe Ken aim ..i s w here the hrcmen did not beak in doors sid< and !Vliss badlj dunaeeil At M C irroll, Illinois the drought vv as broken 1 1 es a} but aheav} fiost later did more danng to gram and Iruit than the rain did beiicht he prospect fn flint was i ever poorer tha ow Vt SpnngtieM Illinois, vegetation vva overel with v white h >ai frost }ostoila lorning and gprdoii pnc I Infi imatioii fiom the countiv icpo to be v killing frost affei tmj: veget ibles possibly flints Iso indication lagvciiasto bother it has damaged winter wheat Ice was formed m this city Dispatches received from points in this state and Iowa show that frosts wore quite general nd room, full per shed miserably A Freight Conductor CIHRLOTTE Ii C Ma} 7 seph Poss freight conductor on the Line, was run ov ei and killed at t, 10 ,1ns morning, smothei the flames, but w as burned liim- sclf as a result of his effort Lotta strugg ed bravUj, but soon died Eyery piece of cloth Hn vv as in charge neai Spartanburg junction Hn vv as in cnarge nf the Atlanta fre ght duo lieio at U a m Ihe accident liappeiied while Hoss-n as walk- rug on the tops of fie cars superintending the shifting He dropw-d between the cars fall- I mK orossw iso on the rails His body v, as cut tn two The deceased was twcut} sii. vears old and uiiin irned The Norfolk ami Western's Election. I'. VSHKF Va May annual meet- in of the Norfolk and estern Railroad com- was held todax Tho following ofhi-ers tv tu re elected Kimball, of Vhiladel B buiated froni her bod} Tlie Singer Company a toss. N J, May the fire last the entire western front of the Si.ise bewii.g Machmo factoix on First stieet fou stones was gatted_by fre The name wort te th e nspecting and milling looms epartment was also destroyed dpartm therein ,1 i i ft sh< ps to iiicluclo missions i thell pHn of visitation and to give, them in nni n with the chinch at home immediate 'in'cluip'fmice witli tins Ch na an ml h iv, i h been v isited tw ice ml M.xieoiUinlal j lisult hive justihcil mrasuio In Chun oni Idest ml we UST cmisidci it our mi st mission wo 10 feu uant of men J u an oni latest mission has hi en so com ,aitv ml and has u in.hi so siuoossiullv that its mcmlcrs tcel 1111 eUid to isk tl it tl h< adnntt.d into the inalcoiifeienco The tnoroughness of 0111 i In inistl-lioii and the 1C is< us giv ell ill Iheir lion 01 al seem to us to justifv the petition we i commend that it be granted Hie minions n MCMCO ind I.iazil arc maKiiii; stead} 10'rcss Theboaulof missions chosen by the as bv thelidclitv pains ami practical wisdom wnh winch it his di ehirfecd its functions, pioved vvoid v i f th ATKtNS. The Ui.iven.ily Ha-ve a Live Dav stun ill the ATHKNS C. i Mav 7 sitv fieM dav w is a br lliant success an 1 hiilhlvcnHneci b} quite a large ciowd xvho wcYcpr sent V most tl oionjrh piogi-imne was piesented anil ev ervth ng wa, c ui 1 oi t insilcndidstjle is tno recoi 1 made "'T! hall, won by A O Tlasley second, 1! K Lamer 07 feet 11 inchos varelsdush won V W Gordon second, V E Dealing 0 i-' L ght weight wiestliiig, vv jn bv Ji Shackel o hundred and tvventx vai Is elash won bv B 1' Picket, second 1 1' lluvsell, Jr One mile 1 cxclo noe, won b} A O Hasley, 40, sceeiid Jesse toates 4 10 line st iniling broad jumps vvoiib} J E VA 1 eh he! 0 feet inches One hundred >arils dash, won b} Gordon 0 10 -.t second I'ic'ti tt Putting the shot, won bvJ R Cooper Jfif fCStandins broil jump won b} J E Wo'eUel, 0 feet 0 inc'ios wrestling, won by J R e race won bv vY W second, Stindiiigthi'Th jiimn vvonb} t Shackelford mile run won b} E P How ell, lump won by W W Gorlon Tr W II Ouartcrniaii second 3 feel finches back race vv oil by W H yuartermaii, C bar he H xlgsoii second Tug of wai law class vs college, vv on by marked L C L was caught bv Mr T I. oopei and tho second bicycle race between Mr W A Bishop and Mr Jesse Coateswaswoii by Mr Coates The Athens band discoursed fine music foi the occasion and their was complimented oil all sides_____ THE SHtFFIBIU A VroUabilify Tliat It V. ill not Close gentlemen are 11- in the Billard school, with the view to pre eiiting U.e close of what ought to be one of the leading educational 111- stitutu us of the south As Mi- Ciatlemaii has stated, he and tlio vpntlcnien who tile with him in tha purchase of the sch iol pi i] crt} are anxious t.iat the build ng be used for school pin tint this excellent ins'i'u- non a'lowed to close Thev have f number of offo i from pe
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