Atlanta Constitution, May 9, 1890

Atlanta Constitution

May 09, 1890

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Issue date: Friday, May 9, 1890

Pages available: 12

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia ATLANTA, GA, PRICfi CEN TS. WILL STICK COM- THE CHAIR Him In Mav The re- ctiinnttce meetson Monday dav- tlrere has been much uav from the chair ver to-'av that It was at one his m A3JOTBCEK INSANE ASYL.ITM BUKVED Eleven of Hie Patients Perish In tlie Flames Origin of the NORWICH N Y Maj 8 Chenango countj poor-house aud insane nsvlun, located at Preston, sit miles west hc'e, v cio entire- ly Consumed last night The fire was discov ered about 11 o clock in the north wuy of the pocr-house building where tl o u'lots THEY MUST HOT DANCE, TELLIM THEM TRUTH SHOUTS MBIT ESCOVJ1- A.GE THE TSCA.1EE. kept There were no provision for extinguish made osamst the trio of ing tlie flames The keepers and neighbors gave vheir attent on to Retting out tl e li) paupers and insane and. lit tl e building burn These were all rescued but e ov 011 idiots a-e missing Six bodies can be scon slowly burn ing The other fiv e are supposed to he cov trod up The poor house building was tluee stor es high and built of wood Tho insane as-limi was a'so a woonen build irg two stories high an 1 oiih separate 1 from the poor house bv adrive-waj Tue pun erU was estimated to be w orth 000 -11 d i, insured for Tie I. mv orsalist and liapt churches havebeen opened for the rccci tl >n ol tl c unfortunates The siipountoiideiit of o. "Mr Bnbcock of bout'i New Berlin h is ustleft tor the scene of tin d sislcr Iho origin of the fire is, own esti' lij aftii woman was in a department LAYMEN TRYING THE CLERGY Two In the Southern Bletbod st Confeience-WorSdunesa Sevorely Denounced. which will undoiihtedlj give the denio in advantage. 111 tl e next campaign 'SdeSwHl tl, it sciiat. r Georee of Mis- vvho is a member f the senate agri- committee is preparing a report -he Fur n r, Ulianco sub-treasury env or to show that it whichhe will eiulenv or to show that i toft unconstit it, nil anl impractuaWe it t eem ta have been de 5 vet Us the co ttee whether thiv wil d er-oh orvvilUimplj smother ould tbecome a 'aw Ar t emocn l mGer totho itlon tl nthe country should them set lire to the TE TEN Ten pc-soiib, all fciinle uliots were burned death in the tlunug. poor he UM to fire and burned t bodv of tl e deatli vcstcrlav vv mir with the ide.ts ere Ti ,s ST Louis Mo May 8 -In the southern Methodist general conference to- daj there v ery able and interesting dis- cussions of two great questions WOILDLY Tho of worldly amusements was bi ought be fure the bodj by a resolution, mtro d ecu In 1 jv T J Tennessee The on strongh condemned the attendance upon theaters, and the participating in the cm dance bv members ot the church Ihere weie also several condemnations.oflthose mi inters who do not enforce the discipline of the church against offenders m this line Di Morribon, of Atlanta, made a strong speech in favor of the passage of the resolu tion He said his church in Atlanta Ga was remarkably free from members who in in worldly amusements Dr Tohn Edwards of Virginia mad and impressive speech e resolution, in the "u, Inch he "said that he did nothav iec totlie meant choi goods competition in chea Tho report of tlie book committee to tue competition in chea coiifeience n the operations of the publishing fabor inpant cne ip flesh and blood coraneti he maiket, may compel them to nay Mr Flower summed up his opinion of the bill by reciting a legend that was penned to the corpse St the victim of Judge nieal, mtn" JSt um.11 tlie tiou'of members of the wajs with. the com- ioittee rose, aud the bouse, at 3 30, toot a re- cess until 8 IN THE PjRBbHSENT'S HA2TOS. The Worsted BUI Passes tlie Senate-Otber Business Maj 8-On the Mouse bill -providing for the wonted clotbs, as was taken up :for con sideraton The Ijill TOB Oiacussed until 2 o ctock, Messrs Morr.ll. Aldricb and HiscoCk ad.ocatmg its passage and Messrs Gray and Faulkner 2o UocfctheBilver bill camenpa3nnflnisHed business nroposittona were maue on o- ness and finally it was agreed by unanimous consent that the silver bill should go over t, 11 fer COLUMEIA, 3 C May 8 developments in the Ijeaphart murder case to- day are startling, and the situation is one terly new in this state The affidavit and letters that were filed in the governor's office, and upon wlncU he re- spited Wilbe have been practically proved to be forgeries It was charged yesterday that they xrere not genuine, but tlie proof was submitted today, and is generally accepted Tore whom W 3 Milloc having made the tt makes oath that he never saw the document, although the signature 13 perfect Miss Rosa Cannon swears that ce wrote to her mother, and her mother confirms that statement It Is evident that her letters were aa there is no resemblance between the hand- writing of Miss Cannon aud that of the letters. Charley Cannon, whose was alaa hied with the governor in favor of Leaphart, denies having ever seen the document LBUNOTOS OEHATLY BXCITED Lexington ts in a great state of excite- ment -W J. Miller, the maker ot the affidavit, has been arrested on the charge of forgery aud perjury Miller is a deputy United States marshal Ha aas applied to the governor for protection, fearing that he would be lynched The gov- ernor being assured that there was no danger, declined to take any action Miller has ap- plied to United States Coromibstoner Baiiskett. of this city, who has been making efforts to do something for his deputj Miller today swora that he was drunk, to sign tha affidavit, and knew nothing of it He throws all responsibility on J T Graham, the lawyer for Leaphart, also a recent member of legislature, and at present probate judge of the court of Lexington PLOT DESPE'NS The plot deepened later in the day hen F C. Caughman, who liad openly acknowledged hav- ing beenin the lynching party, made aBjdavife charging Lawyer Graham witn forgery and per jury Caughman came to this city aud had Graham arrested He was taken to Lexing- ton this evening While Caughman was in Columbia arresting Judge Graham, a warranfi was sworn aut in Lexington cluirging CaugU- man with murder Attorney-general Eira yesterday determined to go beyond the usual forms, and push the matter against thosa lyueuera who had been identified, and whom the coroner B jury refused to recognize as hav mg taken part For tlus purpose, General Earle went to Lexington today himself and, after examining several witnesses, swore QUO warrants against T C Caughman, Kichard Wooks and Pearce Taylor, charging them with the murder of AViUie Leaphart. They were arrested tonight shall humty of the episcopate This geneial con mty of te episcopa tiou has received a colored clergyman of of its members a" lioubeafsaslmllo Tenn contains the lollow "'on t! o "1st bor was cheai er still [Ap- 1 j 1OT Speaker Hoed dul not announce the appoint- ment of Mr Bioui t to succeed tlio lite Mr Bantlall oil tl e ecu mittee of rules today It is now quite cert i 11 that he is waiting the notion of tbe Kent icky legislature in electing a successor to the !i e Senator Beck In the event that Mr CaUibie is chosen then tliere all round clnnge HoweYei, if Mr Carlisle does rot secare the election then Mr Blount's appointment will he announced Should Mr Carlisle go to the senate there a great come over the Vn a very majontj The seeders were not m the con mention although thej were repiosented b> the amount of fcSOOOOOO The labor cost was tweiit> two per cent the present duty was sixtj-eight per cent 1 ho committee propose to mau.0 it 111 per ceut protection with inci dental revenue it was protection with accidental revenue for it would be an accident if an-v goods came in at all He proposed to Tlw nefisfoi, appropriation bill (appropriating foriext nsS vSfSO 0 1 Tl) then tjken "P. ss Mierman and hheniian ant ,s discussion As tUe vote Ma nominated George 1 Appointments 8 -The president today fcteele of Indiana to be agreed upon two years ago It is thought 1 the w ill returnjo the church STATISTICS OK IBOt. Tlie Production "l.B8t Year Exceeds that of Any Previous Year. PHILACELPHIA Mivy statistical re port of the Ameucau Iron and roii and steel manufacturers on both] sides of the Atlantic and that the worlds pro- dtiction of onaiiu temperance OU> G MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIOH Nomination of tUe Executive Committee- Atlanta Represented NASHVILLE Tenn May 8