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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               11 VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GAM MAY 14, 189O.-T_ PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. BUTTERWORTH BREAKS OVER THE PARTY LINE DENOUMLS MiKlMhY S BILL His Excor ition of the Inegulari tit-, ot the lanff PROPOSED IT The Democrats Jubilant Over the Discomfiture of the Boss M.j 1 [Specul Icpie lltl but vv Inn lo fit. s llxl For an l .ur 1 e 11 le 1 MeHinlej and 11 the vvavb and mei vt ipt liuse from tl hcanb It v the rcpub i ab.o utelj l uiilul to witness .it ilers if the anl rcpubliean in the most intelligent tho freest and ablest peo- p'e on earth then wo had better retire from the field [Democratic applause Mr rultervvorth then proceeded to expound his viovvb KH chmg a rocinrotlty with Cimaita lie said tl at vv e vv ere endeav onug to cultiv ate relations with 50 OWOOO peopie to the smith ward and yc. wire afraid ot Canada Abra- ham Lmco n and Mvses 6 Grant were bot suspected of 'i ck of patriotism yol tliey la- vi led renprocitv Tl ere weio son e things the bill lit did IK t like He had knovin.of in ti.strv th it 1 -d botu ab e to 000 l.v leu Is on a e n UI of SI 000 Protec 011 iv bj the ceurtry cou'd, in such costs be tei afor 1 to keep these men in the i- ith Vvens hotel and iaj then boaid and cvnen c anl si t them up in t.io banking busi 1 lie ia n 1 rojier protection In t the e im.hiUlth w t s Hind on the tl ft llotuioi comi when some liUIo c i com si mi d be shown to American homes 11 firesides ilio uoa b Iv of l np'ojes in tins cou Hi; vi is foe 11 nl 11 some ti tor e.tu ti o evst 1 i own on tin losters bv mim bo-s b if th  ng too m. cii n imlustrv Siic'i w M the cabO with tn 11 o lutj vvou 1 bo a tax oil ejeiy n every c in of xxis in it I on dollais be mid de el lit l div i e i 1( vv not la-lieiiatt i.u eh in the deliberate Iff vv as quite ULLIANCE LEADERS VIEWS UPON THE SUB TREASURY BILL The Fears of Some Timid Politi- cians in Congress That the ALLIANCE MAY THROW THEM But the Alliance Is Able to Take Care of Itself ost n ref ct i svs I 1 A fi i re I i tixwiul'li nut to hftj tiu the nimuficturcrsof tin pale coud the print copies was referred to cdmrnmitteoon printing Messra Davis, Sawyer and Blodgett were appointed conferees on part of the senate Tho senate at 1 p m, resumed consideration of -the silver bill, and Mr Jones, of Nevada, included the speech bogun by Inn) yesterday "I predict, Mr he said, "that the restoration of silver to its birthright will marie an-epoch in the history of this republic It wOl place incnculation on amount of monov commensurate with our increasing population It will give assurance to our languishing in dustnes that the volume of our circulating.me- dium is not to continue shrinking and that me tendency of prices shall no longer be down ward. It will increase the w ages of and the pncesof the prouuets of labor It will re dace the price of bonds and other forms of money futures It will 1 ghten but not ineq uitably the balden of mortgages iti will in crease large y, though not unjustly, VVIIL VOT FOLLOW BLIVDI.T Bnttenv.rth t Id them to is tuicth tl at 1 e did not propo e to f .How in the waKof a couu.itteeappi mted with one in- m Me v He, vv ...ted every mdustrv to have aclnrntld and Uurshovv and fivei itism sly t( sud he si akmg his muron iiioiblv at MtKmlej that the pev phTui Itr wbv Paul is favored and Pctei isturnol down Mv position is cpp. to enrich.. S one clo-ss a. the eTpense of another and hoc nun led em] 1 itic-lly I ha I rat! or my position on this Boor tl an recede fr u it JI WITH STATISTICS Mr Butttrvv ortb tl arged the rejmbl can mt n hers of tl e vvnjs an 1 committee with ing ghng tir ft s atist cs anl with having bioken ther llcUes to reduee the tiu.ft and be vvarue 1 t-1 in that they w ere s'an ling in their oivn ht He attacked the duties vv Inch Its ten 1 tU o i er trust and those ties i, td t, b i 11 m the tin pla e trus. and m concluding ut e c 1 the e significant words I am f r a jrotcttive taiiff but red i o tl o i i iua tics not bmld inot u 11 1 THE K-KPtBLIeANS DiZED When be 1 id conclude I tl e rt i iblicans sat d i7t 1 an 1 btumied while he l rocc.e led to the c'oaknem to receive the cm gratulations of A mocrats vvlo crowded about him Maji i Buttervv orth si cech has caused a panic the rep ibh anb________ E B P of'tl.eV nsoht.cifle. He was quite a, iea.tv t "i) H a b ,1101111 crititfrendsv.ircnn-ao..s to "i t ud of bun "ben they gemnuu.dtred him nt He vv as aheadj out before tl.vry took After br'ef speeches bv Mr H-tcb, of Mis sour, md Mr 'umgley ot Maine, Mr Me M Ibnsain nclment was rejected Mr vv rotecte T'lii bis own business not bj ueiitoiilv but ilsobja dity ot forty r cent t. i ek to cut down the protection on mother artiele VV IM llvFIl IKOTErlKD Air Olirrill of road a list of ,vl at he sin- td out as txce-sivo duties stios d.tj onrcadj made c "tlniig !li he lull was ill tlio intoest ol I osQ uU i OinVrilNv aiiau aker tiekle me ,nd I will tickle ion loa legislate in niv r.vonnl I will pot nn campaign w is tie in UK i. it., am many of these Mr auendment wo mn t them uj ,cntl "rJi thin Mt l nt rest fl fail amend dutj 01. ohv o ol I om fuftv cents a-Hon lit a iv i ,f the. live tin lustrj the i ohv o ml Ho vv is i good lei i IKOTt tTfcl. TOO DIr I lltte tru orth Tliml s tho lle Oveidoinsr tlie Tinner -ON Mav U-Iho louo after lei i Z some rout i o busme s went m o tl e whole Mi I 15 on of Illmo s "o bill Mr M.vllm of Temics sci, in vtlti le luce the dutj oil ammonia He W n why this arutie of ne tessilj u the farmers si ould be io lieavilj Mr of Ohio opposed the amend mcnt ai d stated tint since tlie tarift hail en couri e 1 c m.etitioii 111 tins couiitrv the price of a i Til i i bad been reduce 1 from twenty to scvoi an 1 a 1 all cents I er pound 1 LTTEl WORTH SPixAKS Mr L-utterworth of Ohio, suggested that ivl le he knew nothing of the case under con siderat u tl o price of an article was not it ducolon "ccoiint of competition alone It nt of improvel methoils of manufacture So f ir as he was cap b o oE iilerstand the tinll ASHINOTO Kay 1> en ativcs of tho Finners illiance from man> pir s of the cou itry aie here right now to be luarl before the house ways and means com im.toc on thesubjec' of the bill tOIKNKt Witt TMK The time given them by the committee tins moimii'vvasso short that Maccuue did not hnibh bis piepared sneech To- i-.ern.vv lovvovtr a hearing will lie nan tl and Colonel I ivu Bston of Georgia will be heai 1 The presence of all these men hi rt b is ejv en rise lo nine i political discussion However Colonel ings on and mleel all the alliance loaders say that the alliance is bolelj outside of politics THK SITUATION IN OKORCIA Spc ikm0 of t m I o it eal situation in a Georgian said toda> I underbtand that there is a movement on foot in Georgia to bring out alliance candidate against nearly the fleor-ia. concres-men I do not believe all the taudidates have yet been chosen, but here are some who are now men tontd as alliance candidates pure and simple, nicu who vvi'l have the support of the alliance an 1 n en whom tho> expei t to eloct Mr Grimes Henr> R Harnswill Tirnbablj be the alliance candidate It looks like W L Peek or Colonel L.v 11 will come out against Judge Stewart Then Bob Nisb t of Macoii, is going to cross svv rdswithlVIr Blouiit Corpnt is training to down Mr Il laiicemen c aim that Tom has pra ticillj won the race in the tenLh over Judge Barnes 11 en Smith they saj will float groccfullj in the rare in be eighth anil w in hands dovv n ov er all tl e c -iididates w ho are now after the seat wb eh Mr Carlton leavesvvith thoeMiia tion of tl congress In Hie ninth 1 understand 'vt- inn of Gvvm nott will be al ban com an Fulgo Crisp Mi 1 inner and Co'oncl T eotcr seem from aii> organized opposition on the l irt f the alhai c. i his is onlymjopim i of tl e ituitioi led the Geornan I do not vouch f i Its eoirectness but U dee In k th s vvav to all of us THK 11 RSKI.T vrES The ab vo multbe collect anl might mt However 03 it Georgia has instrument ct ityill replace stagnat.oii vvlll movement will sup] lant inertia iitdifeu confidence will dispel doubt hope iO SHTienado lifti up! of ill cr to its nglittnl place by the s de of goW will etrm motion all the latent energies of the peo ila It will InnibU inxoluntary idleness, bj mttilige-verysiUllig man to viork It wil ,MVO business and reanimate heart and I1UH3 J1UULU3 Vi -J---D vaults, will come out to b'ess and enrich ali their owners and the community at larg while millions of dollar- now invested at lo while mi interest SOUTHERN BAPTISTS WILL MEXT CONVENE N BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA The Report on the Various Mission Fields >HOWS GREAT PROGRESS More Legislation in Regard TO the Kind Words Series. irge low securities moie "prohtabie investment the busy field of industrj where the will be in the of wage and the coiibequent dis. emulation ofcomloi and hippmess among the Pjople this i will accomplish not for the United State alone but for civilisation For it is not too much tosay, Mr President, that upon th decision of this question depend consequence more momentous than upon that of any othe question of public policy within the memory 2f this question In a broader sense than an other question atti acting the general attentio of mankind, is the question of civilisation I embodies the hopes and aspirations of on race An act of congress which shall happl solv e it will constitute a deciee of emancipa- tion as veritable as any that ever freed serf f coin thraldom but mo-e universal in its an plicat on It will proclaim tlio freedom of the white race the world over it will "ft the bcnvcd head Of 1 ibor it will hush threnody of toil It will inaugurate true renaissance re naissanct of prosperitj v ithout which indus- try, learning science literature and alt are but apples of SOdom Mr rones concluded his speech at 3 ]j iii" occupied in all five and a quarter hours Sir Jones of Aikansas, next addiessed the senate in cilticism of the pending bill The bilver question, ho said, was one of trie greatest impi rtaiice Its magnitude could be Scarcely ovei estimated yet just now, its importance came from political con Siderat ons Tho full of silver would nitnralh pro luce two results It woiid increase the value of siK er bullion and would -really increase the i ohuno of money and of Commodities aud result ill the general revival The mere Increase of the buHion then it now stands ith A 000 1 FKL OHHCS and Four Two Depots Tl.r.o ireh, Cars r tl.e I I niLU HIHH Ttm Maj [bpccial VII of the I Clio r Manufacturin eogi >od delegation No s'ati deletion stands higher and it has been the exper eiice M all states that when once a good delegation selected it is best to hold on to it E W B FORT WOETH, Texas, May 13 Last night's session was a general mass-meet- ng, devoted to the discnssion of fore gn mis sioiis and the best methods to promote the work A telegram of fraternal greeting was read from the Methodist general conference in St Louis, and Dr Campbell of Denver Col was introduced to the convention and made a happy speech referring to the commercial re- lations recently estab ished between Colorado and Texas The convention opened this morning sing ing' How 1 irm a lollowed by Bm-Jestoii The report of the committee recommended Birmingham as the place of next meeting, and the time, the first Saturday before the stcond Monday m May wh'ch was adopted Itev Carter H Jones, of Knoxville who read the report on "1'apal addressed  ulu u, to advocate the passase of the bill to b 0 sllver alld there would not bo one rcate sub ticasnnes in different parts of the r colnod Tho net result woild be a S s cannot eston atod but it IS osoil it w ill not be less tl an 000 fully M I.urdett treasurer ot the l.enoir Manufic-turmg conn any had just gone to v ille oil the lutrnuig of the tire to re dome be h 11 tried to nil questie and he never doubted that the protec Eve system w as vv humane and beneficial and had uvv eie 1 blessings on o ir 1 md from shore to shoit If tbeie ib any dai scr to the pro- tect ve sjstcui it was us oscillation betvveeii tlie cxtreuo if froptride on one baud and en tlic other 110 e-ctiome wrich created an cquabtv in o Vml ne a s thembclve's co mt j u the tlcetion 01 Harr bon reimbl in c IITCSS had dccl utd unequl cal v in f i er of s istaimiig md upholding the pro ect vc svstc n lie conflict in not beer rl o lu o rates but betv, ten ecoi omlc policies Tl o democratic policy was wel liimvi It i, tl al the tariff should be lev ic se cf agriculturalists n any state of the I i ited btatos [A pplause on uemo- cratu side niiv and they are now mjme MIC! i r i.arinc, to bmld a large city withUij maiiufactoiies feo tbe town will soon bo i built and willjnaniel Lenoir City TAKIHI US SPFAK Macuae Before the Wajs and Means Committee WASHINGTON May delegation tho I armors alliance appealed be foie tl e vvajs and means committee this morn HIT to sub ticasnnes in couiitij for the reception of staple crops pro- duce 1 bv firmers The spokesman was Dr C W Micuiio chairman of the legislative committee of the alliance, and editor of the Ixational Economist a paper devoted to the objects of the orgamration Iho others i resent were Alouzo Warden, of "South Dakota Beniannn jteirell of Texai national lecturer L F I iv ingstoii president Georgia state alliance K M Humphrey gen eral suy enntendent colored alliance aud J J Uogers of the irgm a state alliance In addition there w as present a number of of congress principally from the southdin states DK MACUNF S ADRRFBS Dr Macune beuan his address by describ- of business AUC u.tm value of silver was of 110 inteicst to anybody except mine owners The public would re ctivo no benefit from it an] carod noth ng about it Yet t a was the purpose of the pondnif S 11 Its only other mupose w as tho absolute lemonetization of silver Tlie purchase o four anl Ont half millions wortii of silver per nth would consume the vv orld s surplus o silver If so bullim would rise rapidly n v aluo aftoi tho passage of the act and migh s on rcich a ptrnt at which the srovemmen woull under the operation of the law here quire 1 to susnend its purchase What then vv oiild be the c nditioii' Silver bullion would remun at that pi ice Ix cause the moment it fell i shade below one dol'ar toi grains ol pure silver the gov eminent bocaiue a mirelaser and the pr ce went up remained up the government t >uld pubhbhoi-s were the property of the Southern Baptist coiiv eiition 1 be v oto ille 2% Raleigh JO The report of the committee w as recom mitted back for the puri ose of suggest ng new names on account of change of the head mar tere of the comTnrttee. Mr Hartfleld introduced a resolution against gambling He said that the charter of the Ixmisiaua State lottery would soon cxp re and tho convention would give its ripral >gro s Tomin .Uier s Wife S C Maj U shooting affrav took place at Birksd lie S C on the Greenville and I aurens railroad, on Sunday afternoon last in w Inch a named Harry bhell was killed bv bis half brother. Charlie Shell As the train f'-om this placo stopped at the station at Barksdalo Harry Shell and his brother s wife got off and as they to the ground Charlie Shell struct Harry with a stick Harrv v, ent back in the train aid returned in a few seconds with thirty eight calibre pistol, with which ha opened fire on his brother who returned it. both firing until their pistols were emptieiU Charlie then ran down the railroad a short distance pursued by his brother for about tvventy-fiv e yards, when his brother fell Sev- eral spectators went to him but on their ar- rival found him dead Charlie then attempted to ebtape but was pursued captured and taken to the mil in Laurens Thodifflculty waa caused bv Harry Shells fondness for his brother's wife who was with him was struck_______________ DEATH OF MllS GlLMtK An Aged Lady with n Wide ItelationsMp Passes Away I AFATKTTE Ala May 1! of the few connecting links that united this ith, ante-bellum davswos severed ou Frid ly night. widow of tbe late Hon B S Gilmer departt 1 tins life at her liome "m this, city on 1 ridaj She died v erj suddenly She badmanv fiiends and relatives res ding m every state from to Texas She aid her honored In sband were natives ot E bert countv frforg a It is claimed that she was nmetj live jcars of age She and her hisbanrt wen- noted known and esteemed thr iuuhout Alabama for the r mam noble anil unselfish beiK-fict ons Hci remains woro tal on to Montgamon for mrial_ A Newspaper 8 Kifflits PAUL Minn May U libel suit ST tor OTO brought by Attorney Knett'er of Mini eapohs ajrainst the Pi ineer Pret" was tbiown out of court by Judge. Hicks., m Minneapolis this moriiuig Albert The groat ncrease in value of silver bullion as a 11 inodity simply but its demonetiyation J J price reached a point at w bich the goveiun tilt ccasi d to be a purchaser Th s was an abso lute necessity vv htn tbo purpose w as to destroy silver as money Those wlio would >otefor tbe bill as it stood certainly intended the demonetisation of silver and as well av ovv it -YV bile strik ng the fatal blow at the of a great body of people, tbej 111 od only to benefit the sellers of silv er bnl the convention It is said tbej will put ou ail entile state ticket TH15. BSJ THODISTS H.JS Heart ill His KIEllt Side BIRMIN.IHVM AU Mav 1-I the circuit enurt t d i-v T r Davis was j The deliberate interc1 ifnli increasing its [rice The deliuerare purpose to disci edit silvei treasmy notes, by refusing to make them legal tender, suggests further that tho real purpose had in view b> tbe lepubhcan party v-as that winch he liad Ho was in favor of (lie issue of Iho session to close in Tune has boon the most successful one since the school wab estab- lished Thirty five-soung men are preparing foi the mmibtb.and there are -M i mils, all toi i in this school George W F Pnco president of IvaUivil! college for joung ladies made a report Tbe college continues in the same hue of prosper ity afT heretofore The committee on episcopacj reported tnat it ha 1 examined the of the college Two of Her Crow Urowned-Suffo.mg of tlie Survivors MOEILF May n-Tho Appalachicola limes of tie 10th tells ot the loss of tbe sdiooncr Mary Ellen winch sailed from Mo b e ?oi Bonaccya on April 20th The follow ,ng Saturlai Mav td a terrible squall capsi7td tbe vessel instantls aiidtwooutof niueof the crew below at the time w ore diowned Tbe captain and three of the crew managed to got into a 5 awl beat and hoist a p ece of sat) They ran befoie tbe wind 150 miles and having no food ,r vv tor their sufferings became intense n the lav thev sighted a bng but it tlie u v _ __ until when the sea subsided So 11 e 'it" lighthouse the slLe afternoon where they first tasted of 1 lumber and general merchandise Mr Mcpherson asked Mr Tones whether he sorted broadly and boldly that with the free pron uuced it tbe most remark iblt case on record They bay he is the only man living with heart on tberigl t side_of tho body Professor Tiimlliihon 1AFIOT1K C May 1 J I Tomlmson supeniiotlident of the groxlei schools for Greensboro is dead He had con- sumption been i i nor boil .h time but it was not tha. his death, would be soear.y The committee on Sunday schools recom- mended non concurrence in the memorial ask in" that churches separately be allowed to name a day for ch Idrc i b day The committee on commissions rocom mended non-concurrence in the memorial for the ordination of deaconesses A resolution wad introduced asking that a. plan be devi ed for reaching the po itr 1 ibor Ing classes m the large wub religious in St Several strong ant, liquor traffic resolutions werenitroduced and refer ed.ard a resolut on to lange the basis of representation ir al conference from one in thirty to, distuibedby the applause on Ho was exceedingly gratpful Tho Traiu teft tho Tiael 53__The now bt Loui3, At the sfLouis conve itioi, a 000 000 farmers I coined 'Sfythmfmore had been represented ana they had pioposed do 3Q day The bill tbe rcmeds set out in tho bill as the first step then went over tlli tomorrovv The executive m tbe direction If it was rudely framed Ses3ion adjourned and the mca indistinctlv expressed they relied oaOoolc for Bice. upon the wisiloi i of the committee to giv e it Talmage'8 Sons, the proper form but> .hey believed they had "n" favors aud noclass instant, respecting theoutlookfor nee 'The islation They were now suffering from count of stock m nulls and ware houses on the lattei They did not ask the enactmerit of lst mgtant, together with a careful estimate of any unconstitutional measure, but as a great thecropTotto be received, showed that the debtor class, as men w bo on lMBjd more than half that at-the equal date last year On hand ill the gene 'our to one in e Amei-can Bible society, made an address to the conference After a one: discussion It was decided U> pnnt parts of he ritual in the hymn books The convention adjourned Tlio New EsploBive CKasos DeOth. IV j j _A quantity of bahstite, the today at a factory for He w as Tot the other side that they begar to realize in any sense that new Our countrymen deserved protection we had protected equally, and lifted ..r UUBUKI; ?U our industries, and the askrd that tho conditioB3 SevVere vhen tho money was borrowed Thev asked justice, pure and simple T'vo ctmmiuee adjourned at this point, and 0r Slicune will continue his argument to- morrow ____ THK FREE COINAGE OF SILVfeB Takes the Time ond Attention of the Senate lesterday WASHII'GTO''! May the senate Mr Davis from the committee on pensions, re- norted back the house substitute for the senate dependent pension bill, with a written report, and moved that the house substitute be non concurred m and a conference asked Agreed to Mr Sherman remarked that the report just presented wai a very important public docu ment containing information desired by peo- .11 flver theAMJUtttry, nS to the Cost of van- r there was a large slock ol Japan in this market, and heavy shipments were on the way shortened marketa throughout the world have already advanced, and as joonas the scarcity is realized, there will be a further appreciation of values with no reaction unti the incoming of the new crop -The Sun'B Cotton Review NEWYOBK, May 13 opened a lit- tle weak and uncertain, and remained so unti the final report from Liverpool, when stronge figures from that market and an improve state of trade m Manchester gave tbe marke a Httle boom, which was well maintained a the close Buying for this crop was marnl for July, which bronght twelve cents, whil tna. n tOUaY Ittwuwi 7 hat Sd miuiltionaat "P ivJwn VTU could not hold  ear LaFayi tto Ala Maj H-Special Tncker Brooks Co s largo barn vlthtbrwt colls two mules aul l.rge quaut.tics of corn and fodler on their plantation near town, wore dcstiojed by fire ou Saturday ui, Evanselism In 1 nail nallieil dead named hf still re- it THE VOTK. From A Bad Report from J nil" ZA-.EIBAR, May U -Emm Pisha s German, on started into the interior on Apnl has only reached a distance of about iat 133 voted fe_ nst'revis.on andsix havedechned to vote it of tho presbjtenes not heard from are Two thousand three hundred and ministers and elders have voted .vision, and ministers and elders ,ave v oted for revision Twenty-seven of the cast a unanimous JSSSSf fifteen for revision T.e latest TELEGRAPH BRTVITIES A battle has occurred of covrboj "n lattk. river, Oklahoma iMterdav all accepted lor four _.. err years atd the, itEcu TTi-ide tlie h-rtiso y o California A Bte BAM51CH, N C May 13 ]-Num- bers of delegates to the meeting of the general assembly Presbyterian church, which bSSfit Ashville day after ar- moderator, y moaerawc I dfscassion in tne t-nTHbr 'written by Congresa- of a Mississippi paw Soisby'agaas. SPAPLRl Aee ieatnjS ot the taWx-active lor   

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