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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GBOSVEOB IS MAD vjeaoiJ.tr ArwsTH AN EXCITING SCENE IN THE HOUSE Duty on Chimneys Bilncs Out a lurloi.i Statement-4n lowan Jumps tlie Track. ASHIM-TON, M >y 10 j-There almost a not in tho house this afte-moon amos a scene VMS the wildest that has been sid simo the memorable debate on Seed s The tIl-.Clls.s .lauso of the tariff bill was under protect them, but the committee had no data ou the subject fr Mr McMillm argued that the proposed duty would amount to 111. per cent ad valorem Mr Heard, of Missouri, proposition to create a new niaKe it profitable to manufacture an article wlucn certain persons asserted come in at a too low rate What was the use ol a protective tariff. if it was to end in Increasing tho cost of goods toMre from a PiUsburg news- paper a statement that the Butterworth speech had created consternation among the pio- tectiomsts, and that the tin plate association had urged its members to hasten to Washiug- MILLS OFF Z-ar OPPOSITION TO THE VKY IDEA. had urged t0 t0Mr Rogers of Arkansas, said lie had bee about to suggest that the committee of th din whole nso .md Mr M pie of tariff vis a running debate which soon 'e 1 int) a discussion of Iowa politics Ml VIV11SMK HVs 1111 FLOOR f in stale 1 that the poo- about the feet wa'in ui [ni hiUcaiiied somcth iig about the 1 nere ni ullv jo HUM democratic w n m the reeo it election ri i udi it. 1 the republicans Th s ii di n iti n f everj Iowa ropubli- tl J floor ml a hull tt em jumped to their lenul but tie M ssourian was inli i turned to t ilk The demo- ilwilllv v hilo the ni ihliia.ns ml lie low a men i re all once while Minsutr, un it 11 1 in his tinnpt like voi o I in iciiibhcuis Excitement gest that te commi e nso .md limit the debate on the pending anendmcnt.bntnow ho saw that as the mirposc to continue to discuss the gl iss belie lulo all dav in to give the 1'ittsbnrg mm time to ret to Wi-hiiuton Mr Hinile" on, of Iowa offered as a siibsti A SPIRITED PUBLIC LETTER, In Which me rotet to Wade TUat If tUeSub. Treasury Bill Was Passed tlie SootU Would Be Filled With Kepublicana. May 16 [Special Q Mills, of Texas, has written a verj letter in opposition to the alliance sub-treasury blHo reviews the bill, and then says i is once inaugui-ated, all the products of labor w ill ask to be taken in THF E1F.ECT OF INFIATION Its friends say it will require enough treas- 1 111 Mr r, ISVKNOl COMFSIN if Din "as 111 the chair forildL1 jelled H'O CNirel and into a "MATT" WILL STICK. AUB35H8 JHTTST J.CCHPT A. SZiJ.CS. WANAMAKER IS DAVIS1 S FRIEND. _ ie Writes to Senator Colqoifct, Declining to the ParsaWent to tlie Goes Home. tto will be postmaster at Athens That is set- and all tlie -world I do not want to vote for 5ny such a bill Xet those who would take the risk of such a speculation, take- 1 But, anything whatever that can ba done by luse Mr i I l leet s much I-expire 1 Mi M HI i di 1 n t seem to hear him r Itiiitilknu GrJ-siomine 1 his m b >th hands -ind ,11-, v with all his force, but it did KJ! Ihe excitement was growing o, mil moncnt There was a per U linn Then Grosvoiior dispatched 1 ,lf 1 Jen pases for Speaker I .el vh> came running in almost out of 1m it lied however could do nothing as 1 lie t tike the ch ur and Grosvenor uric lei ti pound the desk with all Ins strci i M s v hornet V 1 I VI VI KTO MANSLFK. Shiki i; h s _nol at tho Missorlrian in a r t in u mxinei he said 11 L iitlemm 1 is t a Iv antage of tbe I nature of the-ch ur to insult tho Snlt'ich use ami to lower his own sumliiig Mi M feet m a second, and no nun-his at C.risvcncr replied That mi} be the opmoii of the chair but it w ill not be induced m outside this Cham The house then adjournol and as Giosvcnoi talked dov 11 from the chair Mliuttur, m 1 it stirtelf i him Holman caught the JIis ominbv the bin Is and attempted to do- la 11 him Int Mansei r jeiktd awaj and rush he si ok 1, s inform tho of i In s f 10 as a crowd gatneied aiound, and I HI- O1JIOAN TONFS DOWN s r called ine down before I hid con snmed tho live minutes allotted to me, and as for v mr comments I want to but Greener interrupted tho sentence In saving I find I was imstikcii I lid not keep ctrrect time and I v, ill withdraw what I said anl haveitstricken lioiii the recorl Iwaswron-; 1 lien of couisc I shal bn c to do likewise sal 1 Matiscur and the matter ended Iho mallei was stricken from the recoul Tlie leatnre ot the Day Mr McKmley offered an amendment spe ,c> Iv including glass chimnovs in the clause re it vet 3 thin blown glass it a duty of 10 cents i and forty per cent ad valorem Mi 1 land of Miss uri speaking to the B iimlment denounced the bill as a measuie of let'v thievcij and highway robbery Mr Bajiie of. Ponnsj.lv ami sud tint almost I eluiniievs were impelled from Germany an 1 ere lai 1 111 New ork at lo cents a If the constiti ents of tho gentleman irom Mlssl.uil were obliged to pay 10 cents nieeet rclnnnevs tho thiev ery w as on tho j irt oE the importers The manufacturers had n thinj to do v ith it Mr 1 1 HI 1 suggested that if chimneys could be mp i e 1 a tho rate of 15 cents a dozen it would he well to let the duty alone The pro posed increase was intended to enable a few .nse of the people, to ...Kiiilev's amendment was adopted Mr McKmley tin 11 offered a sones of ninv of b cents ici ,K werell ,d..ted ofimlkvvisi.imicdfrom 10 to V rebate was prov ided of dutie pound mp rWa'nd scVcenes cents duty on burlaps no exTeedins sixty inches m w. 111. a one ha.------ llliw ishe I wool of Ih 11I1W isnei l n-lnrl Id tion tin u to, thirtv nv< l r c ui sjmc'i it w h iv e been ouuttod. F< i e utes the goi ernor macfe points, dentlv omitted more- who month each, and the fortunate ones are Will- iam Crawford, of Spaldmg county W W Chapman, of Fulton, and Joseph Morns, of Spaldmg county LIOIiTS FOB THE COAST The committee on commerce today reported favorably Colonel Lester's bills forraiigo lights at Sapelo and Bt Simons island said today not supper mcu w ho w ould aj i.iitfcu i i not support the b.ll, the Jillianco wonll elect McKmley b 11 Hid the republican rwoith a disting iisl od lepub lean d protections th it the inequalities and avowe proeci aildisinminations of the l resent tariff had e abed a few individuals to accumula c, Mr Bitter d avowed p m a few veirs more montj than the en population of some of the been able to do in the same period The iiendiii" bill proposes to multiply an 1 ag gravite thote inequalities It bristles with this bill 'he'sa the present law is more than ten per cent He also lemmded Mr ie production of cotton, which could h no protection, but was sold for prices fixed foreign markets only Ho w anted to therenublican members, who had stumped t he south asking the Heroes to vote the re mibhcan ticket, what was given the negro la borer'under tins bill, ,f iam tin, g sent'ciion at tho _ _ cuter ii ti business, at which they might make fortunes in resi onso to a question by Mr Henderson, Mr McKmley stated that the present dntv m limp chmmevs was K per cent and the pr p VTEO. A Little I pset the Fi lends Knott I otisvu in Kv Ma> II. -John O Carl was ominitod to succeed Senator Beck by the lomocratc caucus at tonijit A iioiiiinition would cortamlv have been made last night had not Dr W II ISormin, member from Heiidcrion without consulta t on, announced that he had all along voted for Kiiott but ho no longer believed Knott coull w in and would support lai lisle This angered the Knott men and the, rallied, and with otliei oppositiou secured adjourn ho Carlisle leaders have been uneasy all dav ovei tins incident W hen the canons as sembled however with mstiuctions forCarlislereceivedduimgthodaj frombe en constituenc os and with the general seiumien foi Caihsle becoming stcidilj stronger, thei anxiel> was found to he groundless At the opening, TtOiireseiititive Settle, m neat speech w ithdrew his name from tl e con tost Then representative Cooper, for ex Governor Knott withdrew his name ami enthusiastic cheers from Carlisle s friends A ballot was then taken and stood Carhsl 52, Lindsay ,i McCieary "0 Seuitoi Smith then withdrew MeCrearj and the fight vv as ended The ninth ballot was taken, and th announcement' Carlisle72 the wild cl coring was beard a strong voic moving to make tho nomination unanimous b acclamation The motion was carried Caihslos vote gave him seventy-five m loritv There is general congratulation he tonight over the lesult, which is m harmoi ith the w ishes of a large majority of vote the state New spapei offices here were se naded and a crowd through t treets cheeung 111 honor ot the event THE MIT.E HOBKOB. ause of the Explosion at WHkesbarre Taking Out the Dead. But the republicans poesse was pr could make no answei except to ask w by the nezro was not allow ed to v ote How ev er, Mi CtemenS would not illow them to .draw him He also w anted to from the question at issue He also w ane o kuovv why the republicans did not repeal the SbSco tix, as they bad promised in tbe cam and chaiged them with having endeav ulo the nofrio to vote the repubi ticket with promises to pass theBlair bill Macnae's Argument. May 16 legislativ committee of the National Alliance appcare Sro thl senate committee on agncultur and forestry this afternoon and, throug Chairman Macune, made an argument in sup port of the bill authonzing the issue of note upon the consignment of gram m public ware The SUIT'S Cotton Iteview. YOUK, Hay 16-Futures opened slight easv for tho whole list, and the market was weak easy lor tno ]Mt came a re WlLKES he w recke' BARRE, Pa May lu ed mine were suspended at o cio tj miii- iud ev i- i City Wtomej Cob'i, of letraiod hisvoeation by twi o itl-iieii ot tlo ,ury" He wa p.rk, ou "The C foi ov-eid by MoJorator Wi Thompson. Tha Aftert'bne'f executiv e session, the senate adjoumed t.ll tomorrovv_______ NEWT KIsHOPS To Be Elected by the Methodists Kext ST Louis, May 16 -In the general confer ence of the ence Methodwt Episcopal church south, this morning and after the usual re ons rioi services the committee on re made a report recommending the election of two bishops one to take the place of Bishop McTjcire and the other tho h s mp of the not on to amend Histoiic Past Judge Orr, of Mississippi. "The Eldership Other fine speeches and lettett of re 'ret from Colonel YV lit Henry Messrs John H and S M Inman and other invited guests The commissioners having 'become ac- quainted, gatl oredat cburc'i this morning, vested rea.lv foi v ork Abbeville has d ma its part by the useinblv, an! h w h< nored tho historic name of Mecklen J 1% pesbjterj, in which our Scotch Irish amcstois lei the van. making the first dec aration ol m lei eiidoiico Mav M, 1775 OX TI.E HOOK The floor was a ordol t is m ni nrf to Her. Dr Mclean sccietiry of woi 1 111 Ihe southern states -vitlnn a few vc-r. The address was followed by a discussion after which action was taken lo iking to collection.- throughout the c'micli in th it bel .ilf Standing comi i.tti e, v i re 11 i> mted Tha repoitof the oxcci live commit ee of foroiga missions was read bj I ov Di H .uston BCC e- tarj, oil ro m Nashville The t tal ncei.ita goes to support sevciitj-e g'u foieign 6HEKMAK OK THE 8JB.VBR ie People Need More Money, But ISot Free of Silver WASHINGTON, May Dawes pro ntod remonstrances of jobbers and retailers foreign drv goods ill Springfield, Mass amst ceitam features of the McKmley bil the prov isioii as to goods made wholly or 11 rt of ool and the increase of duties on silk amif-ctuie' Mr Edmunds from the judiciary committee ported back the house amendment to th iti trust hi I with an amendment thereto rikin ont certain words and inserting the ordb so that fie rates of such transportation ij not be raised abov e what is just a-id rca- nablo The amendment was agreed to, and then a onfeioiice was ordered Messis Edmunds, Hoar and Vest wero ap- ointedconfeieesou the part of the se late lie bill to permit the manufacture and print- i of securities foi foreign gov ernmems was epirted back adversely from tho committee n firelgii relations, and was indefinitely post- onod new see to be created A bv makm" the number of new b shops three m-'cad oftv o -v as voted down and the report of committee was adopted The election of bishops was made a spec al order for next Mriideacommittee on revisions made a majontj ai d mmontv report on tiie question of per mittn" lav men to bo represented on a'l Sir.mutces'ot the c'mrch, the mi loritv being m the majontj against the propo- The committee on boundaries repor-ed that the present boimdaiies be left undisturbed The commit'ee on publishing interests recommeStleestal-nsliiieiit of a church memonal was road from the German Mis- A memorial was reau tioi., sum conference of Texas requesting they be a number missromr es Tw o of these w ere i ecciitlv sent to the Congo vallev one, Mr Lanslej, 1-, i son of Judgo Lanslev of Vnniston and r< ire ents one of the best famil m ibima 1 1 cotl-ei Kev. W II blieppird colored m nistci was pre- rared for his w i rk a. tbe Tniealoosa i utituto, and icrcntlv pas-orof the colored Church in Atlanta The v 01'c is growing on all sides cominum- cants of foieign lands <'7J Itov D C l a iKiu assistant secretary md treasurer of f i Mi miss rea I the re lUCit that a bci ante treasurer he ipi c mte l The sacrament of tho I oids upper was ad- ministered in the ch ireh at 8 10 p in OPPOSED TO BFVISIOX Dunng the of The Faith Once Delivered to tho bunts, by Dr He uphill at the banquet last nignt, ho urged oiJimiLitsu thej are Protestants and impressing oil them tho great referred to the com mlttce oil bundaj schools THE RESOLUTION O> WOKLDLIXESS Delegate Magee of Georgia stated that th< impression had gone abroad.and the sta'emcn: 3; niYormed Delegate Magee that the resolution had passed that a motion to hav e it placed discipline had been tabled discussion, at times quite heated most forcible mainer stead f to the old standards and oppose la rev i ion of Ihe con- fessioi, of faith Ho sii 1 In h 1 God would direct his brethren the no- ,cm church, now- in "es." on and keep them juo to the laitu once delivere 1 bv the sam's Ho was most e th-isiabt cally anp] mded- The assembly ise earlj o.iposrd to revision THE HOME VIISS10X The report ol the home miss on coirmittes was read by Rev Dr Cra s-crc ,ars The total in hand tho pist vcar was Ut this STo XJ w ere expended in support of 2GO mmislers serving as and as pas- tors of feeble churches, of eight missionaries and one male orphan academy in the Indian temtorj, of thirtj-one infirm ministers and over one hundred families of ministers do- ceised the erection of thirtv six. boildi iga and in'support of Tuscaloosa c< 1 1 niititato and thirty colored The receipts of last year were SI! grca er than the pre- I viousjear The unprecedentel growth of tha inference but th opcns flclds m ever; direction and tha on the book of ked to for tho cut- church is asked rent vearTHE STVNDJVG COMMITTFBS Following are the standing committees chuTcli, to draft a resolution on worldliness to be inserted in the appendix of the book of discipline! was passed Meantime the or-g, naTresohiUonwas referred to the committee on revivals which one died todaj, and several others ill in the mine, six it is believed feomo of the miners were unrecognizable Some were minus heads and others liad los. imbs John Allen, who died today, was as- 3 slant fire boss and it was he who set the stanii nre uoss ime on fire His lamp had-gonei out and o insisted on relighting it tl illoii and three others were sooie awav making their way out through some of the old w orkuigs, w hen Allen's carelessness did oil mischief "All would have been rescued hut for this_______ Snrprised at the Emperor's Speech. ST PETERSBURG, May Ib newsoa- ners here express hurpnseatthewar IIKO Eenor of thespeeehlmade bv Emperor WilUam at the Koeninnsberg, Thnrsdav evening ?f presiding ng some damage to crops, early vegetabl SENATOR PLUMB'S AMEJTDMENT Mr Plumb's amendment Mr Sherman's amendment was then insert the following And hereafter, no funds available for the pay- ment of the public debt (Including sucft as are fcept tor the redemption of treasurj notes) shall be retained in tbe treasury to the extent of it this season. Straw- do- I stroyed 'and garden vegetables irozei. tlie the features of the bill _ I may be t especial surpi fairlv acuve tbafrToany Itow when it ,s oSnsidered that his majest} maJc- preparations to attend the maneaversof the Hussiaii army at Krausnoe, Szelo They de- SaSJhat there is nothing in the far as Russia is concerned to justlfy-the tone of the speech Stanley to Mnrry- LOKDON, May IT news agency nere learns that a marnagalias teen arranged support it Some of the fnends of the bill seem to have abandoned it already The gentleman who introduced rt seems to have abandoned the principle of Jt, but I will de- bate that farther on There are some good tea tures in it which I like very well If we can aarea upon some measure that will iurmsn to the people the UmtedStates more money (for I thmli we want and will also tend to advance silver bullion nearer and up to tne standard of gold, I am willing to vote for sucn a measure But I do not want to embark upon the wide sea of the free coinage of silver. lite. A. A. much jored. Fire !n broke 12 o'clock tonight in the BToce? swre of Heidt STSlatter, at the corner of Jef- aiAnt vf, rttiildiner H-do not to pledge .QOOot Silver, streets. The btulding flames extended to ir harness dealers, aTfd j All-re, Oder's stock olclothing was They bad undermined it tod dead.
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