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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               TALK OF THE CAPITAL si ON ran PACK 4.BU." JOWA REPUBLICANS ARE AFRAID ffhat tho State Will eer Ov er to the Demo- to Be JudRe Stewart's Speech. May vvhah was under discussion in the ate toJa> granting to the several states the wor to regulate or prohibit the sale ot mtoxl rating U in >rs to be pushed through, to tbe of everj thing else. Tlu bill i' designed to meet the emergency in low a cause I bv the recent decision of the supreme c ml restraining thai state from m with tho sale of liquor "in original paiki 11 It will inbibly pass the senate tomorrow, and go to th, house and be taken up as a party question on I ridav or Saturday The lo v republicans have represented to duty on cotton-ties at forty-five per cent ad valorem tax _ Mr> McKenna, ot California, offered aa amendment to the sugar schedule an new schedule, and said that las amendment made a reduction on on sugac of about thirty-two per cent It retained the diy idinc line at thirteen instead of secured to tlio refinera of Ulis country tlie re- fining at sugar between thirteen and sateen, winch the present bill ibicigii relmers As contrasted vvttlitue jmiis bill, tbe aniendmont w as a as- con- trasted with the present bill, itvvas not a -case of lovvezmg or increasing rates, but rt was a, case ota thange ot pohcr The pending bill brave and because it schedule it was timid, In the strong sugar g g time serving and because it was time-serving and timid In other schedules the hill cirried out the icpublicaii principle In the schedule the bill icfusod to one industry tbe republican pnnciplo It might be well for the republicans to p inso and con s.der w hat they were to its wattital and politic ll effect, if not to its moral effect Mr Cannon opposed Mr M. Hernia s auiei d ment and took that gentleman to tank for vv hat he called his fallacious, specious and dan on ,avorea the amend meut md opposed the bill as borne to the mteiests ol the coloied laborer ot th  longer Jl DOF S-1KW IKT SPFIiCH btsf sugar duties twenty.per rout but ho would net pi ess that pieteiimg to stand yv ith friend from California Mr Kerr oilowa, behoved in a fair pro tective tariff hut vv as of the opinion that the Amencan people would never jnstny the mloptH not the bounty system Mr toleinan ol 1 ouisiana wished si gar strit ken from the free list The smbboleth of his caiiipiK'n had been protoetioi. and people of his district had been told that the oloctioii ofji republican president meant piotection i Morrow of California made an orgu ation, he rushed through the window into the room, and shot his wife just over the left eye, killing her instantly She never spoke FOUU SHOTS For M ALT He then shot Mr McCall four times One ball struck lam 111 the lip, just under the nose one in his right side, one in the left shoulder, and one in the small of his back Mr Mct'all run from the room where he was shot into the room where Mr Surreucy was asleep, and fell DEATH C V.HK TO HIM, TOO. Med cal aid was summoned at once and all was done to relieve Mr McCall that it was possible a physician could do, but he died at The shooting occured at a few minutes before twelve o clock I saw Mr LitlleSeld and he says that he does not regret the killing WHO THE PV.IITIES ARIC Mr McCall was about hfty years old, with a children, and the with coal for Cab cntta took the passengers oH the reef, ana took the Dacca's officers and crew B" aano and lauded all of them-419-at Suez on INVITING CUSVET-ATTO TO TEXAS. A Distlnsolshed Party Eoackes New WirwYoitK May distoi- on Octo- of ton and _Dallas News, Colonel w a papers from Dr Hodge, of Princeton Thornwall, of South Carolina, both are now deceased, taking same view of the question as that advanced by Dr Brown, who argued against the interference of the church m matters ol social government By conceding the right of the church to legislate onsucnques-ions there was no telling w here it w ould load to In fact ,t would ultimately resolve itself mlochurch and state despotism, and mim- ,cal to individual liberty and the rights of consc-ence As to the scnptnra tion of temperance, it was held to the moderate use of both food and drink The wines of scupture were ol an intoxicating but were regarded as blessings and moderate The and Hebrew wines as debars from communion in "feSTof Tlie Conference on the IJquoff TraSSc. ST Lours, May 20 the Methodist) Episcopal Church conference, this morning, the committee on temperance made a long re- port in which they define the position of this chnrch on the subject of temperance, and fpvaJ the result of extensive inquiries of anous con-1 ferences throughout the country as to attitude of the churches and their members ITS regard to the use of beverages. their manufacture and bale, and hcensa prohibition The committee say, in subst-xnce that 1 anj m >re position ia possible to take thin the one wliica Methodist fepisoop-U church south occupies to- day upon tlie question of tempennco our tnem- betsbiu ougbt to get ready at once to take it u ougbt to get are emphaticUlj d prohibition church Wo out squarely for the complete suppress of tba liquor traffic offer no compro-niso and seek no terms from a smof thib heinous qualitj 2 Our inquiries develop tho gratifying lict ttiaS in most sections there is little among our raembersh p for the most part the full weight oc our church members ttr their inflnem-e and authunt licencing the liquor traffi as againsS m their proper up, the pnrport ot the address and i, ud had made pledges to protecting Tutore'sts whilom this schedule of the bill thev were striking a direct blow at the inter ests of. that race Tho judge then went on to show the partisanship displayed in the hill, and demonstrated that ,n nearly every sched- ule a blow was aimed at the prosperity of the SlCKIFIfE HIS MtVHOOD TO P 4.ETY Courr-smanEviart of tho Ul.evilleN f district, is one of the few southern republi cans who represent a white district Odt of 02 000 voters in his district there are hardly a thousand blacks At the of the ses Bion Mr Ewart was bitto Iv opposed to tin of a nation ll elect, m law bill I an opposed to the p- >se of such a bill hesamvesterdij of course it would liav e no affect in my district an 1 I hav e to a our loaders that it could not possibly chai.go any of the districts 111 the south ov on w heie the blacks, are in the mij. uty I know our southern people are not going to let the blacks ami sir'hum iiumsUv tf the ctmutrj Mr Bjlinm opiiosod tho bounty system toto "eneral condemnation of the bill said th.t the liT, ence between i communist ami the comn it ,e ways md mems was that the foimer wautel tu tike from the rn i tocr'uetothepoor and the lattei wanted to take from the poo, 1 giv e to the uch [Ap in Jesup for about tvv enty years A BAD HKPUTAIIOt Mrs Littlofield has borne a had renutoflon for some time as to character All three had bien dniikiu? all daj and wors pietty well under tho influence ol vvhiskj Mr Litt'efield has the sympathy of the people of Jesup and they don't blame him for the rash act ho has committed Mr aud Mrs I-ittlel d override them and I h-xv o no w or 1 o; censure for them in refusing to do so I hope jot our paitj will not resolve to pass a bill will jou vote for Vt e I on iccomit ot bill recently passed In the North Carolina legislature mj con imtnlmcnt was rejectcd- HitolU-Messrs MtKeimx Moiovv im i IT irinei DUiaven o v or Ker, of low a n the alhimative I o e t ne 11 (ever uoraej w- mail and Key burn voting >n the alhimatue Mr Stow ait of enm nt offered an amend ment eitontlmg the bounty to maple sugai to THE "FINE CJjT MMT Make an Appeal to tho Committee on Ways and Means May ways and J short LAWIER ItKYNOLDS DIES, And Stephani, WIio Him, is Sent to Prison NFW VORK, May 1U I-wjcr Clinton Ppviiohls died in the Chambers hospital o elock this moiuiug The lawyer d c I from a tol shot vvouul which he received iron, a I M atrootl a few davs ago a A KISE A Movement Which Will Greatly Benefit the Stock. NFW TOEI, May20 last half hour on Wall street today there was a sensational movement in Richmond and West Point Terminal railroad stock, and trans- actions in SI 000 shares were recorded Quota- tions were advanced from to 27 To ac cou ,t tor the sudden activity President Inman sent out word that the directors had formulated a fmaueial plan which w ould benefit the com- listened with interest The conclusion arrived at by the authors of the papers did not seem to meet with fnll ar ers were not agreed on the ouestion EEFEBRED TO THF PBFSB1TEMTS At the Conclusion of tbo reading, Kev yv L Lawrance mov ed that the report be placed on the docket until the next assembly, and that the report be published and sent to the liSerent tones ,n order that they m.ght be prepared to discuss it at tho session of ISal Ad shall not dert mj partJ no do so ___ ADDING TO THh ASHINGTON moju-. rnmmitteo tins gav e hT.An-s to representatives of several ...dm trieT who set', to have amendments made to the tanil bill befoie the _flna yote gentleman wo i m presented an alhdav it settmK forth tTof the shooting, vv hereupon fatep .anl rooommitted to the city prison without bail The mnuest will be begun Fndaj aud an autopsy vi as held this afternoon cussion ,t was proposed to thereupon inquired "Who men will ead a telegram 1 The testimony was uniform and unvarying as the fidelity of our m the causs ol temperance 5 The evidence was practically universal oa the valuable work of tin- Nat onal yvnmana hristiau Teiuperaace union in the cause ot tem- perance The report was unanimously adopted The committee on the sp riu al state of tha church was instructed to prepare a condemna- tion of vvordlmess for insertion in the hook ot discinhne, and made a long report condemning dancing.card plaj ing, theater-going, attendance, at race courses, circuses, etc Dr Plulpot, of Teias, moved an amendment to cover the use of tobacco and opium but it was ruled out of order as being of the saT-a nature as the resolution offo-od last week and which was indefinitely postponed The doctor yie'ried with pool grace and said. as he sat down, I want it to go forth to tl a world that this general conference refuses tn consider the subject Dr Duncan of Tennessee author of tna original resolution on wurldhneis which caused all the uiscussion aud wrangle ov ec tha Question, moved an amendment, prov idin" lot a change in the discipline, but it w is ri led out of order He condemned the repor> as hav rg glossed over evils it was intended to condemn. There was evidently a disposit on groninRiil tho church to cover up concessions to woiliiu- ness "If there is a pill in that report the doc. tor shouted, It has been so sugar-coated that you will never taste it Kev Mr Hess wanted the utterance to inclaSo racing, owning raising and elhng rice Jiorses, manipulating land booms buying and selling lotterv tickets, renting a building in which taa liquor traffic is carried on and owning or ed tj ing Sunday papers but hi-motion was voted dovv 11 and the report ot the committee was adopted by a large majonty__ PACKAGES. Senate in Reference to TJiiuor Traffic WASHINGTON, Mav JO -Mr Hoar prese-ite4 remoustrant.es signed by sev era! Boston frma against the great tncrea. e of dut es proposed in; the McKinloy bill on silk goods, plushes anil volv ets TO A Bill In DWisor, read a teegram bly at Saratoga ill reply to the v sssa uierey aud the com Representative I armers Council. Proposed Increase Ties Mav A conference was ordered on the District of Celumbi appropria bill and the house went tho whole (Mr Grosve.or of Ohio, in the Carolma, offered i.i. S ivors of Texas offered an amendment v ding that iron and steel cotton tics or liooi s for b: than No JO wireg. Mr of 
                            

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