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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia PRICE FIVE CENTS. TAEIIE BILL TEE A SCEHK_.OF CONFUSION. nd Henderson Both ran the vapids Bus afternoon without an amendment Whi'e a number more apccdy ttan wo tavewacnea I thepniniwheTo tbte bill bBSflatcnca ftom tbcough tho XioBse jiLoti "us, enough to see xaa.'n It Is Iramera boast- thatthey liavo on Hie. Jn-eSist ttay tow. but overridden conssltauon W IHVITEB TO URGE HIM- TO VISIT SaoortdeaiW O a Ei-Presiaent's Sesponse. Tosaite, wiio fore-ally mvited JQs. question what Sender t--------- eonJldCTed wg mercaiiC m-the rate of duty tuc DOltett OH fmarmost bodily on the nnal vote Only i Thpv Coleman, of Louis- mittee s an o! Kansas, both of heir re election would be abso- ootsute of------.r.rn.w.nn.1 Then .UJiitltm r------- ..ndiimseUtoiattoaa theropenrag ot thestatfr fay Dallas, Texas, "ext The oalaeaHcBi jneteded Governor Boss, Mayor, Connor, Dallas, J S Armstrong, presfaoa' of the state tare, and etpoaf- HOB', Colonel A H Kalo Congressman, C. B IWsora IKVITIHG FIELD FOB MISSIONARIES _ To Convert tna Baptists Into The Homo Mission Tfce Com' of Hev one N Ox, May Tlie .remarks H K tha Walter, of. delegates Georgia, f their votes had been c tbev giveabouiitv tho M.Us biHhUii, the last house DODGES m The net increase, tliereiow, peopli of thediWQitStsteSlS -.iSS to everv.oue that Ben Bat- of Iowa, and others However this is ac Tact that thev knew the bill I tfie two" llveu _. I La.... nrflvntnll r.hUfr mLis.irc bSt-aalatatetl lest passed b> toToto upon thtse t tli. hope of amendment It was is rpnso However this ,s ac TO ,t that tliev knew the bill Sfbe mnUatod almost beyond Tthe senate I. leed tor weeks the T tmance committee has been at woik on ALLISON IS iT 11AM) Al chairman of the senate O pobib that reason and unit man besides Allison U an attempt to get the Jofco Hi Inmau. acted 33 the escort of the paity which also included several ladies, the wn os ol aoom ot tho viaiting Tosms. The delegation was received in the of the Cle-v eland mansion by the et president and his wife OOVHBtTOK BOSS SPBAK3 Governor Eoas, on behaif of his atate m ex- "IB imitation said that ie heartily urged its acceptance the-mmistiy in view, who haw partly StteS for their work, "be permitted H> Cervices under the aunsoic- tidn, ottfie sessions ana presbyteries recoHBnends tfiat fehe daties-of roiing elders as dfjeotory for wor- ship, be-confinedjotlifl congregation of wJjictt lie is a member, unless atitliorized by his pres- bytary to labor elsewhere- _ A Day onjebate In the mettioaist General Conference. ST Louis, May 21 session eburch, sqnth> was PASSAOE OF TKF BH.1 rtanfi legislation and there- of tlie b 1 tl 101 ,h tne house T uo 1 oi trie Bill said, "that the mgennlsy of the American mind has baon sum Seat tooocomphsh almostany end deaireci, but is sWl one patent anracord ed tvbich. we hope wo of all others. JJU. Hi w __. mvent, and that is. sir, a patent (hat shall Utterly obliterate thatimaginnry sectional Uiie existing betweon the north and soutn, >s 1 which has already causei rivulets of patriotic blood to bo shed in fratricidal strife.' In conclusion, the governor promisecl The enf-rossment and third reading of
check Bookkeeper Ewbanks Mr Dungan said had uo account at the bank The ?12o 000 in his name was credited to the American Financial association The cashier could not tell who wece the officers of this association except Treasurer F Work who drew allthechecka Mr Dungansaid, was only one of the trio who had an acconut at tho bank His account bore no relation to the size of the. loans credited to him lie amount of 871 741 stand ug in his name on the books was like that m the name of Embanks credited to the American Financial aasocia- and drawn upon by George F Work Hww to pass these amounts to the credit of MacFarlane and tlie American Financial assocjatiou, or Work, as it amounts to HI NEW May 21 [Special There haa been much talk and considerable mystery -for the past week, wxth reference to Richmond Terminal affairs. The street has been puz- zled, as usual under such circumstances. mystery haa proven a bull argument reliable has been obtainable until today Tha directors met this morning and President In- man submitted a financial plan for the erataouof the management Tvbich was unani- mously adopted THE FLOATING DEBT I'XTKwGUTSHKn- In its last Analysis, it amounts to this, thafi means are provided for the total extinguish- ment of the floating debt, leaving a balance m the treasury of the company of ov er S2 000 008 cash It provides for the offer of subscription, privilege to stockholders of record June 2d, which according to tlie opinion ol leading directerpj is worth at least one and a per, cent ta govS "stock hoi den, upon their holafngs ou thai It cou torn plates tha issue of of additional block and about 500 000 of collateral trust five per cent bonds but this increase of capitalization is thoroughly justified by the recent aerjuis tioa of the East Tennessee Virg ma and Georg a and the Georgia Central securities nluclx have been bought, and will be paid for out ot this nevr issue of bonds and stock PKHMAMINT tONTUOL ASST7RKD Tliis plan completes, beyond tlie permanent control of the suboidmata properties embraced in tho Terminal and goes further towards sohdifvjug tha property than anything that lias er j et been done "Wall street in anticipation of tho pub- lication of this plan, was wildly bullish ou Terminal stock and put the price up to J8j, the highest figure ifi has reached in twelve -months When the plan became known tha fact that it involved an incrense of stock dis- appointed tho street and rjjiw traders -who are always ready to run from any enlargement of capital became bears of the stook, a-nd! hammered it down ta 37, at which price i4 closed THE REACTION HFVITHY This reaction is reganlel by ronsorvativa operators as thoroughly healthy and it is pre- dicted that when the I'ljji shall have been digested and ttioroiigltly understood, the stock will be more highly appreciated, HOWE MISSIONS cjatiou, or or, as i ked Mr Grant cha rmaii of the I did it under instructions of President Pfeiffer said the cashier only a 1HJC 1U Dei an Is of the cl a r foi 01 lor w ere _. 1 ce io rules ot tl o conim t ce vv ore dis regarle! a- lei h shaker ho irise was gre-tcl Hi calls 01 Icndoi ail with lawman used his best ei Icavortp se- qtct 1 t he wv, -b 1 tc y unable to tvead to the S HLSICNATION -Oelmte oil Silvei and the 1 1 ai hufce Bill the senate the l> arrow marg-n ot a neu Intent the com: the bill to th< house Mr M Kmlev lemaiiled the ;ievions qnfs tion on .he bi 1 and ainendniciits Tl e d< mo- crats Ionian Id the veas and najs and the previous question was ordore 101 nijs Mr C lemaii of Louisiana and Mr Icath stone o[ i voted with the mid Mr Ian o! Illinois and Mi Bu tc dp h ed to vote Thef Icvi i airs vv ere announced Mrs rs Petera ai 1 Hool c Connell ai d ilkci of Missour C rant and Bankhea I I ee I X low a and Stock lale Turner of Ivmsas and Nort n Pavsoi and I awler The Uo i c 1 ici proceeded to consider tlio amendments agree 1 to ill comm ttee of the while Tl e amendment on wl icb a separate vote was Icrr andcd was cne chai tie 1 hriaeol ey laud Tajlor oE II ii o s Dclavm Flick Hondor son of Iiwa lacoy Snider of Kentucky mil Duniull Tho noM defeat foi the committee on vv IT, s aud mean vv is up 11 its amendment t >v that the d itj in woolen wom'e 1 jams -lalnuu a i (t mole than 30 cents per pound sliall i e t cut} 01 o times the duty 11111 osed on a poun 1 of unwashed wool of tlio first c 1 iss and tl rtv hvt i er cent ad vaUreJS This was roie" v, najs 14S Ihe bill now lixes th d itj at t vice the dutj on unwashed tl e nibt class and thirty Jive per cent a 1 v alorc i The ail ci Imont prov iding that on woo'en and worstel goods ai 1 all manufactures of wool and worsted (not otuerwiae provided foi) at not moro than thirty cents per pound tl ore si all I e impose 1 a dutj three t nicb the I i-v imposed on apouul of unvasli wo; lot tie nrstcla s and lortj per cent vva re lib This le ives the iuty at twice theduti o-i un "Washed vv ool and loitv ei cent ad valorem Republicino the aemocrats on tl o woo and w otstod goods and yarn amendments were Anderson cf Kansas Dolliver Dunnell Teatherstono Flick HenJerson, of Iowa Kerr of Iowa Lacey Lmd Struble Sveney and Taylor of Illinois two Minneapolis aud soven low a men in list other committee amendments weie agreed to by votes TJIE DEHOCUATS' LAST APPBAL Mr MoMiIlin, of Tennessee, in closing the bate for the-democrats, said jugb. maca by IQetUods vice-piesulent presented a communication fio.il Mr Ci iada-1 sergcant-at-arms oi the senile toudermg his resignation of erw iial busintss, compelling him to do ind thanking the MCC president and senators for tliur uuifoiin kindness and courtesy The is to take effect June oOth next Laid ou the t ible THE SILVER Bltl. Mr "Wilson of Iowa to the b.H retaining imported into prohibitory up iiid made an effort considered but he liquors states taken forced to Titt'elield i'" Stronsly I alia 8 IJyinB Statement SAVANNAH Ga May Littlefield, tho victim of tl e L ttlefield McCalla at Tesup vv as shot through tlie McCalla s ated to the attending up iii yield to tho pr or da m of tho sili er bill which was then taken in and on which Mr Stelart nadcafiea sih er-coiiiaRe spet-ch Like Mr Te'loi he was opposed alike to tie pending b. 1 and to the Wmdom bill, and f< i much the same reasons because neithei prodded foi the il ohite free coiuageof silver and the full legal tender q iility of Futche, George udJ B- The object of the association 13 protection persous their meins and igainst those who have the reputation of not piyiug their debts Cliailutte s Great Day CHARLOTTE N C May 21 second di> of harlotte s big celebration was gi x en to a contest between the firemen En tneq for one ImndroJ and fifty yards reel race Durham Greenaboro Kaleigh Otior lotte Prize won by Monroe in sec- distance and entries, won by Pioneers Charlotte in 22} seconds Afternoon race of three hundred yards for the of the state Kaleigh Greensboro Charlotte Time 5S bee onds -won by G-reensboro Tonight a grand pyrotechnic display oc cur red Tlie Demand for Hands CHATTANOOGA Tenn Mav 21 il A great scarcity of day labor exists at present in tlua oty aud contractors are much troubled it To such an extent is it prevalent tb-it announcements were made from several col- ored pulpits Sunday, asking for men to retwrt at certain places for One company has advanced to SI 35 per day, and the tendency is still uptvord Louisville Races May 21 race, one mile, Hun- tress won, Marion C second, Castaway third. one and a half miles English Lady won Mane K. second Time 2 Third race mile and seventy vards Workmate won Hamimeas second Worpeafc tlurd fime 1 race five furlongs Ed Leonard won, second Liura Allen tturd Time 1 lm.nrace half a mile Mabel won secoul, Hindoo Lass third Time 50% a 11 unit ret irne 1 on church loans tlnrl theamoiut turned over to the treasury from tuo oflice of foreign missions on account of w oik dnne in the Indian Territory 34 totil and we have left for the total receipts ot tho jeir S70 077 Of this sum there cime from legacies from other ffciioial miscollancons soiirces which as the amount received from collections an I from souiceb within the presbyteries SD7 2Ti T ic amount on hind in the treasury at the beginning of the year as total received dunngthe ycai as above n than seven per cent upon tlie amount 111 ban) not including cash on hand at the beginning of the year THE MONEY NEEDED In the benini ing the leport spoke of the necobMtj of raising S35 000 during the present jear for the department of sustentatioji It rccommende I that fib 000 of this be raibed by the churches so that the appropriations by the presbyteries might not be scaled m October It recommended that the Presbjterian com mittee revise the list of churches which had made application for aid, to see if they could not discontinue or lessen it Under the head of church erection the committee recom mended that the churches give for thia purpose during the coming >ear During 1889, thirty lour presbj tones had employed fifty four angelibts, costing 000 For the in valid fund the committee lecommended the using of 000 at the next collection for thia purpose m Julv Beneficiaries have increased eier subordinate and I had to conform to the wishes of my sufieuora Receiver Smith testiHed to discovering that certain teal estate for-the bank -R as in the names of Bfeiffer and MacFarlane Thteo proportuss Jie since had com eyed o-er to hun as assignee He (Smith) had never talked to tha directors about the bank s wrecked condition bemuse it was as clear to him as to them that the real debtors were not E x banks, kes d Boileau b it those for whom the., acted is a blind He know that the money had gone to Airer can Life In sutance and American Umanrtai oornpan es either corpcratel j or lo their mdtvidual officers The testimony of George t AV oik was even more sensational than w 1 at had gone before to his own admission, the American Financ-ml iSbOoiAtiou eighteen months ago had SI 000 000 capita1 p ud m and it got nearly more from the Bmk of and undoubtedly-eomjrtand tter Tho m hen called upon to name some of the actual pioiierty of the 1 maucial ation which could be iminediitelj conceited into cash, he could only nan 000 worth ork was .lue'jtioiicd as to what had become of certain co laterals which Imd been men tioned as be ng m possession of the synuicate To some of tlie questions he gave evasive replies ind to otl era bifa w is that ho did not know -nheie the secuirties were no About piece of property or security at the had ever had either plan is a substantial move 11 tho right direc- tion and couiniaiidis the rsoment of tha entire of directors as the leal- ing financiers of the street President Ininamb commended on all sides for his able financiering in conoeivmg tha plan and his loyalty to the property and stockholders HI -securing Its adoption Tha entire amount of now fatocli lobe issued lias been underwritten by the leading blinkers of York and the comnuss t n illow on the saino is only half of one per cent which is the small- est allowance ever known on a negotiation oi such magnitude CABJ..ieGa VII F3O3I CAJ HOUN While the board was in "ossion considering this plan a cab'egram is received from Hon. Pat Calhonn in I "ion that an English syndicate hid been formed tfiero, offering to take 000 000 oi new Terminal btocit at twenty -five cents 011 tho dollar less a commission offer w as necessarily refused because of t ie adoption of tho plan then under cons dc.a ion by the boaid The San totton Review i w on. Mav 21 thougli dearer the da> were ed taroughout up and down is the tide of speculation swayed to and fro Liven pol madt. a wry aectded advance 111 futures and what was more to the advantage of the bulls showed a Iar_er business m spot cott n A.n ear y advance. followed by brisk sUling to realize in the expectation that i ivcrpool w reict a little but aa the filial report fromtliit market vis a hiring cne was buovanrv in which Tulv within one po nfc of reaching 12V In tiie last h mr there wv tha a e co, been sold or hypothecated and Work could not be drawn into an admission that ten cents on the dollar could be realised for the creditors ou forced liquidation His salary as a treas- urer of the American Financial association was per month two invest- ents illustrates the hole It w draw u out me of him that the Fi nevved in with f he weat! cr rep t ts fr favorable to voung plant oderately active t r h ood dejl of reali7 the south were [jcncral y Cotton on spot onsumption thirty per Colonel )t during the past jear ade introduced an amendment tand BKDOXIAS, May race, sue Bellwood won, Drumstick second. Guard third one mile Adamant won, La-Favor- ita colt second King B QLWH ttiwo. Time, U4. 1 and ora second, that ruling elders should take the raasing of the collection, into their own hands Dr MePheeteis moved as a substitute that ruling elders, should especially interest them- selves in the matter, and not take entire charge The substitute was accepted, and the amend ment adopted The section touching on colored evangelical work was docketed until the special committee appointed for that purpose should report The committee recommended the publica- tion of a monthly by the execativecommittee, to be called The Home Missionary An- other recommendation that the church ap- point unlicensed male aijd female missionaries for work ignoraufc and destitute In- dians of Alabama and Texas, was changed so as to leave the matter to the discretion of the executive committee with the approvaiof the several presbyteries Colonel Pernn introduced a resolution stat- ing that the assembly regards -with regret the tendency of ministers to leave the pulpit to ac- cept professorships in different schools and colleges and that their presbyteries should discourage such tendencies OTHES KBPOBTS Kev J S Vance read a report from the majority of the committee on heensure The report recommends to the preshf-teries that chapter 6, section 6, paragraphs 5 and 6, of the Book oE Church Order, be so amended that paragraph 5 shall read These exercises or, m case of amdidates who may not have pursued a regular course of study, other exercises of a? similar character shall, at the discretion, of the presbytery, be exhibited un- til it shall have obtained satisfaction aa to the candidate's piety, learning, and aptness to teach in the chorcu. And paragraph six shall read TEhei presbytery shan teguws tta candidates, wherever practicable, to complete tlio usual coarse .mic studies, antLalso tif study oivamty -at teacbec of :ial association had had loans Tne stock bad cobt S228 000 When asked ao to how thut stood aa an as-set ork aa d It is racier difiicu t to expUm but that stock Ins gone into the Americ l.ife Work said he thought the owed the Tiuaucial association or more When WoiK was rolie> ed (rom ta ther (mestioning )ie huined out oE tha room Cashier Dungau was again brought hefore the committee and made a in. st damagms admis- bion He said that his books had not been audited s nee 1887 He lies eeted ta enter on the books d scounts and loans which had been authorized by the discount commilttee Ho Sid that while he did not at the tune know lhat Ins actions were Ulegal, he now thought they w ere t________ Coirrfct -Wort uUy Boycotted R VLEIGH N C May 21 a year the Wetmore Shoe company hasemplojed city conncts, at the penitentiary here, in the manufacture of Today tho company suspended opentions and surrendered its con victs which were emplojed under contract Money liad been steaa.ly lost by the nse of this labor A number of firms will not handhs penitentiary made shoes, and there a coo sideraDlebojcott The p'ant will all be re- June 1st to a private factory at Greens- boro and the convicts will be put on railroad work All the shoes, made by this company were sold in other states_______ Tlie Jewell Has Gone BIKMISOBAM, AJa May 21 [Special W Jewell, formerly manager ol the Caldwell hotel, haslelt this citv, taking the books of the hotel with hinumd leaving miny be- hind. Two weeks ago Jewell -wenttoiliehigan on business. During his absence several ors brought suit against him The waiters at the hotel struck and the hotel company took charge Jewell came home last week and an noaifced that he would pay all bills.and take charge of the hotel iesterday Dr CaldareU, president of the hotel company, asked to see thebooks Jewell said he would set them, instead lie suddenly left the city, taking thebooks prices were one th cent dearer SJie Died of a Bioken Heart NFW YOEK May 21 May 12th tliero was a mysterious shooting affair in Mrs Alica Hophmsons flat on West Thirtj -sixth street, in which the millionaire ex Judge Mnrat Ma3- terson of Arizona hgured unpleasantly Florence B Mastersou the ex judge s wife, heard of the scanosl -i 1 reached here yestor- She immediatplj tr c 1 to see her erring husband but he would have nothing to d j with her The strain too great and sha suddenly died of a b-okeii heart tonight at the Grand bmou hotel hallwaj Suicide CHATTA-.OOCA Ma nent farmer named J Irom mcevllle Ic EhWot let pene bhe fell dead in tho at n Farmer. ]-A pr.roi- r Hit living seven miles am idea on Sunday One bn'- eve tha c' himself twi t is thought Cliat, Joiuisalllioiwoireanerv tlie uilnd becauio an- balaiced _______ XSniduis tlie Gamblers. I. ISHTII.I.B. Tenn May 21 _t-pecnl A dozen of the largest crap rooms in NaBhiiMo were nudeu by the police tonight- The rooms wire all in full bL it awl tho tporti IS, Sen unawarss About five pen iere caotureil raid over 5.1.500 ol ijarainier- nSl All tlio ives wcro seized vfcht.tln.r or not_____ Death of 31 jor Stanley Ga May 21 ssssa cS- was not He was 3 man of dis- tinguished career B RE I TIE'S e Brtt-sh house of commons passed the ip neiiast two ne condition. The bishop will read 3 aiidress tptaediocesetomorrow iston, Mo Tbe Decretory of the navy has accepfd the dj n eohliers were decor- e Va yesteroaj i SPAPFRf General iaTrtonx in Sew Tork. Hsw YOBK. Aleranacr B. ot F, and know her. recommentlfttnat.yotms menhaTing
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