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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               YOL. XXL MOSfDAY MOftNING, 26, 189Q. PKICE FIT.E CENTS. THE TARIFF BILL XJA6I7JZ OF WHEN THE SENATE WILL ACT ON IT JMfnjor Mclvinley tho Report That the Senate Finance Committee is Hostile to tho Bill, and ealt Will Pass. BASHING-TON, May 23 senate finance committee -will probably not make a report on the McKinley tariff biU Iwfore the middle of June The republican senatorb ire trying to down the reports of theirtxm'emplated butchery of tlie bouse bill, and if some of the statements -which are alleged to emanate froin Certain are to becriUtid it would seem that there is little foundation for the assertions of Major Butter -worth and others concerning the hostility of the senate ti nance committee to tho McKinley bill Major McKinley affects not to believe that tho senate committee will report a sub- stitute but then natuiail> he would be the last man to admit that such a dire calamity could happen He savs there ib as much hum busgerj in tne reports as there was m the ru of dimension m the house which didn t pan out THE WFEK IN (ONGKFSS Sev eral subjects of irapoi aiice ire hkelv to engine the attention of the soiitte tins week The naval ip pro prut ion b U over whieh i debito ot unexpected length occurred last vreok is st 11 indisposed of and will come up tome row is unfinished business That it w ill be disj of in one session is i nrertain as an Utttk upon the appropriation of tho three battle In s expected fiom tho deniorra aiUeof the Chamber Bj agicement lei 1 u 1 last r n 1 senator "SA ilson s bill to pi u e iin ported li 111 ong nat paekag s under state reflation is the-peciol order for Tuesday t> bediscuvst Uotlofin sh Senator Pugh lias guen notice of his intention to speak on tho smer bill after the bill is disposed of d i ithholcl his remarks until the hiUer bill is taken up after the -vote on the imported hnuir bill Unuer the conditions that will exit it is doubtful if the bill will get a hcaiing this week Fri will be Mem jn U Day and the senate TV ill uljourn from Thursday to Sat- the present ariungement is i. ltd to bi lls t n the calendai to "vv Inch there is no objection made THPHOtSK BI.SIf.FSS The committee on a >prouiiations expect to have the fortifications and legislative n two and judicial api nation bills reulj to rejoit duung the week Probably the small rei 11 i ler of tho river and haiboi appropun ti on bill which has not been cons leiei will 1 e disposed of by the house tomorrow be fore it embarks upon considerUiim of the Dis- ti ct, of Columbia, nutters including the H ck 1 reek park bill which for some time, stood as unfinished business 111 tho way of other lo  rEjreemeiit in older to afford time for the I rep iriti H of the minority rej ort It was the in teiitmn to aikt some dajs during the week to tl e pub ic bu.ildnuj committee -nil the judiciary committee which 1 itti r is g ict on n tie judges salai> ti d bankruptcy bi Is but tl o il) t-nce Speaker Keel mav t Ios p of the proposed airai i t t is possible, however as arhsle s rctnc ii on t fiom tho h use h ives a in a ;jor t> ui tl e conumttcc on rules even m the abtiitce the 8[ enker that thid prugrimme ma> be at once carried out The ost olhce api rt pnation bill ia within easj rea< h on the   11 are among tho possible subjects for c ubideration IT IS AISTI KOLB Tho result of tne Kent Election in Lee County OrELiK v Ala Maj 2o [Special re turns tif the beat e ectioiis 1 eld hero v estcrtla> for delegates to tbe county coiiventu n w h ch meets be) e ti morrow -re in with the e vet p tion of Leulan beat The following s tho re suit Beats 2. 3 5 t> 10 and 11 went aim Kolb beats 4 7 8 and 13 Went for Kolb A contest ill be made in beat 0 Both claim the MCtorv bj one majority There was no anti Kolo ticket in Loa.chapoka beat 5 Jso elec tion was hold m belt 12 there being no aiiti Kolb men there All indications point to an anfci Kolb victory in Lee couiitv Ii fact the auti Kolb men are already despondent and o ery little hope themseH es I ce county can be safely added to the anti Kolb column the result -will be definitely known THi. OJit-AT DEMOCRAT Io t The Monument to Thomas A Hendricks to lie Unveiled in July May 23 Thelst of July has teen hxed is the date foi the of the monument of the late Vice- President Hen- dr cki on the state house grounds of tins city The ad Iress will be deln ered by United States Senator i nrpie Tho prt-Mdcnt ex presidents vice-president and members of tlie cabinet and governors of all the states will bo imited to attend The commit ie of TTiingementi, extend a cordial im lotion to the societies, clubs and other of tlio state and elsewhere to be present and participate in the ceremonies, and rcqueat the attendance of the general public ON TO RICHMOND 3Tliis Time to, Do Honor to Memory of Gen- eial Robert X.ce B TI ji )HK, May 23 Maryland is pre- pir ng to send a largo representation tp Ibichmond on tlie occasion of the unveiling of the statue of General Lee The Fifth regi ment this city, the seventh regiment of the south, will leave together its corps In a special tram on the ening of TUBS da-v next The Maryland society of the army and y of the confederate states ill start the same emng for Kichmond Many smaller parties are forming here to participate lu the unveiling ceremonies OpeuJnc Up the Swamp R N C, May 25 [Special The lumbermen are at m the big swamp covering 50 000 acres in Eobison which capitalists from that state pur cLised fiom the state board of education some time ago They 1 ave just completed a eaiial fouiteon miles long, eight feet deep and forty feet wide and next week will begin woik on another eaiial of the same length Thev are building hin-ber nulls which are next to the largest m the state The canals are to be used tor tramc and 12 000 acres of swamp arc to be reclaimed and put into cultivation Governor Fowle In Demand. RALEIGH, N C May 25 [Special Gov- ernor Towle has accepted the invitation to deliver the address at Princeton college, Juno 10 at the laying of the corner-stone of the new building He has also accepted the invitation to reply to a toast at the banquet at Richmond, Va next Thursday emng. A Remarkable Coining Together In New Haven. NEW EN Conn May 25 A grand union meeting of the Brothernood ol Loto- motave Engineers was held at the Hjpenou theater today At the public session in afternoon fully people were in attend auce-. Addresses of welcome were inaUe by Chief of Division Corbett, nor Merw ia and Mayor Feck THIFF ARTHUR SPI'VKS Grind Chief P G Arthur then deluored an address, in which, after telfiflg the audience n ho w e are a id w hat we aim to do, he said among other things T.he moral standing of railroad men twen- ty seven >ears was not high Thcro h is bieu a marued improvement m h s stand ing since that time In jxgard to strikes I hold that the policy of the brotherhood is a just aud ise one in (tailing with ihffercntes that in e between emplijer ind My idea of sol ingr such a piob em in the word-, of the Bib e 1 L.OUIO, lot together there h xs been a i-nlroad disposed to meet the bn tlierhood, and reason with its inemlicrs a stril e has tr occurred Theie is no such tiling in tlio liiotboihood ns ordering a stnKe No one is with the author t> of order ug the men to quit I am opposed to our brother hood fanning an alliance with other c uss of labor DR DEI PW O> THE S1AOF As h iun< ej DcPe'w to the front ol the p it form ho was rousing rcct t ti m tho ommunity tint his place is gc ne 1 no qua eeu cavitul an 1 Hboi IMS been botttr se tied bj tho brotherhood th in by inv other organization in the comitrv T t r h is come to the protection of capital agiinat demagogues SIIIKPX AX IAKTHQ1AJCE Tho Peo le of a 1 ork Given a Sn TuiitKS HILL N 25 earth shock w is felt in this icmltj after 7 o clo< k tln-i nioniing The buildings trembled dishes m the cupbmrds rittlet! ami the inhabitants w eio considenbH alarmed 1 he duration of the vibration wis one second MOKl   ALtiv's'V Maj i V to the Piess and Ivmcl eibocker fio u ille N that it 7 o clock this muimnj; the citj was visnetl with a shock of earth quake Lai0e bull 1 wcie shake i tho i pie thrown ut of clmrs and out of bed and glass was shattorc I The earthquake TI as pre ceded b> a loud rumbling sound At the si ne moment tho liie alarm bells ring out an I the whole city turned out the excite noi t he ing intense duelling was burned later m the morning Tihcu tho excitement had h-M llj subsided tho fire bells again tlie alarm and a large bncfc Ixuxlding, ui -the rear of the oixsra house n ns d ered m names It was occupied hy Julius Cole as a laundry and entirelv destroyed Anothei si ght shock was felt about LOOII Tho sh Kk was tho most er felt in this UIK A IN M iy 25 Shortly after 7 o clof k this mon the Mol aw k illcj was distuibed bj i slight of eirfli juake ac cmnpanied b> tmng Tl e shock 111 tli s Mtnity but in ci cased in to Montgomery county where Tt t it ITuntnr it uas jute At 1 ittle I alls (h lies r ittled and run xs of distuit thunder was heird At Fort Hun ter the buildings WCIP shaken and beds so th xt tlio occ up ints were an akened In L tica disl es ritt'eu aiijl some people repoit a slight ition but the shocks ueie bai Jly jierceptihle iSo aanmge uas done in anj quanci lliis is the lirstseismic phenomenon of note licio since 1864 TO AJLI PA1ITS Olf EARTlff Hearing: Cluibta Conimisaiou to Preacli tlie Gospel CHICICJO May 2o T Edwin Brown I> D of -R I the annual sermon before tho Ameiican Baptist Mis sionary union After the sermon six men, who we e going to foreign fields were intro- duced and briotij addiessed the congregation Hie iiimcs ind designations of the mission anes are as follow s "W H Cossnm of Hamilton Theological seminary to China, "VV Cochrane, of Rochester Theological seminary goes to Upoer Burmeth Charles HadJej of Newton institution, and P M Johnson of Missouri to India Tliomos Moody of Rochester sprainary, goes to the upper Congo Doling of Kansas goes to Assam There are other appoint- ments to foreign lields tins year who were not present at tho meeting This was the close of the foreign mission meeting FBEACHTKSOOING The Colored Fxliorters Gettinc Into Consid- erable Trouble CHATTANOOGA Tenn May Henry Hurd, a well to-do colored man of Sheiman Heights took his wue to Barnum s circus Friday night After circus Hurd said he would staj in the city and Eev Mr Dob bins, the preacher at Sherman Heights, es- corted Mrs Hurd home Hard, in the mean time, went home a round about way and se creted himself in the house, where he watched n courtship between his wife and the preacher and also saw them retire Hurd stealthily emerged from, his hiding place secured a two- inch bladed rusty knife, and savagely attacked the denuded preacher, cutting him sixteen times about the body The preacher will prob- ably die Both mon and the woman have been arrested CA9F THK SAS1F At about the same hour, Hut Mobley, col- ored, went to hi6 home near tho er from tlie circus, and found Kev Jim Sloa ie occupying his accustomed pi ace Mosley secured a heavy iron ladle ftjid beat the preaener un mercifully, and would killed him had rot the handle hron-en The preacher made his escape, and a oarraiit is ont for hiB arrest Mosley was arrested and fined Cor disorderly conduit_______________ TUe Time Across tlie Ocean NEW YOKK, May 25 ocean race be tween the steamships City of Rome, the Au- rama and the AJaska, ended today, with the victory for the first named The time of the City of Ktome to Fire island was 7 days, 5 hours and 4 minutes, the Aurama 7 days, 6 hitursand 2 minutes, the Alaska T days, 8 hours and 4 minutes Gift to a College Va., May 25 a meeting of the board of trustees of Kichmond college, JDr By land, the secretary, read a letter from the family of the late X. C Williams, offering to found a law school in the college and to provide a law professorship in memory ot Mr "Williams A committee, with Dr Curry as chairman, uas appointed to pifc- pare plans for the school and to report si the annual meeting. THE Og Excvitsiosisxs sixisf- THIS WATBK. "i FATAL END OF A SUNDAY JAIL A CliiUl the JSoat, It of the Jwuitttew e H JFotar PAI.I.KIVFR, Moss, May saddest and most heart-rendin 'w May 25 Notwithstanding the fact had proclaimed the pro- which has occurred in city m yearsgloofc. meeting in Tipperar; a Crowd 15 o'el i place on lake about 12 15 St two Ihtyusaod tsbisons met and- i gOCBnen; and seven other members of parlia- fe Imeat, on, their arroal at Jjimencfc junction this afternoon A party of twelve persons, comprising uel AVittles and wife, Henry Wittles, WHliauta Lena Bucklej Wilho cnck Buckley, e Turner, John Bt Tdw in Tuiner Edwin and Hnuimer hired a boat at the pond and out rowing A RTU-ONG WIVD BLOWING There w is a strong wind blowing w waa rufiieil JPhe boat into part> embail ed w as a common flit botttoed one, tho scat ng came ty was was too small to accommodate so many Tlio paity was observed rowing to work waj tow ird shore jnM, north ot the .H stition difficult work 19 the vi as rough and strong uti 1 the inexpoiiencod When tlie boat loai of uro seul ers was within twentj feet Off the, shore one of the children locked the" I he men cautioned tl e child to rem un but the child was unmindful of tao advice without a moment d warn ng bpat Heart-rendii g Cites ren' "Vie air whic'i heard by Fireman of the puuipini; station and T imes Laffeitj but w 010 unable to rentier a'is stance Tir- ner was tho only one in tlie who could swim THK ST' UOGLK IVTHF WATB.R HP grasp d Mr hittles by the a st attemptel to bung him to the s'lore anti al though Whittlos wasahoa-vymau Tnrnem c- ceodctl in doing so Jn tho meantime tae women weie in tl e water Three or four pulHa on sliore ci led to them to ciing to the but the L fxtlmg qtiength was one qual to the task and the w o 11011 and children sank cut of sight Four ot the had ut k out for the shore their own hook and succeeaol m reaclnug rt 111 an exhausted c tmlilion THF DROWNED The following were dro their bodies being later in tho day SVM1 I 1 agettoO tt 11 4T HI NK% TS arc t 10 1 L >MTTIVS Jr t 12 I I IN V 1U cgamzed SPEECHES WEH12 MADS Speeches were made by O Briea and John O'Conner The Dohce were powerless, and Jkad to qontent themselves with warning the Vfll 1 II HI C KI I 1U IL TCUX1-1 i 8 BL.OW5J C r FL Ma> j to 1 aio been of mcep onJfTi the hardware store otJ S after tho fire starte 1 it Beached five pounds of in the hardware room an I a terrifie explosion lesultei completely wrecking the two-stoiy frame bin  dibt I cr Smith s distiHeiv Union SaMngs llaux and Trust company lor Bn rfs Hall s elevator, alley laud o Progress Lean Improve i company, tlie Hiier Land an u Iii- proveuient company Macon Fruit Electric Street railw iv Maton and Birmu cr ham ra Iroad Macoujgand mlr< Macon and Savannah obstruction co rt p'inv, Macon and Savannah railroad bb Real Estate aiid Improvement company Oeor gih Southern compresn the Southern True ec and Lumberman, an acid pluspl ate fnctcry, a paint factory, a new system of a line of boats on tlie Oemulgee m er, a match factorj, a tinware factory, Uia Virginia Furniture companj factory Ho i a Electric IJaihraj companj immense addit.cn to Macon kmttuig mills WITHOUT A Jim Suit tli teaven Wife and Children la Olacon. MACQIS, Ga May 25 Julius E Smith who OH Elm street, is without a husband Two weeks ago ho lefft home and has not been seen or heard of since. Smith wras a street-cat er that dfce-- noon he left home he tiu VTfe he had to carry a car to the park, He had about fiftj dollars on lus person at the time and his wife thought ha had been murdered, but in a few days sho heara he was inp a street car in Athens She w rote to Athena, but this was a different Smith. The family 13 in want and if Smith has deserted them ho should be made to suffer It is possible that he has been murdered buttery few take that view of the matter ________ Mr CainpIwiU a Funeral. MACON Ga May 25 fn- neral of Mr James Campbell, who digd m thia city on Friday, took place this afternoon, at 4 o clock Funeral services were conducted at St Joshep's Catholic church, bv Rev. Father "Winkieried The remains were fol- low ed to the grave by a large concourse ol friends Mr C invpbell was an old liaving lived in Macon er fafty years Leg Cat Off. UATOS, Ga May 25 tral railroad passenger train ran a young white boy between Macon and tUia morning One of his legs was cut off A I OK LI HER TV, ew Compress- GEIEE-JEST, Ga., 25 bomber Jias been placed on the ground for the erection of the cotton compress Mr D. B "Fitch, of Atlanta, the -was in tliecityjes- terday making, arrangements for the begin- ning at _ _ Solving the Hard Times Problem. GEIKFLV, Ga., May 25. Hon. Jabs SL. Spatthng county's- repte- eentativoln the last legislature, brought; into- thocity yesterday 2QQ pounds ot lard and 250 pounds- Two Prisoners Take Extraordinary Prlvfr leges With the Sheriff UNKXN, S C May 24 day evening Sheriff Long went up-stairem ths jail to lock che prisoners m their celis for the night There were only two prisoners in chef jail Their name's were George Hates and Asberaore Mitcliell They were in the larga front room, just at the head of tl o stairs, Just as the sheriff was m the act of turning arnund to lock tho door, Aahemore Mitchell grabbed his arms from behind and threw him across the room, and bpfore he corid gam feet, both pnsonero -were near the bottom ol Hie stairs As they were both hare-footed. Mr Tjong's family could not hear tliem as they run down the stairj, Mr called, to hie wife to close the outer doors She sprang to the door but was thrown from it, and prisoners escaped and are still at large Games Yesterday, At was no game on ram. At 9, base aits 12. er- rors none St. Z.OTIJS notlnns, base Bits 3 errara S anti Eobmstm, Wlntlocfe ana At 12, base 29, errors S. Louisville 13, Dase hits 15 errors 2. BaS- Bnggs and Ehretandsyan. Ten imungs. i Co'mnbusa, base hits 11, errora I and Joy. -Widnerana, Morning tuts ST errprs C. Colujnlius 13, oasc 5. ana Joy, Saston aaa O'Coui-er. SPAPLR SPAPLRl   

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