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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. ATLANTA; CIA.. MAT 37, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THEM OUT. 31OBE OF THE ISFAXZBS OF SUCK'S HESITATE AT NO VILLAINY to Be Deprived of His Seat to Satisfy the Claims of a KepulxUcan 'Re- ceiver of Stolen The Lee Statue. onl Ca Tho May 2C elections committee ot the house will decide the two Mississippi cases, versus Hooker md Hill veisua Catchmgs, the fatter part of this w cok Tho M ntmiuit of the committee to the coiitestees m both instances, as there arouom.n. totrtcous and membera the house thin General Hooker aud Gen- ot tho republican contestants in tach taie less than votes nor for the sitting jnemlit-x aio so tiling that it woxild do MO- luice to sense of justue and honor whuhlhcioi blit bosses possess to unseat -e iHi TO HE PAID Were then, no extraneous circumstances to i nt> cousideialion theit-foit, both -p u in tain their se its but in the case of Ou on C i both partj nccessit> ami j, itn in thy seitingof Hill (colorel) Iheinfimras le 1 w Inch Boss IL with D isln an 1 his t must be i itihc 1 su'o the slittci from bis oxpirticr turned er to Ouaj and vis row arded with tl o con Quij i ac i 1 Citiln them Si (00 f i ie four Quaj calculated thittltvii o wxswut1! the pme especially .as tlio gm cnniiLiit ha 3 to 1 it 1HIFF RFUV LKDED In 15 PC i-tof Sorsbj a Litt e who made an a UMI as to lut. complicitv in certim eectoi megulaiities Qi a> mate id of send- hesilf ted criminal to the t m c him alueritn e joh in the   acted as a fence for the re i t of stolen and m the latter as a pr te i t a self conMCtetl fclou It is no i ib oluUH that tlw elections coniui ttt.e sbould c idorse s acton b> talm- the st >'cii >o off Ins hands lor tl at r a on cnenK lUbings istobc le] m ed of 1 it it to-ft he was elected a i a i 13 of IM twteii 000 and 8 000 n t the ibstnre of Mr Cooper who 1 ai of tho T irpm McDufhe it will prol a i go until next week t OIMJ TJ RH1IMOM> C s will be depleted on Thursday or Fr lu of this week 03 far as tne so itheiu numbers aie concerned Tlio umeil ngof tlie Jx-ostituent Richmond oil Docorat on -w 11 draw them thither almost 111 a bo ly It is be ici. c I tlft the demon-, t rat on b> 1 e ex c ft. Icra Ob o i this occasion Mill be tho a id most improssive sime tho vrai bomg on Mr. Coctell'.s amendment to strike ont the provision for the constrnctiou of three heavily armed battle ships at the coat of four millions each Mr Butler opposed the amendment to strike out the provision for three; buttle slups He had supposed that the noltcy to gooivand con- struct a respectable navy had. been fixed and determined upon would llof mill for appropriation, for. three battle-ships and. cruiser, but he regretted that itvvras, not ire his power to Tote for eight battle-ships instead throe, as be should do hesitation Mr Blair moied to amend the three battle-ships hj insertint; the foLhnaiH, But tins proiiston shili not be un- til the ernnient of Great Britain shall IIOA e been repuested by the piesjdennto all hei al forces from American aters and to dismant'e her stations in both "Nbith and South Amenta and in adjacent islands and shall e or shall have neglected for one. year to do so Mi Blair his amendment in a manner th it convinced the senators that he intended it to be taken bcnouslj Mi Blair's amendment was defeated and then i vote was taken on Mr Cot krell s ameiidii ent to strike oat tho proMsion for throo battle-ships It -was defeated joas lo, SWOKN IX E W B WAY Tlit Ho ,clt Creek Park Bill by the May house was cillt I t) order hv Clerk McPhei n aud on motion of Mr McRinlej Mr s, of Michigan ivaS electetTspeaker pro torn and tho chin amid applause On ot u f Mr U of Florida tho sci at I M as isstd imreising to '75 000 ti t nit f ot tl o i ub he building at J ixk tile Til lh  sti ct v f t ohtml ia an 1 Mr Vtkn sjn tf 1 tnia called u[ HIL IlocK Cite v park lull The pending motion 01 e made In MJ Llouiit of Geoijj i to la> on the tublo Iho motion made hy Mr Hempb 11 of So ith C ir Inn to reconsider tho TVIIK h li ISP tlie bill The inoiion to table is 7G nijs 122 mttioii to ieron-.idci was agree 1 lis i the bill was pas cas 107 i 1 be bill is A senate bill b it w as aim u U tin various laiticulais Vj the house ill have to be returned to the stnite for OU or bills were passed relat ng to street rath i K biidseb an I other loc il altars of the J str ct ol no general intorcbfc Iho hoxise adjourned A HARD T H.OM John G. Carlisle Tnlies tUo Oalli and Is Shown HU Seat NY vsHi-Kt.ioN May2f Hoii fchnC. Car lisle of K.entucK'v ex sj cai or of tho house of r uppearclcu the flo  In 11 conducted to his seat His disk is in the second row on the extreme i glit ot the pres dent of the benite and was dcioiated with a Jaige basket of handsome n ses He w as there by a unm- oor of democratic sen itora the Kentucky dole kiti >n in the house and other democratic rep resentatn es who weie present to see him sworn in feenatcr Carlisle takes the scatfonner yoc imedbj benatorTurpie who succeeds to Sen a i Heagau who h is token the late Senator P r Carlisle to his place on the committees It is irobable that lie will be i Betk s pHcc on the mitreeo i ii nance ami membership and on seAeiJ alothei nnnoi coinm t ecs Senator was a member of the (ommtUis >n ations im ince and w oman suffi ise The Tariff Bill Mav 2i> Vt tho meeting of the senate nuance coiiimltee tomorrow the t inff bill will be reported to a sub committee for examination ill s subcommittee vill probably be tl e same a-, the one th it prepared lhe enate tte trr the Mills lull in the fift ctlt euiigres Men is Allison, Aldrich and Hiscoct, riu subetmmitto will on tlie schedule within a diy or two as soon as the necessary prc mimary jimtnig has been done Tho i ite of they will be al le to make w ill oepen 1 upm t ie iiiterrui) u i s t their Cessions b> inteieste 1 pcisoiis and de e gatioiia who come plead for tho insertion of their i ow sin tho bill All smh calicrs up to the present time, have been rcqueste 1 to t thoir m tin., rcted by momlieis ot the com be leturned to the sen iiiptiou it is rcted b mittee thau the bill in ate witiuu ten t OX ISIOX ME. SAM: M. ONE OF WORLD'S FAfS. A MARKED COMP-LmlHT TO firmod. But Iffay TSa on Probation AwfaUo May .today appointed Mr fiamuel EL nan, of Atlanta, one of tliereight pommis3iort> ers at for the world's fair at Chicago >tt Wo Mr Inman appointed to reprsaeat entire southeast There are four democrats and four repubU> cans in the commission It is believed Mr Inman was appointed at the request of the Chicago peop'e, who havct. charge of the fair, and was endorsed by Elkma and ex-Senator Henry G Davis He was se.ected as the best man to represent tha- southeast and 0110 whose-1 appointment oalA bo acceptaVo to the people of that entire t on MiTT DA.VI3 VTTLT OffiT IT v Matt Diuib' nomination as posMnoster af Athens w as reported orahly by the sena e post-ofiice committee today He will probablj he confirmed tomorrow Mr C ulton has been working mdustr owsly for tho few days to the Alliance mounted Mr Carlton had brought some EOBEET 1.-LEE. 3XI3I XO .CR6WDS THRONGING TO RICHMOND To Witness tlEb of JHonument to One of Greatest Captaina in v ttie" World's -Elistory, Tgt., May city was decorated today when ram late thla evening stoppe'd proceedings The advance guard of old veterans, cpnsist- of a delegation from Louisiana of the Army of Nortfaem Virginia, arrived m the city to- day Visitors are coming in on, every train THE OFFICIAL THOOBAMME1 To'lowmg is the ofhcial programme of cer- emoires incident to Hio eiling of the equestrian statue of General Robert E Lee Liovemor IVicKannej president of Menu irent association, will call the assemblage to order AftecprajerBy diaries Mmnegerode ot-tlie Episcopal fbnreh, General Early wijlibe intrqducedos chairman, and an oration will be deliver d Colonel.Araher Anderson flie etatuo bv General Joseph E foli iston v, ill follow, amid salvos of artillery :The procession will form -as followa On the .Smith side of Broad street facing north, the left resting on A 1-mis street 1'ol'ce mounted Sto CL. ei marshal and marshals Carrnctswith invited (ruests Assistant Mar shat A w (rarljer in charge OenLral Wade Hampton com withdia strong influence to bear upon Mr ana- tnakei and expected tho nomination to have been withdrawn butr the action of the com- mittee today will pie vent t Tlie story 13 going the rounds tonigtar that bad it not been for the threats of a boj cott Matt Davis would nob be postmaster, but whether or not that be- tiue he is gomsr to be and will peihaps take chirge of the otnco in ten days It is not probable any action will be taken on the Americas nomination this session. During the summer it is expected the black Dudlej s nomination will be withdrawn and; a white man appointed j C Cole waatodav appointed postmaster, at I aw reiiceville, Gwamett county ________________ E W B W FAIR CO-VITMnSSIONEKS Mr Sam M Inman, of Atlanta, a Commie" slonor at Ijarfye. WASHINOTON Ma> president tlua afternoon appointed tho world's tor comiius- sionen at Inrcte as follow s E Bullock, of Henrj Tngalls of Maine as Thomas W Palmer of Michigan, and Oliver ot Indiana as alternate Uichaid Kerens of Missouri an-l Kobert W 1? of Nebraska, alteinate Ldwin H Ammi- cliwu of Now "iork aud Goidon Alien ofi hew lorl as alternate Peter A B of and John W CHalfant of altcmate bamuel M IniranK of Oeorsn and William laudaay of Kentucky, aHcrnale Keiuy Fxall, of Texas and Hours' J Km of lexas alternate Mark TJ McDon- ald 01 Califoiuia and Thomas Burke, ol. asliinqton as alternate Ho aUo binned tho conimissidna of comnua- sionois appointed by the On the north side of Broad street facing south riLht reatuig on street infrmtrs artillery and cavalry in the order named General t An lerson commanding On tlio north Bide ot Mam street facing south riRht resting on Flglith street, tlie following Darned orcamzations form under command eral Henry Heth Ruwm Coiintj j A a Veterans Person Conntj C anJiinfjton N C, C R. cumiuonding -Societi of the Arin> and ]Savy in Marjland B J Jolmson Frederick County Md Veterans C Randolph Page commanding of olumbia Veterans M itli right resting on Tenth street Mexican War A Captain R G Scgtt commanding T Company, Aasociat on of I ouisiana Division of the Armj of Rurtheru irginu H H Marks, commanding West Virvtma eterans Thirteenth A irgiula. lufantrj Blajor Peatross, commanding irgmia Infantry Brigade Louisa JCouaty Veterans Colonel T Smith com G Third Virginia Battalion Colonel John B Purcell commanding With riglxt restln nenr Thirteenth street ArtiUerv H com mftndmg Howitzers and Washington artillery 1 Hill, commanding Otev lottery Hurtwart s -batterj aurt Parker a battciy Eetvveen Thirtceiitli and 1 ourtecntU streets Richmond Light Infantrv Kiues aptam Sol Cutchms commanding as escort-to Lee and otljer camps of confederare eterans in irglnia Grand Commander E M Heurj Should the interval to Is ineteenth street not be sufficient to form all the camps, four or of them will be formed rm the south side of Mam street, tacing north resting on Mnetecnth following organizations will form on side streets On Mntli atreot right resting on Main Catholic t nion societieo will follow the Farmers allianre On lonth street rightTCEting on Main tanners alliance will-follow illiamand Mary college stu- dents_ right resting on %ViT isms in pronunciation, such as "walnut." "wonnut for Assigned to Hie Senate Committee on Fi- "Niwy Bill TON Hay 20 Plumb Off ere 1 a resolution instructing the finance committee to prepaio and n 1011 m conncctio i with the tariff bill a statement si ownip, tl e duties loMed under tho existing laws (hit t.s jts thev -would be under tlie house 1> n in 1 i ut os mijcr the bill to be reported lij t'ie con mi tto suth dntios to be ta cd in puallel co a and especially if the com jmttte ho i Id rccommciid new duties oi an incuast existing tlat es to state the reason 11 i such aldix-on 01 increase In tlie course of disunion "Vlr Sherman sng; gp ed the difliculty and en the impossibility of tl n ruinimttre 011 linanre giants reasons fui rpc mnei liti 11 in e ich of 000 items C cl in the bill The icason might bo but nofr in regard to every item lie m ne 1 to s rike out of the icsolu tio i tin ids in eich case Air J Inmb opposed "Sir bhermaii s amend 3ni nt HP would rather the whole roso- 2ut on d sagiee 1 to Mr Harris labored Mr Plumb's resolution as ab h tcU necessiry for an mteHigent discus- fii n ol subject matter shcr nan s amendment disagreed to Air Ucagan moved to amend the i evolutions So as t require (m ca'-es of compound duties he and ad valorem) a column showing the -equivalent ad amount of duty Air Morrill stated that the clerk of the com inittee was engaged nights and Sundays in prej aring the statement called for in the first part of the resolution but as to the informa tinu railed for by Mr "Reagan, that could bo fnrnshol better by tlie tieasarj department than ly the hnan.ce committee Mr Xlhson to insert in Mr at en I nent the words where practicable Mr where not practicable, the U  toiiau gei cral assembly to iay the permanent c imuntteo isu 11 was announced as ft. 1 1 Ministers of sjnod William Jl CTCLII U l> "No Jtr J lofe sor liiomis S D 1> "NewiorK I ro- fo soi M B Riddle I> 1> Peiinsvhan i I r ilhc J 1 eerhcr 1 L 1) Morris D D O'uo Heirck U Illinois I ioftis-> r AlOMndci D D Pacihic Proi dent Fatten I> L> "New Jcrsc> "W C 1> 15 Illinois Villiam i Moore DD Ohio Iloiiry an I c DD New "York 1 IM I iskino D D 7 I 1 DD ISiltimorc Samuel T Isichols D D Missouri rdn ii 1 li Burk liiltci Iowa Ijldcrs of ul Justi e i 1 im Strong Biltimoro ex: Seuatoi T Ale Mill in Tudgo Alfro 1 Hna 1 1'enn sj h ania 1 mcissoii E Ohio Hcinj B In liana S (nhnan I iikcr fiummere New AVilham Ernest Konticky Geor0e Junkin Pennsyh ama ChailesM Cliamlev Illinois iLldei Junkiu feared ho should not be ab e to serve but M ould hold the matter under advise in ent 1 he following committee on a concensus creed for all leforinod and Presbjtenau chmohes was appointed "William E Moore DD William H Roberts, DD Howard rosby D D Francis Brown D D J? B Wertiield D D Elder E P Durant Henry Daj Judge Robert Js Wilson S 'VIJ' THODIST L.ITJERATURE Election of a Book I ditor by the General Conference ST I ouii May 20 general conference of the Episcopal chinch couponed tins moining The iirst business done was tiie election of a book editor uho-.e OK n ust attached to erv bit of copy that goes out into at the publishinghouseat W H Hamson, who is secretary of the general conscience and who has also been ijook editor foi nianj years, was re-elected by a ote of 154 out of a total of 180 The follow ing committee on Sunday schools TV as elected for the quadrennmm A J McGruder, J H Cai lisle J D Hamilton George A Das-j I R Peppy Committee on churches Presi- dent, Pi osley Mapuire, vice-president, C R Long treasnier, W J Proctor managers, J L Wheat, John Overbucker C S drubbs R M Malbert, O H Settle, W L Harrison B W Bond, O Y Vandeventer, S M Hosmor M H iNeelv R B Parker, J "W Paulett aud B F Carroll The book committee was authorized to em- Sloy an assistant Sunday school editor W Cunningham was re-elected editor of the Sunday-school literature H P Walkei was, on second ballot elected editor of the paper -which is to be established by the publishing house in San Francisco A majority and minority report came from the committee on finance regarding plans for eoitertaming the next general conference After a long debate the majority report, recommends that be raised by assess- ment-on the various conferences on a basis of Beady to Keport Mav conferees on the customs admimstratrve bill tiday con- cluded their work on the measure an agree me it liawng been reached on all oints m dispute There weie ninety two amendment, made to the bill bj the senate and the conferees accepted'u'vtv eight lhe only im sc tied question when the conferees adjourned Satur lay tho date at Inch the law shall take effect Seii eking the Medical Colleges IsAsKMLir Temi May The negroes of Nislmllo aie greatly excited er tho mur lei of tw o their race by white men jebtoi laj an i the subsequent develop ments Hie cold bkoded nurder of Joseph I1 >estcr lay inornii caused considerable us J talk and the murder of last night only added fuel to the A senaat on was cieatcd to laj -when it M as found that E wing s >odj hal been stolen Ctrouer Combs de lositc 1 tho bodj 111 the potters field jester laj afternoon and today the boy s mother and 'rien Is went out to tho body removed to Mt Arr at The newly eonta ned an empty coffin Search warrants have been swoui out by the excited and indignant icla ;n es and all the medical colleges here "nillbe ioaiched THE SrOKTING TVOEI-I> julu reported Llie following bill as a sub- fit intt for the original package liquor bill now im Icr c jnsideration in the senate Th it when an> mtoxicj.tmg liquors shall be tra i rted Irom one state or tetntory to another, or r n ny foreign country, sut-li liquors shall, lit 11 the actual and continuous transport ition of sai t chall have terminated be considered to cease It 1 e subjects of interstate commerce and I e i at t nf the common mass of property within the state or temton and subject to the respective powtrs of the state or territory in respect of all police regulations ot prohibition regulation or tax ition lhe resolution heretofore offered Mr Call calling for information aa to the landing of an armed force from the revenue cutter, 3VEcI ane at Cedar Keys, Fla was taken, up, modified ind agreed to THE NAVY Thesenate then resumed consideration of toe t ivy approbation bill, the pending question Jsorth Carolina territory and 4dd it to the new West itortn Carolina conference Holbton fought hard against thisf btit tlie separation agreed to ________ Tlit> Snn'a Cotton Kevlew. NEW YORK, May made a pretty smart atoance in the opening hour, with July options taking the lead rising to 12 51 for that month or sixteen points above August There Boomed to be few buying orders ana those who wnt out contracts on Saturday got scared The demand thua created caused m the absence of the sellers, the advance that took place Two or three hours of dullness followed, and brokers stood aroiVnd waiting like for something to turn up It at the last call in the shape of dearer spotcotton A fresh "bulge follpwed, Jn winch July rose to 1264 and August to 1238 Other months were comparatively neglected and. In the lasi fifteen minutes the whole marfcet was weak. theTnext crop was only-sllghtly dearer Cotton on spot was dearer, and nearly Besult of Baseball Games Tlie Kacee. Man h 2G postponed base ball at Eocnester Toledo Rochester Syracuse lot sville Ssracu e I luladelphia St Lotus Athletic Philadelphia Pittsbnrg riuladelpliia League] At [Urot lie Five innings rain 1 lul idelphia o base hits errors 1 Uuf l j 0 1 bits 2 Batteries Krell and ioss Keefo ind At 1 Boston 2 base hits 3 eriors J 1 1 if iiinati 4 base hits i errors 2 Tat OeUem -ml Siicllhouse Tlhines and Har 1151 on At Boston 8 base hits errois Chicago J uaDe hits errora 8 Kadbourue and Kellj Baldwin and arrell At ?.ew New York 5 base hits 5 errors 2 Chicago base hits 11 errors 1 Batteries Rusie and Bommers, Hutchison and Isagle At w !New York 2 hits to errora 5 Cleveland 6, base hits 10 errors 4 J Ewmc; and Lwmg Barkley and Hut cliffe At Brooklyn Brooklvn S base hits 11 errora 4 Columbus 4 7 errors 5 Mat timore and Bowes Gastright and O Connor At [Brotherhood] 15 base hits 15 errors 3 Pittshurg? hit" 12. errors 3 Murphy and Kinslow Slavln, Qninn aud Cirroll At Brooklyn [League] Brooklyn 8 basehitslO errors 2 Cleveland 2 base hits 11 errorsS Bat teries Caruthers and Daly Wadsworth and Zim mers _ Gravesend Park Races. BROOKIA-N, May 26 race half a mile, Cml Seniceand (.eraldjnea dead heat for first, Tormentor third Tune seconds The Oeraldme people refused to run off, and Civil Sen ice wins tee race Second race mile and a furlong, TTUfred won, me second Eon third Time 1 Third race Brooklyn Derb> for three year oloX mi c and a quarter starters, Burlington, Torso, Kenwood KtngsbndRe, Cj clone Colt Padishah, Si tamento Lisiiuony Kings Ovn, Centura Torso led the bunch until nearmg the stretch Here the field Itegan to close up, and thc> made the pace A fast one np to the stretch with Builington winning by two lengths from Torso second a head before Time, 2 Fourth race sis. fur'onga Gregory won, Bella B second loo third Time, 1 15 Fifth race, flve furlongs Ketribntion won, Servitor second, Pestilence third Slay -ThetracK at Latonia to- day was slow on account of recent rains First race, one mile, Major Tom won, Vidette second, Germame third. Time I 49% Second race, mile ind twenty Birthday won. .Sam Axrdo second, Koflin Hawley third 'Third race, mJe and one-sixteenth. Sportsman night seeontt, Catalna third111 Time TTourtlr race, mile and a half Starters Out- liound, race half Woodford1wont'3Iitt Voong -1 On Thirteenth street rijrht restmc; on Main street W Islington and Ijeeumveiaity faculty and students will follow veteran camps Organizations side streets will take Uj) the line ot h as their positions are urn m the f llo vms or ler Washinct m and Lee umi er sitv faci H j an 1 students William and Mary col Utj andstutlcnts I rner alliJinte Cath ohc Lino i firemen from t arollna and the city tire depart mei t will brintr up the rear of the column lhe head of column will move proinptlv at 12 m luams street on Broad and the line of march will be d Broad to Xiueteentli to Mam up Mam to Eighth to Franklin outlrankhn to tho monument When 110 veteran have passed by tne of the volunteer troops then will follow the mtantrj artillery and cavalrj and tlie tanners alliance mounted will fall iubehiiidthe cavalrj as they pass On reaching: Mam street this column will pass in lew I the eteran n1) under coin 11 and of C eneial Hetb and will be followed bj them in the order as Jornied hen the head oi column rea< lies ahaters st eet it will he halted an 1 the veteran Inntecr troops and mounted Alliance will form ontli-noitliSHle of tr-xiiklin faciug bouth The mitintrj will then coiitiuue the march to the monument, and will be folio ted bj tlie vet eianiwa-lrj and troops in the order as fcnnert At the monument organization on foot will he massed immediately m tront of tiie grand stand and mounted will bj t'lcir rear and fonn on the left near the monu t down Franklin and tlio mounted larmera alliance will form m their rear The artillen will take position in line west of the in fantry and facing the statue The volunteer cav- alry will form facing the grand stand in the field neai Jlroad street with the right near the artil All organizations will irinain in position until the statue is um eiled, when a salute of en teen guna will be fired BEQREXS General Beauregard has written General Anderson, regretting his inability to be present at the of the Lee monumeut, on account of illness BECOItECTIOtiS OB ROnEIlT E tEE "With the approach of the Leo monument ceremonies everything relating to the career and character of the great soldier w ho led the Army of Northern ViEgmian, acquires a fresh interest Especially timely, therefore are the reminiscences which Colonel Willi-un Preston Johnston contributes to Belford's Magazine Colonel Johnston first saw Lee in 1855, when his father Albert Sidney Johnston, had been appointed co'onel of the Second Cavalry with I oe as lie-itenant-colonel President Pierce, or rather Secretary Jefferson Davis, was anx- ious that tins new organization should be a crack regiment, and in the appointments to it made seniority subordinate to skill and ex- perience Young Mr Johnston was requested by his father to call iTnon Colonel Lee And pay his respects He did so, and afcthe first glance the thought flashed through, his mind "It was thus that "Waslungton looltedt" With his "rich, brown-coloring, dark hair and eyes, aciualmeleatnres and shapely Colonel Lee appeared to Mr Johnston one of the hand- somest men he bad seen His dignified yet easy posture, the poise of his especially struck the visitor Not until eight years later did Colonel Johnston, who had then become the aide-de caiup on Sir Davis's staff, again sec General Lee The night after the battle of Fair Oaks, where General J E Jelinston was severely wounded, Mr Davis told him that he Iiad de- termined to put Lee in command oi the Army of Northern Virginia, because, unlike some other generals, he had urged prompt aggres- sion After Hooker's defeat at Chancellors- ville, General Lee went to see Mr. Davis at Richmond, and. Colonel Johnston then had some conversation, with him. I congratulated him on the results of the battle, and added met a terrible loss, gen- eral, in the death General He said, elmt; "An irreparable loss, colonel, __________man's ngutarm. Why, sir, there is nbbody who moves like him 7 ordered. General -------tomoveatS-o'clockln the a. division, andtSenaialJCackson at 7 with lus corpst and at 9 a'eUwJc Jackson. Was ahead of him." General in addressing me., employed, a cec- taraftecaliaxitT of which I often observed as He spoke very _ Mtt.rrAKV AUDACITY What always struck Colonel Johnston was the slowness of the sautliern people, as well as the nortbeii, to recognize the audacity of Lee's military conceptions This he partly accounts for by {he evenness and self-control of General bearing aud of thought, which prevented who came in contact with him, -and hence all others, from appreciatng the energetic boldness covered under his composed demeanor This equanuniiy withheld him from dome saying startling things which especiallj interest tne biographer or reader It was no the manner with whicli he did things, so much as tue results which he seemed to accomplish easiU, and almost as a matter of course that won him hia re nowu He always appeared to me poised, and to meet great -md small issues with the same careful, jet undisturbed measure of effort In laying out a walk or ttower bed lie was as painstaking as in mapping out the plan of cam- paign An instance of his simplicity of manner ana equanimity was by Colonel Johnston after the battle of Cold Harbor, w hen he of f ered" to take back to Richmond any message de sired for Mi is Lee as if half soliloqui? ing answered that he hardly understood what General Grant had me mt by lus attack that morning since it was too foi a feint, and jet be could hardly expected to break through the confedeiate lines at that point Isaid 'Generil I suppose General Grant will continue to bv left and the hu ka homhij he a ad t ou wish general if I can c mi I an swered 4 Then uleise go I y the Tsine road ana tell C ipLaiii to hi-, batten down the t IiickahoDimj and open on t ie eneinv may induce him to era s lower down He also indicated spe oihcalH the position of the liaUerr the roads to foe token to (ind it ind the position to be lateen li> it What struck me- in this day s inter course with General Lee was his entire lack of self-conciousness and with which hemeteients so momentous as those of thebloodj davof Cold Harbor of us however real ized the slaughter of the federals until we saw the Isew York papers some later HIS RECORD IV FK-U F When Lee became president of Washington c "cgip, after the war was made proiessor of history and literature theie In his mteixourse with- the faculty General Lee -was always courteous, kind often disposed to be rather playful, and he insisted on deferring much to their opinions Then again Colonel Johnston nohed that General Lee er took an ungrateful posture No matter how long or fatiguing a faculty meeting n ig it be he alwave preserved an attitude m 'ulnch .decorum and grace were umted He as a ery well built man with rounded bodj and limbs, and seemed, without the slightest affec- tation or effort to sit or stand o- walk juit as a gentleman should He was m a buiry and all his gestures were easj and big inherit lie a minute attention to the details of his ofiicc, and liked to talk about them I soon perceived that he did not like to dibtuss the ents or incidents of the -n ai He took a great interest at that time m editing the "Memoirs of tho War in South Caiohna and Georgia, by his father, General Htiiry Lee, for he wrote a preface Among the many letters he recen ed w ere some very queer ones, upon which he commented humoiously as he turned them over to Colonel Johnston for a reply Hie latter s work he revised with freedom and with a- critical skill and delicacy of touch which inspire 1 respect for bis liteiary ability He an agreeable comp not exactly nor verv humorous yet exceedingly fond of gayety and vivacity in others if in young people, it went t a boisterous out bieak of He liked to gn e a light turn to table talk, taking that anything he said should not be so caustic aa to vound tetters, tme discovers tins pisryfi 1 spirit in many-oT tnem w-> fnr- mownves, in his latter to the spiritualists who asked opinion ot on Moltke and the L rench wir He wrut- in raplj a most courteous letter in whicli he saiti that the was one about which military critics wmi'd iliffei lhat his own about in itters was poor at best ami that inasmuch as they had the p to coiiMilt (through the r ue Alexander Njpolon W e'hnf, tou ami all tae ot icr ereat (ai tains who hive ever lived he not think of obtrud ng hib op nion in si ch couipanj I remember addressUiff one correspondent for him as ie ir miss In rradmi; mv ctr vft he drew Iiii pen tlirongh the w ord dear anil added the lume, bmiling as he said Colonel I would not the libertv of Items so tender to the lad) and 1 really do not helieie she is de.ir to me General Lee did not talk politics but he felt verv deeply the condition of the countr% ana ex pressed to me several times in strong terms his disapproval of the course of tlie dominant p irty LEE AT HOMF Once the conversation turned on a book about the Custis family the ances ors of Mrs Lee Tho A olunie described one ixen whom her husband could not reform see, said the general looking tow ards Mrs Lee, smilingly it will not do to try con elusions with these Custis w omen They always come out best Mrs T ee made some apt and pleasant reply Another anncdote is told of bis asking two httle girls if the liorse he was riding was not the prettiest horse tbov ever and tl en laughingly offer ing to let them kiss Traveler as a ard for their good opinion He was hospitable and money freely perhaps even had inherited a tendency to be profuse but this had at all events, been curbed by somewhat straitened circumstances in early life when bis means had been narrow for what was expected of him His manner of life was simple, not at all luxurious On the 28th of September, 1870 lie attended a meeting of the vestry of Grace church, and there made a generous subscription to im piove the building Returning to his home a few rods distant, he found his family at the tea table waiting for him, and took his place to ask a blessing on the meal As he with bis hand on the chair the fatal stroke fell and be sank down speechless, never to He died on tho 12th of October SHOT TO DEATH ASSASSINATED BY APACHES THE END OF A CAROLINA MURDERER He Murders Hie Mother-in-Law, Terrorizes the Witnesses and ig Peo- ple Then Toko tlie Matter i RALEIGH, N C May S> September, four miles from Seluia Johnston county, one morning the bodies of Mrs Cenia Brown, aged suty years, aud her Charles Batten, aged eight years, were found in a little brook, a hundred yards from her house Their skulls bad been crashed by blows with an ax They were in their night ciothmg and it was evident bad been, stricken asleep and then dragged to the brook. THH SOSPKCTPD IV LVW Suspicion promptly rested upon John B. Starling Mrs Brown s son in law a m.m about forty old and tlio coro- ner a inauest the feelmtr agat ist hiui ran so> high that hut for the earnest efforts of men of influence he would have been lynched iiv fact a lyaiehmg party was made up Star- Img had alwaja borne a bad name and was feare 1 by hia neighbors Evidence against him n as ery direct and tho coroner B jury found that be was the murderer while luo jury foun 1 a true bill him It Mas foun 1 difficult to procure OA nleuce against Starling upon one point and that was as to tlie threats he had made aga nst Mrs Brown- THK TnsnoBizirn One, an old man said ho lud heaid threats made and declared that he did not fear Star- ling s vengeance Tho trial camo on in Feb- ruarv All tlie evidence as completes that of the old man, feara overcajio him, and hia testimony was valueless Star- ling was acquitted solely on tho ground that this particular evidence could not be had and, ie reason why it w t. i en was fear tarling by the people a statement eeu made that if he escaped convict ou tliero ould be assassination aud iix eiidiansm TUo atter followed, and the people o baen reatly stirred up bj it, as well a-s by cquittal THK FTVD COMES A few days ago a man returned fionx ton county from Georgia He informed 10 eop'o "hat on the of the niur Iorr e had sten Starling in a of a mila i Mrs Brown s house anil tl at lie had art ie 011 his shoulder Ihls evidence settled ing s late About two o dors a partj of viel masked men ent to is house, and took In n out to a bo ly of woods ear by They placed n iope about Ins neck, (Ot tightly enoi gh to strai e him an 1 tnea aotlimiuthe hoj 1 His bmty was foind, sterSav He hat! not been ended from tree but simplj choked shol One end f tlic rope was tied to the bu ly of a tiee near ie ground THK HKLT> An inquest waa bed bi t n clue to the meheis v as seemed II is probable that they eie ueiglibois i[ pears to have een detected by the people of his comity It ad bi en said m my ti lies ifter his acquittal it would be hard for In n to live there A Band of Hostiles lire lipon Two Men In Cllirfcahua Mountains. ToaiaS'roi'.E, Arizona, May 26 body of Robert Hardie, a well known lawyer of Los Angeles, was brought in here Sunday from the Chincahua mountains, where he was killed by hostile Anaches Saturday afternoon His companion, Dr Francis Haynes, of Philadel- phia, had his horse shot from under Iain, but escaped by mounting his companion's horse Tlie Indians fired from ambush Both men came here for their health two weeks ago The coroner's jury appointed a committee to draft a statement which will wiroa to Pres- ident Harrison, reciting the facts of the kill- ing, and of recent outrages committed by a baud of Apaches numbering about ten. The Undertakers to Meet. CoCttUBUs, Ga.T May Undertakers'association of Georgia will holt tbeic annual contention, m this city this week beginning tomorrow afternoon. The conven Uon will be held at the Columbus Guard's and will have a session of two days. About one hnndred delegates are expected to ha present. ________ Ransom May Have to Stay at Koine. CHAEXOTTE, N C May 20 The first primary contest for county delegates to- the sixth, congressional district has jus taken place in Cabarrus county, and was de- cided in oJt Captain S B Alexander late president of the State Fanners' Alliance and farmers' candidate against Biatt W Ran- som, for States senate Mi? FoolTlB Sprained. 3Iay 26 that was at first supposed that the emperor hac sustained no injury hy jnmping from his car xiage (fironf Sleininsen, yesterda; ;hisn3lit foot was tntb. Pnnca ot Saxe- ibis now announced ttet ned. Tftn injuries an -so sovero he is confined, to lus apart 'he SUlp Wrecked on Kocli. Li May2G Anderson, the OiirJHtv, Iuux> t gUi mi __ ie schooner Kiml all He rij i iti that is ship was w refke 1 Ajiril on Ilcnnme's ock fjaiick isiand in Belli ing sea aud en Cliiiianjeii nc One la had ii board one Inn In, I and ten Chinese and orty nve white men iieaily al! on tlio to ie salmoii canncrv on Lanck island Ou tho fternoon of Apt I w hen the Oneidj. had early reached her destination aptam An- erson stated that he made a run ibout thirty nles to clear the southwest point of aland At M o clock p in he supposed ho w is a longdistance from the island Ho could ot see on account of a heavy fog He put ack about three miles expecting to pass 11 the opposite side ot the point ustead the essel struck on Hennine s rock on, he southwest end of the island A was on and in t shoit time the Oneidn was a-   vrere undoubtedlv drowned as thej have never nee been lie irti of The Oneida 1 a 1 on board iiaterial for building and a Mihuon annery which to have been tree ed ou tha si and_______________ They Will Come Back COLUMBUS Ga May 29 Icmocratic executive coinm ttce of Muscogce county met tbia morning an I ordered a pri- mary election for to the legis- ature on June 14th seem to be quiet in this county only two candidates now ucins before tlie people S P Gilbert and G. L Tigner, the former renresentatives from his county, announce then selves in this after- noon s I edger as candidates for re-election to he legislature________ _______ Another Fool Gone AMSTFBBAM N May _an aged twcntj-one j ears attempted to imi- tate o Brodie jumping from the Mo- tawk er bndge in this city jester lay after- noon Tho distance was 500 feet bhee- lan jumped head tii-st and after bt-iking tho water did not His body hua not been ered TELL GRAPH 8RE The Suburban Press association of Massaclia setts was at hortolk. a jesterday Tlie Weber piano factory. In New York, was gutted tare jesterday afternoon Loss OU3 The reunion of the blue and the gray at Vicks- -jurc promises to be a grand success General S. I> Dee arrived last night The United States squadron of evolution sailed, from Gibraltar yesterday for Tangier whence i6 will sail for Klo ae Janeiro ices from Samoa are that British German and American consuls there have established a. new government and hare opened a custom The cases against Genrffe S Oldtield president of the defnnct Home bank AorfoIIc, came up testerday m court and were dis nissedon a technicality Wiflie Chapman and Willard Deane two young sen of Ricumond, a were drowaeJ yesterday _niiUpond at providence Forge eighteen milca. from Richmond Ben Miers catcher of a colored baseball daft, while playing at 'i.ontgoinery yesterday struck in moutn bv a ball thrown by pitcher and inatantl> Uiiled. The Mark I-ane txpreaa of tjondon says Anjeri- can wheat declineti three and that sbinmenta from Aroenca are fay a largp increase In shipineBts from Russia. Governor Bucl-ner has calleu an elecuoa Cor 9 successor to Senator CarJisle. to be JieM- 3lst Tnere ?ire a numb Theodore Haliam, formerly Carlisle s law part- Presidfint Dear, of Mexico, places liztle iriport. of the lir aneoer from tower California, and tne Enmeicnt forces tazepel number of gentlemen prominent In p assembled faeresidenOTof Prenucp Sagasta eomuuttee to arrange for atoit- of ttte Columboa ofenten- Kmrtslord. British colonial secrqfciry, to tbeCJceen irom The addrfes r! r SPAPLRl SPAPLRl   

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