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Publication: Atlanta Constitution June 3, 1890

Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, G-A., TUESDAY 3, VASES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IT IS MATTDAVIS WHO iriir DISTXISUTE TO THE FEO- I'LE Of TBEIK 3IAJ.I. THE SENATE CONFIRMS HIM llr Clements on His Way to Koine to Meet tlie enor to Show Up Ex-Governor Fo raker "WASHINGTON, Juno 2 Davis Is now the post-master at Athens He WAS confirmed b> the senate today out opposition Senator Qolqnitt was not here but hid he been he could have done notlnnn js he expended "ill bis force in trying to kill H before tbe post-omce committee of wincli he is a member Senator Colquitt is however set conndent tl at he will bo able to prevent the confirmation of the 'black Dud Iqy as i ost-master of Amencxia The senate did not bai e an ave and no T, ote on tho continuation of Matt Davis ind indeed there w as no talk on it at ill The chairman of the post-efface committee simply reported it, and was confirmed witnout opposition of my kind He will get his commission and toko charge of the oftice in a few daja CLEMENTS COWING HOME Mr Clomentb has requested by a large of constituents to meet with alliance in Rome W ednesday and to mahe them a s] eech about his recent allnnce 'otter Ho rht. redre es foi home >n ttn of absence from tut house good sioocli 1111> be expected fiom Mr Clements Mr George M E of Decatur, is hero In r i s bill allow 11 g the town of Hjiwktnsville to build a bridge across tho Ocm Igt-o rner at Ilankiustille passed the h-Oitse GHOSVENOa AND FORAKFR Geneml Grosvenor of Ohio is midenbly jxeroibed t er the rig r Tilth which ex ernor 1 uraker ass 11 led his -iiialjsia of the testi in in the ballot box. ease and lias obtan u 1 pinmsbu n to rcnlj to I orakcr s re ply C entral now sajs ho make h s argument red hot and will show up the t no position of Ohio s ex The dunces are thiit there will bo a verv live y mud si nging m itch "betM cen these two rabid rej bl in itcsinen before this controversy is at ati en 1 THE ELEl TlOV I, VVT Tho caucus the house republicans tonight di I n t doci lo upon anj one of tbo national e eUiini law bills as the best one to pass Tl decided that the> should pas a. bi 1 it th s tension and will decide upon the particular n entire at a caucus called for next IhursifU Henry Cabot Lodge so. d tonight tliat congress would certainly not al journ bef ic-111 election law was passed He says this ib absolutely assured SM ILL "WORK It has been reported to Senator Ingalls that Postmaster Russell at Richmond closed his ofhce on the day of the unveiling of the stitue of I ee 1 he senator is too utterly loyal to iiu.li an offense without protest Con soqueiitK he is now busilj engaged to have f os t mailer Kussoll I 01 need He is- "itol Postmaster Wauama 011 this account todi-v with wl at success i-> not known as yet AsTuasell wlio was onlv recently appointed is an iiiti Mahone re] ublican he w il! probably h-vietogo This will relioie tnjralls s exaa- perUel feelings and help Mihone s mat I u c-, and it help in gmng the Virginia dele gat on to H irnsoii m 1891. A.N ARTICLE Speaker Peed ib now j re pa ring an article for the North A.merunii 1 lew upontheqaes- tion of a national election law It will be the must rabid and bitterly partisan article that o er emanated from the pen of tho moon faced despot In it he will endeavor show tliat the i eoi le of the south favor fnuds in elections and or resorting to inr sort of means to win in the r elections He will quote from a number of southern writers among them Governor Richardson of South Carolina to show tl it the people of tl e south say that the white democrats will rule and it will then go on to s iv that the republicans are in the ma jor ty an 1 that the white democrats cannot rule e V j fraud w hich it is the duty of the republican party to stop and the only way to it b passing a national election law MK BOUTELLF S SCHE1IE Some of the rat id republican congressmen fiai e di ered within the past few that I till ommissioner McDonald a Virginiui is a democrat and served in the confederate annj Therefore they are making a very earnest effort to have him removed How ever as the office is under no separate depart- ment t the government other than a depart ment of its, own and as it has heretofore been cons dered a life office they do not think it would do t> him for no othei cause llian tl at he is a democrat] J and was a con federate soldier Therefore there is an effoit being made to place tho fish commission un 1 r the agricultural department This will make I ncle Jerrj Rusk the chief officer and ho will have the power to make removals Then as the salary of the fish commissioner is 000 a suitable republican will be found to fill the oihee and Mr McDonald will have to go Mr JBoutello, of Maine is the leader in tbe movement t W B SJLMSR -1GAIN. Kraey, and to require to pay higher prices mytbing they- had to-buy there ba thing, no. asked1, more likelj, in all Senator Mo r rill Speaks Against the Tlie Army Appropriations WASHINGTON June 2 the senate a con cc was ordered on the naval appro- priation bill Messrs Hale Alhsou and Oor man were appointed conferees on the part of the senate Petit ons were presented from Kansas City rer iprocity in trade with Mexico from Ivow "i ork against an increase of duty on linen 1 indkerchiefs and on brushes beyond the present rates, 35 per cent and 30 per cent, respoctiv elj fiom Memphis, Tennessee, pro testing against the outlet system THE BILL TAKEN ITP The er bill was taken up and Mr Mornll addressed the senate There had been (he said) so much inflation of history in some of the speeches made on, the bill, that it w otild well for somebody to puncture it and he should attempt to do bts humble part in that work The debate had been opened by the senator from Nevada Jones) in a spieiidi I speech in which, that senator had made no argument in its behalf He had cnt lo se from terra firma and had- soared m the air of fint monej That senator w "t51 genius was magnetic a: I tliej all liked even Ins fables, in which ho was the rival of LaFontaine He 74 000 01 f J48 less than three vears belore AIr Morriil went on to argue against the proposition to issue legal tender treasury (in exoh for silver) as an uiiconsti tioiial to the fiu-t that Mr Chase as chief justice, had (like another Brutus) sacrificed Ins nun cmld ongmal lejral tender law) to the safotv of the and to the statement by Ch tries Suninei had sustained that meut-uro) that tho nxtieme medicine of the constitution should not con stltuto its daily form In conclnsK n be said that he was not quite rcadj much aa he and adimretl the great nbi1 tj of tin senators who weic pushing these new md untried theories) to giv e his consent to tjeni In defiance to all -teach ings of Han ilton Storv Bclot and Dan'rl Webster it would be a day fcr the country when tlie highest authorities on the c ustitnti 0119.1 questions- were to no longer hee U d i r icveicnco 1 The conlerence report on the military acad emv nation bill was presented and agreed tj Total iniount of appropna ion made 1 tlie house was (Wt b> tbe sen ate bv the conferees n i c( nlt-reiuo rcj oil the army iltion oil) w w ta up ind the question in iueaid to the provisional to canteens was discus el the conleien ereput bemg to the effe would not benefit the fanner but would prove a serious injuij and loos to him Vt tl e i lo e Mi Ilairts 3 speech the sil v s_ r 11 w out er ai d aftei a br ef exccutiv c session the senate adjourned A I> VTi THROW X It as Suspension Oay in tlie House, But Little Business A.SHINCTON June 2 This was suspeii s >n dav ind after tht nitioduction of a tew bills and it solutions and memorials motions t y stisjMM 1 tlie mles wero m order in 1 tin ler si 1 1 motions omte a nuinl erof local bills w-eie l> issed 1 he I reak in the monotoiij came wl on I odffe of 'MasSarhusetts moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill granting font condemned cannon to Abraham Lincoln j ot harlestown M issachusetts The mo- tion was lest 54 to 5b p to this point 111 one respect the session of tl -c, house w as somewhat loiuarkable The I nil i pat object of the members present and thej constituted a fair quorum seemed to be to kill time and prevent any measure of gen era! importance being called up A bill called up by Mr Smith of Arirona concerning I id an criminals in tlie teintones w is discussed for nearly an hour though 110 attention was paid to the debate The .Lodge bill was tbe target for manj attacks Every inembt r wl o desired to secure condemned can non for an aimy j ost in a district made ob jections and a number of short homo con sumption speeches were made Mr Anderson of Kansas raised a laugh wl en in to a remoik bv Mr Flow er of New lie suggested that all cannon should he used to aid New to erect a monument to Grant On motion of Mr Crisp the rules were sus- pended and the bill was passed authoring the construe ion of a budsrc across the Oeinul gee river in Pulaski county Georgia On motion of Mr borrow of C an forma the senate bill was pas-ed relieving the Union ironworks of San I ran Cisco from certain penalties amounting to 000 incurred in the construction of the cruiser Charleston On motion of Mr Taylor of Tennessee a bill was passed creating a new m vision of the e intern judicial district of Tennessee On motion of Mr Lester of Georgia, the bill w as passed authorizing the construction of a bridge across the bavaimali river near Lester s ferrj Georgia Ihe house then at r 13 adjourned went on to of the two to E innsli relief to the farmers by OVEK THE TARIFF I! I IX The Senate finance Committee Busy WHIi the "Vv VSIIINOTON June 2 Tw o hours were spent by tho republican members of the senate nuance committee this momiiig upon furthei consideration of the tariff bill Tbe time was devoted to schedule D wood, and the manu factiirer thereof Progress was slow consul erable difference of opinion beinj; shown over the rates of duty on umber at the beginning There v as considerable discussion upon the general question of the tariff upon timber but tho attitude of the several senators was disclosed One of the members of the committee today repeated the opinion oppressed Saturday that the bill would oe re ad v for report this week Jsone of the schedules have been referred to the democratic members for their inspection, as there are too irany disputed and unsettled items to make them, of any value to the mm oritj in preparing their report Per-ons interested in the lead ore paragraphs express the opinion that the dntv as faxed in the house bill will not be disturbed The tin- plate paragraph, it is understood has been passed er without action Messrs Mor rill and bhorman will not be with their associates on the committee this afternoon owing to otfcter engagements, so that the bill will then be in charge of the sub-committee of two years ago Messrs Allison, Aldxich, Hiscoefctind Jones Tha sub-committee, owing to the necessity for the presence of Mr AJbson in tbe senate, did very Utt'e with the tariff bill this All the republican members of the committee will continue consideration of the bill tomor- row the heaxmg of the New York importers having been postponed till Monday That hearing will be before the full committee A communication was received by the committee today, through Senator Stochbndger from "the Fine-Cut Tobacco Manufacturers' association, protecting against the proposed increase of tax on manufactured tobacco from fotir to eight cents a pound The memorialists say that, with the privilege of unrestricted selling granted to the tobacco-grower, the manufac- turers hope to be able to struggle, alongr with the tax at four cents, but they insist that an increase to eight cents means great and irreparable damage to their business Contributions from New Jersey. BALTIMORE, June 2 dispatch to the Son from Richmond, Va states meeting of the Lee Monument committee today j itwas announced that been, contributed bv persons in New Jersey do not give Wtgit flames. WEECSIIG THE 1IFLES. ran AJOUFXIS AX KUTSAS TJC31E, BUT JOIN IN THE GRAND PARADE The Zonares Royills Entertjinod in St. KiUeB icailius In tlio 1'ools KANSAS CrrV, Mo June 2 Rziles reached Kansas City today at noon We should been here this morning at 6 o clock and would, too, but for three ugly, malicious-attempts to wreck the train Either one of the three would been, successful had not luck been witb the bovs Mv telegram from fat Louis last night was w ritten on tlie tram bofoie i caching that place and was filed the union denot When it was w the programme designated in it w is laid out The train with the Zouaves and the St Jjotis mill tar> waa then at tlie junction waiting for the Kirien and only enough time for a burned supper was the boys Immediately after leaving tbo denot the air brakes re fused to work and investigation ealetl the fact that the hose undei the Rilieb special had been cnt in two The knife which parted the air tube w a-j sharp and did well and cleanly The cut tube required a delav an 3 the tram with fhe came on A new link was placed in the air brake and the tram started on the last section of its long run Soon after leaving St Louis Walter dozaand Ed Harrison, went up on the engine to enjoy a moonlight night The engine was a quick and tbe engineer owe of the on the Q sjstein He had hisuiadmie wide open and was doing all he could to n akc lip the time lost in repairing the cut air brake. when a. second attempt to ditoh the showed up eighteen miles out of the city The trim was IIIOA mg at a speed of miles an hour when the engine jumped the track A cross tie on the rails had tluow n it off The night was a bright one almost as light as day and just before striking the tie the engineer saw it He reversed his machine and when the wheels struck it the tiam was moving quite slow Messrs Gori and Ham son who were on the engine when it went over the tic are still relanng their feelings just then The delay caused bj the ditching knocked the special entirely off its schedule and when we started out again the tram was a wild one But tho iccidents were not over At o clock when forty miles from St Louts the engineer found a box car on his tricl ne ir a switch He found it m time to an aid dent The three incidents aroused the fear of evei one and the suspicion of nearly all Mr Blake passenger agent of the Bulling ton who w as on the train opened coinuuunci tion with his general manager relating all that had transpired 1 he general manager became interested m the case and oidered a pilot to engineer the road IH front of our tram for over 200 miles That engine ran about two miles ahead of the Rifles special, but no moie accidents occurred and at jioan, s were alt well worn out At tbe union depot a de tachment from tbe carap met the company The nnrelied through the oitv m fine style At the giomuls the tents were pitche I and then without dinner the boys went into tbe parade The march wis one of miles, but none of the companies stood it better th in the Rifles The Atlanta Zouave1) were in line too So w ere the Riflemen of Brunswick the boys who suppressed the Jesup riot last Christmas At the camp notlimj, has been done except pitching the tents Tomorrow, the drawing will take place and then the will be gin The programme as laid down is Tuesd 13 6 a ni Gun fire and inarch f 0 Assembly 30 I racttce drill 8 Recall 9 Inter itate drill from J-W till noon and 1 JO till 4 Mmm battle from 4 till G Grand mount and dress parade at 8 At 10 o clock the general sol diers informal hop will be giien in the exposition building Mubic furnished bj the Third Uegi ment band 1 rofeasor JLegg floormaster drill for new companies at 1 JO After parade a pj roteehnic di'spluj of infantry drill and be ginning of Zouave drill at 0 JO J- of the Zouave drill anil be ginning of the artillery drill In the the military officers bill morning drill and the racing matt nee and in the afternoon followed by the battalion drill Grand review parade and band concert by tbe Third regiment band SundHj and religious ser vices In the afternoon grand review p irade and band concert by the Third regiment band Monday June of drills and award ing of prizes by Governor Francis The Georgia companies are widely sepa rated in the camp, but the boys mingle in the moat friendly way The Kifles' reputation has preceded them and they are tonight sell in the pools with the Omaha Guards second Captain Moms who com mands the Brunswick boys, thinks his com paii> stands a good chance for place The were entertained royally in St Louis yesterday They w ere given aii elegant dinner at the; Lmdell and a drive er the city Then late in the evening a magnificent spread was laid at the Walsh armory for them Tomorrow the fun will begin E C BKUFEBY fILLMAJS1 OR TSDT? JTJf SOUTH ISSUES BnaBJNGTHE WHITE VOTE Fears Safety of Democracy if Tlt Attempt to Seize tlie Faefy. rova S C Jane 2 Tbo democratic party of South Carojjna la jost now on .the- ragged edge of the biggest split er rent a political party m twain The little edge of the Tvedge waa'driven on the 2Gth of March by Mr B R riltman, a brother of M.r Georee 0 Tillman, who for the past twelve years, lias represented tbe second con gressjonal.district of bo.ith Carolina at Wash- ington as congressman, is at odds with the South 0arolma democracy on the subject of the tariff He is said, to lean towards protection while tbe palmetto state democracy is fighting for tariff creform His brother, Bon Til1 man, who is tho alliance candidate for has heretofore dodged the issue and is not com- mitted one w ay or the other Tilluiau or alliance movement will be bitterly fought by the regular democntic organization of the state and it is not improb- ble that a split in the party will take place in September next when the democratic state coin cntiou meets The Tillman faction an iiouuce that they wtll stand by the nominees of the democratic com entiou The regular democrats also announce that they will do the sunie THEI ATBNK1> HPSORT TO THK NEGRO VOTF But it is almost certain that one of the two factions will resort to the negro A large element of the democratic party will not consent to the nomination of B 11 Trll- inau for ernor On the other hand should Tollman be de- feated in the convention it is not improbable that his fnends TS ill also appeal to the negro vote Unless a great change occurs between IIOTV and September in public senti ment there will be tv, o democratic tickets in the a" the negro will hold the balance of power Tne Tillman faction announce their intention to apportion the representation of the arious counties in the state democratic co-mention by tlie-iiumher-of white democratic votes in the counties The effect of such an apportion ment would be to concentrate all the power in a half counties in the upper por- tion ot the state where the white people have a majority of the population Iea% ing the middle and lots er tiers of counties where the negroes arc laigelj in llit maioritj almost entirely uurepresented in the democratic state convention THF COJ.CRESSION VI FIGHTS Perhaps tho most interesting-feature of fhe coming campaign is the tights in the congress lonal districts There are every indi- cations of a deal all around The state is entitled to seven representatives in congress Of tins number at the expiration their present term The entrance of the farmers Alliance into the political arena has complicated matters to a c It is sate to say that there BOUGHT BY K. Tlie Sale of tlie Street Car Property In Augusta. AUGUSTA, Ga June 2 Augusta and Summerville railroad, wJaeh has done street car business in for the past twenty odd years, also- has privilege of the streets, aac ceives a royalty from all railroads for cars passing through the city This royalty pays annually to the street cajr company, whose charter has six years longer to run All the railroads -entering An gusta btit one are under the Richmond and Danville, so that while the royalty is paid by eight roads, practically it? is all paid, bythe Richmond and Danville system, hence there are good grounds for believing the sale of tbe road, which, was made today, was to the Richmond and Danville company For a con trolling interest the company the purchasers paid which will be saved in a. few years in freight pm ileges The Richmond and Danville will probably dispose of the street rail-nay privileges A company of capitalists in Atlanta, Au- gusta, Kansas Gitv and other points methere today anfl have lieen in- consultation about the purchase of tlie Augusta and West Florida, railroad Consultation -wdl result in the organization tomorrow of a strong construction company with. J, J, Jamea presidentra3id -with ample means to build The Florida jcaiiroad. is now building-front Augusta, mid under the new constructionjtxmipaiiy will ahoftft fore tbe republicans keot out of the fight congress- in all but two of tire districts ir the first and the seventh "U ith the prospect however of the passage by congress f i federal election law the republi cans will run a man in each of the dts truts upon the hope of a split in the tlemociatic partj and taking their chancrs of a contest Tl e republican idea is to divide their votes bhould there be two democratic state tickets ID the held, and to work the congressional elections 1MK SITUATION TN THF DISTRIf TS Tbe following is a siimmarj of the political situation in tbe various congressional districts iirvt district, Mr Samuel Dibble who has sen ed six or bev en terms, has announced tliat he will wot be a candidate for re-elecfcion The following gentlemen are announced as his pos sible successor "W H Bramley E Met rady W A Courtenav democrat C liarleston county H A, Motz county democrat M P How ell Colleton countj democrat "W P Murphej Colleton county democrat T Slopec Colleton county alliance S W McKinlay colored re publican Charleston county Simeon Corley, repub ican hexHigton The first distnct is safelv democratic, pro- vided there is no in the partj In the second district Congressman Tillman will make the fight to keep his place and will make it on tbe alliance platform The follow ing candidates will oppose him Robert Aldrich, of Barnwell G W Croft, D S Hen dersou J G Fvans, of Aiken, M B Me Sweeney and T W Moore of Hampton countv all democrats The republican cadidates for tins district are Delaran Yates, white, Fred NIK, colored, and" S E Smith, white Mr Tillman had a bard fight m 1388 for his seat He will e a hard nght to retain it in 18110 bhould theie be but one democratic candidate tbe district will go democratic by a large ma- jority In the third district Congressman 5 S Coth ran hat, announced his intention todeclineaic election The candidates in the district tan be numbered the score Here are some of them C Benet, D K Harris R W Simpson R B Bowen, R A Thomp- son S Pope Rev J A Shghe E B Mnrry, R A Thompson, W P Calhoun, George Johnston, J M King W W Russel and J A Brjce, both white This drstnct is also safely democratic Congressman Perry, of the fourth district, will also retire. The following Candidates are tu tbe field for his place W Shell, M L Donaldson, R M Smith Regular R Duncan, J C Haskell, George A. Douglass, John Brat- fon No republican las as jet appeared In the field in this district In the fifth district Congressman 3 3 Hemphill has but one opponent F Whit- lock, an alliance man, is said to ta the- field The republicans have not brought out a candi- date as yet Congressman George DargaiMs a Candi- date for re-election in tbe sixth district He will have no republican there is a split in. the democratic narty There are. however, several candidates tot his seat These are Govertxot John. P Richardson, T. Stacknonse. B P Barron, J McCtrtchen, and person killed so far as known The Milage is a small one, and tbe material loss is therefore not laige The rner h is subsided to its usual channel but an all daj search failed to eal auy further dead CAX.X. OX CHIPX.EY S CIRfUL4.K Tito Senator Says There Is !ho Tratli In It June the senate today Mr Call using to a question of person il ile-jo referred to a pamphlet published against him bj W D Chipley copies of which bad been mailed to the senators In it he was charged he said, with swearing disgrace ful transactions, use of his senatorial kiiowl edge for a land deal, disregard of the decisions of the supreme court bossism and many other improper acts He declaied tliat that paui phlet from itsfirt.t.sentenee to itt> last, was a falsehood, that it did not contain one word or syllable of truth, that even its commas, its periods, Tts semi-colons and its quotation marks spoke falsehoods There was no part of his public or bis prrv ate life which he could not defend or justify But tbe truth was that tbe pamphlet was intended to protect appropriations of public lands 1 lorida by It was a conspiracy legislation in behalf of the people of Florida There was no politics m it either democratic or republican It was a conspiracy by corrupt methods to prevent such, action on the part of congress bj traducing him and by producing on the senate an impression derdga tory to him and his character THE HEBREWS IN RICHMOND, Address of Welcome to the B Nal Brlth by the Mayor. RICHMOMJ Va June grand lodge of the Independent Order of B iiai Bnth as- sembled in tlie hall of tbe house of delegates todav Major Ellison was introduced b> Per mauent President and made a speech of welcome to Richmond to all the del egates and their guests Wilhain A Cans, of Kew responded Tonight the Jefferson Literary and Social so- ciety entertained the delegates at the theatre ToLiorrow night there will be a grand banquet Wednesday afternoon, the delegates will be driven over and suburbs and at night entertained by the Mercantile club There will also be a number of private entertain, meiits and the most lavish hospitality will be dispensed by their resident Israehtish fellow citizens THE SPOKTING Result of Games Races. At 12 base kits 18 errors 7 Brookljn 7 base Iiita errors T and Cross Somilera anil Bailey At TSew ork G base hits 13 errors 0 Brooklyn 4 base Juts 5 errors 7 H and Bucklej Caruthera and Clark At New 10 hits errors J Boston 7 base hits 1C errors 6 and twmg Kilroj and Keilj At 7 base hits i errors 3 Cleveland -0 base hits errors G. and tarrell Bakelj At base hits 11 errois 4. Boston 14 base hits 2l errors 2 bmitli and Clements, Jiicliola and Bennett At 1 base hita 6 errors 4 Pittsburgh base hits 3, errors 4 Bat- and 3lack Maul and Carroll At U, base hats 13 errors 0 1, base hits G, errors 14 amV Kittredge JLawson and Berger Morris Park Races >EWlORK, June2 race mile and a. fur long ton won Niagara second, djpsy Queen third. Timer raefe one mile Clarendon won Dr Hel Time! 41% Third race half a mile Mary Stone won Oold Dollar second, 3LirtHa Washington third. Time race, "fiTe furlongs, Claudine won, leconut-Svantniliiiie Tune Fifth race. Six furlonffs. Civil Service won, third Time! seven ftirlongg Jlrab won, Dalsyrian eeetmd, Felham tmrd. Time I At Srigliton Beacti. Eaioirrox- BBA.CH, June 2 race seven .Addle won, Pocatello second, .Student third. Second? race, seven, furlongs, Supervisor won, Lancaater second, Tune, 1.20 TtoirtLrace, Italf a mue, Contesa won, Francas S second, Ecpent third Time, QJ5Q Fourth race, lattle Jim won, Zepbyrus Becond, Sbotover third. Time, 3 56 Fiffli-iace, King Crab- won, Reck sec onji, Beclare-third. 42 LEice, seven f ocknjgs, Jack ZEose [colt) second. Centaur Time, 1 five furlongs. Qsceola won, Pnnce Edrcard-aecoiidj Time, 1 ane First tace, mile and won, BrovrnDake second, third, Tunel Second xa.ce, one mile, Cnde Bob wtm.Ptince Fonso second, Oatlook third. TimeJ Xfiurd and aairteenth, Hypocrite won, CatalpasccfflDd, Climax tbird- Fourth statea, mile and an Bowline second, HE DID NOT SAY IT. 5. GLADSTONE CORRECTS A ABOUT A SPEECH RECENTtY MADE. tlie Mitchellstown and Sibe- rian Outrngw W ere Parallel marclc and Biographer June reassembled today after the Whitsuntide recess. In tU0 house of commons. Sir James par hamentary secretary for foreign ofhce dechnett to lay on the table papers relative to negotia- tions with the L nited States concerning tlifr Bohnng sea trouble until the question la settled Sir James also stated that neither tlie French nor English government had received any mforination of landing from a French sbip of men on the coist of Newfoundland who ordered Newfoundland fishermen te remove their nets and upon refusal to do so removed them themselves He was sure lie declared. that officers in both English and I- reuch ser- vice could be depended upon to a conciliatory attitude pending an arruigeroeiil of the Newfbu-nd'aud fishtnes troubfe Tha has every reason to believe thit the alarmist reports concerning the situation of affairs in "Newfoundland are incorrect Gladstone m reply to questions sent him by the liberals m Glasgow denied that he ever stated that the shooting affair Mitchells- town Ireland, and the Siberian -itroLities woro parallel outrages Though he ho spoka of them together he did not desire the in- ference to be drawn that he regarded the Mitchellstown affair as equallj a.s bad as tbe outrages perpetrated bj the Russian officiate UB Siberia Kismarvk. s Blosrnplier BERLIN June 2 Bismarck's ngltt. hand man BucVer in now w.6 Fnetlenchsruhe, is arranging the prince s pa pers and selecLjug material for a biography being wntten by Herr Posclnnger lha biography will made a vehicle for Bis marck N confidences It is rumored that in tha event of Dr Peters joining the mm commit- tee the Emm relief expeiitum will p'aca the remainder of the fund at their joint dis- posal for further explorations The Hamburger defending Prince Bismarck from the reproach that in his interview with Russian and Bteuih journal- ist ho has confided in enemies of the empire, decHres that only those desire war object to tbe mten lew in question Many of the freisinnige associations have? resolutions declaring that the military bill should be defeated unless the term of ser- vice bt reduced A VA.TLIL.Y IN THE FLAMES. Hurwioi; of a. Tenement 111 St A Struffgle for Life ST Louis June 103 Franklin avenue the second floor of n occupied as a tenement hj several f inuhes and tha lower floor as a paint shop was discos ered oa fire about J o clock this mormng Tlie firo started on the second floor and burned for about half au hour before it AVIS discovered. "When thenlarm was turued in the fire uaa well underway As soon as the tiremen ar- rived a stream of water was turned on the bumiug buildin-j bnE no effort was made to rescue the occupants until loud soreams from. the second story indicated that tbero were Itelpless neople inside The iireuien entered and found tlie fainilrof "Wolf struggling in the smo'ce anil flames in the two front rooma Mr Wolf frightfully burned and was lying helpless oo. the floor His w ife and o chiJ iren w cro also Burned and his old man nearly seventy jears been Hinotherel to death in his bed Charles tLiuss, who OLUU- pied the rear apartments with bis wife and LIU Id had just left to go to woik aud Ins uifa and little were caught in the names Mrs Hauss could have but her little boy was so frightened that he rau under Hie and in the frantic mother s efforts to s-ue her child she was dangerously burned The child was found in an unconscious condition Tha mother is able to speak. The injured w ere ail taken to a dispensary, where Wolf is not ex- pected to The ery of his two chil- dren is also doubtful though Wolf may pull through The Debt Statement WASHINGTON June debt statement sned todav is as Reduction during May of S 6 60! 871 G9 Reduction since June 30 "8 us 7T Interest bearing debt 800 04 Debt of all kinds I field certificates outstanding 1.0 W9 00 Silier ceruncates outstanding 294 G5G Qxt 00 I- rat tional currency 0 OU OiO 9T The Salem Commencement. SALEM, N C June 2 Female academy commencement lasts threa days The baccalaureate sermon bv Ilev. Charles Byrd of the Fayetteville Methodistchurch was an eloquent effort Thai subject was tue 'Character of Kuth Tho platform was Decorated with water lilies Handel's Hallelujah chorus was magnificently rendered by the Morat tan choir under sor Mark Graff B direction accompanied by the orchestra Miss Evans s solo was artistic- ally sung President Clewell was busv all day- Mend ay receiving Msitors A Lyncluns in BXiHsifMippi NFW OSLKAVS, June 2 Picaj une HaGt ticsburg special saya A nep.ro named Oeorga Stevertson attempted an outrage on a Mrs Deannan, a few miles north of here Fri- day night He was cuptared and after com- paring the trades made with Jiis and finding them to be the same, ho confessed. Two mem started to Augusta to put the brute in jail and about eight or nine miles from there at dark, thirty or forty men overtook them and toolc the negro and hung him to a tree A Family Cremated DETVEB, Col Jane 2 Durango Cal., special to the News bays Mrs Robert Mor- row, yesterday afternoon, attempted to light A fire with kerosene An explosion occurred, which set fire to the clothes of the woman, her four year-old son and baby They were all three cremated in tbe house which was burned before assistance could be rendered TEtUGHApff Bond offerings yesterdav, all accepted at 3 22 for fours A severe-sheet of earthquake occurred, in L JDJ- yesterday man ing Charles W- Ide was yesterday e'ected presideoS ot the Jvew York cotton exchange The sbos firm of Wetherel Fnce, Providence, Bltode liJand, failed. LiabUttfes, 005t assets About half. The police of. San Francisco refused to allou? Feter Jaeksonand Jack-lslttouto siKWtwj rounds m an opera haute last Sunday G R- Davis, of was yesterday ap- pointed receiver of tUo Chicago Gas Trust com- pany in. bonds ot S300.000 Tlie Merchants' >ational bank of Jacksonville, Fla., has been authorized to commence business with a capital of Governor Fifer of Illinois has announced that lie will call a special session of tbe legislature on Fifth five ana a half furlongs, Emrus, FjEeid> Jeann-ntc third. Eeprcsentatire O Indiana, tatrodnced-a MO mtfie house to pay eacb wlio was mnaterea dimBg the late trar oTCr s i B. -u Ife.: SPAPLRl WSPAPiRI ;

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Publication: Atlanta Constitution

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Issue Date: June 3, 1890

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