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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               Y YOL. XXI. ATLANTA, THURSDAY JffNE 5, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. CLEMENTS AND CORPUT V i THE SUB-TREASURY PLAN THE ISSUE The Flojtl Cvuntj All! of Cor- put Ideas mid "sets In Motion tlie Mall to Seiul Him to Congress and anceiiten by this tr r to Mibscnbw trotib t put who [rt.- KOMI- Gi, June 4 [sPeciaI The jnin in the congressional (..vmpugn was tired todav and the alignment of the alliance force-, shows that the will soon bei omo genera! al! the hue campaigns similar to tho Alabama gubernatorial tight, may be espe ide-> over this uiuv vlhaiiee IN cha nu ui >f the eve itive committee anil it biname incumbent OH him to open a coiurev-i nil cimpaian which will spit ail all over the stite COK1UT I HI VI VN Certun it is that the opeimiB h i-> been made an I hoth snU s ire at w ork Corput spoke inside the meotui-, todav. and Cle nc: ts spcke after it? idjourncd IVU uitmie tho resolution business went on Imsklv ui I the movement w is atirted for an alhime ci.udulj.te to t- lemon Is I. all sig if fail this candidate will be Corput Mi 1 ctt has bten n bv hit iliianco, bx t Corput seoma to have tlekal "Now tint the smoke lias ileired awa> tl appeir decidedly mixed The allun -omen appear terribly in eunost and 11 rt of in unconditional bv "Mr lomcuts -would h o satisfied them IN t WOK Ot CL.fc.MbMb Th u re 111 the otl ti a great in vny who kc U merits and hear I Inn our organization as your standard btarersm the approaching democratic context won let it be undemoo 1 tuit thej are Jto be too choice of the major.tv 1-et this be made in accordance with our boat jutlg ment J et the minor U fall into line allow mp neither heart burnings or tbe recollection o dU ippolnted ambition to come between them and duts shove self m> and use that power and strength whKli com efforts and similar i of interetts have given yon for tee general lie gmul lie csiut ous isten to> aud beliei e insidious charge-, tint bofnade tho men jou select as Hear in uuutl tli.it tne bhrtwd wary politician n niter sfards full mil that it costs Jc to div de tue people on the monta of equitv of anj question th ut tj coirrb it it with print, pie and lound argu ment md tlmt lot si If peri etuation m office he is rtadv to use s great bcheme to divide and de tr Do this but then stand to shoulW in perfect miitj lie un qu tilth dh true to v md the principles of iiiruitUr and ill ill be weJ] 1KB POPl i. PUI SF Mr Clements reply to tlie alliance (loniaiiJs h id been uiacussed the took shape in resolutions which open tbe congrcs sn nal campaign by setting in motion the in ichuicij that seems almost ctrUin to bring ubuut the recommendation of Colonel Cqrput to the dt roorratic b> the alliance At the prnnni PS 1 o will meet C lenient i> The Coll 1114 resolutions wcie pushed I Tint in lint of and endorse I result tit lit mes- and idnpt the print i R lentil nunciatcd tht, sent meiits and dec i FT. turn ol tht t o) 1 1 arun.rd A.lhan< e f irtl ci That n f the "ante he scjit for pul In ari M H tn tot througli tlie deui octj-tn i tlitr 1 1 e u H --o no r --pe tlnllv the demo (.r iti  is where tho pnceotliugs wtie rut off In the conumf-ee which out matter to the i but it was Icxined from a lea ling all tnronnm tl it tlio bo U adc to 1 i lesohi tion requesting ill the county alliances of tho onth distrn t to select delegates to meet in lit ine on the 18th of J me and select a man who shall be men led to the demtcrUic parfrv for iiomirn. tion at its prnnarj 1 his rtconiuiendation __, __ st ems sine to bo caiutd out There wore stctt-lic-vi i il i uue men here from all tho counties who hud heard of the distiict and it was in a sense a distnc but ie i e the sub treasury pi ui Mr ClLnunts i une downloaded md dis  he dct lined to subscribe to the sub treasury plan and tho deman I for enimcnt coiitn 1 of railroads He came lu ro todaj to be heard on the question by the 1 count y all i am e Tvetit on and did their work and heard him afterwards He was invited to speak after their seoiet meeting adjourned and he did ao but m the meantime the campaign wis started The thing of importance ot the secret mee ing was President Corput's speech, winch was as follows President Corput s Speech Itreihren This meeting has been called by au tli r ty extended me as coxinty president under sc ti jti second of article second of tho constitu tion jovemmg county alliances It baa been called for the of reviewing: tlie i oliticul situation to paos upon the ai tion of our immediate representative m the con gre ss of the V n ited fctates to re ceive and digest his reply t 50 tr res >lutions to council together as to the futuro c mrse we shall pursue in regard to our county congressional and state officers and repre no either our demands or devise means bv which tin y will be recognized to further cement the 1 onds that bold us togetht r and for the purpose ot a more th rough understanding and perfect organization so tlmt should wo see ht to eiiloree our deman Is we ma> acting as one man with one aim and one purpose accomplish by umt> plutk and energv tint which seems to be otherwise dented us We have tried reason have advocated the jni tke mr eauce and have appealed tu unbi tsed f u lament but these conservative means have ailed we have asked for bread and a stime lias been given "We have for action an 1 relief and advice and j rouiises have been EI% en us e must now recognize that the means heretofore omplojcd have been fruitless and in adequate nod that these are not eu< h as will cause the average politician to obey the mandates of tlie pejple His therefore for the purpose of discussing the avail tile methods left us that we arc gath ere I t Retlicr Let us counsel wiselv and n )t forget that while -we ire representatives of the fjrtj  uf consideration M business legislation equall> distributing the pnv Ueges aJTorded as well as the bnrdens imp I the government ib needed legislation not bred in iiariy e me.uses engendering party strife and iKimrin f tbe will of the people but that which risn above therewarlof fi lends, the pun islnt ent >f enemies or the nlaeing of person i1 or p.liti dwhiipersm will be onducive of the in d to the greatest number Vn and innist not the obhv Ion >f party or independent move nients far should this be from our purposes but recognizing two great politioal jiar ties no should part) nominations select "bus policies strong enough to arjse equal tn the emergency and fearles ly acknowledge tliat thcv rp gni-'e first the dod that created the peo I. Ie the needs of the sovereign people that founded the parties, and thirdly, the political eno igh 1 to recognize and endorse i t h the merits of me isures fnm tho 1 r  vho d ire right md face the jeern and n lieule of th >sc who oppose Ti3 h nhtlcatuTis do exist but not in pro teMl nal j ulitieal hacks or It th ret re behooves you to look well before y u 1 lonel C orput was asked 1 supjuso it will recommend one to tlie de uoci itio pirty sai 11 e 1 will tho other counties follow I leal Oh, yes There were representatives hero ftnm every count j in the district except liir tow Those alliances have told to go ahead and they would back iis I never saw a more harmonious meeting he continued e Ind a. fine two they were united As a proposition was put I asked Is there a man that objects" and not one did so It was unanimous An alliaiuoman standing in a group was aske 1 how in my members of the order w ould vote for the man recommt mlfd the order "Ninetj lime one hundrecUhs -Viid how have jou emplojed0 Between I 100 and We have about i the saine in all the comities except Oobb She paid 3145 in dues the other day At ten rents a head that represents 1 members That makes for the thirteen counties about votes" said I ell that gives the alliance candidate the nomination With what we can pick up on the outaide it will said he would be surprised to see thediMsion of sentiment between themer chants and business men here Then after a pause he said entbusiasticaUj Think how terribly the alliance is situated We have a congression i[ committee which has access to anything that an j body else can reach There 11 be many a ghost dug up that will trouble the diearns of the Georgia congress men We 11 show w here thej aie inconsistent Xlie Clements Meeting There was a good crowdatthe cityhillTihen. Mr Clements began just before 3 o clock, but when he concluded awhile after 5 some of those who lived awaj oitirf the country had gone He held Ins crowd well for a long economic discussion, however in spite of the intense heat After Colonel B C Yaiioej s introduction, Mr Clements answered the charge of delay by showing that he had only had the letter in hib tw enty days befoie answering it THE SUB-TRFA5URY PLAN Then he went into the sub treasury ques tion He began by expressing his surprise that it should have been M> stated that the govern nent advances money on whisky, in bond 'It costs twenty fave or thirtv cents a gallon to make whisky, said lie and government puts on a tax of ninety cents This must be paid before the whisky is sold and removed but if it is not sold the government gives the distiller three to pa> this 300 per cent tax COLONEL CORFUT ItsTERRUFTS Here Colonel Corput interrupted Mr Clements is that not a loan0 It is not That tax is due when the whisky is made It is not under the law Must it not be paid before the whisky can be withdrawn9 In that case it becomes duo immediately but if it remains in bond, the tax is not due under three jears Suppose the btore-house should burn whose loss is it? 'If the government had it. it would be the gov ermnent's loss What of the bond? Well, if a man gives a bond he would be responsible Then the government lends ninety cents to that said Colonel Corput, in a tone of MR CTEMFMS SFSUMES "We are not here for excitement 'resumed Mr Clements "We are here tor facts Now, w here does the gov eminent give that man one cent? If Mr Oorput wants to put up the dis- tillery, the government does not build him a ware house make hundred gallons of whisky, ind you paj the gov eminent it over to the gov eminent, and the v allow jou to sell it by paying You hav e never receiv ed a loan from the government I am taken to task he exclaimed, "because they say oui sub-treasury plan is no -worse than the tariff law, the whisky law, the law that es laud to railroads I ask you m the name of God and the name of justice, to give ine something to vote lor which is better than those laws [Great applause Ifr Clements quoted Dr Macuue's testimony before the congressional committee to show that in the Argentine republic, the scrip issued onagri- cultural products was only worth thirty-eight cents the dollar. Dr Macune had said, when asked why he did not put all agri- cultural products in the bill, taat when the cprrectness of the principle tad becu demonstrated tnat would be douo, a aanJMr Clements "Look at the Argentmere- pobhc The proof of the pudding is in the chewing of tbe bag OONTHACTION CAITSES PANICS He said the panic of 1873 was caused by call- ing in of greenbacks else did it This flexible currency would be contracted every ycai, aud panics would come ery 3 ear instead of ery ten yeau Again, he said only forty sev en counties 111 Georgia w ould get sub treasury ware houses, and the tittle counties away off would be teft off Whj this inequality, building the nch counties at the expense of the Itoor and why the inequality whifhdenied the eighty pei cent advance to hay which amounts to more than the corn crop or to rje, or to all the of honest labor in the factories or tho brick vmla Government ownership of 1 UK) he would mvolv e an expenditure of 000 or a hundred dollars for everj man, womun and child in the eouiitrj He knew the people did not want him to for that Ihtyhad sent him to congress two joars ago committed against any vote to in creabe the burdens of lhe people THE LAKifR OF OrMCE HOI This would aUo nivol e the employment of JTO.OOO offic Us Wiat had the and Atlantic railroad done v ith its liO miles to deba ich the pohfrcts of the statep What a difference between those times and the times since it wis taken out of politics In conclusion Mr Clements urged them to look for a remedy in a lemoval of the cause and that vv be fauna in an unequal and iniquitous tarntf It was madness to cure one disease bj exposing the bodj to a more terrible disease a disordei that would bring ruin on tbe country When the years ran out and the advances become due men like old Hutch with their millions could comer the corn outside and by dumping it on the market, dejress at the tune when the government closed out In this w ay the corn might than the eight j per cent and so the government and the whole people would lose To sustain this he showed them, 111 thirty of the last sixty years the fluctim tion 111 agricultural staples had been more than twenty per cent Mr lements was freqiiently interrupted by appl IUMJ and expressions of approval THI- PLV.N Ol Ins brother Cuero, savs not over two thirds of the alhancemeii will folio v the opposition to Clements and that thej are led pimoipallj men who have always opposed him Mr Clements s friends here assert that he is sure to win aud that the alliance cannot rallj a'l its membeis to the Mippoit of the sub treasury plan Cootfca THE KACI IN THt, Hon J T Olivetti Announce Himself Next IWondaj AIHI -ss Ga June political pot in the eighth is approaching the boiling point in a hurry It is authoritatively stated hero that Hon John T Olive of Ogle thoipe will throw down the gauntlet 011 Won dav and step into tho ring with Messis Collev and Law son, and then things w ill bo hv ely only to be placed m i more lively state possiblj if Editor Gantt decides to make the race Collev, n Gantt and Olive four men witjl iiioiigh eret-up and-git about them to make the .'Id eighth howl Colonel Olive bos for some time been urged bj a large number of farmers to make the race and if he enters Monday it wi 1 be 111 response to these calls And there seems to bo 110 doubt ibout his entering .he race The ei'hth will have her hands lull Messrs Colfej Law son and Gantt speak at Bishop next Saturday to a crowd of f irmers and alhaiicemeii Quite a lively time is expected THfclR PEKSI CUTfc.0 TJSBEN BUCK IS BQSS .4JWB fOST-OFWICES A.TSBZS A CASE REPORTED FROM RABON. Democrat Twned to Gratify Cl a Renomination ard. Bob Emng, Bill Sntton and Tom Geer, all of them colored The murdered negro was a giant in raze and strength, and could whip any man on the railroad This was the cause his murder Tbe other negroes all hated nm, and while drank yesterday, tbe ones liuh. den-cL ITour ot them, have lieeb arrested Tlie btfiers escaped" CHATTANOOGA PRINTERS The E'nal Britli Aiding tlie Jewish Immi- grants RICHMO-ND Va June grand lodge of the Independent Order of B nai Brith met this evening at the house of delegates, Presid dent Lov custom in the chair The committee on constitution presented a report recommend- ing that the tune of meeting of the convention be changed from the last Sunday in May or the first bundaj 111 Juno to the hrst Suiidvy in April, or the first Sunday m May that the executive committee be authonred to elect from its bodj a corresponding secretary the latter to sign documents ouly Adopted The following resolutions offered by Adolpli I Laiiger of district 1, were unanimous ly adopted M hercaa clearlv delmed objects of the Independent Order R uai Brith is the admts sion of uniting Israelites in the work of promoting their highest interests and those of humaniU and of coining to the rescue of vutims of persecution and Whereas Through the philanthropy of Baron DeHirach, a fund has been provided and a com mittee organized known as the Baton HeHirsih fund among lunctiona are the scorning employment Fewish immigrants encouraging the establishment of schools and other agencies in tended to improve them in skill ami adaptabil ity tor labor Resolved That for the purpose of more allv promoting objects aud to carrv into practical effe  be organized for similar objects, and to co operate with them in this philanthropic work Resolved That this convention of the grand lodge appoint a commission to cont-ist of one member trom each district who shall have power to select such aids or assistance as he mav deem neceesaary or whose dutj it shall be tOen forcesuch mstru  the number of ap- propriations tbat he has succeeded in getting through for lus district Although he h is a district which is not entitled to much in the shape ot federal appropriations, be has perhaps ;otten more money for lus district than anj other member of the Georgia delegation, and has succeeded in getting splendid mail facih> ties for lus district His votes have always been sqn irely m line TV ith the Cleveland policy of the democratic party, and his efforts havealwavs been expended in favor of the agricultural interests of the country There is no better member of congress than Mr Clem eats THF MONUMENT: TO GRANT It is understood here that a movement is on oot among southern men, who were ex-con federates, some of whom now reside In New York and others in the south, to raise a sub- scription for the Grant monument, as it seems New York will never raise the fund lor the monument to Grant at Riv erside park It is now proposed that the men who fought on the other side come forward and subscribe the ad ditional money needed It is understood some wealthy southerners are already at work on it quietly and that a large amount will soon be raised and presented to those who hav e charge of the matter E W. B Joy Killed Jlim. JOLIFT Jll June 4 Healev, a life convict, who received word a few days ago that that his sentence had been commuted and tbat he would be free next October, dropped dead yesterday while telling lus good fortune to Neebe, the anarchist His excessive joy undoubtedly produced heart disease The dead man was an iron moulder at Rock Island On his marriage day he and a number of his companions ere boisterously celebrating, and in au altercation with a police captain, the officer as killed Tbe Crop Prospects. S. C June crop prospects are better than for a good many years j cotton start seldom equaled. The oat crop iS- tha spring, rams in them. JThfeTIVheat crop Is not art good. recentralns ARTHUR'S VISIT. Tlie Offensive Questions Imposed on tbe Kaflrond Kmployes AUGUSTA, Ga June dent P M Arthur, of the Brotheihood of Locomotive Engineers, passed through Au gust a today en route to feavannali Tlie cir- cular which Manager Gabbett is requiring the employes of the Central railroad to sign is the cause of his yisit The engineers claim that requiring them to say they will not drink and wilj not go where Iicjuor iseold, is arbi trary and an infringement on their liberties and wired Chief Arthur to come down fron Ohio and sit up with General Manager Gab- bett Disease Among the Horses JACKSOJ., Miss June. 4 3 Tn view of the prevalence of a disease among the horses in this county, supposed to be glanders Governor Stone has communicated with Pro- fessor Tracy, of tue Agricultural and Mecnam cal college and expects an inspector to be by the United States governniesS to iw gate the disease The board of supervisors have also appointed inspectors who are au thonzed on certain conditions stool supposed to be infected with this malady, A iSegro Snot June Down yesterday, Bill Thomas, at colored, construction ttam Tgas; shot eiikjtt famfea instantly fciBeot TSxe Woofaag: fcyGeorgo Brooks. Howard Bengali, Ed dsue an Address to tbe People of tlie Country. CETATTJU.OOGA, Tenu June 4 [Special Tho Morning Times and the Evening News wuon printers from their composing cams, and, arencnv operated on contract with lie Printers' Protective association There has been no trouble as a result of the trike, and none is anticipated The sinking printers, howev er, have issued n open circular, explaining their action by omnanng the composition rates paid in neigh jonng cities The circular concludes It will be seen from the above that Chattanooga ajsIeBSmonej than anyeityot oiisequeuce in the country, at the same time that i ving expenses are jnat as high as at any of these talces mentioned, while in some inst-inces higaer And further, the table shows simply the fjrosq >rice for tvpe Setting In all the cities mentioned .bove the advertisements are measured -s reading- matter, making a large iflterence in favor of the compositor tbat is de ned him in Chattanooga These are facts THev peak for themselves, and on them we ask for vour upport The effort to misrepresent ua must fail or we are, as tliaTimoa s iva good citizens who lave everything we possess here in Cnattanooga which reason the Times and he JSews think they can compel us to rorfc for less tlian the printers in any other Ity in the south Tlie president of our inter national organization is now in Atlanta -where he will meet the annual convention next week at which time we expect assistance President Plank 8 last words were I will go and do all I an lor you 1 mallj wo ask your support and that j ou refuse to bupport the News or the Tiraea n their endeavor to crush ua by the fact that we lave homes half paid lor in Chattanooga er> respectfully, ISXFCUTIVK COaiMJTTFE CHATTANOOGA GBVPHICAL A SN NEBItASKA he Town ot Bradfohaw Entirely Swept Away. >-eb June 4 reports re- from Bradshow, a hamlet of some four or rne hundred inhabitants, about fifty miles west of this city, state that the town was sw eot way late last night by a cyclone faix persons are reported killed and twenty five or more in lured Telegraph wires aie down No further particulars can be learned CHICAGO, June 4, 10 a m Up to this hour no confirmation of the reported destruction of Sradihaw, Neb by a c> clone night can be obtained, and it is thought that tho rumors current last were exaggerated Ne >raska was visited by a temhc wind and ram storm, but so far as heard from tnere wab no oas of life or serious destruction of property The village of Bradbhaw is situated in Hamil about twenty miles noithcast of. EJastings Last mpht's advices said that six lersons there were killed and over tweiitj injured Telegraph wiros throughout the west are crippled by the storm FOR BIG The Appropriation for Mortals foi Defense Increased WASHINGTON, Juno 4 resolution for an inquiry into the management of the hsh commissioner's ofbce was taken up by the Tteand agreed-to presiding ontcerr Ingalls, announced as select committee on the bill for the establish- ment of the university of the United States Messrs Edmunds, Sherman, Infills Blair, Dolph, Harris, Butler, Gibson and Barbour The fortification bill was taken up the wend ing question being on striking out two items for the N arbcn-il S248 for the erection of a south wing, and for machiner> for guns, and inserting, in lieu of them, the following for boring and turning laths, rifling machine, ard eightj ton traveling crane fully equipped for the manu facture of twelve-inch guns, at Watervliet Arsenal, New York, A long debate followed Finally the amendment to strike out the two items described and insert the substitute was agreed to 18 Amendments were adopted providing forthe purchase and test of a new infantry gun and two new cannons AU other amendments were agreed to ami all were passed 1 he concurrent resolution of the house authorising the enrolling clerk to insert in the e bill a certain IM> agreed to by the conference committee, but omitted by error in the enrolled bill was presented ex- plained by Allison anJ agreed to It has ref erence to duties on imported goods saved from wrecked vessels The senate then adjourned RUBE BURROW. Detective Sullivan Publishes His Plan of Campaign BIRMINGHAM, Ala June 4 John A Sullivan, in the employ of he Southern Express company, returned to- night from Lamar county, Alabama where he has been working up a for tbe couapanj A part of Ms business in Lamar county w as to locate the noted train robber and outlaw Rube Burrow, which he succeeded in doing Bunow is living quietly in a little cabin located in a secluded spot in tlie wildest part of Lamar county He spends his time hunting, fishing and work mg at a moonshine still He is surrounded bv relatives and friends, who would fight for him at a moment's notice He seems to no fear of capture The express company will number of men back with Sullivan to attempt the capture of the great outlaw, but a new plan of war will be adopted this tune The detectives will not go in a squad, and en- able the outlaw to due notice of their coming They will attempt this capture bj stragey this time Detective Sullivan says almost every man in the localitv where Bur row is in hiding is a fnend of the outlaw, and his capture will be no easy matter THE NAKSOW ESCAPE GEORGIANS Off GUARD. TBEJT SEEM TO BE POPULAR By Which Mr Glascocb Barrett Saved Hi Life, ATJGUSTA, Ga June 4 Crlascock Barrettliad a narrow escape from serious injury tfin? afternoon Ho was swim- ming at Burch's pond, and on diving shal- low point m the struck bis head forcibly on the was stunned by the sharp concussion He drove anto town in his buggy, and coming down Green, street fainted and fell oat between the wheels. The horse dashed off before his companion could secure the reins, which became entangled, in Mr Barrett's fall, but the latter escaped injury by jumping out, and Mr. Barrett was picked up and earned into the residence of Mr C H Cohen, where he received needed attention.__ DeatH of Sirs. Virginia. Moore. GEIFFIK, Ga Juno 4 Vir- tnia Moore, an aged lady, at her home in orth Griffin early last night, and was buned this afternoon Mrs, Moore was a devout member of the Baptist church, and a lady greatly beloved for her many Christian graces She three Children to mourn the loss of a mother. "Mr "W H-3Iooreana SJce. Z "W Hoachin, Atlanta, and Mrs 3 IF Stilwell, of this city. The Oregon Election. Ore., June 4 re- turjis from all counties in the .state give Her- mann for congress, major- ity, a.nd Pennoyer for governor, majority. It-is thought Siat these ma- BUT HAVE TOO MUCH OF IT TO DO- The Atlanta Rifles to Drill This Tne Captain of the Brunswick It ill omen Summoned to Headquarters. KANSAS Crrr, Mo June 4 {Special Georgia's delegation to tlie Kansas national encampment has played 110 part in the worifc today The camp inspection added a point to the three "cracker companies A hard rain began falling about noon and lasted two or three hours During that time the first of the double daily inspection was gone through with .Lieutenant Baker, 01 the regu lar army, accompanied fay two mihtia omcers, went the rounds, and when he reached Georgia avenue the avenue on winch tlio Rifles and the Indiananoha I igbt Artillery live, he found everything in genuine camp- shape The Rirllet. tents were not only ei only and nicely arranged, but they wore unit ho other camps on the grounds Each tefct lial a close plank floor and in each were iieit c eaa bunks In fact the tents alllooked like Uio interior of the home looms of the bojs Around the tents drains were dug to carry off tha water Along both sides were niadD wide avenues one named for the Rifles stale and the other called Indiana The visitors who followed the inspection group gave tha Rifles a unanimous vote for the cleanest most camp like quarters in the camp THE OF THE BLLLKp. GUAPDS The drill today was by the Biillcn Guards of Kansas City and the Maurelean Zouai es of Memphis Both drilled well The progrimma has been changed todav The Kitten were to have drilled Saturday but todij wero placed 011 the b for Thursday afteni xm, and at four o c ock tomoirov., tlie pnze winners will go upon the hell Tlie companies were not allowed to draw for but were assigned numbers in the drill bv tho managers This naturally caused much dis satisfaction among the companies and tha kicking has been long and loud There lias been uiiKh kit king too about other features of the encampment The Kansas City papers e ffn en it very lit- tle attention two to two ind a half columns each daj including a few illustrations The management of the encampment seems to be- in bad hi or with the papers but (he ntanat-a- ment seems to be quite independent of the pa- pers howeier It lias been said tliit the first prize will be paid if the is taktii 111 it the gate. afrORC TANS ON L At 10 o clock last night Seigeint Carpenter, of tbe Atlanta Zouaves was required to as- sume command of tho guard mount over tlie Erotest of Ins commandyig ofheer, supported. y the protest of Captain Spencer, of the Uirles, and Captain Morns of the Brunswick Lti He- men B> Sergeant Carpenter Pmate Harris, of the Riflemen of Brunswick was plated on guard duty at one of the gates Karris is a mere boy seventeen years of age and was kept on his post until three o clock this morning He was kept there because no relief could secured for him At noon to- day when the guaid mount w is mide for tbe ensuing tweutv four houis the three commanding ofhcers i isrtcd the bead quarters and asked to have the Georgia bojs excused. The request was denied notwithstanding the strenuous protests of the raptains of the tv. elve men composing the guard, and were taken from the companies two from the Rifles, two from the Riflemen and oua from the es The other en came from neaily as many states Tins rna le the boys angry and thoSr feelings were not soft- ened when Private Dale of the Riflemen rime off of guard duty tonight after me been neaily eight hours There seems to be a hctie sjstem about the camp, however, aa Georgia 3 soldiers are obeying all and arc happy. WOULDN'T TAKE A HEPIUMAJ.D Captain Morns of Brunswick, has shown the ramp of Kansas City what a southern sol- dier nerve is Today he and half a dozeu members of the Riflemen started across the> drill ground to tbe restaurant At that tnno there w aa no one on the grounds exr ept half a policemen One stopped Captain Mor- ns and ordered him back The policeman vaa quite abrupt and ugly Captain Morns with- out paying any attention to the surlv bobbyL tned to explain his mission don t care anything about that said the officer 'you can t go over there 'T guess you are wrong replied tbe cap- tain "I have business there and I in going, You can't keep us back, and if jou try there will be trouble The policeman called other officers about him and then threatened to report Captain. Moms to military headquarters Tbe captain. smiled and drawing out a card said Hero s mj card, report when jou like now stand. aside Then turning to the Rifles, he said "Coma on, bojs The Atlaiitiaiis, Jed b> the Bruns- wick captain, passed by the policeman This afternoon Captain Morris askeJ to visit headquarters He did so, and when. questioned related his story The officer of tlu> day started to reprimand him when Captain, Morns said I want none of that I II take none of it He then walked ay from tae tent MUSK IN (AMP THE CONSTITLTIOA s special car and the Rifles piano were rolled into the grounds to- day and during the afternoon e been pop- ular resorts The Rifles' quartette has enter- tained many of the belles with happy Tonight in the dress parade the Ritfrt matte a magnificent showing On Saturday tho Marmaduke Guards will carry them to Sv eet Springs as their guests Thursday night they and the Brunswick corapanj will be ban- queted by the Bullen Guards The bojs ara all well and each one sends a message of love to those at his home all wishing sincerely that they were again in the lovely circle Lieutenant Snook will bo officer of the day tomorrow E C BBUFFEV The Buel JDid >ot Talte Place ACGUBTA, Ga June 4 [Special The duel did not come off T and the duelists man c come to Augusta. Friends interceded and the matter was settled amicably in Aikeii last evening The rumor reached here however, that they had left Aiken, and the newspaper reportershad a hvelynight of it The rumo-ed difficulty grew out of language employed in. tbe court-house by Mr P A Emanuel abouC Mr. George W Craft's conduct of a cose. The objectionable language was withdrawn, apologies were made, and there is no longer blood on the moon _ __ Site Had Plenty of Money. BiKJirvGHAM, Ala June 4 Mrs. Belle Joiner, of Louisiana, died suddenly at the KimhaU hotel in tins citj last Sunday. She had been at the hotel onlv a few days. She claimed to he very poor and said she came to this city in search of relatives Tucker, of Monroe, Louisiana, a son-m law of the woman, amYed here todaj and took charge her effects He opened her trunk and found in bills packed m an old wire bustle, Mrs Joiner, it seems, was quite wealthy, bat her mmd was not just right, and sne wasm the habit of concealing large sums of money in out of the way sfccr 'SFAFLRI __ The Xtolce's Manifesto. PAHIB, June 4 duke of Orleans, in- a manifesto to the French conscripts, says tba sorrows of exile aro a mere exchange for cop- favitV ardent desire toserve tho county He asks dear comrades ieep a place for Biro, and ha wiH coma 'YSPAPFRl   

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