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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., SATURDAY MORNIHG, JUNE 14, 189Q. PKICE FIYE CENTS. EAUM'S GUILT, -WORSE THAN THE WHISKY KING She ermnont to Bo raxidert Out of 3111- liim-i of Senate Tariff B1U Heady to Be Beported. June 1 indications, Pension Commibsioner Green K Kaum has imolved the adrmmstrx tion in tin bvg-st and most disgraceful scan dal since the days of Grant ind the v-hisky winch, curiously enough, Kaum in i connected irioral runner who Licked out Of oftiie f r working the pension bureau Amen m the art ol his oflu lal pv, t n 11 aUaiice hispm Ue fo-times when il of IVuun, if one half of the report-, art iruo i c cl Iwo many raimficitions and t d to and promise to another tiroii tf the Vn epitome of tl 1 a ,LS iro that ho his Mrtuallj- truled a M n a class of cases for an en itn from r lemon the notori on 11 su n shark 10 a.s the of tl L 1 t ISK n on notes twentj U o ui I dollirs II it ho is runn ng T. Imso pn% Ue at n In iits-s ind usuu his 11 sitioii and his E c his that IK, i iimiie, i ito i business tlm h 1 s n in bj In 0" business into tl 1 Tii Is of tie nr n 1 e j In- m t nt h ind into the other thnt he and j Kotcrtl1 IVittr of tho census buitau aro il ot iu that tho information from tho -con i s; to sold trs and wul f tin lite-nar is to be tunied verto k j l 1 nil to his. for use m solicit 1 t i unts in a wu tbp In In. tun n hut mj --no of then Is grave en i l K uiiusmst int dismiss il 3. he itiuiial this eoiituns an CM sin wl u h es back to the time Tilmi w lie was  irl led fi r motion to into executive session ami, i briet exeiuthe session the senate at G -0, adjourned till tomorrow THE SUX1XK.V THE SCENES in THE COURT-ROOM. The Ladles Take Possession of tlie Court- Room and Shower Favors Upon Qwilclc Verdict. A Few Amendments Offered and Adopted in the House M Tune U alterreitling tht j urntl went into eoimmttee ol the Mr Utirr >ws in the chair, on tho sundry cml ro I n iti n bill "Mr C miion said the amount of the appropria tu u c irric I I the n easufe v- xs in round num h 000 000 This wad MO OOO 000 than the entnnates and SU 000 000 less than the regular and spec lal estinntis Tht. sundry civil 1 the current year pro vulf 1 1 rtli cxiendttuie 0 OUO riie ap par tins Till more tlian 11 pr th li bureau of and printing Ltetl census i on t IIPII ive i of the attitude of iintx n 1 illb IhetnH bill not rep- rt tl to sc was thf ueiiiral d Hi 1 ill and thn w nikl 1 reported I efoi" the clo-M of the fiscal Hit re tiding the sundrj civil and the In the bcnate committee on appro priatiinis tbe ultural and It niatic 111 It st ih o 1 illt ui I in tht ite conunUtee t o 11111 i the mi r and h irl r bill lending M.. 11 in the 1 ill ThP InrtiP a naval Hi, il ill hull isstd In III h uses witl im i liutnts "llio tliati t nl ilumlii conftrei idojittd Inserting new il H i d jj m na i ilrtaci% in till the ite ot the bill bv and pen-n n ei t A t u imenln it i tli I ill v Mi oolni'lit f Kcntu M moved to stuke   The nen It-is of tbe oinmittee are ver> close n utht I ib nit hit his been tl no bit it i It ir e 1 tl xt most oi tho s 1 ulules ox cei t AH 1 ullous h o bee i runed tin 1 turn ei These p xpln hten 11 tit coiuorm an reached D> Un the we Sen minuCae turr it their nieetii s in this c t> Quite a ni ilerof additions e been made to tbe free list and of two hundred and fifty changes 1 jnade fully two hundred and foity have been in tbe direction of icluccd duties It is un derstool tl at tho of b uar are to bo a slip.li addition il ton by lower tli line from lo to 13 Dutch standard THF N 41 FT F 1 ION L There is considerable tlis. ictiori the of tho house ft the ciucus dt, i n to i a nation il eke K 11 law re ptbl can meiiihor todaj   men on hij> side tht li wlio bit ci to the of Jsuch a i n t, i-suro t it h of tht in h we ci h i% c bills I tl int passed at tli s session nntl should tl belt the caucus acti n Tied ill see tint tin n ires are defeatt 1 Ibcrefore while i 1 so the bill thej be foiccd into line nil tho chances aro when the i oto is tnktn tho reiublicins will show a solid fiont llio iiojlo of telearaphed tt th ike this n pi 1 i a 11 is rtjt f1 inj etniK cm idtri mimtuc i >M. mil tht h i se s til so tl) U tho eMiunp: nl r the etnsider ttn u ol 1 mate ptnnioi I he ei en i s -w-ic n wisnitiroid f resu ts Tlnrt1 I riv ito pel n 1 ills lint a U in od to the il thn I r i U 1 it none were pv tin 1 o tst at U) 0 a ij urm il LEXIKCTOK, S C JaaelS of the briefest trials importance on record in ScAtU Carolina, was that which ended this evening in this pretty little village, twelve miles Columbia On the morning of May 5th the cotmtt lail here was forcibly entered by a mol) of seventy ill white men many of then masked, and Willie Le iphart, a yonng negro connned m the jail v as shot to deatli by them, in the iron cage encasing his cell LriPHVBT'S CRIME Leaphart had been convicted of outrigmg Kosi Cannon, a white woman of the noighboihood, and sentenced to deatli He was to been hanged April llth but upon the plea of his counsel that nen idence had been discovered, the governor had respited him and ciused his removal to Columbia for safety A delegation of prominent citizens of Lex ington pie iding their honor for his safetv and his leturii to Lexington ho was brought bick the Ijiiching tho first in the historj of the county, Attornej General I'arle came to J exingtoii and had warrants, sworn out for Franklin, C ilhomi Caughman, and 1'ieicely Tulor the only Ijnehers. against w hom thci e was evidence THE TRIAL UFGTIV Their trill began here this morning Solicitor Nelson representing the state and two able lawyers the defense Two of the lawjers were members of the committee who had pledged their honor for Leaphart s safety, ind one of the jurjmen had also been a coimmlteeman 1 he jurors hid done good viork during the term but Ihey ivere unibto to withstind the current of opinion in favor of the Ivnchers The community w as pncticil) J unanimous on tint point The attendance was larjce and included many 1J lies who decorated the i r s oilers ivhomthej looked upon is champions, with boutonii ers is they had before supplied the one not illovi ed bail with delicacies m jail THl- MtTlV! rllKSFNT Among then was conspicuous the joung vveiuan vihom Leiiibirt hidoiitriged The evidence for the state was brief a id simp e TOPICS OFTKABE. Eevlew of JBnsiness for tlie Past Prosnects NEW TOJBK, June G Dun Co 'B weeWy review of trade says Speculation has been neither large In volume or enthiLsiautic intone dnnngthe past tbe legitimate business of the country continues unprecedented in volume for the season, and highly encouraging in prospects Although tbe treasury-tag taken-m more money than it has exchange, apparently because of sales of American securities and a slackening of, exports, nas advanced about a cent during the weeU, the current rates for money on call haa dee'ined from five to tour and and a half per There has been quite a decline in reports from New York for two weeks past, tbe wlue having been fourteen per cent below tti it of the 3ame weeks last year, while in imports here a moderate increase continues But the now of currency to this country supplies the demand, and makes the market eaby and con ftdence in currency expansion by legislation is unabated Interior cities report rather more demand for monej Crop prospects begin to rule all markets at this se 1-011, aud are distinctly improvmtr The eminent report was more iavorable than was expected and, in spite of tbe low estimates put forth by speculative srat whe.it has declined 1% cents oats 1 cent and corn rents Cotton prospects have much improved with favoring weather and the most reliable authorities now reckon the condition as satisfaUon with J. re ported increase of 2Gi per THE CLOUDS BUEST, DWELLING SWEPT BOUSES AWA.T. WASH08TS ON THE RAILROADS, And Several Accidents Caused By Soveral Persons IHJSB Their A Storxn in pr ee but oilier reports indicate that dealers are notbujniKJreelvatthohigh pricen now asked The capacity or iron funiaees m blast on June 1st was 180 795 tons against on May 1st and 13 11D a Jt eeems scarcely credible that actual consumption can be thirtj one per cent greater than a. vcoraRo and yet the tone of tbe niarkot is fairly coiintlcnt and does not indicate a matenal accumulation of stocks Fostcrn. makers are said to have checked the incipient advance m pnres in order not to establish a market for soutbermml western producers not to unload on The demand for the vaiiousformsof inanuii  up a'a of tlie nifts- s-e m actinp; upon uncertimu but :sed and Iteport on the M ASIIIM 1 >s T no I Tin mittte h s Im lied its rep rt In i i 1m., >rllhc 1 h rcgird ti tin c n tin r T mi i n m the 1 Servile siiv ice com 11 t we imii ner id oliu tal ronfh 1 t o eve I i iiCeKnti 1 tin rnjtt r Iml Hnd tltitie-- S. p rxi su nutted nist tin' Ihoii] n ith entire d th it the miuissiom r I ym-in li is lpe( n ed 1 y i sc-xicit ol iplme m Uie jd n s t tin afT urs of the con m ss 11 ami n 11 irille Your ci iimitue will el it vist gite the workings t tho I r si nt t bse t nt rei ort when i 1 ill h n 1 etje> ip' t oi tht r ruiielti 1011 f 'cud together IFave NonrU 1 mishoil labor H v Itine 1 i I the ici il lit in n en 1 rs ot the sen ite t nime comn tteo on the tiriir hill isilriwinj. ti a close in] letc I s( 1 ed lilts il tht 111! it cpt thos of tol iceo 11 t sm.ir i ti the i inn rlti and nit< r Cir 1 k i i I 11 rl nf the 11 Uie CALVIN KII ICE IN A3I Ho Tallts i ui th l i tntiti n 11 tlie I'll to th" "itt i ltn tihomai ntv will i i il c n r i it in tht t.1 aj e ot in ent m J LV r I tl im u d i ii w it c t t i state TI pu i i-wn-t t i 11 ikiuu tleehn vo irinrel in I at 1 U ih n., tht relume tut d Ui m re i I il 11 em 1 tic- "t- Hi 1 a  lor the Ijnchers and two testititd that the foi nu i 1 a 1 on the afternoon of the killinn, boasted to tl em liib ing b id Leapliart Ijnclicil and disp ajed a spot of tlie a blood 011 Ins shirt There as no i for tl e defense The speeches bncf Tu Ue itlieispoon b charge was strong an 1 direct -MS.UDKT i ROLCHT IN VI, hen tho ]im is. ibtiied 01 o laOj from Uio public square menaced those sat at the window of the jurj room to brnu ni t tci One held out foi an hour and then capitulated, and at 7 o th seien ng a verdict of not gu Ity ren. dcrtd Applause in tho com -room as sternly repressed, but as soon as the prisoners weic le- le ised they recen ed an Uion from the ladies BAKNtS ANJ> WATSON The Progress of the Campaiign Jn thc fourth. DIstiict Tune 1 crial politi cal ct ntcst Lttween 1 irnes in I Matron in the tenth district vs now it Fever heat Mr M 1 Curoll of s10l e hire for Mr 11 irnes onlue-du laH U l> I> of An n ti h mr md a half iK. in tit Mr 1 iinrs lletnit la U-. m tit -----uthith hidnlct .t on li d written a finance eon SUL, ir duties s----------------- in the 111 un the house tinll hill has been accepted bv the committee and it if them ht to he passed without it eh mges Ihe latest ices about silver a Lreat i i tliat the tvi houa.es i >ay tha thedi'-iMMition toward fiee coinage he ng stit ng in the ite business tulnres dunncUst week number for the I nited 1 I Lanada 1 tor the tor n biv week f last the inures weie failures m the I nited Statesjuid m Canada A TEST IIQLOK CASE Ijiider Oncinal PacUaRe Liquor Men "U In KO, Pa June 13 profound sensation w is treated in th s portion of the state this after noon b> the decision of the Armstrong county judge iu an package case bomc d-ijs harles rmin a resnlont t f Alkvhany county eiieu an original pmkige etort in 1 a local prohibition town m Armstrong ounty which is also piohibition Sil yerhian t lanne.d t be at-ting as an under li -of of thc Cincinnati Brei nig ii ni Hamilton Ohio He ma tie his sales and was prompts arrebted and placed 011 tri tl w before ludj-e at the comity seat of AmiBtron eonnty The temperance peo pie were up in arms and pushed the prosecution ter B i on t 1 rcteb'n ,5 tho post mas next recently api jinted takuif, i oi fit not a S] s rei coii'-e ted c 11 th olhce rhoj claim ho is not a f r tl e place and fuitheL tliat he is T re-> KntoE the co mh 'Vt Turtle estthe post-otbee depxrtincnl his ;o hn d ui tho commission until ho l f ntd and examined i II Hawkins and daughter of A e us are I pre i hey uul sail for Eu i tho iStli rill I I If TION TOMORROW lorn mittoe 011 tie t t nb today decided tol 1 1 c t'et tion in tho Von ible I aiigston ca i fi MII 011 fhnrsdoj week The rei hi t in house will of elect 1 stun ll L iei ub K n Ho will make the se n 1 n omher of tho house lie f- b t ilk i fiom bouth Caro- 2ini 1 tlien he t ik( n up in 1 a tlnr 1 bi, i se it in tlu house E B >l nsr-at Moie UomocralB if June linns'1 committee H l is decilcdt cill upin fie h i sc ssij i i ntc-ted ei tioi us Mi n, in This u ill le tol 'd "d'in'iiK the ensu nn week 1 3 tht irgun i eiflm it >u cnalU in I thc S th Miller l-lli tt MIL c n fit 1 is all we I "U cull Tm ei i s tn nest dec, led ,n tht c ftate Atl- S tl nd p at Ml was who AN OU11SI11 a SI ObJ People in Montana I-eaviiis Tlitir The Imii "is PI aruiff for ai Mnis Mm T me II The attitude of th ludiar.soni.nm s to ue immcn p. though no jceuircd fainee the of Tergu s n Owing t tht tact that tho In bans have left ti u ind are red over the lill pirties tit- setters are thoi their l cu m r> H Senate ON otes to the Kill HIV r_iN 7 me li presented a xcni trai e from two (ounties in ermout mi t tl e inn JS tlon of dutl tm Ht-terred tir tl> i nan e oinmittee 1 it rtsi I itimi illero i jesterilay by flfr I d- 1 aji hd-xvard h. Va at annri 1 the vte wis t ikcn up and agreed to thc a n nlmttit olTeud Iv Mr Harris, svibati- neof ilenrv W Wall, of lenuessce. lUinicilaiitlarLBindugwmicnand elnl d-t n into town in lar e numl eri Intli in lookouU aio ni all points and are i aim bv nun >r il ibhes and tlie Haul tc Inliinshni rej oited t the wll ts that tin i is t> b in o tl leak and tliev ai now m iv niCtlien o win li is as h-ss.Vsi'S's.e its Slid have been aent Pill u rtfiern t heyenncs of themselves onlj iHimber about 0 but Ks lilt. Kl The oi Major Carroll of the First Cwilrv has three troopl of bout hundred and fortj men but he Ti-Kl the pio Is that hid ('i ttcii th IcJLr him-lell md it w M pul HJitd "o tht initials t Mr I v inn the C( r n n nlcnt In lue cli u- ed it len th tht b tn-wurj bill ai d the t im iilatj of the showniK the IntniKhip of Mr 1 rnrst the md his fii hlul and 1. yal iiivHcasacin reasnnii that Mr Harncs had an ciuublo i o ition in W i-hmtton a state lan m 1 in citry waj two asi irantfl 1 oiatira id a sui enor man of the TK VGfcDl A CI LI.AK. Two Dead Bodies lonnd m n Basement of a PliUadelplua I-iiir ADI 1 1 1 J v Time 13 Short1> ifterS o clock this itterii ion two i istol fchots in rapid n wereheirdintlieoellar of i dwelling on Maple street Cumlerland I asseri 1 1 ontenn, t ic ollms and Cliarlev Denier A detath. went of troop eaiilry and three companies ere al ut the same i_e thirt} jeir rbo i lire it once an bnt no in tut-lcrtliocnnu. his been dist, vcred and ftiaconbulerrflprohille that C ullen w is suiter oi Tie men had alw been the Host of fiiemU ill tn s em p ojertays his ullen 8) mother called on him about two weeks aM> to see auout h m retunmiK She said he had been tery sick 1 nt d recovered except that be h id appeared very ll13 mlnd had melancholy ncted _ 0 _ _ Mr Barrow Not the Man GKIFFIN, Oa June 13 Mr 1! N Barrow who was mentioned in this mornings CONSTITOTIOV as oneamong the alliance nspiruits il he had no objection, but thougllt then, tnlil 1 c i itf ndance of aen itors tcfor unai mous consent was asked, Mr M r in there'ore went on with his re lie s ud tli-it the mijor proposition to TV i 1.1 lif W3iil 1 addre s hiinsplf prinripHll> was the I He believed "that con ern wjs ol I ied umlei Tho constitution, in good iauli and in cxfditii 11 of i grept public trust to mi ins f K t rtqnue tho coinage   the treasurj ox ce] t it tht Ibcixtion of tht, secretary of the ft 1 1 sai th it tl se rrt.irj should coin enough   com VVliat, he askt 1 d 1 that moan It meant, reillj the de jncnctiittion of siher Wliat other purpose tlitr i s, tr imm tht hill is to le-ue it entirely optlonil with the secret try of the treasury whether he wouldj; olnfaiHer mone> or not coin It? Air next addressed the senate He de fended the amendments reported by tlie finance comiutttc to the house silver tall, and asserted that instead of rtMMrmptiHTio. nilvnr tliR RVstpm It tl el .duns c mid be disarmed and put back on JhJir rcservatiun, the settlera could take can- ot f but in the present condition ot affairs, notlW fot them to de.but to be notuing 101: thefr homes aiidlasinessand congregate town While nothing of a more serious nature it 11 quite probable that any daj may PKESCXTialfeXT 01? THE POPE He Thinks Great 1-nnlsliment is to Be for Indifference tp the Clmrcli _ ,N June 14 states that the nope m reply to the conf-ratulat ons of visitors oTtto Vatican himself strongly ol the "elS tit great pumshment -as i is Mr 1! Miller and not i! I- Barrow _____been solicited to make the race 15 alii ancemen and inerLhant" too lint do not want the position and hai e informed them Tins leingtrue I wish jou wou'd correct the report the correction Mr Barrow sajs it was B f> Miller instead of B The Sun's Jnne 13 utures made a sharp ad- vance today I erpool came better s-artmg a nse, then renewed buoyancy followed the apprehension of a corner on August contracts, been a good deal oversold The leifijrare todaj for Augubt was twentv six [ts oveVthe lowest vesterdaj Other that he sold I eer in h iVr barrels and btrrels H t denied and proved tint he h ul no sold to minors and elaimed he had n t kmvwmgU sold to men ol intemperate habit" Ihe defense also claimed tliat he had n t violated anv Uxal liquor laws by celling these criunal n icLi res ami ed them to e been unbroken scaledo and staiLpud aye I mtcU ites that there c mid Lo if e mn ti n in hia cise as under the tnnstitu tun mil liv-s of the T nited States rela ing to c nimcrie between thc states he was tully iroteeted in il packages shippt-d Horn Ohio into remisljviiiia oitK INAL i r i A.W Tudge urn in hia tharpe refused to con sider the e% iden e of the iirosecntiou in regr.ii d to the local i rohibiton law and afhrmed tLo'-e re the I nited States interstate commeice ITe said it was a mere question of fact for the jury to learn whether the packages were identical and unbroken eases shii pc 1 from Ifcuml t 11 Ohio to If the were satis he 1 the iu s continued th it these were original pack then Silverman had the nirlit to iu ike the ftile ace >rdiiig to the neent ot the supreme eourt and did not lolato the Tennsj h aiua lujuor Till I IQLOH Ml N Jl III! i" charge waa most unexpected to thcprosecu tion and to hundreds interested who t rongod the coi rt ro jurj remained out about two I ours and a half and acquitted SiUern in oi tlie charge oi sellin0 without license and to minors but found him puiltj of soiling to per ins f kntiSPii intemperate liabit? id over whi e the liquor people who I ecu in a minority i i Am strong et untj are i iHnt -.lUcnnan original packages can iu lit nd town in the sta.te and paid I y liquor de Ucra is practicalH monej irown away SB1ASII-UP AT A 4. freight Train Kunb Into a Passenger Train Ci rv EL.AT.D O Tune 13 Vt the crossing of the I Canton and Southern railroad and the leielaii 1 and I ittshurg road near Jones avenue n this citj today a loaded passenger ram on the former road was run into by a freight on tbe latter road The freight truck one of tlie passenger about the nddle and threw it on its side upon top of the vntth house, badly crushing it Another possen e >ach waa tin-own from the track The freight engine was derailed and damaged. ws killed and only six persons were injured, none fatallv, hut the affair created tremendous xcitement and filled the town with raraora The n-nneer of the freight tram asserts that when he approached the crossing the target was set, giv- him the right of wa> but that it was suddenly ihjngedso as to give passenger tram right of way Batter started up and collision resulted, The Xegroes Kan From Him UAI LIOH, TS C June 13 good itoiy is told oil John W Phillips, who is taking -he census in Itattleboro township Edgecombe county Whenever he would go on a farm where there were colored people the neproes could be seen sknrrymg for the woods Phillips, m a, loud would ask them to stop, stating tuat he would not hurt them but all to no purpose, and many he was actually unable to get on his list The North Carolina Festival. CHARLOTTE, X C June 13 lu- Ky Jnne 13 Bull Keck, six miles above Maysville, last night, two dark clouds met and burst The creek jumped over its banks and .swept like drift several dwelling-houses and their frightened occupants A stone culvert on tbe Chesapeake and Ohio railroad upper Bull creek, was washed out into the river and about 12 o'clock last night, when the storm was at its height, west-bound freight train ran into tho washout, causing a fearful wreck The engine and nine cars were piled one upon top of another, almost out of sight 111 the creek bottom Engineer C C Roadcap, of Greennp couuty, Fireman Morris Forager of Lewis county, and Brakeman Charles Gaston are buried beneath the wreck and their bodies have not yet been reco> ered Conductor W R Watts and Brakeman W Love jumped from tbe hind car and escaped unhurt The tram was made up of thirty two cars Nine car loads of shoes and boots for Louisville went down in the wreck jC fast wrecking tram on the way to the scene this morning ran over Frank Scott a col ored emploje, and killed him About a persons living on the banks of Bull creek are repori-ed drowned The following bodies have been found John Buggies, a well known hsh erman, Lucy Estler, a w idow, and her two daughters, Bettie and Julia, and tw o sons She is a sister of Robert Colburn, of Chester Several hundred people from Mayswllo gone to the scene oi the disaster A BTOBM IN OHIO CINCINNATI, June midnight west of here, a furious lightning storm is in full play A Commercial Gazette special repcrts thnt barn of William Turner at Pleasant Kidge, near Madiion, Indiana was burned by lightning, consuming lurner and his horses and cattle A New Albany Indiana, special to the Com mercial Gazette, reports that mere than twenty people -were prostrated by lightning there todaj THE LICENSING Mr. Gladstone Maltes a Speech in Opposition to It LONDON June deb te on the hcen ing bill was continued in the house ot cy nun n" this evening There was a long on Ac and s proposal to apply the compensation lund to edu cation Mr Gladstone sa d it had been averted confl dentH andloudU that the bi 1 d d nit -sanction the prme pie of raipensation It was ma uly on that ground that the eminent h id commended it tn the house while borne bnpporters had the main reason for their tpnrwal that the bill dd csttbhsh a principle of conipensa tion Hear' Hear' He agreed -mlh thc litter The opponents ot tha measure consider it dibtm tlv a retrograde step in U reform The% looked upon thc bill as poison fortne people an J demanded that the funds be applied toward education The ministers bad expressed amaze ment on bearing the measure called tho publi can s endowment bill Ho had not heard any name that so accurately denoted thc purpose of the bill It was certain that public house values had already nben through prospects riiscd bj the measure and he was equatl} ure that thc mo ment it became a law public house in the 'ountrj wo ild be regarded aa wurth more About His Interests BIRZUINGHASI Ala., June S Brice of Ohio, was one of a party of prominent railroad oflicials who visited tl e Tha partj consisted of Samuel Thamas> i resident of the irgmia and Georgia C. S Bncc vice president C H Hiulioii ge'wral manager of the East Tennessee C hasfleai Scbiff, General Manajrer Rirhjrd Carro'l Chief Engineer G B of Use Queen Crescent syatem The party are making a tour oC inspection over the main lines and branches of the Alabama (ireat Southern tind luast Tennessee. "V irginia and Georgia In an interview Mr lime -taid lints will be extended Eo mine and fnrnace of importance m the Birmingham dis- trict and in fact arrange will extensions to places enonjh to paj i _ north tins trip 11 build where we freight faet 1 vst Tennessee is Eing to build a of mineral road-- .ill round ere as fast as it con be dune and IK? iuj.de to pay Regarding the Baltimore and Ohio deal air. Brioe said A number of caj italists frieutlh to tha Kalti- more And Ohio ompany havt put up tbe money t 4 COT share-, oi hilt m rv and eHuo v, and tlie Richmond and Vn. t int fernim it om- piiu or those inttre-'teil 111 it b n e i ut up part of tht imr  T st 4j tha Baltimore and Ohio BUM k will be Ui-vtrilmted different parties frhmlly t w and will not be under the oiitrol oC tbe UK hinond and 1 int Tt r imnal companj an 1 the Terminal may not a rtprt more and Ohio Terminal i ompaity m the Ikdti- In regard to the Quco i uid nt lines quired the ItniWh'sp? V rit.entlv "Mr Mr i ro-iiil rt of A irpinia and II I e  he went swimming in a creel near tbe citv md wlulo in lie water was bitten b> J. sn ike Ihe wound caused him hale or iu pain Eora day or and was not consiilere I d mst-rou-> A day or two ago his i (o swell, fever followed and ho was wi i ing 111 de- lerimn Ulie swelling c mt m etl i lit 1 bis en- tire body tt'as su oiltii to its inrmal s 70. The doctors could do to relievo he foamed it t! o month au 1 mveil like one suffering with b> Ir phob a suf- ferings were lertible hen lie die 1 the log on which 1 c v as b t en hal swollen to four times its normal 3 On the Hunt for a C undid ate BIHMIM KAM AU Juno 1! II n Isoble oi Una e tj who w.t-1 nominated for 101 bj tl republican state com en turn will tleeliue be- c.tuse lie lias not been i lout of Hie stato If ng enough to bo dig blc The ar nicy on the urket uillbe li eii b> tiu eiecut ve c >m- inittee of tbe state HI 11 P M I i ng of countv, will probili v be seleclod, if he accepts THK WOJII D of dames Tune 1 I all postponed on 11 count of rain At Chicago Chicago, ea-wite 1 At liostim FhiUtlc Ijlna Hofiton, rotherhood At hilaikSpltia liostoar ea mo 1 At Rochester KoUiester I li I hit-- J errors, 5 1 rt> WMI 4 lisehit- 11 t rr rs 1 ltattcriC3 11 Uion and riilim 11 1> i v and Tov Inciiimti eveland r erriirn J I hits errors 5. liatt r Co 1 ereiuan and Ualdwin adiworth o.ntl At [Br base hits, G r> 11 base li errors I. Batteries Keefe i-nd Maek Maul An I (.juiiin ickljn 4 ha-e hits errors base H J'at- teries Cartithers aud Jlushong >S elsh and Hom- At T tape hi tt PITO 8, P Toledo 4 hi 2 err A I 1 brct and Hvin u-hnHn anil Sage At tin rho land 7 1 asa hits 1- errnrs 11 Chu og 11 II er- r> t-keiy ami Snv der King. Baldwin and t irn 11 At therhor 7 base hit- 1 4 15r I) hit" er- ror-. dtnl Weyhmff and Cook Morria Farlc PaceB "M.W YOPH Tnnt U t 1 a on Ca third Time 1 li '-ec ind nice mile UK! a conil Drill l TJnrd ra e mil an UI r six furlong, md Chatham t r i 1 1 ilh 1 I m won. 1 t I v. I fclail 1 lf't H junopathy 0fH adopte, Hr Ritchie moved the cloture n and the propo-il to The Agreement Between Uie Frintere and tlio Courier- Journal settlement .of the 10 subject to the following conditions machines and other similar mechanical devices are not to be interfered with bj union legislation. The men employed at present by the Courier Journal and other ofiices are to be pru- tected in their situations The nght of the fore man to discharge men working in the composing- room shall not be questioned It shall not lie re- nmred that the foreman, his assistants and proof readers shall become member of ihe union >o str.ke shall oceur till after arbitration through the trades assembly has failed. of tlie North Carolina musical festival i dress, advocated a censorship f  von Kedleal econd Sailor Pnv tli r L Him 1 4T Third race mil- and thn f r H on Kknersecmd Hvt nlhrl Tin. M fourth raee IHe fur! t won Ida i kwuk t-econd Nati tl rl fi J O4 Ilftlirnce nine tm n r ran dead heat Mare h llifr I fine 1 The tbe dead heat wa3 ot run off Kansas City Itaccs KANSAS Mn Tune I first race ona "Soltins won Red Sijn second ilrd Time 1 44 1 5 race one mile won aiame- serond Climax third Time 1 4i S-5 Third raee mi'e and a for Brown Duka won Cashier second Johh y tuird Time "t'ourth rare five fnrlonjr1 heats first heat, Ser- nawon Veianza second Orkans tb.rd Timp second heat Serbia wun Silence second. won PeU SleU gie Reed third Time 2. i3 I 5 ThU GRAPH BREVITIES. The Jondon TeJegrapli calls upon Secretary Matthews to resign Bond offenngB yesterday S165 450, all 121 for four per cents, and IQSfor and The tnalof Hale who shot h a brother in owles, inMontreal, has been contiaaed took place this afternoon, wilb. a piano recital by Miss Emmi Hahr of Atlanta, assisted by Miss Lembaelt, of Wew York. Miss Hahr matte a strong bit. Tontght is a grand concert with free-festival chorus and soloists Tne attendance at botb were large The Strifce is Over Cotnaraus, O, June 13 striking street car men nave accepted the proposition of the Consol- idated company, made last night, and will return proposition state. He aaid tbe'egislatnre ongbt to appoint a board of censors composed of one editor, one law yeTand the tuird man to be selected by those two other profession. Any offensive polit ical or p-rsonal artie'e was to be submrttca to the board oi censors, who would to stop publications. McOall wastissed by the as-ociatioa.and the members voted unanimously thattaej were not in sympathy wiUi any such to at the compromise TO for con- ductors ana SI GO for drivers The contract is- being drVtfn by attorneys for the Sinters and preparations arc mating to move cars as soon as this ts signed ____ Tlie Mother Tlkirty-SeTen Children. ,Va, Jtmo entuneratmr ored isromap. has named 3fartna Gray, r 13G8: She baa eiTealHTtlTstotripletaBrx times, to twins sue venr others of a Richmond Fir Jane firm of Stem Brcs composed of tee and Albert Stem, doing business at; 413 and 422 Broad street and with a branch house in LyneJjburz, A- a made an assignment todav for the benefit of their credi total liabilities ate th not naioed largest creditors are Ed in Baltimore jeHsrdJ at 5! 10 Co., takeii in gold bara for continent of Europe H N Hickmaau- -waa nominated. conunis-uonerby Ite M Genenl from luJse Eirtr Se Belfe prujierty H, jaclcson yesterday pm trel! i. JacUnon mad now soleownerof LSaTles charged with bribery ia ,rSS m ol tse Broadiray NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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