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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               t JH VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., JUNE 18, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. t-1 V: -YER TRIUMPHS iNTHE SENATE. THE SOUTH Together on Giound Common t X3T roopr OVP tksu 1210D1 jR THE FREE COlNfiGE OF SILVER. t Rebuked Sharply lED MB CROID IN TERRS 17 free ontj ot the people ol those states were not .rue staunch and earnest republicans, but be- cauie thev w ould hav e 10 rebuke ov er are being given to this hoodlum which is set up [Laughter} Mr question as to the responsi- senator from Vermont is, ol wiielminVlv the oirtY that selected as their bility otthe i. MamSaTjearer one who of UM of no consequence to himself interests of the countrj, and uisregaruiul ol the vv ill ot a gioat majority of the members of the pnitj open foe wasto be preferrett to a secret enemy But ho could foretell the future, or either grapes Jrom taistlea' The recommendation ot the sccr -arj of the treasury struck v cjcmsly at the of silver The act of 1678 mas infinitely pujferable to the bill recommended by the secietarj 1. nder that act at iiiist two millions t month ot silver dollars had to bo coined The nhp o purpose of the house bill seemed to be to degriwlo and debase silv or, to it a commoditv, to reduce it to one of the ba or metals, and to prevent og-un taking a place a inl ot value In the o no when he says that they were going to deliver democratic party the finances of its atan" amendments Keed arid S .ernrvn tu.ne, -n by the senate ihw iftornoon w hen that hill by a vote in o vau icported from the fina icn coinmittPO one ob I10MOU3 1 1 luse liacl been eliuuiiattU from tn hoiv-o b tlie bullion re 'emotion claube But other objectionable clauses had T6 tamed ind a curious had neeri added rovid ng fcr the termination of the act in ten sears Inatevl ot encoucsiini; other uit 10 s to adjust thur monetary system inhirniouynllhjthit oi tho United States such a prov would give them notice that tho increased coinage of silver was but a tern porarv devue, and the good effect of tho law the country, I ask" lum what he is going to do with the republican platform? Is he gome to consent or agree that the platform of the republican party, adopted in Chicago in 1888, shall be the plat- form of the democratic partj It be is, is he gn ng to claim lor the republican party the I lotforpi adopted at bt Louis in 1888 when Ceveland was nominated? Names are some times things I prefei to believe that, in tl eiallition ot objection, the senator Voriront does not represent either hunselt or the pnrtv Ho will, some day, trunk better of this to meet the just inrl reasonah'e demands of the poop e ol tho tinted States in regard to the currency in y and the mater al of which it is to bo I am not willing that from oomposofl the remarks "Vermont shall am of go HABBIfiOfl AFEAID OH THESTSEHGTH OF THE LODGE3ILL __l_ JEWfirt peppsl- tion 4s Slowly SrowMB Pp. June Lodge-Bowell national BlectionJww tall will he taken up in.the house on Sriday, and will pass on next Wednesday However, it wall jiot be by solid republican oull be immediately Scstroj eil Applause from the R-illcrios and tions in I compliments from tho senators the senator _ to the country as the republican parts although, of course if it were a question between tne senator and me ho would be entitled to repre sent it, and not I Mr stand by the republican paity plitform fu ly and'm all Its impllca tions But our fr'cn democrats on the other side ol the their deluded folk ners and co-idiutators [laughter] have i abaud mod that icpnblican plattorm and trans- formed it into a plitform which no democratic JJtOWeVCJ., MJJmtvt wo "j f vote There is opposition m repnbhcan rants, ana it is leoUiy a sputheni man, one whohas sufficient nerve not to be bulldozed by Tom Q Bwart, ot Ashoville, Gomes Out of tue BentitenUary Wltk a jptg Story June great door of the Virginia penitentiary swung ajar yesterday morning for the first time in rune veais, f A. Marvn, the noted bigamist and THE PENSION EOLL mexcEic TFZTU jErssr SES- SZOlf KTriat man is H C He spake his mind in the republican caucus last night, and will repeat it when the bill comes before the house In the caucus Mr Ewart made a ring in- speech (force measure 1 S COK amendment Mth a vvhoop to the THl- StLTIONS COME TOGFTHER There wis no mincing matter, by tho south scunurs Thov came out arels for tl e free com ige of both gold and and altho th tho i.res.doiit Windoni d Sher uan all the other gold teffirtt free the w mbhcaiismio liuo thoj were unsuccessful, ltd rimnb a frL.0 co u igt- jme bill went thr ii0ti TOM Kfc ED VS ILL Now tlie b U will to a conference com where Torn KI.L 1 expects to get thr itatoITeK .rfors to to a under the reat tlat Uarnson will free coinage bill, hut it ly probabe that the senators allow themselv es to be bulldozed by Keod, ab they know that to sell and ol IU1041 opposition to any He said that as a measure ol relief to the republicans of the sooth it was not worth the i aper it was written upon It would only mtensrfy race prejudices and en- sender sectidnal hostility Mi Ervurt stated that m North Carolina, except in what is known as the black district, the elections wove d no and forger, whose real name is stepped outside the high walls, and breathed. the -mire air of. freedom this celebrated oil man into the prison, he wss .rather handspme and wore long gray side whiskers, bat now his wrinkled brow bent shoulders and trembling form show plainly that old age is fast creeping on him He is weak and feeble, and seems to he last approaching the grave He left on tonight's train for the oiorth In an interview concerning his private me, be says "You have to work here as long as you can They have to come to the rack, Jodder or no fodder, and such a rack it is is the general treatment of the prisoners9" T. Well, that is difficult to describe It The infliction of While abolisheu tue aH OTeT the state, it is always on the increase and for the I [see you CARFIELD'S EARLY MODEST DEMAND Put in the Shade By the Extravagant Billa Which Been Parsed TUe Sq.rpl.ps About Wjped Out. nown a as (air as in any stale m the union, and no election law like the Lodge hill was needed eie The law would only be applied 111 the ack district, where the inevitable result ould be note and blood-shed U tlie gentle- M men of the north desired to show their sym pathy for the unfortunate negro, and so-called downtrodden republicans ot the south, lot ttHHC tat ..that sympathy unning tbSUL hands could not be much worse stripes is frequent and indescribable VV Virginia abolished the whippingpost all at the 6 It- all debts pubHe ami private penitentiary, most tnvial offenses have a prison reform association here, and they have a good field to- go to work in It would be hard to find out much, however, as the convicts are terrorized, and all the officials would stand by each other The bad old man was very denunciatory with his allegations, which are known to De false, and the superintendent says he was one of the worst prisoners with whom he ever haa to deal STKLCK WITH A BIM-Y The yeas were M irnll anil Sherrnlli M Plumb offered the following amendment in lioi of tho hrit section of the house bill That from and after the date ot the passage of thi-i act tho unit of value m the United States be a dollar and the same niaj be coined of four hundred ind twelve ail 1 one party That is the record I than they had ever had Mr yes I had forgotten (rauds m eastern >orth Carolina, and espe- that there was a democratic party in IH77 1 u Vbusk district in that state, not a Mr 1 the hill indefinitely I itself after while He said that force bills ana The Marshal of Jacksonville. IFla Assaults mayor of this city, was afternoon by City Marshal gins called by appointment at the a house, about i SO o'clock The two started to inspect a lot in the neighborhood, which was said to he in anuuianitiry condition when only "half a block from McQuaid house, Wiggins suddenly his billy and struck McQuaid four heavy blows knocking him senseless McQoaid was assisted home, where he was found to have lour deep scalp wounds and other serious bruises He is probably not fatally injured _ Wiggins Amounted his.horse aay and galloped into the country and hasnot since been seen He is supposed to have boarded a tram at a- way station and gone to south Honda He was under investigation upon charges of official misconduct and it is supposed lie hold Mayor Hewasclaii association during the epidemic of 188S after the death of Colonel J J Daniels OTJB MABTZ'S MAREIAGE. coinage amendment He a sensation by the manner in ch ho walked over the neck ol the nuustration for disregarding its silfer He said if Windom's recoinmenda nThad been announced before tho election, j republicans would not have carried a gle state the Missouri Ho charged of the republican senators with being in mdated by administration influences and there were only a few, himself included i-ho were not willing to be insulted with the aita of patronage He concluded by saying it the republicans had best let alone the cry IT a federal election law, and come together ndpass a free-coinage bill S His speech was mded throughout The Proceedings tn Detail. the House silver bill was taken up Mr olcott of Colorado addressed the senate, in ?or of free coinage and against all restrictive stores of the bill He criticized the admin for its attitude upon the silver ques- 111S u.l.ou ....J j winch woull set itsolf up -.gainstthe.tree and unhnutert coinage of the ould o elr voto Mr Cleveland wvas wise enough as to- 'Waai t. yeia 4 nays 24 Mr Blair offered an amendment limning t IB amount of Hilver to be coined to minthlj L2 nays 46 JI r Plumb mov ed to odd a. new section to come in as section 2 as follows Hut the iiroviaions nf sections of an act to authorize tho coinage of standard silver dollars Snd to restore legal tender cdaracrer which bo lobruary 18 8 are hereby madeap 1 litible to com ige in tho act provided for Agreed to without division Mr Beagan offered tho following amend meiit as a suhitute for sections 3, 4 and o Sccti >n 3 That the certificates pr vided for in tho "orond "ection of this let sli ill be of denomi nations of not less than one nor more than one ropri treasury n )t otherwise appropriated "So" talon in seetion 1 oif the act of lobruary porters that th carried into practice mo night, and that >nThe bwwi there would be atleasta hall votes recorded against it Ife said, The democratic party 1 it might pass tho house, it could never was wise enough for i wonder [Laughter] to t through tho senate, and he therefore had be absolutely silent for four years on that teara it would become a law ifis KII en out today that the president has weakened on this bill, and that he now thinks it would be best not to pass it A republican v. 1 member who has the ear of tlie president said todav that Mr Harrison sent for Keed yester iteadi y tolA him he was going too fast in ruining through JegislaUon without due con topic I to make an improper quo I u It out today that the president haa tationfrom Sltakeipeares, but I will change 1 1V'1 ._ tiling Shakespeare a little ISO patriot opened hia mouth to bark at tlxe admimstra tiou oi President i cause he persistently and declined to be betrayed _ or seduced mto UUUHHOJ. destroying the prosperity of the people oi tae I Umtod States by advisuag such a measure as ni this that we hav e now No democrat in either auleraon an debate He also told Reed it would not be advisable to pass such a rabid law as the federal election bill 'ever, replied in hia usual sarcaatnc In a rage Tlie republican i mem Dec wno gave out tfaia infonnation aaiil witli groat respect to my fnend from Kansas, "hat Harnson and other purty leadera wUo are and to that-this bill f tho now platform of t when it has no responsi (renewed from aspirants for the '92 presidential nomination, were ol the opinion that Keed was urorknig for d asserted that, if the silver producing sadaww- itaaes could foreseen-what that attitude be the -present administration -would pot be IB existence In conclusion Mr "Wolcott 3aidthat the silver bill w as o( far greater inapor- than theelectionbill tneanti gerrymand- >-nig bill or the tanff bill In Ttew ol it, party QCS were and forgotten, and the nth and west met on common ground, anl- atetl by a common and patriotic purpose "esaid that when the senators who lived in silver producing states were accused of ing sordid and unworthy and unpatriotic ions and when it wa-i said that those who j demanding tl it or be restored to its jlace with its sister metal were specu- and adventurers and were indifferent to rue welfare of tho countrj. he would have 3 pardoned for feeling that he had the to claim the attention of the senate long -gh to protest igainst such insinuations, against such a. method of conducting ate If it were true as it as not, that people of tbe silver producing states were eraed in the matter of a desire to protect on which their prosperity de- industry fnded a large warrant wis given to them, or such a cause of proceeding by some ot the -stern states The cotmtrj, particularly the aotheni states seomed to have fallen, on days r politics were rated at a commercial value a and when political fealty was made to Jid upon whether the prosperity ot the where the voter resaded was be better fostered by competition h other counties, or by large 1 prohibitory duties which luded foreign competition, the prosperit3 tlie people of the mountain states of the t had ever to rest chiefly on the products their mines Vet, while they were less nefited than any other region of the country a high protective tariff, they were asked to stand by duties which the formulated and when they asked that er should also be protected, they were told they were sordid aud unpatriotic, and their ideas were those of dissatisfied aud lary people He vrojidered ixon long the hcan majority, in Bhode Island for ace, would last if the interests urv to not than S2 000 000 worth of silver bullion per rnoiith norniore than ?4 000 000 worth per month of such bullion is hereby repealed Agreed to without dnision, after a protest from Mr Edmunds, that the senate was hand mg the flninces of the country over to the control of the democrats Mr Teller moved to add the following as a new section That the certificates provided for In this act shall he recoivahto for all taxes and due, to the Tlnltad States of every description, and sh-Ul be tender for the payment of all debts, public lid private The amendment was modified (at the sue eestion Mr Eustis) by .adding the worHs Sand all silver certificates already and as so modified, it was agreed 91, vs 22 jlr Plumb moved to insert the following as an additional section Owners of buUion deposited for cnlnapre shall hKvetne option to coin or Its equivalent In the certiflutos provided tor in this act, and such bullion shall DB subsequently coined Afrreed to without division The bill was then reported to the senate, and all amendments agreed to in committee of tlte whole wore agreed to in the sepate- 1878 to 1890) ot the democratic party, perpetuatlon of the power of the republican when it has no responsibility (and I agree thai i simply to have himself re-elected it ought never to have and that its pur JL-jjter and m the hopes of making himself nose is to entangle the republican party and to r WItn tne masses of the republican ..__.-------._ to secure the presidential noininatvon ill'92 THE SENATE OI. THB ALKIIT He further said that Harrison and the presidential aspirants in the senate were de- termined to down the man from Maine and '-----his hills in deliver it over to the democratic party Messrs Eeagan and Vest replied to Mr Ed monds and Mr Plumb spoke of his speech as bemc the same sort of jeremiad which the sen- ate had heard from him in 1878, when the yeMr4ChanSer8moved to insert the following no cola or silver bullion shall be received liy rim treasury department under tms act except such afIS be to be the product, of mines er-toinage bill was passed TBXT OF THE BILt Following is the text of the silver bill aa from and after the date of the Private-Driven to Clinrcri in a Close Carriage LOKDOI., June 17 Mary Anderson was married this morning to Antonio Navarro, in the Roman Catholic cnarjel of St Mary's, in Hampstead The wedding was strictly pn Miss Anderson was driven from the house of her stepfather, ,Dr Gnmn, to the church in a close carnage The curtains jere drawn so that no glimpse was caught of the bride till she left the carnage to enter the sanctuarj The marriage ceremony v. as performed m us quiet and simple a manner as possible There was no choir, tbe only accompanying music berne that of the organ Only the immediate friends of the bride were present _ PHOTnHNO FOR THE The House Considerins Indian Appro- priation Bill. WASHISGTOV June 17 -The house went Into committee of the whole (Mr Burrows in the chair) on the sundry civil appropriation bil. Affr adopting one amendment adding by tho bill the committee rose and reported the bill to tbe house The amtndment adopted in M ------aapeelncm lieu the payment of JDockery, of Mis- movid to recommit the bill with to the committee on appropriations art it back with, a clause making a specific priation-for back pay bounties Be WASHINGTON, June 17 re publican leaders have taken the bit in their teeth and it looks like they are going to run right square into a warmer countrj before thej can be checked They e already emtcted enough legis ac- tion to play with the surplus aud nearly enough to swamp the treasury Thev seem to care for nothing save votes on the congressional elections and the next presidential election All their legislat-oii is with this sole purpose in lew For instance the ice or depend- ant, pension bill uhich nassed last week wia simply to make votes for the re- publican party and their leaders ire willing to squander nearly 000 000 annually to add to the number of their Already the pension roll runs to SHO 000 000 anuuallj and with this new increase it will go to nearly 000 000 or nearlj half the nual total revenue of the eminent THB FARMERS HAVE TO PAY THE BILL It is an outrage upon the working people of thia country to build up a class ofahundreds of thousand idlers who solely off the gov- ernment The farmers pay a large portion of this money The southern people ono- third of it The southern people will next 3 car pay over SoO.OOO 000 for pensions and i ot of that enormous amount comes back to the south This is enough to inako the farmers and all other classes of working peop e cry hard times Six years after the WIT when Mr Garfield, as chairman of the pension committee reported a S33 000 000 bill he excused the amount on the grruiids that the pension rolls could go nbovo tliatamount "Now how- t is nearly SJOO.OOO 000 and the chances go to 8230 000 COO part of ReedandhiBi nothing save the to give them the pow They will hold all the money that should go for improvements in the south apply 16 totheGrand Armyof the Republic aristocracy. indeed, Reed and his pirates are determined to perpetuate their power no matter wbat it costs tlie nation THB PKOPO3SD FOBCK BILL Besides their previous extras agancee, they are seeking to -irreat the material develop- ment of the south aud plunge it into turmoil and anarchy "by passing the force bill Its sole object is to seize T- number of congress- ional district-sin tho nouth, and tbe ninth Geor- gia district is all they ha' e determined to get. Their traps are set for the fifth Alabama tho seventh South Carolina three m Mississippi, one in Louisiana, tw o m Tennessee, two m Arkansas, three la Isorth Carolina four in Viigmia three m Maryland two in Kentucky and one in Florida They intend to seize them it mat- ters not hovi the people vote A FIGHT TO BE SLADP FOJ1 THF M1STH As to the mnthgGeorgia, Buck, Darnell and all the Georgia republicans have assured Quay tnat it ia nghtfally republican, and as soon aa the force bill is passed and goes into effect tho supervisors in the mirth will be gu en instruc- tions-and will probably return IXiraell elected TUB ilEHBEB, JTKOM TEXAS Major Bill Martin, the gas-blowing member from Texas, hib gone home to look after his re-electron Ti o alliance after the major's scalp, but he says he is going to pull through There are at least a half dozen candidates who ant the cowboy's soot, but tho old man can use his tongue as freely as-he manipulates a and it will take a very strong to defeat bim ______ E B ON TEIAL. souri they would do this by defeating his bills lfc I the senate as they did today with the house silver bill They would do likewise, he said, with the federal election law bill A M..H. i i wim me iwuur.ii .ssage of this act the unit of value In the United le democrats are talking of nothing else shall be the dollar and the _SBme may be I ue. arfl nreiiannff 28 lO g g shall be equally legar tender for all debts public or private that thereafter any owner of silver or EOlU bullion may deposit the same at any mint of spee conies on there are going to be the liveliest times in the house seen in many years In- ffie United m may deposit the same at any mint of there WIu more excitement than states to to formed into flSg the debate on Beed's rules McCreary, pf Kentucky. -PHO meagre of. appro tmn bill e house then went into e the The lull appropriates Alter so hope as to be thie'c'l Tnat the provisions of sections of an act to lutborae the coiimte of the standard silver dollar and t> restore legal tender character, which became a law Felrnary 28 1878, is hereby applicable to coinage in this act provided 3 That the certificates provided for in the I is unconstitutional, that under second wctiou of this act, certiftcatos already issued. more tyrannical than this Its object is to have a republican' majority in the house, which would otherwise be democratic It is a sectional bill, which will tend to not and bloodshed Ex Congressman Norwood, ol Savannah, all silver and gold he ft deuomina tions ot not Itss.than one_nor wTenermovtolay the .menonpt e table, ind It was to-yeas 42, nays The bill, as amended, was then jeas Berry, Blodgett, Butler, iUl Carneroll CocUrell, Cofie, Daniel, SSd dollars and such ccrtiflcates shall be re- delmable m coir, of standard value __A SHiflpient sum to ait is money carrj out the provisions of hereby appropriated ont of the treasury not this any otherwise money Smiroiiriated The provision in section 1 oFPthe "ct of rebmarir 28, 18-3 entitled, an act to authorize the coinage of the standard oilver doUarand to restore Ma legal tender wtocU requires the secretary of the to at the market price thereat, not less tSnstooWTO worth of silver bullion per month, worth permonth olsuch c nnower sr Aldrich, Aluen, AUen, Blair, that DECIS1 OneBolla jOBOEH' I, W__________ _________ .j-hich the people of depended for their livelihood BO longer fostered and protected The lot democracy seemed to hava already 'some headway in that commonwealth, because customs duties were not yet enough And how long did the senator Shode Island (Mr Aldrich) and those agreed wi'h him expect that the people Ti9 west would continue to help the in.dua 1 which thit senator represented when Ue d-tuid lor thorn only words of criticism Denunciation? Wolcott went onto criticise the tra- idly attitude of the administration, towaid silver question, aud said that whou Har- awaa his record v. as searclied, ain for any noteworthy act or saying that Laun sentence fetat magni nommis applied to him, that the republican of the west made great efforth among -farmers and miners, and bad secured tlie 'as of the ticket, that the president had exactly materialized ou the silver quea- aud that tlie awakening bad beep, rather lie ventures the opinion that if the it's position on tnat question bod announced before ibo single ntate west 'of river wtrald JUave 25 title ot the bill was amended, so as to read "An act to provifle Jar the .free coinage of gold oiid Jor other pur poses Ihe biH lor the 4 state was then taken up, so as to make it finished anoT senate, at 5.20, ad- lounsed AV KXIBACT FBOM THE TM5BATB is an extract from the senate pro- ceedings oil the silver bill today Tho presentation of Mr Beagan's amend moutlsasn.batitB.teta sections 3, 4 and B of Se pSding tall brought Mr Edmanxteto bis interfering with the fine sym- posium -which we are havmg, I wwh t o Snenamentaol consequence were adopted and. Sout confpletinK the' bill, the committee rose house IBM AIJVBAata. BEPCBICAMS Tbe Jnry Complete and -Witnesses on the Stand JAOKSOJ., NIBS June 17 }-The circuit court met promptly this morning at 9 o clock. The jury in the Hemingway case was soon com- pleted They are aa follows Ivat Moore O w. Cox William Coppock, William C Cum- mings J1 1. Roberts K. HI Harvey, W J Gil- lespie L F Hams, Kichard Fewel, William H. A. R. Cranberry Xheinrora are all -white, and appear to be men of intelligence The defense then moied to com- nel the state to elect on which count of the indict- ment the trial should proceed. The .grants were 1 for converting state lunds, 2, for not pajing over state funds to his successor The court refused to compel the district attorney to elect. The witnesses on each eioe were then u That upon the passage of this act bal- standinc with the -treasurer oJt the United OCHOSTtothe respective-credits of national banks to redeem circulating notes of iuchlSnks and all deposits thereafter received fori like purpose, shall be covered 'utotfce miacellaneous receipts, and the treas- Bie United States el-all redeem, the cash in the treasury, circulating notes ot _nlstiwhK.h may come into hie possession, subicct to redempt.on, and npon the certificate of She comptroller of the currency that such notes have been received by and Uiat they nave heen destroyed SthMno in their place JeimbuKement of their amount shall bo maUeto the treasurer, nnder such regularaonsas tiie secre- natumal banfc to keep rn lawml money, n VSiSiirer of the United States, a snm nal ceSramof its circulation, to he Sldandnseaforthe redemption of eircntotj fnernotes, and tho balance remaimng.ol deposits. the close of month.be thlypnblic debt statement as qnestion wluch j BOOSB WITH the constitution congress can make no laws which shall oe operative only when requested to be enforced hundred or any number of people, that Jnust either be enforced in all sections, or nejiit all The hill, in the opinion of every one, is jrareiy par- tisan, placing the erections entirely in tlie bands ot a republican supervisor, who has the power return any one he chooses elected, whether trie returns show it or not, but it will pass- tbe house, however, to-die m senate BUCK STICKS TO THB HlpflKB. Me Wanamafcer has requested "Boss" Bock to -the-nomination of the black loy to be postmaster at Americas, but the Georgia boss has retnsed to do ao Therefore, the senate postofflee committee wH J'be forced to act on it BOOH Senator Colqnitt said today that while the department haarcfuEed to with- draw it, he will be able to defeat Lun ,in the committee, and that Wanamafcer taows this and ias just written to Bnct to propose Qthorname HOO ItAKD O27 TOE, The republican members ot the committee on rules nave prjormsed -the paid lobby for the compound lard hill thatfheyBhuttM have-aday foT-the consideration oi tiieir bill, either next week or-the week-following Tit they carry ont this promise, tbe chances are that the bXU frill become a law, as the hog lard men have snr> ceeded m securing jnore than enough pledges [rom members to pass this imqmtons measure. Even its strongest opponents believe if the "bill gets before the house it tnrj pass The only chance of defeating u seems to be with the committee on roles __ E W. B. Winston Will Co Ahead. C, Jnne cttyBred.herselfjrtth, gipry today Ihe proposi- tion to issue Safo.OOO worth bonds -for citr_im- provernents was oyerwheinnngly Sot a single vote ogamat it. Ibis provides for the im- meiuate ereerjon haH and city prison, the coustrnctiori ota sewerage system and waterworks. 1101 Important Action Present Census. Ala June 17 republican executive committee of Alabama today filled the vacancies, after passing anjunportant resolution relating to the census P M Long, of Walker county, was nominated for governor, C C Austin of Decatur for secretary of state, and Bicbard TTood, of-Talladega, for treasurer The following preamble and resolution was without a iliBsenting vote state, was Collum Hermann and who testified MK> theTiistem of bookkeeping in the treaaurer-s offlce, and stated the manner in which the treasurer s re- JSrtt were made up This witness ateo testifled About the insuKUQCQ companies deposits in tnow how to make out of the transactions. Wben tlie state witn' "fw onra. the columns of various newspapers that a large numoefof citizens have been missed by the enu- merators for some cause, as well as failed to florcral hnn- atone, onB, these complaints come from other repoWican that the superintendent of eenonrSd Mates informed of SelactsTandrfproven as stated above, that, jui SdaWonat ransna netaken at OTce and those AVTOT rwiif omission be nela the item of over of bonds far which the treasurer bad never received proper credit He also explained a transaction 000 in ceSain shoals fnnda, and defendant s coun sel apSaied to think that another error was in tho responstble for this omission be held general interest-to NOT A FAIR Tie People of CliarlestOin WJtJi tbe Census ytorK. S. June senator uean, witness, testified to hav- money In too treasury in 1886 and lSMr Evans, present treasurer, testified how de- fmnantttrriell over the money in the treasurer's office TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. The nverand harbor trfTte, as it passed tha house, appropriates Heiulelracri Co, of New Tort, Srdered in gold lor export to Ger- many. Bulluiac laborers of Boston. SomerTille and Carnbridge, Mass, nave struck for an Increase of "tt to reported tnat tbeMahdi has released an Europeans who were taken prisoners by ma Every railroad in Cleveland, Ohio, is tied np, and passenger and mail-trains are the only onto mnninE- Fifty twoiepnblioaactobsmetiri jMtaonviUB, yesterday lor the purpose of forming a tlie census enumerators nomber of colored peopla is widespread discontent nare.abinit the resnltof tts census ennmeration, and thereis good reason for believing thatrthe wort baa been loosery done. njayiiijt t _ r i' Several of the enumerators cave np tsar worK, andtbereroreUie-trme-mil be extepfled at least onBltomorrow Iho white enumerators seemiBJ tovS Sonetheir wort pretty ttoronEMyThe neETO enumerators, on the other hand, etxm v> have done it very loosely. It is said that mrndreas of tamiues have not heen counted. There are thirty districts in the raty, each of which was calculated to show over 2000 priralation Some theselall from 500 to 600 be- tind that this iscauseSby the neett'naice of the enumerators 2aunhers ta cases teen repotted, where the enumerator fiasre- fusedio count the jnembers of houseiioHlwno bad )xxa 6ent to a Bummer resort in another state after June rst. A nornber of other cases are reported in -which the ramnerator has never even halted bouse census, two years ago, gave a It is thought tharrtne-presen. total of not over It is increase in the colored 1----- roore thari that Jn tbe TT rMUnrastmakenp'thealiortage Archduchess Valerie yesterday renounced aU te tr Mansnz for rc-eleeuon to congress. on and university, WiUiam Allen, deceased. ent at tefficM to meet ?ohn C. NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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