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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., SATURDAY MORNING-, JUSTE 28, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. JUNE AT WORK TO BEFHTLODGE'S BILL CONTEST WITH REED Opposed to Federal Control of State Llections JSU8USUALU INTERESTING SET-TO Isltech the Reoubliun Leaders Aie Dmded PITERS IN CONGRESS HULLS 3 nc al Koed's very much exercised Crates are we i jfc0 tyrant is n ija erabamsi-e 1 tx> So Hear -jta openly swom t oalaxi b 11 .1 1 1 M e agnAiibt the federal i thpj kept out of he 1 his. time out flfe diair, in se them ind The bulldozer is V 1 r IL 1 wqtii o any republican JDM- t n tho filial voto The Ueaid of all this, and are very Jaj V f v -n crt, en so exultant oa the defcxt the bill by tho jver ist g ol to be true Keed __ nitu nit lino and bill 11 mtliehou e IU i bo four repub- Bxosto Tofc -n th tl o i nociits, but that rJl bo the liui t and four votes will do no xsi THE C VSE IN T'TF SEN IB the senate it, s hffpient There aro re bi.can senate, ri 11 tl at boilv Tloea 3. his arbitrarj tit worse than auj demo "it, These mtn dc ermmetl to dtwn tho -rant. The schei 10 is lai I and Tit ill __ succea Eul is g ie i i ow on the two giants 0 e must bito the and lan will pi blj be Thomas B Ktt-d ion 1 03 come to tl e support of Keed ft but that makes cer iisenators "n1! p tl o tjraii f Ft 1 defeat on this meas- 0 bn cat of tbo rroSidoiit 1 t o of the sojate 1 N ixtnr 1 d munis said in a ipeeciyesttr t 11 not consent c to changing tho rules i e He belitv e 1 that was one legis- tbis conntrv in vhich trtero should ,jhinit to IE tho rr-emliers des rod nllanv i easurelj tilkmg it to deith it tit fee n i ly a question of pin >n- il en uflnce bctM n n tl o o sides .T1 is with Mnits in I s t g tho S; Hut will 10 bo IUIIP and if tie de-no- nSs sho.w uen o a id coun-go the bill can OTfrN WANTED no I a ne s p an to'Will the bi 1 Ho w ints itkille 1 b> asquaro an 1 he 01 PS it be c one thSiaaiemin rtruo! cm voters who ire op- r-eitothebll b it d vote for it rather t their partv Kii TMIIS this Mr in tft Ling very freely witli sou e iona ois iu wh ch he his tin.en decided against fc leral control of state eloc- Senator H oc "Maine uas agreed to Hjtssent Mr B i nc in this and lallexerceverj e oit to defeat the meas- 08 Eeand bcnatrr Tpi'er 01 Colora lo the Mresentabvo 01 re] ubhcin free coinge w Bcombmed for ts. to Icfeat the bill an 1 it they draw a half dozen other around the n who will be willing to talk and voto the iniquitous no Seuito- Teller is very md griant icky manner u which Keed defeat- and b i icieforo particularly antras to turn don n the tyrant If these "ft Senators are successful in their niider- and it is posfa ble thej will be witl behind them then tlie bill will be Seated, and the chances of both Beed anc T3afeon.for the ?2 nomination will be buriec THE DEB THE BILL of tho national election to lull m the house today was ex The northoru lemocnts are com front m tho fight against the bill 83 long as they w ill speak, the soutl em Tea will remain in tho background They it good po icv for tho northern men to the fight The republicans are, how toying for tl o southerners They are is to aneer thorn m order to bring ou HCCS tliat can be used in the congres campaign in tl o north this fall The f sntfcenimen realize this, and those speak will be ii constrv atire as possible speech of Representative "V aux, Mr Bondall s successor, was day It was his maiden off or i, but was a splendid argumen constitution a hty of tho bill Ho i the old school and a fluent ensy The members of "both parties de' during his speech, and he was gently applauded fiMiteuient will probably not begin be- M the sPeeches for tomorrow lengthy on tho order of those dehvcre today On Monday the fiv opens The Proceedings in Detail. of the election bill was then Haugen of Wisconsin, address- house in support of the measure ared it did not propose to touch stat aosbttt did nropooe to supervise nationa j clear nght of congress. The bil ccal, but general in its application made to the bill by southe' a deliberate insult to th A prominent democratic leade had advocated the requiremen qualification m the voter and ha Q that such a provision would restor cyto the whites That in itself was p that the lutes wrongfully exercise at present overt of ;Sew lork said that the bi 3mdence of the distrust felt by th the ernment of and for th f ioe proposition w as to bring back th o boards of Florida and South OITO ID the electoral patriotic man would forget if h Now Yorkr denounced K----can, undemocratic and un as a measure constructed upon th small republican, maiority could bettor legislatfffbr peopl 1 themselves Any court tfia itself to the execution of its co and become the nnacrapulous a political oligarch uiu of our federal courts w as already rank with unscrupulous abuses of ie la and this bill if passed, would add lany more such chapters Among all other of this congress it stood pro mm cut aa the aost and desperate measure to mam- Am tno minority 111 power in this countiy, hose purpose was to offer an opportunity for Tho bill nought to provoke a conflict be- veen state and federal oJhcers, and never be ore in the history of tho country ha 1 there been uoh a jumble of local and federal functions in law Ihe attempt to control state officers i the discharge of tlieir duties is a dangerous nd threatening incursion to the domain of ocal self govemmei t that no thirst for power jnstifv and no hypocritical pfe- ense ol d osiro for a free ballot and fa r count can excuse Mr Flower con- oranefl ridiculed the "house tohoufooan by supervisors authorized in tho b 11 catlod identic n to the insertion of the vord male in its reference to voters and ;ued that that word would exempt femilo otcrs super ision 111 tho states pud terrl or ea vviiero female sirffrase prevails Mr eaWci he siid 111 conclusion "if ins measure passes and is sustained by the ourta it will revolutionise the of our free institutions ecnmeut by feei force and fraud It iei ii the inn of a state of affi cs iir i hout tho whole country that ruled for eralyears HA a-single auction with the sub ti uLum foi tlie of tho soldier I o club of the deputy marshal ts irauied ate effect wall bo armful to tho Whole country but the nlti ,iaTe result it ill bo that tho THJOjiIe will rom power 13 tho ernment the party that to profit by it be tore it can pull the vhole toiuj e down on their heads [Applause n the democratic sido] Mr VaUx, of Pennbylvapia, succe sor of iam tel J Kmdi 1 t en aroho to make his nai Ion speech and tho members gathered round him in tho soats> slid in the bo ore tho tKer s desk and liitenod to him w fli mttS c lie wns going, he sail, to of seemed to have been utirclj isrnorel, an I he bony to think iad almost forgotten in this age 01 r Tl o constitution of lie t mtod States I believ e he said patent otnce [laughter] and those ho wai t tountlerstai d its n eamns must go I o glass case m 1 having tried to II this way what th s vellow of parch ment they tuin, away aud say the emrstituiion that is a forgotten sublet of tho constitution he believed was eft to substant ate his asseiuon that tins bill erfcurned the constitution and do roved our f sn i of govornment [Loud dem oerauc ajiplause 1 The of the const tution on which tlio nil was bast I was that wit ii reference to tho .ime place ai d ir inner of holding elections Mr Va ix dvv particularly upon this word inoimor aud t jie and again paused to re- mark that ho 01 lj Ind a i rd more to sny, aud ,hat was as to this word manner lie argued ihat ilia constitutional iroamn_, of this ]ihrise vis tiiat the power of congress was limited to ic crio i the firm of c! oosing rupio 01 ti a d hat w hftii tho eleei-n n 1> _t au I ontv ceased Tl o w ord n an c i must he construed stic ly and n t I y i j ie i ti JP Tbo inai nc'- of holan and L! c hoi 1 of elections wore entirely d tmct an 1 faci' ail tlio i owor 01 ci ceased wi Ii Ll e torn cr If co W "bo injoc cd tlie vorrl imrmer tho power claimed by the filends of the bi 1 tl ou there was no woiJ of lin itation in tho t n0' ago that could used to put an end to their devices, which [sotvo vccoj thoy sccined to have iu such p outy Mr auT to sate tuat his timb was un but all the me i crs bhout 1 to L 11 nn o i a.n-i ret oated it e" 1 U TICS when tli sj oikcr rts-sod Ithe r thit I o was ta ng up too much time Co tin in Vi i x u 1 tl eso si t iso s iro resj onsible lo 11 DO lj carry tl eu in Imutj to elect on tf ''Ci ators g into tho osjo i b y of his stato n ay to one they met there Aro 3 ou a no ubcr of the of the st Uo ol sir" Walk out then And amid roirs of Iau0htei titr ix h mse f suiting his iction tohisworls Ml! ed o t C ll e isle as fn as tho si ca ter lc.sk ThGio v as i ot a fair an 1 froo voto in jo 11 com j Tho oul I thoii strike tho members name fi 10 1 t ilwavs p o it a democrtt crinso it seemed to be the faslnonible idea tl I evil! ins were democrats [Laughter] With a gool eal of warmth Vr real frr n tlie majontv report on the bill find etires.s d his j-ina7cnent at the statement the em 1 at tl e words make or alter in see t in 1 rnielo 1 of Ihe constitution seemed so i In i is t a ent upon the constitu itnality of tne I II a1 most superfluous A nl id 01 co 11 not Iraginto that section tho mean i giv en it Sink iig his firmer at the me nbet> clustered around lam, he said he wai tclt te 1 them that by this bill tho iio-p, or to cho their rei ativ ea was no longer vested in the people but m a federal eloct-ion oincer bought to do the bidding of him wlio ani o nS Inn an 1 m orJor to give further lespeetibihtj to his appointment the act pro vicled thit the circuit court judges were to do tho ap.onting and tho judges were to be brougbt into tl e d rt and iiltb of partisan poll lie to tell bis fr fends that the cess nntil 8 o'clock, the evening session to be for the consideration of private pension bills. A PENSIOls FOE THB I.EGBOE3 A crazyreputlicancojigressuian.named Con- noil, from Nebraska, who must have escaped from the asylum of that state, lias succeeded in getting ahead of "King Bob" Kennedy, of Ohio, as tho greatest ass in congress He wont up ahead this morning, by introducing a bill to pension every negro in the union under fifty jears of age who has been a slave, at the rate ot four dollars a month Those who have attained the age of fifty shall have eight dol- lars and a bounty, all of sixtj years a pension of twelve dollars and bounty, and of seventy and over, twelve dollars a month and a bountv The bill was in- reduced for tho purpose of persuading the egroos to vote the republican ticket in the ext congres lonal election THE ATL11.T4 POST-OFFICE Postmaster, Lewis, of Atlanta, today made pplicitiou for additional clerks in tlie At- mta office It is probable they will be al- ow cd hi n Professor H C "White, who is visiting m laltimore spent today here He saw the a members and impressed upon them e adv isabihtj of auling in the passage of the ill making appropnatious for agricultural olloges GflPTAIN TILLMN IND GEFL HASKELL ROSS SIORDS IN HIKEH, S, C, luite a Noisy and Demonstrative Crowd oUd sc.0 it cirnetl out ID tho north, and ov en dollar wring from tho western farnrers would be tlio seed ot angry republican -votes P somewhere a committee on rules somewhere a commiee on rues wl ich was as ar effective agent fw these pro- w ic posed ernsors [.Laughter That committee hal brought in a report on Una It dvd not the debate itself hoi ling this debate presume to regulate This bill made slaves o men to federal ofhce holders Oui forefather hadbrm'lit on the revolutionary war, and hid separa cd from Great Britain because thev did not believe in taxation without reprc bontation Ho warned congress that the time nrtfht como when legislation depriving the twjonle of representation, would drive them tc another po olt for the same prine.pe [Loud Sat we must primarily for our liberty Democrats were as familiar with that doctrine as with the Holy Bible [Laughter After ftu ther from Justice Hunan' address, Vanx sat dawn, amid the applause o members whtch broke out afresh as his pic SrSrme surmounted by bis unconven tional heaJleir was seen to move out of thr simral listribts south and irortli, and said a least thirty sonthoro members -wete bar a the blacks weofe counted m tho censto and it the sotrfhern states de ot representation based on the blact tation, they ose ol ttei It the of 01 olitical and prestige It the lenorim man was unworthy to'emroise the ngh enum let him 'bestrrelten from the enum eratefl fist of citizens entitled to reprosenta- Ught-house Mr Bn nocus terworth, who presecred the conference report on tte legislative appropriation bill, and de- orderpon thefew lemammg points of ferenca wWh related to the salaDOB of aenat employes Messrs. C ub t ful construction of tho constitution >iis bill proposes to substantial take r im st itcs and local authorities tho control ot all lectimaatMhl h numbers of concrtas are bal otcd for and hand the same over to United btates appt inted to office for liie aud chief unervisors of elections If the i o ver Uaimul resides in tho constitution nh ch we deiij tho republic has gone tliroiiLU the diifacutt es t f the formative j: tnocl made a heroic trusele nst dissolution, triumphed and sue tssfuUy ied.lju.sted itaeLt tt> changed conditions itliou the exercise of such i ower I tho federal provern Trent 1 >r one hundred over Jet ii J.IKI the fathers of the republic would have euch a propooition as this dangerous a-3 in T en altemi t at cei tralizati i ihis 11 is i ai lj a part an ti ir inten led mi uriiv to control tleitions lor congress md ent al elections in J11 tho t. tos   it, 1 ral i lief who >re 1 mike 1 in u if- snj ernitoncl the n itural on >t onr f >rci n 1 oin 7 us i ace itiz ns n ultr ;bo strict 6 i it ii> ft tlese trust j and uniim ,15 c J te 1 ial dcitctmsior b til i receding mil 11 CU ulOll, J.I d 111 W tj r-Ut iLcl in and c ntrol ot j a d p rtj 41 rr n no jf the rni imt in a wav at utti r mi a co with ubli n tut 01 4 nml the priuciile of Anenc n iilo r lit, To carrv on tins schemo of imperial govern ment, mil ions of dollars will be Tom onr people ind. t! o 311- lieiary of tl o I n t d States pro titutetl to .1 o bisect i i-innsT ii in the mimg ment of elc" Ai Uh i vi ni r tin eitcs jf ir >c i ]c wi 1 bulcft Jui the 111 irt j us n It leril co ts con nt retv of men f the irty in T A. part sin rot H inj. I ird is rot sod lor t ion st ite thf bjcct ai d purport of wli ch s wel as the n i vl c i st t i t it ob .1 s t D bill iro w t, 1 at tted 1 t f i m rity of the c nmittse on tlie election of i ie dent a.ud v ce i re lent f the erreat danger to the r ts ai i beiue" i the i oj It in I to the princ i les if i tl stl 11 icnt n he I m tl H I 11 e re T "ctl Uj ai i cal to Uneri in frceii an v itlu tit ptrt> t elv 1 r 1 v iay of not meeting r otherwise i i" st r ons Ii iation f the g ment tl o 1 struction .f i nuUr and tl o very fou i Ut on of Lmeriam liierty f r HL in I in n mere ur sh when solci nl% oftii n 01 0 ir lovaltJ c a id o o r 1 i r as reprc enathtt that this o s ind nnj atn tic i cas ire is 11 ost scuous mcnice to th life 'Tleitsne is shall a politic xl partj elect itself t 11 eei 111 power Iv pul who are ..to ;ontesti Htioal electi >ns in all states0 Tho sigi atures so far ire as follovrs Will iam S Holintn C Iv Buclcalevv "William M St William McA loo Amos J Cum W F WiHr-ox Times Kerr, Samnel 1 owlrr William Farrett T Chipmin Benja mmfolively C A McClelian J B Brown T W Covert, A N Martin, C II M-msni I) 15 Brnnncr, J 1, Williams William Mutchler Kichard Vaux Levi Walsh Joseph. H O iSul of r.Iassichusctts John F An drew ClmlesU lumer Will iam Stahlneckor Tohn Tarsney, J A Geis sonbauei, K P FlcTwor William D Bvnum and Elijah V Brook slurp______ MINE IS ABJLAZE. Another Obsticlo in the Way of tlie Rescuers at Farm Hill Mme. Pa June which have boon burning in Farm Hill mine burst from the mouth of the pit at 8 30 o clock tonight andleaied th rty feet in the air Alleffortsto extinguish the flames hive proved fruitless and buildings in the vicinity been torn down to prevent the fire spread lug A Hurried consultation fallowed between theS in-spector and the district master work mauasto thoidvisabilitv ot abandoning the search for the imprisoned men It TV as the belief ot the inspector that it was absolutely dingorous to proceed further, but they decided to im sh the work themselves A hole ha been dulled into Hill Farm, and at eleven o clock the inspectors started on their perilous seirch Thoy have taken thei" hv os in their own hinds, and may never see daylight again It is feared the mmo is on fire all through or else filled with smoke In either case the dancer is very groat It is of a character, too that tnes to the utmost the courage of aman In the daik with tons of loose earth above them a false step or any kind of movement ma; bring death in an ingtant_____ OTiree Store Bodies Found. JOHNSTOWN, Pa., June 27 bodies o vvere found today, all of them being n the river just aboveStonebridge, whereagrea mass of wreckage lay last summer They were under the water m the sand and all were in fair state of preservation Only one was trfied This was Mrs Roberts, -wile of Howar J Roberts, cashier of the First National bank Mr Koberts, his wife-and son were all drofwnet but his body has been recovered. San Francisco's Population. SAK June Census Davis says the population of aan Jrran Cisco Is The Chinese population i 000, an increase of mnce 1880 Prob ably itf 000 more Chinese, who are regular in San Francisco in the now at workan the country. Sot lose Your Temper RALEIGH, K C June 27 News and Observer, pnfclished which is one of the leading democratic pstoers of the state, this morning, in -a double-lieattod edi- calls on the people of tho south, in ease the election bill is boycott those sections contftrytivIhi6ii may aid HI forcing this Toll upon 13i0 south._____ It an Old JFeml. LOURISHING GREEN CORN STALKS As the Emblems of the Fanners' Cause ROGEEBMS OF QUITE fl MOISY DM S C Jane 27 he 'illniau tide rolls and Aiken, beautiful ilcen among the oaks, has been overrun At an early hour the corn-stalk cavalry took tlie town, and tho yeomanry e had posses- 1011 all day The speaking was set for ten o'clock By .me tho mdewalka were full of farmers, and ie streets were crowded with them Captain ilhnan was the residence of Colonel E L lawyer, the master of ceremonies and at :alf pastmne tho procession called for him first there was an escort of corn stalk cavalry, ir Inch laid in tho shade tho democrats of Lichland It was a long column of joomanry, ach man carrying a stalk of corn, green nd flesh, cut from the Held Then came Till- man in a carriage decorated with corn, and rawn by a spanking four in hand, which Heggie had brought down from Augusta or tho occasion Tl e carnages carrying others, with General Hampton.tho candidates and Col nel John C Haskell, another long column of nounted yeomanry, followed, and a throng .ccompamod afoot cheering themseK oshoarse, ,nd almost drowning tho music of the band Tillman1 "Tillman' came continually rom hundreds of throats as the procession noved out to the pine grove where the plat- orm ha3 been ecectod BORNE ON HUMAN SHOLIDEES When, the corn-'rtalk cavalry had passed by, and four in hand was dra-nn up at the tand, a dozen of tho yeomanry took Tillmnn rom the Carnage and bore lum on their to the stand When they had deposited him safely on a chair, thoy stood around him waving their hats, franticallj honting Tillinan1" Tillman1 with a wild ouiid ttlco the frenyy of religious excitement Some ot the young men were almost besido 1 emselves leaping in the r chairs, shouting naliigbvcni as they stood looking at Till nan Wav ng their hats above him The r a tions1 and their shouts, put in words ivould )e boinewheie between hosannas and hallelu abs Tho great crowd of near 2 500 winch massed n Ctont i3f the stand took UD- the shout i g and it was a minute or so before quiet re- stored The first speaker was General Wade ilumptoni, He recened with lioaity ipplauso and manv laudatory remarks from :he crowd "I -n as with you irg ma said one I as i; ith i ou iu 70 said another and one old veteran reached up and shook the trei eral s han 1 The ciow d listened quietly to ii fo g a but get rcstle s have asked for no office, iTrantnone, I "will have none, and I hope that when T como to die, I will he free from having done anything to wrong my state, and my people, -whom. I have served all my life faithfully and to-the best of my ability I am not here to say. hard things of any man I shall exercise my own jungineiit as to whom I shall vote for, and I am here to dis- cuss questions raised by the canvass I am here to put questions to the candidates, and to flefend measures for which I am partly re- sponsible [Loud cheering for Tillman, drown- ing the speaker's voice for a moment Charges have been made in. this canvass which are derogatory to the state and are unjust. I am here to answer them, to ask these gentle- men what they have to say about it that yon may hear both sides and jadge for yourself It has been charged that the government has op- pressed the farmers and denied them their rights that the government have been ex- travagant but the officers has been unfaith- ful to their trusts A 01 That's the way they have Hur- rah for I don t believe it s so, and If vou will listen to the figures t give I don t think will differ much on You have figured too long now. what have thefarmers had to dowith the government of the state Voice Nothing J nothing' "Well, gentlemen, listen facts I give you On the roll of the legislature of were twenty eight more farmers than every other class, in 1888 there were sixty-six farm- ers, fourteen more than any other class There has never been a legislature that met in Carolina which has not had a majority of CAPT E B TltLKATT, when he deprecated the present strife, and compared Tillman s cpurse to that of Mahone Here he was interrupted frequently by cheers for Tillman, and several times his voice was drowned Fifty special policemen had been sworn in, and scattered through tho crowd to keep order. One of them was very vociferous in his inter- ruptions, and the chairman ordered him to stop or take off his badge He continued totalk back and the badge wasjtafcen from him Fxom chat on he was the noisiest man in the continually interrupting the speakers antfsiir- rmgup disorder all around him, among a group of young farmers who were in liquor General Hampton made his speech short, and sat down amid applause THE JOINT DEBATE Colonel Sawyer then announced a joint de- bate between Captain Tillman and Colonel John C Haskell, with Haskell to start "We don't want to hear said the noisy man Captain Tillman. wants you to hear said the chairman Here there vi as great confusion, and Captain Tillman appealed to the crowd to hear Colonel Haskell said he, "this gentleman Tiaa come here by my invitation He wanted me to ask him to Edgefield, but I didn't care to meet him on my own dung hilL It does seem that my dung-hill has spread all over South Carolina this year. Nevertheless, all of you but about twenty-five are strangers to and this is as near neutral ground as we Irkely to meet on I ask you, to give Mr. Haskell a quiet, calm hearing, and then I will take care of myself." This sentence was lost in cheers for Till- man, and Colonel HaskeU came forward As he did so there was another "don't care to hear him He paid no attention to that, and went directly into the middle of his speech. "I am for any offico, have come by invitation of your commit- tee, not because I wanted to I had come from my business home to recover from, an illness, and I have- been called here to .gender such services asl my counsel, to the people of South Carolina, whom. X have servfed, and whom 1 love." said a sarcastic twenty-eight years continued Colonel Haskell, "before some of rauu'cU' The fight war to oW teud Fowy not bwn mnretted GEN J C HABKELL farmers Twelve is the smallest majority you hav e vo PP "Hurrah forTilImanfandgreat cheering >tow ccntlemen if on the voto the farmers bj f aimer-, liave a oftweUe in the rtimo of Ood who is lesponsible for bad The farmers ou have sent there ASK7T.O This preliminary shot sh >vs bow Colonel Haskeli talked to the crowd 11 d the rnterrup tions show the ugly and in tolerant spirit ol the cro-w d hy did you quit tho Biobmoud and villo railroad0 asked a man 111 the crowd Becanso I preferred to do a general prac- tice ind not to fake a- from a tion to On ind get my pricttce at the bar like ot! Butm rciionSfor quitting it no rain lias a to question YO ce To get ofhf o "W er a mart comes before you asking for oincc ;ou have tl e to asklnm almost anything jou bat I conrtnoofhce I ask no one and I take none and I acctpt none Another man asked him if he was not a ai recU r of tbe Col unlna ind Greene ille rail- road while a me nbtr of tbe legislature He d en phatrci'ly and any i lainuat on ll at on tl any other accoant I iried from Improper motives is i foul slander lie was defending Colonel A P Butlor 6f tho agncultural de partment a man jelled Judge am fe you here to defend Tillman 'Iam here o I the state go eminent against changes which I say are not; true the first time Colonel HiskBll gotippliuse and lots of it -withcnesof, 'Oo it Haskell, go it' Sucb confusion followed that Captain Till- man appealed for order I can -understand why some of my friends don t 111 o tl o ay I was treated at Columbia, said he 'but two wron_s don t make a right Fair play and a free fight and I can hold my hand agnnst like him [Great cheer ing] Kow let Colonel Haskell speak as a special fav or to me No one regrets mare than I do what oc- curred at Columbia said Colonel I will say this, the no siest men in the crowc were three or four young fellows from about his home who were fuller of whiskj than of brains He then renewed his argument that if the farmers, who make cnths of the white population of tbe South Carolina government without regard toothers, disfranchise the other three sevenths andthetbree-sevenths would not submit, there would be an peal to the neiyro The three-sevenths pay taxes and the four sevenths pay S415 905 The federal tax was ten tames as great Then occurred a colloquy between Haskell and Tillman on state expenses We appropriated 000 to pay interes on the state said Colonel Haskell "J ask Captain Tillman if he proposed to reduce it "I will answer when you get through "It's a yes and no question, answer it now- if we can refund the debt, I mean, this "No, sir "He savs continueu Colonel Haskell Whereat there was some noise "3Sow, gentlemen, Captain Tillman is an intelligent man and wiH give an honest, intel ligent answer The lunatic asylum appropn ation -was SISG.ITO Will you: reduce I will discuss the lunatic asylum said Tillman Now said Haskell, "I want tc say in answer to that, the lunatic asylum o South Carolina is a charity grven by the whole people of the state toimfortunate creatures fo whom the most savage nations have alway cared No similar institution is conducted fo so htfile per capita as this asylum at Columbia The executive department has I ask Captain Tillman mil he seduce THE -CONTXKGlffli T FUSU "We etc __ "I don't know wBere you -Wai then. Will you cut down the governor's have already said Tillman "If the bill is passed, which defeated in the senate last year, it will give about not more than said Haskell. 4 So I go through the list, and ask Captain Tillman if there was one dollar which -was ap- propriated except to pay tne expenses tnandedby-la'w la therein the last appropriation bill one dollar except according to the requirements of law 9" am not familial with, the san Tillman, I see a contingent fond of and 'I did not see it in former "Did yon not know that it has been in ever; appropriation bill since the foundation, of th government "I do nofknow It." Task you to inform yourself, and a some meeting when X do "not meetyoti'to state that that contingent iund baa always been m the appropriation fcill." "If it to a dead certainty, on the battle-fieltf of Virginia. from that fame to to serve xayctfttft. Colonel Haskell toon put the question to Captain Y-J. Pope, of the TGlmari ticket lie knew of tion biU Bail not tho contingent fund. In the same way gBjQQOjfor faroitnic axtdjee- run down -to ieiursnfl'wBanS cijung same way xozuira Ijtthfes voice i "3, 1 losfe 1fois arm 1 tnaaiaoaiTM IT have tne4 Colonel A Sutler Mr I 1 ONGE MORE THE BUGLES SOUND RTH THE OLD FIMILIIR TOffi. 'he Gaofederate Reunion, in Chat- tanooga ROWING IN PUBLIC INTEREST. V Brilliant Programme of Exer- cises. ENERflL GORDOH TO BE IN CHATTANOOGA, Tenn June 27 .al city is putting on its gayest colors! n honor of the first general union of confed- erate veterans since the war to be held hero ext week, commencing Thursday A conservative estimate is that over f the will be hero Large delegations are reported from Louis- ana the Ca olinas, the Virginias, and Mis- ssippi, while from Georgia and Alabama tfca Id soldiers will fairly swarm into the city, and .e boats of the Tennessee River Transports- 3n company will be taxed to their tmost to carry those living at points long the nv er and its tributaries Sav- ral extreme northern cities having camps of confederate soldiers will also ha argely represented The ten railroad trunlc nes centering here have granted one-fara rates while they gratuitously transport mfli- ary bands tents, etc Already 510 of the  y the soldiers and on the battle-field- of Chicamauga, where addresses will be de- erect by federal and confederate soldiers. announcement is made that no confederate b will be used in procession excepting the original flags preserved aa relics of the late war A beautiful feature of the preparations is the co-operation of the Grand Army posts ot this city THE: STKTKE is OVER And Trains TV ill Move On tho Illinois Central. CHICAGO, June 27 the conclusion ot tho meeting tins afternoon, the strikers filed out and announced that by a -vote of 306 to 105 the> bad decided to accept the concessionsof the company and return to worfc General Superintendent Sullrvan was seen after the settlement and at the close of the final conference he said that the strike was settled, not upon a hams of any concession on the part of the railroad compaay, but by the complCto and entire surrender of the men He said Superintendent Russell s powers bad not been. in any way curtailed, but that he would fanue to give orders aa he liad always given them______________ CONSULATE. Blassulmen in Erzeroam. Attack tlie Consulate June 27 ra- ce ed here from Er7oroum regarding trouble in that city state that a detachment of Turk- ish soldiers searched a church there while ser- vices were being held, in, the belief that a quantity of arms were secreted in the building, ff The congregation resented this indignity and opened nre with revolvers upon the In the encounter which ensued one TurfciaU officer, four Armenians and e ght Turks were killed Many others on both sides were wounded A party of Mussulmen subsequently made a riotous demonstration and stoned British consulate The Cars ATTGCSTA, Ga June 37 collision oc- curred today between a passenger and service. tram, on the Port? Roval and "Western Caro- lina road, near Verdery, S C Both engines and tenders were smashed, and the baggage and express cars were teles'soped Express Messenger Bower, lot Greenwood, S C was seriously injured, and is not expected to live. Fireman Anderson of the passenger engmct was slightly hurt So passengers injured TELEGRAPH BKEVT21ES. Stanley's book has been issued in The census of Chattanooga and eubarbb approx- imates Bond offerings yesterday all accepted at 103 f o? four per cents and222 for tour and-a-faalfs, Toe busmess porfon of Carbon, CoL. was bunfed yesterday, toss with small insur- ance, General Verdy  r J i i wai OB flC to Lauui i a. ll ui With SPAPFRI   

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