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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE FOBCE BILL CO3IJB Vf SENATE WHERE A FIGHT WILL BE MADE Keep rrom Beins rnactodlnto n taw Tosfc tctEe One of Personal duranco Between the Parties them times their July TV as a dead calm in both houses ol congress todav, storm of yesterday Tndoul, there were so few members of tho louso M could do no business and adjourned until Monday The senate flitf likewise The democrats ol both houses are discussing nothing today but tho fcitures of the vicious lowe bill and its proapLCts of passing the at this session tho bill passed the ioufce it was just is Kcca wnnte I it It i ro- vnlts for drums and federal bvjo- nots iriund the southern .polh-igpUccd the republican supervisor isks for Tho bill in the Of dtmotrats is a thousand woise thin the forco bill killed 4Jd congress by tb0 efforts of that ran lest of do negate, the late bamuel J Kai lail It iMllsuirply place tho cnt-ne south under the ruios of republicm fe loral sui ivors reinfoice 1 by an army of blue w uh burnished bayonets. A CANDID OPIiaON. The Clitic the democtatic paper of "Wash insfon siys this afternoon m oi do n even npiroxiinateli the chancier the i minje the dcvoti m and resources of tin 11, lie whc.ni the) proi to override wh.aLn ht-j tUpj fatuously untwine thej (in taktt rpta> things Those people are strong r now tli m were fifteen jears when fcrrsnt with ill In-, tenacity of pun and his roserscb of iorua and material 1.0 U, I not m.i age Hum are wiser ab well as stronger and luivt. bcbi Us, tho trcmendiub prcatifcc ol occ matiou JTbc of the bi> onet is in i en, sect >n ind jaragrvpb of tlio bill but tlie Liav, nt-t itself will tone to Bleam ou groimdbejond tht. Vet mai 1 cfort, thit I ilk can-be mide to r-turn to the t-onbj w lio c jrcoUed it one Irncti m of tne ignoble and irrent profit the> expect The PI of the bill through tho honio w, due solUj to democrats who profaned to caroxise in Tuesday ratter than attend to t! tit dut es Ha 1 they bten in their places and v for the Lehl bah iiiieiidn ent, providing for tho tuft cenicut of the Jsions of tlie bill in district of the United btatcs tl o re would hit e been killed jestcrd ij bl ould tl e bUl become a Itfw, the democrats art going to give tlie republicans their own mta c ne b, having it enforced meverj distnct of the country JClns thej believe, will make the next congress almost unanimously in favor of rcj ealiut. it THI- FIGHT IV THE HECATE The nextiehton the bill will bo mode in the senate I here are senators who do nut behtio the senate will ever take up the bill tor so-ious consideration Among them 210 iome lejmblicans, but they are the men who oojose the measure oSotwith fit uiding this talk the chances are that the bill will come up, and such men as gl triuin ind Chandler and these men of their ilk are determined thit it shall become a law before tins session ends Tbe senate rules will, however not be changed Ingalls and Edmunds would agree to that The fights to be one of endur- ance Debate in the senate la unlimited, and if tl e democrats. hav o. tlie nervo and pow era of endurance the bill can never pass However tho republicans will test the strength of the democrats in the most severe manner. The plin of the is now to debate the quest on for a short while and if it becomes .evident tbat the democrats' plan is to talk the bill to death, to test their po-n ers of endurance bv keeping the sen ate in continuous session for dajs and wee and months, without adiournment or lecess,  a rioua d Iterem-e between the ho in I sen ito eonfereea relates t< bullion ix leiin tion da ise JLMPS UP AGATV, effort to outer the shops w ore seized and hus- tled away force In i few minutes Broad- way foi two blocks was the scene of a doren running its lorashoit time tho 1 it all their own w aj but soon the assailed men pluekilj fought back Asa consequence damaged heads among the strikers weie plen- tiful Tho workm-, cloak mikurs got the worst of it Around Mejei Tonasson s shops the battle raged heicolj dozen strikers, 'caught July 3 speech Governor Hill before the Hen- dzicks club, m Jndianapiilis, has aroused the cians here It is the talk of the hour overnor's hold arraignment of the Keed which controls the present congress is "itttcticularly pleasing to the southerners here, his decided stand for tariff reform has line with the most advanced, party In referrmg to the scenes daily 'in congress, the governor said VTUL country is miking a remarkable chap- her history A strange spectacle is that Tvhich her people "have been confronted seat of government A party excluded years from control of the adnunistia tion nnd legislation now nested with power branches of crnment, is riding rough over the precedents and practices of a :ercismg powers never intended to id upon the majority, violating the _______r___and principles of the republic, ra- tb.e private nglits of individuals, en- croaching npon the prerogatives of states, threatening the integrity of the constitution jEERd seriously undermining the foundations of OUJ? free institutions An era of partisanship liafeibeen begun such as has characterized no Jtfcof our history save that of the wir and welfare ol the country are ioEKOttien and neglected m the wild scram the spoils of victory, while in th? greeJ for power, and m the usurpation of authority no power has more flagrant disiegard Of the Ists of a minority lie record which the party has made its restoration to power is the greit political issue before the people Ifc is the sadden development of Himiltonian Ism intensified bnt xmdignified by fincli credit able motives It es various ical methods, abuse of huge es of agant expenditure, legisla- the enactment of laws and __________ of federal ft but in all phases it stands for the usurpation, of power on the part of tbe general eminent "I beg your indulgence while I remind you of ichat this brief butei entful record consists, and-nrge yonr efforts as patriots and as the evidences work progresses collected aie to accumulate that the be manip- and the objects to bo attained were too partisan to reqntre the services of assuredly and trustworthy officers and em- ployesr in ttiia broad land there liaa been republican politician too de- crepiton body, mind and morals to occupy any pther position of responsibility, he has been enlisted in this great army of inquisitors TV horn Superintendent Porter and his assistants have sent prying into our nouses, asking im- pertraent questions, mailing false records and foraging for facts, and fancies which economic cranks are to base theories on, and unscrupulous politicians are to juggle for the preset ation of the repub- httui party What ia the result? A popular distrust of the undertaking, a heaping df insultsnipon census enumerators, a lack of respect for federal authoritj, a refusal to give answers to the questions and, conse- quently, inaccurate and misleading But more than this, and not the result of the mcompetency of employes, but of a shrewd and deliberate design on the managers, as tbe statistics for the bold purpose of strengthening the tottering republican platform of high pro- tection and of actually reducing democratic representation in the house of representatn es and m the electoral college "In order to carry out the first of these pur poses the collection ot statistics relating to Industry and to the manufacture and growth of protected articles has been placed m the hands c-f men: who have for years depended for support upon their professional championship of a n gfi tariff, and who are intefestoq m the mam tenance of "war duties, and the party which has won many a political i ictory by the assist- ance of monopolistic w ealth and intimidation is quite -n ilhug the protected industries should have the benent of clever juggling with in dustrial data The simpler plot, however, in comprehension, though even more audacious in execution, is that which has for its purpose the reduction of democratic repiesentation A complete and honest count means a gam of A LAEGE GOLD MINE. THAXT 01? ORE. A DISCOVERY IR KORTH Captain J  isked t r a rep rt of the federal elccti n bill as pas uitli inaigin il notes Air oi irkanaa" demandca the regular order Mr T oclge suggested that there was no necessity to get cross about the matter Sir Rogt rs retot ted that the house had had em oE the 1 ill Mr Houk of Ten ncssec tint the democrats might get more it The rcquebt was not acceded to WHo Has tbe Julj 3 The Avorld a fair committee finished its labors tins morning Its business was chiedj of a roi tine character It decided tbat the next meeting of the commission should be held on October 8tl un ess sooner convened by the president The J lurnal says that a conflict of luthority as to the ippointment of a director general of the lair hat risen between the national commission aud the local board of directors The latter cliims the right under tlie articles of in c rj oration issued by tlie state of Illinois while the ft r ut r cl una th i authoritj ler the act of concrcbH m relation t  "Mr Edmunds and "Mr Sherman opposed the motiim and "Messrs Plumb aud Gorman advo -catetl it, and it was agreed to Vt 2 o clock "unfinished business was taken Up it being two postal and ship subsidj bills Mr cpntmued his argument against the tills Referring to Mr Elaine s anxiety in the matter he said that he wis as anxious as Mr Elaine to bring back tlie supremac> of the tmited States ou the ocean and as to the carrying on of forty f  1 e wore the But trul> s "W e honor the Pag That floats Backward looking ire our thoughts today but in the glorious future of our reunited country live our hopes The union, distinct as the billows, yet one as e grav, American patriotism is bounded by neither state nor "eetional lines The southern confederacy, a sacred memory the federal-union, tho invincible palladium of the present The republic united invincible We meet to celebrate independence A common heritage of those who wore the gray 'The stars and hara a sacred emblem Tlie stars aud stripes i living mbol 1 The constitution gnon us by onr has no truer defenders than the bons of the south Ex conredtrate veterans come in on train and thousand-, are here participating in tht meet iuE An address of welcome was delivered bj Uon Mr "Wheeler ail ex coiifedera e soldier and was responded to bj General John B Go.tloi The rmestion of organizing Sons of Confed erate Veterans was referred to the committee and probably will be reported favorably A memorial from tue Woman s Jcfferbon Dai is Monument as sociation of Orleans, asking co operation was presented ind several hundred dollars were sub v. ere elected General m scribed. The following officer: duel General John B Gordon lieutenant gen Kirby Smith of Tennessee lieutenant reneral "Mississippi department General w peneral----- L Calml, of Texas The contention then art Tho time and place of the next meeting eneral commanding and sUii was referred to the ge row tbe grand parade will occur and a gen era celebration oi Jul> 4tli On Saturday Uie veterans will go to Cliick-mauga and spend the day at a monster picni THE SPORTING WOBXD Result of Baseball Games Tlie Races. At -fLeague Chicago 8 base hits 10 errors 5 Philadelphia 5 base hits, 4 errors 4 Sullivan and Kittredge Day and [Brotherhood! 8 base hits, 11, errors 4 Philadelphia C, babe 10 errors 3 Baldwin and J-urrell, Husted and Cross. At base 3 Brooklyn G base Hits 11 errors 4 Durgea and Keenan, JLovett and At Cleveland errors, 1 Boston, base hits, 11 r 0 base hits, 11 erroro 2 Me hols and and Ziinmer 4 base hits, 8. errors, 0 New iorlt, 0 base hits 2, errors, 0 Batteries-Baker tnd Decker, 3, base nits, .errors 4 Brooklyn u. bits, 15 errors, White, law and stock agent of the ''VTempJusand Charleston, railroad, in stepping from a passenger train at the depot yesterday, lost his balance, and was caught unaer tlie moving; tram His left foot was run over, necessitated its amputation last mgut above tlie ankle men to-wiiom the management of the was rntrusted The chief officers were se- leetedjiot because of tneir and pecu- liar ability a work of suela importance, bat Apparently by reason of their subserr- iencv ta interest? and their unscrupulous audacity to car partisan, designs This fias oeen the of the undertaking This spirit fans characterized almost every jphasp fchd census! demanded. 8 errors 4 and Mack, Sowders aud Kins- low Eaces CHICAGO, July race, five a half fur longs, Cnbnes won, Major Thornton second, Brutus third Time I 10% Second race, one mile, Bacine won, Chapman second, Cushman third Time 1 44% Third race, mile and a furlong, Arundel won, John Daly second Time 2 14% Fourth race, mile and twenty five yards, Hock- eey won, CUiUiowie second, Mamie Fonso third. Tjrael IS Fifth race, one mile, Hawkins won, Salute second, Dr third Time 1 51 At Brighton Beaeli July season began at Brighton beach today and will oe continued to-- morrow and thereafter on all off days with Mon- rooutli paric during J'ul> and August First race, five cigths of a mile, Corlolanswon, Kepent second, Emily Carter third. Second race, three fourths of a mile, Piioenix won, Frince Howard second, Major Daly third. Time, 1 10% i Thirdrace. one mile, King Crab Juggler second, Seymur third. The start for this race developeftlnto a regular iarce, and tuo boys made Gold ore that assays SO worth oJC precious metal -to the ton Such fabulous richness of deposit is almost incredible But it is so nevertheless And it is in Geor- gia, too This wondrous richness was shown by a tesft made not a month ago by Professor McCand- less Here is how it all came a pros- pecting party in search of a widelv different mark came upon this Georgia gold field, rich that it almost m als the richest mines m sunny California's history THBTT FISHED FOE IRON AND GOT GOLD Early m June Mr John M Brosius, an4 several other gentlemen interested with him, paid a visit to north Georgia to investigate some mineral property there They little dieamed of the great fortune thofi their trip, through the merest accident, was to bring them upon But they were in luck and now that every ___. detail for the working of the wonderful deposit is almost completed, they have opened their lips to tell of the countless wealth that ia theirs for the mere digging of the ore and washing the gold laden sands of their Lumpkin Cuunty find But to tbe dibcoverj of the gold After Captain Brosius and his friends hail paid their visit to the property to which they went to I.umpkm county they started in a wagon on the return trip to the railway station A MOUNTAIN GUTDE Half w ay to the depot thev were held up m the middle of the road by an unknown man rough looking farmer, browned by the hot sun rays and begrimed with the dust ol the field ho said, if you'll all just get otrt of that wagon and step er here a minute I'll tell you1 sometbin that'll pay you better'a that old mine been up tiiar looking at Captain Brosius and his friends not knowing jmt what to make of the situation, got out oi tho wagon and followed the countryman a feur paces off from the road 'I don't want jour driver to bear what I'm telhi-'i nor noboay else but yourjseh ho continued TO THT PEOMISFD LliD Then ifter a litt e dickering aboiit the ditions, the party of prospectors set through the woods and the north Georgia mountains, following tlie lead of the country- man guide who on the way tmfoldcd tne iar- ticulars of the gold field they w ere pursuing The man had know n of the place for a long time But he was -veritable of the mountain hid er been able to make anything of conse- quence out of it After a wearying tramp Brosius'S parly came to the fabulous ground It dul not need, Captain jBrosius says, a close inspec- tion to discover the great richness of tLs place "You could take jour he said, "and chip the gold from the rocfcs aud pour a cupful of w ator through a lianclful of sand and glean the precious dust in amazing tions A bucketful of ore was picked up ind ried back to the wagon ind then without do- lay to the assay of 1'roEcssor HcCaidless RICHNESS ALMOST UNHEARD OF "When his work was finished and the ua. dreamed of richness of the deposit discos not an hour was lost by Cap am Biosius and his friends in nesting themselves with thff titles to the place Forty acres, taking in four distinct veinsv were purchased Tlie deeds thereto ha-ve been made and are HOT on recoiti Vein No 1, Professor McCaudless report! after his assay will yield 303 SO worth of gold to the ton Jso 2 is assajed at 31 per ton and No 3 at ?4G 47 per ton "I have been oier the property ery said Captain Brosius and I am fident that I cm easily dig fittj tons of ore that will come up to the highest assay b% Pro- fessor McCandless that is fifty tons that will yield .501 80 to tho ton How much of the other two grades there is it is impossible to tell SOME OF THE ORE Captain Brosius showed to a CONSTITUTIOIS reporter specimens of the ore from wl ich tbo_ assays were made The rotfks were literally bristling with tho jellow gold In a small box he had a piece of pure metal as large as pea tnit uad fallen out of a piece of ore "These oies wore picked up at random, said he, "and not -with any special search faff the richest pieces on the field Captain Brosius states that a company, stocked at 000, lias already been forraeu- o w ork. the mines The fact of the purchase and the intention? of the purchisors of the property has been kept verv quiet until everj obstacle w as ed There is doubtless a big fortune in the fina. for Cantam Brosius aud his associates And it was just like picking it up m thfc road HIS REWARD The man who put them on. to the place has been employed regularly alreidy by the pur- chasers to take charge of the property and holy in working it Just as soon as the machinery can be placed this will begin, says Captain Brosius Captain Brosius leaves for Virginia row 111 the interest of the Atlanta and burg nilroad. wmch is to run through thifl mining property of north Georgia. Con Cross tbe Border. WASBU.cro11'. Jnlj 2 agreement has entered into by Secretary Blaine audBomero. Mexican minister, providing for tlie reciprocal crossing of the international boundary line troops of the I, mted States and the republic of Mexico, when in close pursuit of hostile Indians. r in Jail. _ H July 3 tbe supposed murderer of TViDiam Youngbtood. s about a week ag body was seen down tho Tennessee mer wa-3 it Shoals and lodged in TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. EuFEito, July weet -i 'tho census gatherers and The entire business port-on of Pullman, was burned esterday afternoon Mayor Hlyson, of Elchmond, leaves today lot Xxmdon as a delegate to the peace conference The president signed theMaliob.ll yesterday., and Muaj the newstate will be added to tie The superintendent of the census has dcculed order a recount ol twenty four districts -n Kansas Bond offerings yesterday SU8.900, all Mcepte4 for four and a balls The president yesterday nominated Adam B. KinB, of Slarylaricl, United Sfcltes consnl general ident left yesterdayjnor Us expects toiewm to Washliiston SPAPFRf J   

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