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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia E. and gen- 3 at the o. o. go- go. 90. go. it Of S VOL. XXII. "ATLANTA, GA., TUESDAY -MQRNIHG, JULY is, 1890. TEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. tHE NUMEROUS SUBISPY BILLS test Poss.ble Collection board seine of the leingbad e (Mi board some 01 V" >UM IT ibb schemes that are Tne facts upon which 10 ba e 1 aro evtriorilm in. APPROPRIATION BH.I.S Occupy tlie Time ol tho Senate Tester- day 'WASHINGTON, July 14 In the senate Pro" sidm" Oihcer Ingalls announced his signature to the silver bill The senate then picceeded to the consideration of the sundry civil appro- priation bill Mr Edmonds asked Mr Allison if he was prepared to give to the somite the btatus of the appropriation bills Mr Allison said that the agi icultural bill and the aruij bill became laws, the consular and diplomatic bill was in tho hands of tho presi dent, the district ot Columbia bill was psnd me in the house of representatives on confer- ence report the foUilicatlon bill was in the hands ot the conference committee, the In dian appropuationbill would berei ortod todiy or tomoirow from tho senate appropri Uion committee the legis'uive, executive and jndi cial appiopriation bill was a 1-vv, so was the military aiado uy bill, tlio naval appiopiia tion bill, the pension appirpnation bill nnd the pobtaihce appropriation bill the river and harbor bill, vnd the sundrv civil bill wore still i nacti d by tho sen vto, tho gencial deficiency bill which would piobiblv cover four or live nnlliun dollars was still behind All the ap- propriation oil's with mcnmdhaibor smicliy civil and deficiency bill estimated, would ag- a u to about M [l 000 000 Mr e os not include penm- n nt vi propriatious of about j.100 000 000 Mr does not It oiilj me re rn! n ipproi 11 ition bills Ymoii thoame ilmcntsto tho sundrv civil I 11 rcpoitcrt tho ojininittec on appro- 1 n uioiia md VRiooil M by Uie s General LarH I will say that for minyvears both m war and peace, my relations liavo Viccn kiln! and even cordial with General Early I was greatly surprised at th bi nt U insult lie offered mo at the banquet of the arm} of Mrfliorn on the unveiling ol the of Lte but I am surprised at his not n membcnn it f r he was evidently blind drunk at the time an 1 not responsible for his actions m EXCDRSION BOAT CAPSIZED On. Lafcc Pepin and Very Few of the Ex- cursionists Details of the Calamity jfjAKF CiTY.'Minn July 14 night just before dark a disastrous cyclone bore down upon tins community and in a few minutes nearly two hundred people were killed appears to be an ordinary electric storm was noticed coming from the In a half hour the whole heavens had been. converted into a lightning lined black canopy of death A little before dark a terrific wind struck the village, driving every one in doors. Trees w ere uprooted, buildings wiecked, and much damage done in the short time the storm lasted. to be spent, and aa it proceeded eastward it MDO (rOTTTT) WAS G4Y assumed simply the nature of high wind, ac iTlJltJi TT -T1.U VJn.JI compamed by a thunder storm Hail as large as olives was one of the features at White Bear So for as known the total number of deaths b> this storui is five Bat of thirty or forty injured se-v eral are likely to die FIFTY-TWO BODIES RECOVERED MADE A iASTixa Off ALIi If BO SA W HER. flie expenses atte uUnt to tlio eiif rcomonlnf a federal oleotu n 1 in II eso features vvouldbvvell tho total bv a U ibt -.10 nt 000 To 1. ate tho Hies OUS11, estimat, d t bo s-i 414 5..T estimate is ov er 000 uOO --hort II tho taritt bill passe- and McKuilev s hgures are correct, J the deficiency wo I'd be increa-seJ to 000 000 Ev en the repeal of the sinking umd plume-bus ness I'll Huvlcys.id that he roiicurieu with ov 01 ill nit, which Mi Vest had Saul The li bun of c anoilyaverv nno col lei tn i of o 1 mi iiiscii] Is mat s an 1 books le to libtorv if the American coiitmont. i Hi. surest. 1th tmstei 1 of di v a iiu'lus. ic irei sit would bo veiv much buttcilotikr is cum 01 In i ell of tint 11 bra v ind entitle It the itiu in Me m i ilLlrarv Ilo offered au amen linent at effect and appropiiating f i> OUO for ti o l i pise Mi cat sent to the clerk's Hut what of all the psalmist said men Jfly dilfers his baste, from tha isalmlstm this as cv erj tiling has been delibor- ati Iv written of it It will hovvev er I tlilnlf Be Ci ner il.v 1 ellevcil that intense hatred of Mahone, nllier than w mt of faith in my honor and vcriutv mil olleil present publication In liiritni' little an honorable name, I can 1 i >udly s ly tint f or more than three score years it w is nevir tarnished ly the breath ot detrac t on or even suspicion until the foul false i of Rrati itous and unnecessary falsehood, uttered t. enhance tho reputation of a bitter n line ilencmv was made M this drunken Ther sxcd insolent and ilcwk and 1 id law would not relievo tho finances of the Of course all these measures will not go tlroigh The question which will be sac nhccO" Icthenvcr md r bill the si i ,1 f snbsilios crthcfc f Ulcctnn law? If tl entiie three vvcie suiihicl the business u e vcrn aeiit would notbciived from dis ross the senate resolution of mqu ry is answered it so m will bo, tl o republic u s villbef-i elbv a irtj cr sis Thejvvill por hips sacnnee the nvei and harbor b 11 bat never the force D 11 v -vi i NC v Astoij liasbif i 111 crrulatuii here toda-v, to tl e e Teft tl-it Sh l il W Into tie JOIIIR fi in heio arrestc 1 tod iy ill Ivy isa nffro Tl o 5 orv is however cm phatical v denied bv his on plojer, whom lie robbed anil bv ma u who bave known him for the hve vpislehi-s been in Washing on The voiing man was qu ti i duile an 1 a great beau HI tl o be I c a.ss of asllinpct-.ii society Indeed lo was into sucietj every where anil when he telcjiaphcd to Senator Blackburn s daughter at Lex ngt n and a lnt.li rank Riven him in the armv 1 ir y bcc ime tli most extreme flro eater anil ui'ciit ni-t 1C il'-o vi oil I tint this noto-ious prac ti a! n la I i h is emphasized his devo the iiiuitv of the An0lo Saxon, biAtwas at tho mercy the storn tin to an I the eniremiej fiism' to cuter t-> limt. aa a i euro iftcd of the w hi to race by re irpmas legislative halls is a limited as a member ith a fine memoir and average abilities, birly iiesenti tho same spectacle of no who 1 s cultivated the inalevo 1C t pas ion" until like vipers they con mritlv hiss from his lips Who can look without a bl i klti of boirow and mingled with con uion that aged and bowed clothed w th girmcnt cursing pouring upon bitth and B streets to the intersection of 11 finia and Maryland avenues Tb i to by GO to 54 The con 11 ttcf iccoldingly arose and reported itb recommen lation to the house The recommendation was -dtoby o 53, and accordingly the b.ll was recom milled w ith instructions as stated Mr Hemphill, of South Carolina moved to reconsider, and also moved to lay that motion on the table A standing vote resulting 64 to j thtt yeas and nays were demanded pending oh Mr Buchanan of New Jersey moved o adjourn The motion to adjourn was eas, 60 nays, One hundred and twenty members were announced as paired on this ote On the motion to table, the vote re- ulted yeas 90 nays 68 No quorum The house then, at 3 50, adjourned Commercial Men Satisfied. BUENOS AYKES, July 14 new boarc ox national hanks satisfies the commercia Community of Montevideo In view of the unproved situation, they have abandoned thei intention to renew the convention of 1872 tnatUng themsolvea to receive only gold. And the Thermometers Franks. 13 HOT, Played Merry KEOKTJK, la July 14 3 o'clock this afternoon tho thermometer at the signal ser- vice station here registed 104 degrees, the highest point marked since the service has been established here 1871 CHICAGO, 111, July 14 from many Illinois towns tell of much suffering today from the hot w eather At Carthage the tem- perature rose to 109 today Many wells and stock are going dry, and fears are entertained for corn At Galesbnrg there were five cases of prostration, two proving fatal At Decatnr, the thermometer reached 103 in tuo shade, but no prostration The report is that at Dixon, Deputy Sheriff Woodyatt and several others were overcome by the excess e CITT, July noon today tho thermometer registered 98 degrees, and at 3 o clock a very severe storm of ram and wind prevailed The themometer fell nearly 20 degrees, during the prevalence ot the storm It May Amount to HEW ORLEANS, La July dispatcb. to the Times-Democrat from Dallas, lex., early this morning, says Fire broke out in tho Gould building at 12 10 o'clock this morn- ing, and is now spreading rapidly I he Mer- chants' exchange and the Gould Inulding are almost consumed, and the entire block will likely be destroyed. These are two of the finest DuildinKS in, Dallas. _ The loss_ may aaWTZtxti t i ohookod. all vv o d ITci with him abuse aim slander from a he irt 11 d mind lull of wrath malice and all un clar tilliness etcept when fuller of bad whl kv 101 I am told that in abvsrnal depths of In-, present dpgi idation is as indifferent to tho qualitj of his liquor as to the character of his isscciates' 1 he ex ict words of General Lee, as written by me on the d iv upon which they wore uttered, weie the army of northern I think William Stallone de vel iped the hipbest qnilities for organization and command This would still give iarly a chance to be the successor of I ee but after his valley ex pencnce even lie could hardly have hoped for an independent command for there are upon those pages which contain the record of the Llorious but unfirtunate contest, lured by tears and stained vv ith blood none which we read with deeper shame and humiliation than these which record the vallev campaign of Ear y where the fruits of glorious victory were ignommiously lost by the license and revelry which followed the cap- ture of tho federal camps and after a series of unparalleled reverses ended so disastrously at with the total night and dispersion of the entire command of which Early, a lonely fugitive across tho mountain could not return to see of his lost legions one organized company Isow, more than a quarter of a century has elapsed since The garments rolled in blood have passed awaj and the south, rising from the ashes and blood of her desolated fields and ruined homes, enters upon a career of industrial enter- prise and material development, and prosperity, which alreadv bids fair to more than compensate for her lost political supremacy and old historic renown vt such a time the presence at tho north, aud m the south, of that old bourbon clement, which is alike unable to learn or to for- get is most unfortunate and injurious The re- verse of the benediction pronounced upon the peacemakers should surely tall upon the stirrer up of strife Tho men who rake amid the ashes of the past to bring together the coals now almost extinct, and retain upon tlio altars of sectional prejudice and party aggrandisement, the fire which once burnt all too nercelj, the men who pouring only over these pages which vindicate their political wisdom or illustrate their martial valor, only in- tensify the passions and preaudices of the past, are jtterly unable to meet the exigencies and the duties of the present, and never lift their fur- rowed browr to catch a gleam of the crowning Elory Ingalls and Earlj, we hope, will stand m the pantheon of history as the last representative types of that dangerous, destructive and happily A few moments after the baige was cut aw aj the steamer w xs cairied to the center of the lake and the effoits ot the boat's crew and tho more cool headed passengers were devoted to the preparations for the vv orst A dozen or more secured tho few life preservers that were to be found and jumped into the water, pre fering to t ike their changes THE STF VtfKR TURNS OVER In fiv e minutes moie tho -w aves began to wash into the boat and fill the lower decks while hailstones as large as hen s eggs came down on tho heads of the people who were huddled to- getheron top A huge wav e struck the craft on the side at tho same moment that a terrific blast of wind, more horribly forcible than any of the others came up, and carried the boat or All of th e people on booid, one hundred and fifty or more, were thrown into the water some being caught underneath and others tin-own into the waves The boat turned bot- tom upwards, and only about twenty hve peo- ple were observed floating on tho surface These caught hold of the boat and climbed up on the upturned bottom, those fust securing a position assisting others In ten minutes more the twenty fil e or so who had obtained momentary safety on the boat could obseive no others of tho boat s crew or passengers floating on the surface of the continuing high sea of waves Afterward, however as a flash of lightning lighted up the surface of the lake, tho sight of an occasional white dress of a drowning woman or child was obseived, but it was impossible for those who witnessed the horrible sight to lend any aid CALLING FOR HELP Those remaining began calling for help from the shore Soon the storm began to abate, and in half an hour lights were observed flitting about on the shore at Lake City, opposite which point the upturned steamer had now :ty fled to life shelter of the overhanging "bank They got there just in time to sa-ve their lues as the tent and all its appurtenances, together vv ith a aud buggy belonging to Mr Ter rell, were blown into the lake ill whose depths thej still are Mr Terrell was blown against a tiee and ho was somewhat biuisod anil scratched, as were indeed all of the party _______' _______ THE BimKING SEA TROUBLE. The Facts m the Case to Be Before 1'arliament July 14 the house of com- mons today, Mr James Ferguson, under for eign secretary, replying to Professor Bryce, declined to make any statement regard ng the Behring sea question, in -v lew of tuo present state of negotiations on that subject He said, however, that papers re atmg to the Behring sea trouble would soon be laid be fore the parliament Mr Uannermin Robertson lord advocate for Scotland mov ed to appoint a committee of twenty-one to consider the S ottish ponce Edmnni Robertson member from Dundee, liberal mov ed that the committee consist of sovciitj two members, and that it include all the Scotch members in the house The latter motion was defeated by a v ote of 138 to 1JO The announcement oC the result was greeted with loud cheers by the opposi tion liie division oil Elrnimd Itobeitson s motion was a surprise fcorty conservative members weie summoned ill histe fronia prar den larry of the piince an! prmcebs of Wales, but arrived toe late to vote i n the motion Mr Goschen announced in the house of com mons this evening tint the Inn 1 intended for the purchase of licenses would be applied to Ireland The procedure committee by a party ote has approv ed Balfour 3 report on tlie suspension of bills amended in accord nice with the views of Sir 'William Harcourt bv the uiser tion of woids declaring it inconstitutional for the peers to suspend bills from the house of NEW TOKIC, July 14 everywhere around this city yesterday dis- cussed the long and graphic story of the stab- bing of Clarence Gould by his pretty wife, at Murphy, Is" C Many persons there were who had been ac- quainted with Mrs Lillian Gould, and all cor- roborated the facts traced with much diihculty by the correspondents of The World WHEN FIEST SHE CAME On July 8th Mrs Gould killed her husoand w ith a dagger she wore in her belt but waa immediately released on the testimony of a negro waiter named Kob Ramsey, who swore that Mrs Gould acted in self defense In October, 1888, Mrs Gould came to Amer- ica penniless, and after many vicissitudes waa luck} enough to fall into the hands of Mrs. Blake, at the office of the commissioner oC charities and corrections Through her Influ- ence the commissioners of emigration sent Mrs. Gould to her husband in Georgia THERK WAS LAUGHING THFS Mrs Lena Bauer who keeps the hotel afl No 211 Christie sticet, -where Mrs Gould stopped for nineteen days, w as seen vesterday at her new hotel, at South Beach Mrs. Gould's stay in her house is evidently a mem- orable affair I laughed more I think m those said Mrs Bauer, "than I ever did before or since Mrs Gould came _ to my house while I was absent I would not have taken her, for we had ro la- dies in the hotel, but she was brought by an officer of tbe steamer, and when 1 got homu I found him there SHE W 4.3 A L 4.D Y "In every way Mrs Gould was a lady clothes were few, but they were the clothes ol a lady bred The- way she hold her hands and dressed show ed she was a lady, but she wa3 queer in her head a little She was alw ays talking about her husband Every man that came in she asked you come from Florida' Have you seen my AJ.D HOW SHF WOULD KISS' "That -was when she was herself but if she had been drinking a little she would her arms about anybody s neck and love them most to deatli A stranger would come into my hotel, and she would sav "Ah, There is my dee ar husband now.' Xhen sb.3 wonld kiss him I felt disgraced and tried to drive her away and w hen she proved exacting she would run to my mother poor old lady, vv ho is eightj yeara old, and almost choke hei to death telling hee hovi she lov ed her and bow bhe must wait until her husband came HOW SHE W IS TALKED AWAA "One day I saw her cheeks burn in twolittla red spots on her cheek Ixmes and her eyes glittered and vv ere so bright that I asked her to go with me to a plac after statmS that Sir William Whiteway, premier of New- foundland, has informed England that JNovv- foundland will admit the right of France on the French shore, provided France will abandon tlie idea of Tiounties, declares that France will consent. The Universal Peace Congress. July universal peace Tened here today by David In his address benefits to bo derived from arbitration, and torn a simultaneous graduated disarmament fly the various head ami __j ___i__ injured. Billy Mitchell of Ind anaoohs conductor on the Ail Lino wrist broken Henry Whitsell, engineer, dangerously hurt in the back James Mvers engineer on the accommo- dation cut 011 head and fice Mrs 1'acton. ofSmithvillo Engineer Henlrickson of the freight Jeff brakemaii Everett Foster and wife of Washington Ada Pear- son of Bedford David Warren, of Bloomme- ton Charles Marv in conductor on the freight; William ofPaoli, Thomas Andrews, of Bloommgtou Mice Bloommgton; Kate Taffs, of Indianapolis, are all more or less injured 3Lawyer Noi-vell aiad MtmpHY, ]S C July 14 haps the maddest man ill town is Law yer iNor- vell, who undertook to bulldoze the corres- pondent who called on Mrs Gould The lady, talked to the correspondent, notwithstanding her attorney s command not to do so It la now probable that Lawyer Norv ell will enter journaUsm himself on tbe first opportunity. Death of Mrs Gibbes. 4.UOUSTA. Ga July 14 W A Gibbes, wife of tho union ticket agent, died last night, and was bnned this eveiungr. She was an estimable lady, and her death mourned hy a large circle ot friends To Settle A utrusta B Politics. AUGUSTA, Ga July democratic executive committee of Kichmonol county has been called to meet on Saturday- next and determine the question of a primary or mass meeting, with the time and place. TELE GRAPH "BREVITIES. The weather is verv sultrj in the northwest. Bond offerings yesterday 500 all four pel cents and all accepted Beports that cholera prevails In the cit> of Va- lencia are absolutely false The cable between Halifax and Bermuda was opened for business yesterdas. En-land has as-ured that not in- tend to abandon her rights m Tunis The coverninent of San Salvador has issued a pro- claSion declaring the country in a state ot floods in southern Hungary have caused mich damage along the Danube Ten persons have been drowned. A collision terday, Uce the hght o Snow covers the central Alps and continues fall- in! In the district of salzLammeitrnt and ad- jacent country everything has a wintry appear- udent has nominated Samuel Simbcrir, And the Qneen Was Tbero. July The governmenthas de- Snaedagardennarty. The 9ueen was also -present. States at Guatemala _ epidemic- NEWSI-V WSPAPitRI
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