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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               r VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., FRIDAY MOANING, AUGUST 1, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HE TELLS AN IMPROBABLE STORY Harrison nml 1 Havc a Conference Owthc Kociprmaty >otllkelj I dominant influence and brought sonre outside in UN HJVVll tcroit in apuciilatlon August was tho weak point t the in irket Short interest in this delivery has ecu rrettj well covered and there seems little robauiUt} of a successful squeeze, bnt the nee of er certiileates to 1! JV4 and the ta k about mak Secretary Wtndom high for what be must uj soon prevented the soiling of next crtm, and this meant supported values Cotton on the kj ot was 1 ICc lower, and du 1 Ixilv SI He public bull 1 Sir C o o n Alleutt of I with Iho rnmaik, ti, 1'a ho opposed i ami l> vetcoJ b> 1 Thero'-, an rison r sayuc Sowtk th' sirotl ti ci den auotlit r Mr s 1 janl s r u the lieur il i tl 1 VI l prc i i Hi t'lnt iuit  nut I next Tuesdav ill dow n from B a II irbor an I bi dav. with him wil t lU itc Dur n, 1 i "A nci Mi U irrison li is rt miDate n L a ten boh bouses that in or IK w scheme in the vv av of 1, s[ runs: upon r -mgress> lie tolrn B an o lovutoui way of thinking and 1 iv t h m i_ioo i tc na' e any further truuble f the i urio a m. ihnent, which waj prep ire'U 111 ri on b f be i lopted Him i i wo ill i hB line of the idh x i n i miisL would be T t. inl I el ami T i i CM uj i Mr l.lan t, the ne i v. in Hie r ar ever uni ii too slnev 1 a poll i i 11 1 with hi stions t n I Um e 1 Blune will i roo his p'i vn i let t be vv ir t the knife botweer h mse l u lie decs not c iro vvheic Han n it ui for he aoes not b 1 eve t1 litl o i in s ious on an> question carry ne Oht U f ro tlu uiitrv I H V 11 h s lOtFIt E i u i n 1 is b in lo bv, Ytliens to the prn fi e KII tmcut heie for i freo leliverj M r 11 m tker 1 as leplie 1 tl at he 1 j n eUor do v i to see if the bust t! i c H ee roi i iftl it T. i s i t is ii'Milled to lay were oK Ijhss, coan j K C r il ith luile e E J Jbdrgc- 11 it, I5arkc cou uj E W B b. crwl t T 1 1 a Tic n f rlni Heciitct t i flun ttw M i for t'i in tl e en 1( 1 Q( v S Hnt rou ON JHovv tue Department Will chaso Bullion. W Ji Ibe depart jnrnt has ta-en firm tru trivins effect t 1 lit b h, r act bv tht r p ir ti IOOTI i irculu hieii r-, t <1 '-t It ti u 1 rt i of the fol ill be i sued tomorrow 1 ai <1 the ti thP -1 e (1 stiver 1 ulhr le-.-. t in 10 011 ounce at ai P.] eei it 1 coin i, .it.- w II i ei iv id eith I r n-nl lm it the volutu miv boiubn I d the t itv for vodajd Serious d was dune to liairi osi et t Ulv th ise in the v le nitv of 1 1 lit n i one thous-iiul pers skilled and OilO were wonnded "Shippintr in the' port fcus- ained no dinnire The Trelihorj of Kivas I xTini-mvn ''ilvador via Gilvcstt 11 Ju 31 t is n jKjrted tilit Gel cril vvus ret ciitly mil nduns bj the Salvador f iv crn net t, raise uoop-i u mud inil 30 n niun irmv operating aKii'iat (TUatem-ilao ithe rr nti r tumed tr utoi afti r hav 111 1 i Imid i H reet ption in tiie cii ta] h< 11 he wi SHERMAN WAS TARDY T3IE FIJtST HTS JIEVOLUTION JTATO EFJ.ECT. MR. BLAIR MAKES A CALCULATION That at Pie Rita tlic Senators Aro InS the Tm f TC Bill, Thciy Complete It by a k j t I. vetl i bn vv ij t r li t irnod rii- il -ID Imlmis t M ird tlu niultb? 1 irrtiks Iho jilting n two ilivs lut no di Mils h 13 tl i itli u his 1 c ]Ur ilo st u tt 1 tht rei 1 1 n I 11 Idt tlio Mmeiidf? gtvinuil lit s nne tlis but waa dcfe it il He then Bed to uduras _ Funeral viiis Tulj 11 Fl th" ficti lit It ftt it'tnii t  Samuel Colgan Mall s a Liiiqno Aniiounce- m m s ir vUut iir it etli lilt I im 11 ttlnt kind .f il It 1 mn BIMI li lul n  i me man mil h ml v cm hail on 1 w ul 1 of lew word" 111 I full )f t tho c ol the o .d c ec in re but 1 am i ouble Two Itovs IN TI-XAS. with in Their Caught I I Hqht SVN July gmg of horse tin vcs have for s> mu iimc i a-t teen r irrvuv ns 11 reon indt nch t oiiiiUts and U-st t hne wire stol-.ii dilTereut p irtips livintrin 1 rt O neho ill Worrell ami 1 0 two nltcen ind n rt pettivt v lit, il tu 1 oftl is t i a be tit iv r i h of tl ll 11 nsprvel i i rt on of an t ECU. I ft. n rei 1 i tv ah e 111 trea ncll ki t wn IP will lo pill ami fitil'j 3It i 1 vv ts Irvviii trie 1 to r a i ist 1 nil n i, a fi il ii 11 n t ie his r to ic Boiler t the t f iii-rui iiiim 1 u 1 nn e-- will 1 e re imcuir nt and 1 will I e re A Outer Aftfr a I plities M NT IMV Tilv ecial ]-Thc d o ru i- bi tiuii lie 11 ere coday was phe n t. 1 Tl e mnnttcp 3 recommendation ab co tun i heersnaSMtwbido the cm vent-i i 1 t cleetca a. chairman to su t t It >vas> ant Ilerhcrt T s t kni i of aiiti Herbert Streu., 1 ar 1 l t. irl nds ot the othei candi latts tlin le n e! rt to ad ourn the until rllcl I his fulcd by a close vote A pr i t i -HAS then ottered to abrogate tho ni r i us of tho countie0 to the delfcate Ih i i ropoaition was argued tor over ir I nt v finally tabled by a vote of M io A.ft T in lesult an effort vvib made to 'The nan c f t jl ?ncj Herbert was then placed hcforf tft ntK n paintul pause of sev er 1 n n t f 1 bnt no one sa.id i vv >rd iSo other n o -v i re-ented to the e< nvciition C n lit i tu not bv aeclamation There i Hiiri the fnqiids ot Colonel He bert vvl tvi ecttd the taffht to on to the but i i il 1 t( to achieve a victory after a it o u balloting Herbert will cer ta i 1 c P tc c 1. T h is I i i I us nee the adjournment the o i il L nvention Ir in Crei 1 t i ith the and bnspu on re-ted them sheriH Mills ind -tnrUdin pur-uifi of th" hoi is ui I ast in lit thev ertinc up vMth the thieves vvh  ]ail this afternoon killed a negro prisoner, named two nrismieis wert doing some work m the jail vurd when McGarntj svuldenlj turnc I in 1 w thoat-provoca u n stru v the attrnLe b ou on the head will a shnel The ne r livi 1 al uttuoh ins Mc r i. smlt w th intent to mar era lellow I rito jncr worl mj in the oit> Shot a 1'olicenian i, ILL lenn Inlj 31 an si oro ip lUrod is we ud L 1 li cinan 1 rink Ii Irunk -ii rlv ml v h it 1 u i it I h oh An i 1 lit d in tl at n iel ui 1 1 rienilb 1 tiie jun led 111 i n h i t i K u i unjustil illt ind the o I et Ijctn u rented and t accd nmhr 1 and The Homicide was N i T NN Julv 31 [-tpeeial 1 is b en r eei td fio n t tl it 1 cy dman'-liit ind killed his I r ther 111 law il li in Meill Me 1 ey had a nt dm in 111 I ueiit t j h s house 111 an intoxi ted cumlitu u ind ittackcd him The letter shot his uJant tin ieh the heart k 11 n0 1 im n Iv The coroners returned d. veidict of justifiable homicide ___ For Stealing a v Tenn Tnlj U special Kev lohn n s n tual be fde sinre n t u> charge ot irand ileni Ireuhni trust in that lie h fr n t ic i n and filled t leturii t K  roul ind to Mr ITJO male a statement in relation to the river and ha boi bill Itc said that the c( iiiiiittce commerce not wishing to an oi to sewn to int the tariff bill luid instructed him to conduit the hnance co inuittec as tl e time when tho river and h i h i bill i mid be (01 sulere I that stifch con saltation had lal i place, and that it had been to tl o entire satisfaction of both committees tli it tiio m ei and harbor bill vvoul I bo up on inday of next The rt nee roj ort on tho Distiict of Columh i bill was talton up dt-cu sed f >r an hour and a halt (ehiellyon the subject of stioct railroi 1 compamus and their shortcomings) and agreed to Till TlPllF 1UTI TAKFN UP. The tnulf bill was tbcu taken un, and ifc, reading bj paragitphs was ning p article extr icus f heorico and the amendment ro P irted from tho hn vnco com nit co being to ro luce tho 011 tho bouse bill from Oc to 5c a pound Mr MePhersm moved tn maVo tbe rate 4e a pound vUiUiwoull be, ho said equal to an rite rf six jercent prices curie it showing tnat the New York price w is be a i He spolte of the bill s be ng 'A b steal, from be inning to en'1 and t1 that he would niMc rerh in nuttei-s afcctini; indnstues of his n slate just is lie would in matters iluct D-, ihc n 1 slues of othei states Mi to ak Mr McPherson a q ipstieii lut 1 ofore ho had a tlnnee to do so ho v is 1 nnsUf askel Ij Mr Hiscnck it be would do tl e same in nferenco to industries of North Caiehni I did not know said Mr "V anco "that I hade nsttt ittd the senator from Jsow inv pu ud tun r nuntor ft r the purpose of in ic t> in n" vvhitlamg to say God for b d that I sh mia intend to what he thinks I oug'it to say m reference to this tariff bill [Liurthtor] Mr Mci'hei-son a motion and the remark ar it t.taited rmother debate, which was icpeated upon a small scale upon othoi motinjis to reduce rates named in tbe bill, itH wlnchhe fulloxved itiip All ol his motions ei o rej ected in i to 1 icoi K e, cirbonito of mignesi i morphia, cod liver oil fish oil cast roil and tho committee amend incuts vveio ign e 1 to in t   used at n cinrcspjn n of di tv Itewantel t) out of the bill hat ho could Oct out ol it fin his n i coi c Mi IMuum s u tndmeut was agreed to C n unmauuftLlured birjteo ci ton instL id of as in tho house bill an-1 oil the manifictured article one-fourth cent per rumii I instoa 1 of i er ton ftli MclMienon move i to reduce the duty on chroi ie jollovv chrome green efc from fjui uid a half c< nta i er pound to twenty hvo per cont ul valorem PICO to i1- 0 na 27 Mi Md'he-aon oTcrt 1 similar amendments to il i tlu i paii laphs under the head of j a nts ci !oib an 1 vaniishes, and with the su ie unv icsult on one of the jea j.ii 1 my votes riKie was 110 quorum md a call of the roll failed to pi< duce one The iv turns, xs diiectt d to request tho att-on 1 nice E absent sen Soon it v, as icp rte 1 th it theie wcio no senators pioscnt md furtltr .ceodmgs un lor roll call were disiensed with Mr Mcl'hersoii d an amen 1 men t to induce the dutv on whiting and 1'aris white fiom one ha'f cent a pound to twenty per cent a 1 v alorem After a discussion that lasted over an hour and ihilf the amendment was lejccted Thero was not a man in the house who didn't fenow that tho charge was absolutely false The charge was denied that the writer had any right to make the chargeJn the name of the larmers Alliance There were some members of the Farm- ers' Alliance, who were demagogues, and who vrereattempting to lead the alliance into politics and outside of illegitimate sphere of action, and those men were feeding upon jnst such utter- ances as this ed tqrial contained They were try- sne to create tiie impression that all pabllt men svere corrupt and that they were the only virtuous inipn in union, and, therefore, should he put Into .office Mr Eicliardson,   eterans, under command of General C D Anderson, formed a lino on Main street as 1 allows The Perry Rifles, Jn command of Captain W C- Davis The in command of Captain J M (j-raj and1 Tho Sons of Veterans, by Captain S B ISrown, Jr Thej were inarched to the trradj In titute Prominent in the line of inarch were tbe bullet slit battle flas and of Companv C of the Sixth regiment under vvhuh many of the old vets in the line had heirdPthe bullets whistle BhclN explode and cannon roar and tiie hardships maiiv ot them underwent during the oixties were vividly calli d ti mind Arriving at tlae drady Instituti they were seated m divisions vvJienJudne L t Kiley advanced ami gave the from the surrounding; cmtntrv numbering about two thousand a c trdial w elcome tu 1 ort allev nieii Capt-un I H Itranhainaroseainlmtroduccd Tudqo C Beeltt? otdriflm the oi-ator ol the Jiliy f> tho veterans His oration was an elegant one and verv appronriatj for the occision He received umiW rounds of heartv applause A.t the con c h sion of the adtlresa, the o'd and j ouiig soldiers into" line-jnd escorted the ftrav's park, where tlio vets and their fiienda tendered the society on elegant dinner, the al undanre of which showed the prospentv reipn 111 in tins section About half oE the society left tin-, aftiMnoon and tonight and the delegation Ir un Atlant i and (.1 itllu will leav e in the morninf. Mmv compliment4 w N for tho space It iv c them todaj In rip tlicir me tiug ami thi- inemberd of the Fruit i an> 1T mi. tenders fin thinks 1 i its unb u octabion md in the i The 5Sonnnatlnff Convention Holds a Bleet- infia and. Hon. Henry Turner. ALBAKY, Ga, July 31 congressional contention of the second con gressioual district met hero today at 12 o'clock Tt was called to order by Hon tV 33 Kiddoo, of Cuthbert, chairman of the executive committee HOB B of Bainhndge, vi as unanimously elected temporary chairman He responded m a ringing speech Mr W W Turner -was elected secretary and the roll of counties called, showing a full attendance A committee was appointed on creden- tials, rules and organization During their retirement the delegates were invited by a number of citizens to drive through the city The following officers were recom mended by the committee and unanimously elected Permanent chairman, Hou O A Burry, oE Kandolph, permanent secre- taries, Messrs J L Underwood, C B Peiidleton, W "W Turner and L B son, the convention to be governed by the majority rule Upon assuming the chair, Chairman Burry gave an eloquent address, which was heartily cheered Hon S T Kmgberry, of Quitman, moved that the convention nominate a can didate for congress Hon O B Stevens, of Dawson, then nominated Hon Henry G Turner There was great enthusiasm, and the nomination was unanimously made by rising vote A committee was appointed to notify the nominee, and the following flashed across the wires H G TURNER Washington, DC are the nominee by acclamation of the aemo Hunnicntt 5ol Henderson 383, ut 110 i or the legislature er house the ote waa S II Hardeinan oi JKeriwether 227 In the ishmgton preemet the vias Hardeman M Yd 211 for congr -sh >llcy 711 I-iw-wjii 3LJ, e, 53 In tlit, precinct the vute was ColU y 2W Lawson 131. Ihv e 5 The o mtj officers were re elected not without oppo- ition Dr .T H Loner, coronor received OJ4 was the most popular man voted for the county He sick in bed. Sheriff ohn Callvw iv renowned for his re- f Ued 1 080 vorei So both sides, lost and won. he vote vtis be-vond all ontjcipaflon but it vas a verv mec div There ire 3 Ou5 polls taxed D tikes md the full vote estimated at otes crats of this district, and we will elect you O B STEVTNS, Chairman, BEN E KuSbrLL, K T McXAiN yf W DLWES, R HDBIJS jour ropie- hear It-it on tins taelr SCHOOLS that three delegates who had pledged them Herbert element were base Jut- 1 r 2 ew or Jicatin and Ziinmcr Ilnsie J 0 Br hoo 1 l ok >il l, 1 a c hits -Mine md Qumn Sowders hise err s 0 aiirl iJaill 5 i -vso I errors 0 Boston 2 1 ase n errors and Mack Kilroj and uhlrties 15 errors? tolumbn- 9 tose lute t -tee hits 12 1 tier pledges liut betivetn the time 11 vdj irument and the meeting of i t n the change effected The and Roumson Kraess and Kochester-Roehester 3 hits f base hits 1-i errors l isattcries CaHhan Ilarr and HcGiiire Btratton -md Ilaii At BrookHni-Brooklyn 0 base hits .10 Toledo 4 1 asc hits, 10 errors 8 Battenes cl u r-1   tkota, Republican Nominations i i N Pa Tnly 31 aJatehour last the re} ubhcan state convention nomi natrrt th lit ticket Captain Burke, of fargo Roger Allen for lieutenant governor n d M H Johnson for congress John Eon is a Swede who came near capturing one ot the t nited totates senatorships Fire in Blorganton. CHARIOTTE N C, July 31 reached Charlotte today of a very destructive fire at Morganton The Western J-ortb, Carolina rail road depot was totally consumed, including six loaded ears also a largo amount of freight that in tho depot uncalled for at the time of the Ore The loss to tho railroad is estimated at Several small wooden structures were also a total loss The canse of the fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary The Sun's Beview. Daily errors, 1 Batteries-Baldwin and Farrell, J FAUK X J Juiy dl -The Reporter case was investigate i this afternoon and diet was hkc the old Scotch one not Proven lirst raee, one mile, Chaos won, Taviston second Ov Hi third Time, I 42 Seeond race, sjx fnilongs. Contribution won, wL, "jnosSe Bccond, Keporter tlurd Time, onemilc won. Pcnzance -1 the ubual pirtv 22 najs The amendment iej orted by tlio finance committee to stulte out of pangiaph 00 the words all pimte and colors commercially known as water paints 50 per cent ad valorem was agreed to llus leaves all buch paints at Zo per cent ad valorem The next paiagraph (01) m reieienco to xte of leail the tin nice committee recommending an increase of dntj m the house bill on white acetate of lead from 3 to eente per pound and on brown from 2 to V cents per pound The amendment was agreed 2i U 1 our paces of the bill hav ing been disposed of todaj the senate, at b o'clock p in ad louined till tomorrow it 10 o clock a m aftei a statement by Mr Blame that, by a cal culation which he had made the bill would ho disposed of at the present rate of progress, by the JOth of next December A Grand Oc f the DcKa b Count> s imUv behool assoei itton There between i Oiu ami t. in attei I into I I me of the hnnlogiral school Uhveied thr-annual w Inch seemed to pleane the en wd r address there wis a two h j in recess for dinner All aromul the grounds were se ill red tilles laden with d things to e it everjuuiv is invited to conn Up an i cat the crowd h id 1 etn fed there is nt irly enough left t iecd IH arly as manj more ihi in the ifternooii was fine Tht >od Si "chool w m fir t prize for lit t sin HIE vMth the laik-.ton J i] ti t as a po id im-lu r vvh eot --eeoi l The Dec at ir I res M ten in won the 3 MZL for -mtmg bj c i lUien under tw( Ive ol re elected for the ensuing NORWOOD EUN? A Kumor Tliat He May Stand for tli Senate. Ga, July ]-The congressional canvass in the nist d b uct is i the more interesting because of the fa t that r is being urged that Colonel Norwood suoccs: would give him a good chanco for tho Uiiitet States senate This phase of the situation ha been generally d scuaseA the last fev, Colonel Lester seems to be checking the dis- affection, and the indications now a e tlia theie will be a deadlock m the ona convention Mr nomination amount to the endorsement of eighteen counties and with that as a nucleus ill Georgia, neailj, would be counted as fa or ab e to him for the senate, in case neither Gordon nor I iv on could control the geii eral assembly Norwoods) fnendstu granted that the Gordon men would g before thej would to 1 DEKAI !1 it for to li m for the Two Throe Candidates Running aces DFCATC-R Jnl> Saturday will be i big day in DcKalb c untj It is the lay appointed by the democratic eve> utive cominitteo for i pri nar> nomination f ir state liouse oil etr'; memler of c jngiess and two rej tt ves of the legislature It n teener i. Iv believed Fiendc carrvthec uiinnn m )j mtere-t cei ters n the ritt I r r H n. OiiiU.3 Miirj ivCaudkr i a t in I date f r promises are tt be iclicd on li 11 jr 1101111 nited ire f, od llio ithti in Udatei iroTii U "i Na h vvh) lives nrar Kedau ml Mi ri In oak whi 13 are iiicnilK if the 1 arncr, i n alliame as a 1 U has ust 1 t end tlu thctvfcio this mom! rd ince i cfr o to v telo who tluv l lea i_eierdlv Ulitvi I l Fmlorsecl Tutlge tester Ga Tul> par of "Marietta today uiiaiiuiouslj e Futile Geor0e N Lester for attorney recoirmeiid him as an able lawyer, and as a Christian gentleman, and in every a> qualified for this important oftico Ho at one time reporter for the supreme court, assisted 111 compiling the code thn e times was judge of the suj erior couit of the iidge circuit and once came with n only a lew v otes of being elected supreme judge TTiq riends are confident of his election The 1 ote in hito. NAcoornnr Ga July 31 vota i lute resulted as follows 1 or Isorthen 2OT b or W inn Tate 25 For Commi'-sioner of Hunnlcat 42 Henderson 3T esbitt 21il Jj or Attorney Lester 285 Anderson 11 For Senat >r fhirtv second Jolm Palmer count) Georgia 35 Pomp Stnekluid 33 J >in Singleton 43 For General Aabeinblv J Ii. Saunderd hite county Georgia 283 Political Meeting- in Jackson Ji FFEI SON Ga July 31 Farm- ers Alliance of Jackson county scored a big vic- tory at Pendergraas There were raora people at the conjoint barbecue and picnic than was ever m this prosperous little village before aC any one time 3So less than 2000 people partook of tbe grand feast A table feet lone ladened from one end to the other with meats and dainties, is something that is not '-een here everj day Everything passed ofE nicely and was fao well pleaded w ith the management ol tbe table that ody is inclined to give a vote of thanks to our emcieiit sheriff Tom Mcfejlhannon, and Billy Harnson who were masters of cere- The politicians and candidates were here and speeches were delivered bj Messrs T B candidate for eoiigres-- and I T witty, for the legislature___________ The ote in Jefferson County I oi isviri-E, Ga July 31 pri- maries were held today in lelfeis n count j for gov- ernor statebouae offieeis state sen- ator and rej fer lower bouh-e All tho old statehou.se arcrenommated It is very clJbe between Ifendt rson and Jluuuicutt lull have not >et come m Watson can led tne county over Mnj r llarnes bv a larBe m ijonty VV V-arren tbe alliance ..andida e for state tl e ti-htcentii senatorial district car- ried the couuti over J dward Hunter The returns hhowthatb t Tirver the illiancc candidate for th lower hoiiHL is numinut d Tic vote for an t WtutfMi i very close but in favor of vs s ___ The oto of Kocltdale Gi.July '1 ecial follow- ing is the official v ote of the i Leld here on I Ismthen 102 1 Livingston H Hul- cncnl V M nhl t 41" >1 f o rnev 1 ebtei 4''1 C Anaer- oinimssioncr oC T TSebbitt 2Jo J 1 IlBuuersuii, 11 T Jl Hunmeutt Ib Tho in ISuiko ro iu i Jil> Jl criil hel 1 her lemo i ttie j ri n and the oonso ulited s-liowa Hie 1 lowing vote for eae i oandidnlc 1 11 Call vvav f r the senate, 1 1 n ajontv J.W for rep- ntU H Jiivi-N led with J I iler- rn n id I J Hi n n 4 J Hurt >nand I eater resen ative 1 ais PCIV.. rloeti >n and chai ce-s i r I villo t THE ILIXT Meeting of ti TEK Business Men AJLX ABOUT Oatfb s AW EDITOBIAI- Ca Julj 31 The Albany Meamboar and Navigation Companv held an im p rtant meeting this morni 111 vx Inch the> sent a ct inuaittee to Montezuma to purchase the steamer that has been plyinc between Monlcruraa an 1 Warwick to pl> between Ubanj and Ham bridge Montezuma has given up the trade on the I? lint river below Montezuma, owing to the build ing of the Albany and Cordele Railroad. A meeting was beld toda> of the Albany Invent ment an I Construction Lompan> A 1 com mittee of representative citizens of and J Uoucuertr counties, appeared before the board of directors urging that the line of the run on the east Mdeol the Hint river instead of the west side as surveyed The dire tors decided that the iu- teased length and proportionate cost would prohibit their complying with their request Tiie Woelt s Kaitis SPVKTV Ga Julj 31 The rains for the past week hive improved the crop prospects of the county The cotton where planted eirlj and property worked has already made a not be 1 i second, Somerset tlurt Saratoga Kaccs. Time 1 The Sun's Keview. j pourta mcB, r NEW Yons, July31-Futures opened at last nights' prices, closing quiet and steady, at a de- I lights' pnces, closing quiet cline of eighteen points on July, eight points on August and one to two po from, yesterday's closing K____ SutATOGl, Ju'y Sl-rirst nco, one nnia Belle Vou, Longshore second, Sird TimH.l Sevenentneswero ion won, MutualB Eesolution to Investigate DS Against Bleinbeps V, VSIIINC TON Julj 31 Oates of Alabama, nainBtu i question of privilege, offered a reso lution lor the investigation of charges of corrnp tion agaisnt members of the house contained in a recent editorial in The National Economist Mr OatCa said that when a charge of this char actcr vtas made by a journal of respectability and wide circulation it should not be passed over in m silence If the charge was true the country ought to know it If it was not true, it was due the name of the members of the house that this fact should be established Mr C innon of Illinois contended that the reso liition not present a question of privilege The chu --0 made in the editorial was Indefinite, nothu c definite was ch irge J Tor one, until some iKKlv i iadc a reasonably specihc charge and showed an abihtv to procure evidence that would tend to establish it lie thought the house owed it to iti dignity and to the business of the country to of Ohio, thought that if the house were to take cognizance ot this charge, although practically it was no charge, the resolu- tion should tirst be sent to a committee Xhe ar- ticle charged that in these corrupt days a man did not chance his convictiona without a considers tion That was the writer's judgment. "Whether ho obtained it by personal experience or observa- tion. It did not appear Mr Eogers. of Arkansas, said it was generally understood that tho speaker passed all the bills m this house. Therefore, the charge was an inferen- the speakervaud, as amicnfl "it that resolution should he L fur crop Coin, in some portions of the county, is remarkablv good There is at present evervin dication that the farmers will make a good living this vear and lie prepared to loin in the bovcott for which all our people will be ready it the force bill is parsed Commercial independence is de sirable by them and it mnj require the pressure of this port ol tvrannv to sobdFf> all our people on this hne hen the pressure comes thej will be solid Public Scliools In Sparta Ga July notes of progress are being sounded all over Sparta A two thirds ote has settled the question that we are to have public schools that will not be sur- passed in the state The new brirk pavements in front of the stores on Broad street are t wonderful Improvement- They are made of snarti bnck Stores are undergoing enlargement and repairs for the expected increase m the tall trade Seveial new and elegant residences are nearing completion, and others are being Contracted for The Waycross Gun Club WAYCHOSS, Ga Jul> 31 Way Gun Club shot today in contest for the state medal, won at Sewanee, ria last June The in- dividual scores, oi t of a possible as tollovvs r W Newton, 14, G K 13 W r Teffrles. 1C I> A Vi imams IG M Al bertson, 18 faeorge VT Barnes mada IB birds, Aluertson, 15, Barnes winning the medal The 'Waycross Gun Club is coming to the front, and expects to wear the Tilue ribbon for the state at Considerable Interest manifested by t them I it the rv >f 1 tin. alii u 1 ti" it btr of them will M indler "lhe poll it ctt.li voting nre i Ct in the ountv have to 1 e 01 en i and 10 o c ock a iu sun time md mu t be closed at 4 o clock i m If the p jlls are not 01 ined btfore 10 o cH i in or kej t oieii after 4 o plod l balluto c lot at tl; the poll1? at the conntv t open unt 1 0 o cU k but it can t be done t la tiiiti- uii er the rules ot the executive committoc Hi ic are n 11 ilh Irom 1 00 tu 0 v otes p letl atprnnarj no andlti-.tiM o ed about the nuii ber will be pollen Si udaj THt- THIKTl SIXTH Tiie Scimtorial Kaco In that Distiict Bccom r vi in TTO, Ga Ju'j 31 race for senator in this cou itv for the thirty sixtl: district is getting ver> warm Lpon tlic Iks that there would be no contest in this countv as the people etpected t) vote for the eboice of Mer ivi ether the oxecutivo committee ordered a mass meetinc to meet on the first dav of court and lei t to RO and lonnallv cast ampbell ti votes m the convention 1-t" Sne son elaim to be tho hci ce the c ntest found that a ordered he said that it a fixed up trit k bv tho liwveM of tie pommtU-e and then soundlv md wrinld he ir no explanation On vest rday the committee met and i PV 1 the call for the maba meetin0 and ordered i pninat' for next Saturdaj the vote to be bv distruts the Bnt both Terr 11 and choice of Meriuether T The I i Cn IOM'VKJ N a lulj 3 j i rntrt tolulicl I iiKt, illre s .s a kcd t j i cii w ith 1] urn il I M June 1JS. itv llliam eeiil ronrt T i k tl Uvtrc 1 an able i the alii mce 1 scd 1 r- in 1 w' ca i-, ii lie it I'u In s ha 1 tlio he tl i 1011 Li itiuu made on _ Card from fa J U hweicil the mibta ve jilent 11 1 tor Constita- daj s eh aid 44 1 xrno 1 ad of 11. as it hoaeiea 1 a uil- The lent Johni Ion M July 31 merit of uicliii c'Jtcin r ilvvaj t i New Oilein 1 Kn vvn Total to d ite 2 J21_____ The "V ote ROMI Ca Julv )1 di tn t 1J- H Harris rt coiintv eonvei tiun on tie aj _n_Count} Alliance iemoiit Themove- avannili H nda and I H n J, ville 1 total.-l, _ 1 loyd c-cni ]-l tho Home t  in th it county, tbat if my were distributed it n as vi th out his knowledge, and further that he took no part m the fight made upon Sir Coliey by Mr Tlmmennai and others He has condu ted this a on July, eigntpouita on i S3dSW Mr. Peters, of KansaSr-was opposea 1 bypaymganyattenl _____ F _ either corrupt or nagg nrast cauip'-n vv ithouc reproach tnie Wat he visited OFlve Tears la tfce Pen- Aar, GA., Jnly and Moms tea were triedhete this week for the murder of WllUams, at ITelton, and found guilty manslanghfer and sentenced to reproa Vilkes county and spoke there but h" fl d so at the earned invitation a larKc numbrr of her SstSScn- K Mr .CaBej_ bad been Flirabetutown had i 000 fire yebterday. D atlib from cholera at Mecca a eighty business portion of Walnut 111 was wept b> fire yesterday murn nc, 10 out thunder '-tr rins occurred tliroughout tho ]Neiv t n gland fttatos laj Tl B aces I" the tun w ortn arc Increasing in tiie Nile district in 1 t, IrofessorL. B f Richmond a col- lege, died m that citv A not 1-5 in pr V" s-, n S d island hma, on act omit of the hifch 1 nee ot flu wind'i or the ast two ma- teriallj injured the torn er p in Kansas 1 he Woni m s Christian Temperance Union closed ltd lal Jrs at V-iiei ille N C yestcrd ty Itibestiuiated at the that the nublia debt ha-i been reduced about four million dollars. The numbci or deaths resulting irom tbe collision in Chesapeake b 13 latt Moudaj night, ib four Houd offerings all accepted at 12-i for four per eeuts and 103M aud a halls An explosion occurred in T_nser Fritz mine In Germany iiier were killed ana beicral wire injure 1 Natural cas was at Ont7 ta (leitli oi great rejoicing IB atruck at Kings IHc, oi 
                            

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