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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               r VOL. XXII. TELLER AND PLUMB. ATLANTA. GA.T TTTESDA.T H CHEESING, .AUGUST 5, PAGES. Of TO SUI1 ANY PURPOSE WHATEVER Questi ther Blair Urges tbe Previous n mid IrVitU 3Cart Kcply rum tlzo AVpstern Senators August 4 [Special force bill is on tho decline, so to spealv ImU cd it received ft blow today from which recovery is dmbtful ai d the opponents of the measure are in Inch glee tonight The hi todaj administered by Senatoi Teller of olorado and Seiiator Plumb of Kansas Iho opportunity presented itself to these si iti n fn when B nr took tho floor n 1 inn mnctd tint sonic thm_, bin tilt bedTiti u to change tho rules of tho ate in r i r th it the majority might hav e the t r without t u _, the rules measure has no dd.il r Other republicans of the n ite have been opjostd to tlie bill all tl t n e ire now speaking out and it does, lool liko tho throes death ire diawn 2; iro n i tl e infamous measure, conceived an i reared 1 v the equ illy infamous Tom Reed fc< me of those republicans w hose staii hiighas been ratl ei neutral in rtg ird to the bill would now gii llj see it dofeitt'l as a icbuke to mt lo n in 1 even seems toll gone over to the other si It Quay lias novel been an intimate of Reed s and of late there Las been a cool w ave between the tw o poli'iciaus Yesterday Ihe Matthew Stnnlev Quav club of Philadelphia met and adopted resolutions protosti iijj against tho of tho force bi I tl e cmte Ihis is e significant w ith the re of the two distinguished western set atois toOa-j and is tikeii to moan thai, the vamaboss is read} to take up aims the iniquitous im asure If this be true the Toath of the bill is assured rni< aiusr BF KKFT UP Ai I f o r( to-it fiom tlie south inspired by TIIF t TION is aoing tht work Little uh remain in tlie sa Idle batting u t tl t, n famous fraud and force bill aiid cu i 1 tl o f rees of Harrison Reed and tho cntirt i Immistritioii cannot dnve it through the -UL V Ejreat offoit will be male when the pro-, lei t returns tomorrow and unless tlie son h and the noitbem friends of the kt pup the fight the doubtful nun imrtht be w hipjed m, and the bill forced upon us TV i ght tl o alvocates of the measure sav i Iv have a tempoi iry bet back that matters, will 111 soon and the bill is -cert t i t pass How true this be remains to be seen vviivr coroNFL NORWOOD- CoJoi 1 I sill tonight that he be Iieved Cok iiel Letters nomination was cer- tain Ho onlj i four votes now said Colo col Vorwotd and I have no doubt but he will soon secure them Of course I mean lie is with info votes of a majority ind witli a majority 1 e should Be nominated I cm op to the two thirds rule and he pe the con Tenti i ui iloittho majority inle and nom incite I tei Ho is entitle 1 to a sec IK MORQA.N Ei-FLAINS Judge of Mississippi in the house ioday deim d the story that he had b.is license as a law jer revoked m order that he could 30111 the alliance and have that influence in his for congress He characterized the story is i campaign lie, started by one of his opponents in the race for his seat in congress the papers that printed tho story was THF COMiTixuTiON The story came from a It was charged upon Judge Morgan 01 the stamp all his distnet.and reached here m the re of a speech of one it his opoonents in a Mississippi conntry reeklj it probably had a great deal to do "ith his tUfcat and it looks rather remarkable mt tho Ahssis-sippian should have waited until s djstrzct coriv eutioii nominated another, to ny it Xne story has been told and retold sere hundreds of times within two weeks and o a certain extent tho Jlississippian was being trac ze 1 by fellow members They are, how er to hear him, deny it, At this ate date VNOTKfcRP4ETY BREAK Besides soonng the election bill m the senate oday bj deiionncmg' the effort to adopt rules Senitor Plnmb ripped the tariif bill no FRIGE FIVE CENTS. propriation for the geological survey was not readied It is1 siid that at tho last meeting of the conference on the fortifications appropnat on bill tho diliorences between senators uid rep- resentatives were so marked that i disagroemg- report was prepared and nas since been signed bj the senators Tne representatives ever hav 6 thus fir declined to sign it and in consequence a fooling prwuls tint tho ferees may 3 et oouie together on a compromise measure The two principal points 01 lari- anco arc items lor the erection of a newnina: of the Watervliot gun foundry and the con- struction of heavy ordn meo by pm ate firms PLAIN TO BLAIR. Any Senators Plnmb and Toller Against Clinnce in the Knlos W August 4 having been made to tho n >i action of the house on the bill r a, lock m Sault Stt Marie canal ling Otucci Ingj-lls said that he had oh- erved w th regret the growing tertdencj to allude 111 tern t> of  n >ii Sir amendment to the rlu mwnio reduc ng the duty ilecoritcd ware to M er cent ad valorem, ami on pi 1111 luidecorated w are to 4O per cent nnuea i i o t and per cent recommended by the nuiiue committee and instead of bO 1 flj per t cut 111 tho house bill Vfter tho leb vto had procee led sometime Air est modihedhiH aniinduientbv; clianging the T" o 01 plain white chmaware to lo m tei 1 of 40 per cent The amendment was then 10 V VOTE Messrs Ingalls Madison Paddock and Plumb vo ed aje with tho democrats, and Mr with the i Tho next vote was on Mr Butlers amend ment to make three instead of tvo categories of ihinavvare and to make the rates 50 45 il 40 per rent It w is rejected without division The nmoudmant of tlio finance committee in il ing >o and W net cent wrs isrjotd to vvithoi t division Ti next question w is on the committee .mt u Iment to 101 as to all otlier I n i ete lrikmn nit t ie In usw ajh which IIMS tho ratooiidccoi ited waio at 1 0 per nt and subatituting ui ther designation sed tn ipad aul hav e i rintod in 1 he Koci i 1 an irticle in today s Isew ork Trbnno g with the siMitence The courtcsv of tho e eusive luxury Mr Plumb obje< te 1 PIUMB QUOTES SOME Mr Plumb quote 1 fn m the platform of a c invention recent y held in Kansas to nonii u Ue a candidate for ropresentativ e m congress favoring cm adjustment and reduction of the tirifE schedules, and said that there was noth ins: m that platfoim about the increase of duties So iar as ho knew the sentiment of the western country people were not specially hungry for tirifi legislation lie admitted that tnc taiiff bill ourtht to pass but he did not record The ISew York Tribune or anj other paper or half loren papers as reprc rent vtives of the sentiment of the American jii-jleon that subject It was better not to I iss itariiTbill than to pass one that was not t If it was meant that tho senate should have a rule tiiat would cut off dehate would regard that as a perversion of legis 1 itiv e power and as a blow it free institutions He di I not regard outside newspaper talk as t h it tho senate should do having any decree of consequence Sur-h talk might have been prompted by powerful interests that weie expecting to profit by the bill He had never heird from any other interest than the interest a demand for in creased tariff duties If that were heretical, he wished to add to it by saying that, m his judgment, if tho republican platform of 1888 had been supposed to mean that it tariff revision by an increase of duties, the re suit of the election would have been different. THE SPEAKES. PELTS TOM REED UNMERCIFULLY Tor His Partiality to BrecUinndjce. nf Kentucky, Makes an Apneal for tlie South. tho n i tm the back so to speak by stating that had the ucivmiej tarlT bill been incorporated lu tho Platforrn the minner by which the publicans intended to reduce the tariff, the publicans would not be in power "Mumb and Teller are very sharp thorns in the aide of the republican leaders "With tho Conference Committees WASHINGTON, August on ie sundry en ii appropnation, bill were uj ses- ou today about three hours, and made con- Arable progress toward: the adjustment -aeronceg between the two houses. The ap- SEV4JOK TKLLEK'S KEMABKS Mr Teller said tnat he di.d not yield to any senator in Ins dev otion to tho protectn e sjsteru, which he believed essential to the prosperity of the American oeople But he did not share in the view of the senator from ]Sevv Hampshire as taken from, one of the leading newspapers ot the country, that there had been any unnecessary delay in tl e dis- cussion of the bill, or that tho senate was recreant to its duty bocauseit did not proceed more He did not propose to be frightened into any or expedition in the discharge of his dutv on the bill He lias learned that hasty legislation was bad legisla tion, and he had learned that any bill winch deserved to become a law would stand the test of discussion aad examination The impat-once and im petuosity with which the senate was asked to tatce hold of the'bill and pass it was to him somewhit disgusting He was in full pathj with tlie purpose of the bill, which, he I understood to be to riise duties wherever they were found to be too low, and to lower them wherever they "were found to be too high He wished to sav to the senator from New Hamp- shire that so far as he (Mr jTellei) vas eon corned, the present rules of the senate liad been sufficient for the discharge of the duties of the. sen ate in an orderly and decent manner, and he prepared to resist vigorously, and as efficiently as he could, any change of rules for the purpose of hastening the passage of the tariff bill or any other bill Several la right Finally, on motion of Mr Aldncn, the rates were reduced one-quarter of a cent all around, a reduction of one-eighth of a cent below tbe committee amendment, and the senate, hav- ing- thus disposed of between eighteen and nineteen pages of the bill, adjourned at 6 o'clock, p, m, till 10 o'cloclc tomorrovr'iDoni- WASHINGTON August the house Mr Slorgin, of Mississippi mmg to a question privilege, sent to the clerks desk and had road tho article m a southern newspaper to tho effect that in oidei to ciury f ivor with the Farmers' Alliance, he hpd had his license ns a Ian voronimllf He denounced the statement as a fal e'lood ind a campaign Jie The house then vent into committee of the whole Mr Pij sou m chair, on the general, dei-eioncy aj bill Mr Henderson of low a, in charge of the measure explained that tlie bill earned an appropnat on of ?3 140 000 Items of dene iciicv submitted to the committee on appropriations aggregated The house could see, therefore, that the committee had scrutinized all the proposed appropriations The Pacific railroad claims were not provided for in the bill While ho bohev ed that tl o time was near nt hand when these claims would have to be settled tho committee had been pract cally unanimous in refusing to provide for their payment, when were btill pending in the courts of the country SPEIKfcH. HEED DENOtTNOBD Mr Rogers of Arkansas, took the floor and made another attack upon SpeaVer Reed nnd his rulings and tho majontj of the committee on rule Tl o hoi se ho said had oeen thrown into a state of an irchy and chaos It vv as sns pected that the speaker turned his back on a full fa r frink discussion, on opportunity for amci dmcnt on parliamentary decorum, on of ficial urbanity on Instor c and patriotic mem ones m or lor that he might unlawfully per petuiro bis party m power and diaw to his support for the presidency the nuscru pulous miss of ignorant and vulgii pirtisans who practiced the infamous and corrupt mvum tlmt tho end justified tlie means Ho h id degraded the majority with the full asanrnice011 the part of the ie publican members that if the scheme should break down undei tho incitement of the lib ortv loving peonle tiny would perish III e Sampson undti the ruins 1 ut if it succeed t 1 that he alono s imil I reap ill tHe glory lhe i w int cf pat i tic course wis e ceededtnh bv then smci Ui -stupid t} ami auion 'thennll Uioichal not been found a man with the conr of lac vs in t  This ia our countrv thpsp are on r liberties thoseaie om countiymcn ind 3011 aie im scivint and will not hue tl o one trodden dow n under foot and other outraged inil w 1 lie concluded I tell Mi Spetkei tint the5 curse you and despise and ind when you are issai ed in i mate and in public they are silent PR VIST S HIS MISTER Mr Hendeison of Iowa defended Speaker Reed Mr liogors s rc- to Inm as tho mifjthj man from Maine that he stood toda-v ns the tow oring historic and cjraiij t f this age of legislative v ctory an 1 refoim Ii the people of this repub ic did not appreciate what earnestness courage and inti lotism hid done in this congress then theio was no gratitude m the republic f r J n alty to its best inteiosta and when tbe man intimated that it was necesaarv for some member on the rt publican side to check the illeged tjruiny of the speaker and tint re rmbhcans were dumb in the rcsenco of an abuse of power he leplied that the speaker w is onlj part of the st hd bent n so amen ling the rules that the business of the country could bo executed m this chamber Mil JJUEf KIMIIIX.K S SIKECH Mr P-roc1 iiuidgo of Kentucky referred to his cr ticism of the present code of rules at the time it was up for consideration Ho pro dictel that it -v ould lead to friction between t] o steal er and the mombeis He was not now smpiised that tl e sptilors impartiality was called in question and h s judgment citi ciscd Ihe true judgement of the country would bo tint however the rules might pro- duce political legislation thev hid failed to that domain of legislation which lay outside of the iiorce contest of party They carry through a great tariff bill but they did not carrj through the general appropriation bills necessary for tho sustenance of the gov eminent The matontj might under those rules put upon the statute books a force bill iniquitous 111 its provisions infamous in its object but it could not obtain the commenda- tion of the people for its action on the gen eral legislation of the government The force bill could not escape the criticisms of tho people for 011 account of the absence of discussion here there w is necessity for dis- cuss on elsewhere He was nob speaking of the senate but of tho newspaper press the fireside assemblages of people Of the bills which had 1 under the rules of the house few hid I ecoino laws, and few of those which had, would m his judgment remain lone upon the statute books He nad no criticism to make upon the speakei If the gentlemen on the other side were satisfied witli that omcor, God forbid that he should attempt to remove that satisfaction If they were to ac cept the speaker as a fair tjpe of their partv he would enter no dissent The speaker had his supremacy He had exercised the su preiuacy he had won [Laughter] He had been a republican leader on tho floor The re publicans had made him their leader in the -----_j ,we will deserve dn deserve it, and he who says otherwise does not feuow us or does notrspeak4toe truth of us tpplause-l I have iiecn betrayed into these remarks t had no pqrpose'oCmaTanjr this todav I hope that it has tieen oainy part flreo from any other uittBrnesatfian the bitterness that sometimes un ueiug misunderstood interest in the ruturatuatisjiotboumiupwjth the best inter- 6 my coui am to I ever had by reason of my service -in tlie confederate I know full well that whatever ambition I mays- have 16 bounded by service-in this home I do not tnat.servics may continue, for inian nuiv take me out tttis Jiduse Tspeak tadav in the sight of God and tins bortj, and of those people who have Known meat home Since I vvis a littJe bov when I say from the luUness of mj heart that there is m> reason wbj the north ana tbe south should bo IB everj reason why brave and true men or both sections should be'ieve oacli other on the democratic side Mr Peters, of Kansas, said he knew from personal experience that tyranny of power as lodged in the speaker had been exercised aa much under the of Mr Oar lisle as under that of Mr Reed Mr JVIcAdoo of New Jersey, passed a criti- cism upon the administration for its action in the Behrmg's sea difficulty, and Mr Boutelle took up the defence of Mr Heed and tlien passed to the Clayton Breckmridge case in ai d built up a sttongdeuunciatioii of election methods m the south Ihere were, he said, m Has fBoutelle s) district, a numhei of democrats who alwajs v oted nst him, but the T ere counted and his antagonist was nev er assassinated like a dotrm bis tracks [Applause on renublicd.ii side Pending, a disposition of tho bill, the com- mittee rose and the house adjourned THE COIORED WELCOME TO ENGLAND. Trjxz rear's OSJiOJZHiE QUEEN'S SIGNAL TO HER GRANDSON Tlic I Iring- of Salutes to tlie Cerman Squad- Meeting: Between 1 tctoria and Emperor Promises to Take a Hand in South Car- COLUMBIA, S C f August 4 now appears that the political situation in bout'i Carolina is to be farther complicated by the Colored Farmers Alliance as an organi- 7ation, jumping into the pohtieal aieua The scite alliance lecturer, Powers, aajstlie colored alliance has members in bouth Caro lina Tlie cliief purpose of the order is mutual benefit, and this, he contends can be gamed as w ell by entering politics as by establishing storehouses. Tlie alliance he remarked, in tended to was to its advantage and if they anything bv politics jnstined m doing so The colored of the state will have a great gatherjjg at Aikeu Tuesday, and Mr Powers expects that fully alliancemen and their .families will attend After the meeting representatives from all the courrtiy alliances iriH hold a secret contention, to dib- the political situation and make arrange for tbe picsentation of aln nice cindi dates Tlio colloied alliance wzll probably take up TilJUnan, and pas> icsolutions order lag the members to support him, Pow crs said that the colored alliance has already decided to piesent candidates foi congress in three first.second and THK AXABATIA EI.FCTIOM Gallant Tom Jones is Llocted Governor of Alabama BIRMINGHAM, ATi, August 4 The state election, passed off very quietly to- state m a few" counties vrnere local issues aroused some interest In this city and county the total vote will fall several thousand below the T oie fti ernor two 3ears igo Returns ire coming in ery slowly but the indications are that tl e demo- cratic majont-v w ill he about the same stuojeirs ago Tho republicans seem to nude little effort to poll a full vote ex cept in a few counties In this city the re publican vote was the highest polled Reports from the black belt are to the effect thit the total vote will bo very light and that at most places, few neciocs voted There was little enthusiasm anywhere and no dis turbances been reported August 4 German imperial yacht Hoheiizollern, with Emperor Will aam and-his brother, Prince Henry on board, arrived at Osfiorne at 10 o'cloclc this morning The queen signaled, 'Welcome to his ma- from Osborno house, liex palace on the isle of Wight, as tbe yacht entered Cowes Beads The urmco of Wales and dute of Counaught, on board the royal yacht Alberta, went out to meet the emperoi number of otlier members of the royal family awaited his arrival on the private landing stage One German iron-clad accompanied the Hohenzollern She was also escorted into the harboc by fne British torpedo boats The emperor landed A salute was fired on hit, entering the carnage His majesty drove to Osborue house, where the queen, princess of Wales-and duchess of Edinburgh received him at the entrance As he entered, a band played German and English anthems The emperor wore bis British admiral s uniform TBE MEDICAI, The Addresses IXOCKINCt To Witness tho Exec A17BURV of Kemmler bj if Welcome In Berlin at Its Opening. Bsni-iN August 4 tenth international medical congress opened in this city todiy Ilerr von Boetticher, chief of the imperial home ofhce and representative of the chan collor, Herrtvon Mbltzahn, imperial treas- urer, Dr Prussian minister of ecclesiastical affairs, instruction and medicinal affairs and Herr HerEuth. Prubsiau minister to the interior represented the German governmental opening ceremony Professor Virchow, president of the congress, made the opening address HP expressed the emperor s sympathy with the objects of the con greas and said that Germany would devote herself to science and humane efforts Two thousand hundred German, and for eigii doctors including 500 physicians from America, are present Von Boetticher made an address, welcoming the delegats in behilf of the German stages, and Dr von Gossler we corned them oil behalf of the educational department An address welcoming the dele gates to Berlin was made bj the burgomaster of the citj Dr Hamilton surgeon general of the United States marine hospital borvice, who of the congress hold last year at "Wash iigTon and othois made speeches in re spouse to tbe addresses of welcome Among the British doctors attending the congress are Sn James Pagel S r Andrew Clarke, Professor Stewart, of Edinaburgh, and Professor Stokes of Dublin Among the Americans are Brs Draper Jacobi Busey and Sexton Sir Joseph Lister, of Jjondon, a paper on The Present Posi- tion of Antiseptic Surgery A vote of thanks to the author was by Duke Karl Theodore, of Bavaria Professor Koch read a paper on "Bacteriology, refeiring especially to the good results of the of tubercle bacillus Professor Yircuow, president of the conjjress, announced, the arrtnsrement of sectio-13, Tod liiv tied all the mooibcig to a. fete in the evening in Ausstellung's parlc James Page! v> as elected honorary president PBACF BUJTISOS Electricity AUBUEN, N Y August aton afternoon assured an mqumusr cor- respondent that Kemmler would not be exe- cuted tho next twenty four hours Aiiat period will lapse at 7 o'clock tomorrow afternoon Bearing upon this no nt is a pnvste dispatch received in this city this afternoon from Buffalo stating that invited witnesses to the elocution had been asked to be present m Aa burn at 7 o'clock tomorrow evemn This 13 asneartothetime of the eiecuSon as the present n formation goes The town, w thronged with To- night Warden Darstou has made known mne- teen of the twenty-six person who, beside him. self, may witness the execution of Kemmler Here jre the names Dr Charles F. McDonild, Dr E C Snit7ka Dr W I Jenkins and Robert Dunlin of York city Dr A P South worth Dr George E Tell, Dr Charles I onler Dr C N Dimelsand Tracy C Baker of Buffalo. C K city electrtrian of Buffalo 9mnpy, attorney ani Sheriff Olm A Jenkins of Erie county Jus- tice Henry A Childs of Buffalo Dr Samuel B Word, secretary of state board of tealTh-NT ]Lewis Batch and Dr. J Nelhs, of Albany, Dr Henrj A Argue, of Corning, Ex: State Senator Daniel H McMilJaii of Erie countv, and John B. btauncafield, of Elmira Two ministers were to be added bringing the number to twenty- one, which es to the warden tho choice of only nve deputies, to which himself wiU ba added, making twenty seven persona to be present TltoE WHITE CA PS AT WORK They the Back of an Obstinate and Notorious Woman S C Angnsti- [Special The white caps demonstrated beyond tho shadow of a doubt that the various they o been sending -were meant n dead earnest Susie Williams, i negro woman, -was the recipient of one of their notices which demanded that she should abandon certain nefarious practices of n hub she was noton- ouslj guilty To this card she paid no atten- tion whatever and even boasted of her inten- tion to continue in her evil Last night at about 10 o'clock, a part> of masked men, having gamed admittance to her house took her from thence and ndmimsleicd to hoe a most teirbie beating The woman when released applied to the police for protection. She was unable to recognize any of her as- sailants Her back was badly lacerated and her w hole plight was puiable, Ihe police are attempting to work the matter up but hava absolutely no clue as to who the guilty parties are Manv notices have been sout by tho wh ta caps audit is feared there will be more trouble. A White Priso C lKRIIi.t> BY TJXLMA.N. Place in chair and he had exercised that leadershm [Laughter p THB SPE4XERS CONTRASTED Mr Breckinridge then proceeded to contrast the personal and political relations which isted between Speaker Carlisle and the mem bers that which existed between them and Speaker Reed In the last congress, the members of the minority had always been treated Now a member of the minority rising for recognition did not Know w hit treatment he would receive at the hands of the speaker Ho then proceeded to make in earnest appeal against the force bill, con eluding as follows AS AI PEAL TOE HTS PEOIT E en of the north, snail we not come to gethcr Wlrycan t we lay aside these take 'rotten burroughs from tho south- ou cannot hold power here liy mercena ries put it the polls You cannot control this house by the nse of the army You cannot keep political power tlobaoclnnp the ballot box or the jury box, cannot make the country one In turning out members who are elected by the people and seating non elected by your votes. what you can do is this You can aid the people of the- south to build up tbat ytm can help us our mines, bridge our rivers tunnel our endow our schools, make our col- leges prosperous, erect churches, kept our- progressive march The Lawyer Seems to No South Carolina Politics. Cirutt.rsTOV, S C August 4 Something like i Tillman tidal -wave swept OA er the state today Comentions were held in Greenville, Anderson Manon Pickensand several other counties and Tillmau delegates elected the Tnlinamtes having captured the democratic machinery The farmers1 ment, as it is called, ilso made a broad reach out after congressional srilpi In the fourth district D K Morris and m the E T Stackhouse, were endorsed for congress, Mpe Cothran and Bargan, the present members (Both are alliancemen now has an agricultural look, and the chances are grow ing daily more oromismg for the biggest kind of a sj lit THE ONLY Is COLORED MAN EI.ECTFJD n Old Slave of Isaac Montgomery, Jefferson Mias August 4 The leturns of tho election held last Tuesday, for delegates to the constitutional convention are still incomplete but are shown to been very small as there was no contest It will probablj not reach over GO 000 George P Melcyoir and Isah T Montgomery, republic ans, are elected in Bolivar county Mont- gomery will bo the only colored man m the He was a slave of Jefferson Da vis and is a man of great intelligence It vas his paper that was read before the house corn mittee on mers and harborst representmc the t colored citizens of the delta selves in the line of so that jour sons niav come and Jave bny our lands enjoy tbe salubrity our climate' tnrow in tu'ir lot with ours, intermarrv m our families, that white there tnll still be a north and a south, it will be a loving: and ncn a prosperous and patriotic south That is whatwe democrats, wlio anting side the chamber pro- test against your mien, desire to have done by aie people who are behind you, at home la it possible that it can be I appeal to Massachusetts of Plymouth, 1 appeal to the Western settled, by men JFncIand I. appeal to the living soldiets whOMet na in battle array, I appeal to Ouristians who kneel with us at sincerity and braverv JSehlndyou, I appeal to tho HviBgpcopTe qf the north. Give Tlie Kentucky Election LOUISVILLE, August general election is progressing quietly throughout Kentucky todav The only office to be filled bj the choice ot the voters of the entire state is the olerksliip of the court of appeals AVoodford Longinoor for clerk of the court of appeals, bids fair to have a larger maionty than the democratic ticket received at the last general election Governor Bucknor came from Clifton Springs, K Y to his home in Hart courity, especially, to vote A judge for the court of appeals will bo elected from the third district and three judges of the superior couit will be chosen Delegates to the first constitutional convention since 1849 will be chosen From returns from 60 of the 110 counties by companson of gain, it is estimated that Long moor, democrat, for clerk of the court of ap- peals, haVe about majority Another Democratic Scalp "WXSHrNGTOiT, August majority report of the house committee on elections in the contested case of Groodrieb vs, Bultock-frora the second Florida district, was today sub- mitted to the house By Chairman Rowell The report, in the main, discusses the allegations concerning the alleged misconduct and illegal practices of the officers of election in obstruct- ing colored voters. The committee decided that Gcodricn is entitled to the seat, and usual resolution m contested cases is appended setting forifc this fact Althonffli Celman a Guarded Forming a Cabinet. Lei's DON August r> Junes dispitch from Buenos Ayres bays Prosidont Pelh grin threatens to lesion Celnitn has offered evorj post in the cabinet to opposition leaders but each one has declined the offer Officeis of tlie reariinents recently opposed to each other now fratormzx; md dechue that hence foith ti o troops will be united Naval ofiicers, have resumed their Policemen and firemen defend Celman s house against surprise by the annv. THE DISPATCHES CONFLICT. latest from the 1> j ffl c, ulty in Central CITI OF TttKxic o via Galvoston August 4 dispitch from fealvidorsivs that General Tuufraraj at the head of the Guatemalan revolutionists lias taken Chiqmmaui i, near tho capital and t iat the loss this pi ice has obliged the Guatemalan eminent to con centrato its troops toward the capital A Guatemalan dispatch says it is untrue that an attempt was made to assassinate President Barn 11 as and denies that the icvolution is of importance The dispatch alto says that Mm ister Mirner's correspondence has not been tampered with, and that the minister has for days been in free communication with tho United States government special dispatch from Guatemala savs the diplomatic corps has offered to negotiate m the interests of peace that the offer hab beeii accepted Guard Who Abuses Hlft Tower BiiwmtGiiiM Ala August 4 ]__ At tlie county convict cajnp at Vineville, miles from this citj last night Bill Moonej, a white guard shot and killed Julia Peauon, a coU red female prisoner Mooney a piehmuiarj ir al before a county justice -nd discharged He MIOIO that tho woman attempted to escape and attacked him Twth a large butcher knife, loday one of tho convict inspectors wont out to the camp to in- tue matter He learned thatMooney brought .liquor to trie camp and made a num.- convicts drnn! and quantity of the llffaor himself Then, it is alleged, ho attempted a criminal assault on the woman Julia Pearson She resisted and defended herself with a knife u hen Mooney shot J er A warrant was sw om out thib afternoon, charging Mooney with uiardei, but he had skippeJ out and lias uot been arrested Keststcifd Letters Miseinc ST I Otis: August mail robbery 13 reported on the incoming Alton train arrn ing from Chicago this morning George Harris, route igent turned 01 er to tho postofhco authorities Ihe mail matter under his care and wont off of dutj letters were found to be missing tho postoftice refused to receive the matter and telegraphed the Chicago office to that effect Inspector Stewart started from Cliicago and w ill arm chore tomorrow morning Hams had considerable monoj with him when he arrived here "Where he went is not known A 1IKXICAN KAII> as A Upon a Border Town in T Killed SVN ANTOMO, lex August 4 An was, m ide upon the town of Shafter Presmo this morning by seventy Mexicans State Hanger J I Grn es was killed and Deputy Sheriff I Lee seriously wounded while endeavoring to arrest the Mex loins A posse of rangers and deputy sheriffs left Marfa to capture the marauders It is reported that Suaftor w as sacked and burned further particulars have been received here A Trapedy Oior a Wife SAN AM.OMO Tex August 4 Morgan "White a well to do rancher hvn g aS Locklurt Mas shot and killed by KnicsC Blum, a business man of that town Blunt accused "Wiutc of ciri-ulatmg a report ibout his -wife and this monnng him a cow- hiding White then went in search of ttlutn with a shotgun Ihe two men met and Blunt shot White through the head with a bullet from a pisto1 Fig-lit Among: Italians BOETND BROOK N J August terrible, has occurred lu an Italian settlement known as Pit Twomen nerekiMed, ttnd seteral others are not expected to live Tho fight started 01 er a e aflair 1VHVT of tlie Bu BLAZt. Opposed to SFARTABEtrtta, S, C., August rSpeaal 1 The-eTedaon of delegates to the county con- -renlaon resulted, in a handsome victory for the party, Tillman's forces organized, and tbe resuit" was a surprise for Thejotal vote. Eblled was 521, otwhich the TiHmanitesTTeceivei and the -Tha election, passed. quietly, though excitement ran high. Russia's Military Ulaiiceuvors ST PKTOERSBURG, August troops will take part in the military maneuv- ers to be held before tbe czar in Volhyma. m September Emporer William will arrive at Peterhof on August 24th He will remain for thiee dajs and will return by sea to Germany Declined the Office PARIS August 4 dispatch from Buenos Ayres states that General B-oca and Senor Costa, to whom were offered the portfolios of the mimstryol flio interior and ministry of education respectively, have dechnpd to accept office in PresidentCelman's cabinet A Strike at Iron Worfts PITTSBUE.G, August the employes of the Carbon Iron Co-npany struck this after noon because an attempt was made to start fne nudtlung department with negroes The puddlera struclea month, ago for S3 per ton for Saddling, but the firm refused to grant the omands, and the men quit work Today forty-eight negroes were put to work, and all tlie other numbering 500, came out, causing a susoension worlt in, the entire nulL There Will He STo Strike. BIBMENGHAW, Ala August 4 Both the ortacials of the Louisville and Kash- viile railroad and tbe conductors express the opinion today that the existing differences will ue settled without a strike By request I a Committee from the conductors will meet I General Manager Metcalfem conference, and at tliis meeting, it is thought, all differences j will be adjusted. TIxe Odd Fellows1- j CHICAGO; August JPellowe jCnd Pa-1 tnarchs >Iilttan.t hold possession of Chicago Keaily every train todayand lasfcmghi brought members otthe order and hundreds of civil branches, an intent upon, attending ot the OTganlzation. awtteatau JU w _ .very section oi the Uinted States ia I-depots the line, the railway iness Hooses destroyed by Hre. DESMOINFS la August 4 Fire destroy- ed half tho business portion and forty resi- dences of hat Cheer Iowa The fire originated at A t) Armstrong s meat market, and is supposed to ha.% e been the work of an incendiary The department pow- erless because of a lack of water and nothing saved the entire north half of the town ox cept a change in the direction of tho wind From Broadway three blocks north on both sides of Bamea street everything was swept aw aj including tho open, house, Crescent supply store Hailem and I arrott blocks buildings occupied by J If Leathers and T G fcunk general merchants ind many other business houses 4_t least residences were burned The church was also destroyed Total loss estimated at 000 of Captain Lee Hand CHARLOTTE N C August 4 [Special As the sad intelligence reached the ears of Charlotte people yesterday morning that Cap- ta n Lee Hand wis no more, a feeling of sor opt er the entire city f apLiin Hand won his title in the late war He served the confederacy as captain of the Charlotte Grays, Eleventh ZSorth Carolina regiment and made a reputation as one of the men that wore tho gray EC s comrades in arms all bear testimony to his ui1 flinching courage and dauntless bravery Tho funeral serv ices conducted from his residence comer feixth and B streets.by Rev C Keed, of the Second Pres- byterian church Found Dead KICHMOVD, Va August 4 Seman R Bald- win, vice consul for many jears of the govern- ments of Brazil Spain, Portugal and Uruguay, was found dead in bed today Apoplcxj was the cause _ _____ TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. Bond offerings yesterday at 1.24 for four per cents and for four and a ualfs One million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars in gold bars were taken from the New assay office yesterday for shipment to Europe The nomination of Stephen 31. Baton to be post- master at New Orleans Las been favorablj re- ported from, the committee A reception was tendered President Harrison and Secretary Blame yesterday afternoon at Capo May a brilliant affair Exceptionally warm weather prevails through- onf Ontario The rapid development ot tho cotton trade of Turkestan cas resulted in a complete SPAPLRl .fcWSPAPtRl   

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