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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, -GA., SATURDAY MOENING, ATTGTJST 9, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE FIGHT ORDERED O.V TIIE GEORGIA COA GRESS1OKAI. THE REPUBLICANS ARE AT WORK ith tlie Hope of Possibly Carrying: the Fifth and Mnth Promised from Republican sources. August is said that the republican central campaign committee nas determined to make a bght in congressional district in Georgia and has instructed tbo republican cuitril committee ot Georgia to put a re publu-m candidate against tbo democratic nominee in eierj district m tho state Just why tliov propose to make Georcia one of thoir chief fields of opeiation is ho.nl to toll unless it be that they expect to a the alliance Thev bo -very much disappointed in ilu for tbo democrats will rarrj e d iti ct m the st ite the hottest fight bo iv U it in the ninth district, in winch I o Hal Piekett will oppose Hon Tom win will be tho democrutie nominee In that district the republicans arc going to ii ike a most strenuous fight It is said that r tkett be backed just as mnrh money be wants to make a anr ce-> fu! race Shrewd republicans here ire g int to a ham! in Iu m of j at lea t that district against the j lununoo Tluj say tbat if the bark l bene of s solid delegation is i br ken ail the is once enterc I thoj can just push it in further and Oam tr two moro the next tune "Next to tho ninth dis net tho fifth is t'ie one to winch they look in wt long ngl> an I tho Repul hcnn nominee agmist Colonel In i w 11 hait full access to the rei ul funlwhth is being raised here HTJ the xt c The Georgia republ c m committee his bctn TUtial to proccei at once to woik aril gtt for tlurmgh un Tin aro exuo ted to n n i can did ite in ct in the htatt though oi limits i a tlinnu this plan -NIP I TM1 NTS lit- i LPNs Mi C i in i leturnel todav He came I at b Kelt liu> wifelns been "icu5 114 tho mei ab ut the i port v hub lias boui i unte i in certain Get r_ a papers to the effert ta it I e mtoiuK ii to lomsMlle ho j ronouiu cd it ib-ilwu U i iKo saving that be had f r one in i n i side red miking anj otl er I1 uc th i Koii e his homp He ti er is 110 better place in the world to li o than Uomo and he expects to i un 11 ore for lit upturning his profes ion Mr CleiuuS lo il s splendid and takes his de- feat in the best of humor Tho- democrats of the hoi seem to regret it more_ than he TH1, TAX O V COTTON TILS Butlor Offers an Amend nent Re- ducing the uiNt TON Call offered a res n v-h h w i" I to instructing the com imttpe on f r gii relations to inquire and reporu su 1 i n ea iirt, s in 13 be nectssan for the jrj t t i I i tiz f the TjiuU 1 States Wire f ri i 3 re len jf Cuba ami jet1 f a i n 11 bj the (Tui e il tJ hive been committed bj Phi. i ir it resolution heretofore ofercd I y J F 1 1 i nl ev i mg tin- le-ilre of for tl remains ui tho illu, trious 1 dur i I t it s i n I Ijssei S Grunt to and nrc r ur n Vrliiigtf n National cemcterv mi 1 r ]U t i the president to convey to the I w t tlut miPiit man finch U l n t 1 r ci hilt oE tlio n ill a It" f r u h rt i il in I inti r n ni riU ipand ed o Thee nftr ti, r rt i t e iortih itnwi bill was taken HI f r n I r it n r n HP i the ct mane a staU1 n nt m r rlt pmrwon agicei t ii i i u t n the ttof That a c i tr i L 1 L 1 Ite 1 t tht retary itri tee ind nnbli ition lor tin motion, without a "aggestlon from a liuman being Mr Aa the senator evidently desires to have it tli it I will not contiuaict him Mr JJutler declared that the proposed dntj on cotton ties was more n aU btatesminship and the gen eiol weiiare ot the countrx "I miueationablv "Mr Bntler asserted no senator would d ml t f r an mutant that the sen at >r irt m been u tn iteil b> br tail stntcsm unship pbilo-opU'. wisilotn and all other hijjli qualities that adorn any one Fin dier on in the ATr Itntler asked Mr VI Iritu tho ol jeet of the bill was not to reduce taxation Mr One ol jeot of the bill is to reduce taxation on the article ot sugar fur the benefit oi the senator s eojistitUTts If tho scnitor means i ask r the of tho bill is to re luce proteetive tlut ts 'or the Slvof retluc senator that it is not tixttion I no Mr Then the for the nut pose of taxati ion GEORGIA'S PLATFORM, THE TRAINS STOPPED- A. S UBJJCCT OF DISC I7SSJOJV XJf S33SXSX THE ADVOCATES OF THE FORCE BILL imfnrtlns; Themselves Bocanae tlie Georgia Convention I1 ailed to Join in the Con- demnation ofUie BUI. "WASHIVGTOV, August 8 [Special The platform of the Georgia state convention has had a verj damaging ef- fect here It has done more to aid the passage of the force lull than anything that has hap- pened recently The republicans listen to no expla- r the nut i> Mr Vlthith Not am "me ins Mr we understand e irh other Mr ou tin not rt me a11 nu I 1m L Btittd as fall y I could tint the purpose of tho bill is to reduce and in reducing ro-venw to relieve people it co intrj from at v burdens eriatcd bj the tjriftnimt ri al ei IK Uwa Kiit'cr Isthculjcct of the bill to reduce Mr have alread> stated that that is one of its ol jet ts 1 ea-v mt, tli it p( int ATr Itutlor that what he omi> amtul at was th it the proposed tax on cot cm aid be jnohilitory and that acorn binatmii would he formed to jut up prices That WILI iniquity enormit> an ontrORC >us bill lie de< lared that thore was n ithlnc further Iro-m his purp n tics IP n >t 1 road st in--Iiip nt r h neststitcs Lishij to stlti t one istan 1 I 'ecd It to death irtlt r t t Mr 1 itl i ft "peoch the bill wont thmi t any at tion on the eotton ties amend enz. A message tr m tho president in rLfercnce to an settlers 111 Oklaht ma was read id r fern d to the ommittee on ai propri itioni Mr Hoir fn in the library committee rei orttd be senate joint res lution to a  t Ti t v. 1-4 n ird to three ir four ior ti i MH i t irritrs ol i is TI 1 boi twr a I three A e irs oluntccrti Ibe bill ls lt; rime from the house, had k ft tlic i r i ri i i ms indeUnitt using the wor is A i iiich may bt- The senate in crt d deumto mounts estimated for Thus it 1 id I f it doh iite prtpnations the ai ui t entir nidi Iintfe and he gave it as hi d n n that the would no I oo) but l erh ip-i S-J  i t i i roi riatecl appear mud li th ijlit that on that tli c r rone icp should 1 c rejected He sau th s n t as a matter party, ha a i itttr of '-onn 1 and orderly eonduft Tht II i n Jin 1th te approi nations was opening Mr all vr ued action of tho con fcr i ec 11 nttee in striking out of the bill al an r i i ati for the to families o set t rs nd meml era of the balance tliei -v ar ri tries lie thought tuat on that u al the e nfeVonce repoit should be rejected Mi siierman his regret at the strik In i of itemb for la.railies of deceased iner- btr i- Uf the late Chief Justice il d then turned upon itcmo in rela t i t the irrigation service md public lands and it is uried on at much length I n L it 4 o clock the conference report cam to t amlwto eas 20 nays 18 V turther onfereiice ordorett on the irri_ tionitem winch has been postponed and Alhsun Hale and Gorman were reappointed con f ercca un i irt f the senate THE T PILL Tlie tarift bill was then taken up, the pcndln pangraph being No 134 as to hoop ban. StroU or other iron or steel to which Mr Eutle 5bas offered jeatcrday an amendment in the nlac of Mr Coke s.piovHling that such hoops used fo cotton hhaJl bo taxed at the rate of 35 pe cent ad valorem, the present rate Mr Butle spoke to his amendment and inquired of M jTldnch as to the rate of duty at which cotton ti ns t rt it 1 atk with the cl uise apj ro ri '-0 l 00 f >r d he t ncics in the ind XT ol. t mted states m irshals clmiiniti-d 3-1 150 The bill was then i Mr t aunun from the e mnntteo on rn'cs re irtctl a resolution i thit atter the pis f this resolution it shall be in order after two hourb debate to move that the house non concur in all senate amendments To the In i apprap im ion bill and raeommittee it nlertnee Mr I nlot ot Tt nnnflsee raiserl the quostion oi .onsi U ration m the intereM, he Bald ut the pri ite talciilar In order to obviate Mr Enloc s ibjectii n to the lebOlution Mr i anuon statt-d in espouse to i question bj Mr i meH ot i viand that ItM is the purpose ot the commit on rules to rep rt resolutions Kivimr d iys to ,he con i deration >f bills reported frr m the coin uitiees- on atrrienlture and lal or ind to tbe eon sidcratluii of private! ills If the Indian aprri inirionlill e nld 1 e ilisi o ed of t >da> unan mi in e Misent would be asked to devote toiuoiruw t> the private blllft ITie h use de >ens 110 nays eon airier rlie report f tlie t mini t tec on rules Mr Ki tt Vrlcui-si- having voted !n tho f r that purp se moved a rcconaidei fcann n raised the point that this was a 13 motion The speaker sustained the p int Mr I 11 ieil from the decision The Itie ehair tleehnes to entertain Sir of to talle the resoluti >n ol najs 10J Then Mr t eel of as a'-kcd nnanimous indent that tlie P  cloek the even ing sessi >ii to be for tlie consideration of ate pen'-ion bills JSotuing was done at tbe evening session COUNTtU AGAIN messages why can t you one to the senate ordering the election bill passed? In reph ing Mr Harrison expressed sur- prise to hear the movement to shelve the force bill had gamed such proportions He insisted that tho bill must not be abandoned] and expressed himself as -willing to let all other legislation go by tho board even to saciifico tlio tariff bill if necessaij, to effect its passage a 9PUKRED VP lie had been spurred up bj Reed and annt tint cd that he considered it of para- mount impoi tinco to tho republican partj in the coming cam pi) On, an 1 said that under no circumstances should it be al lowed to fail Ihis announcement was just what the crowd present uiicd and the conference ended by Mr Harrison promising to scnc for all the doubtful senators Eto impress tin passigo of TMZS ITJEW THE EXCITEMENT CABSED THEREBY AH Trains Stopped on tlie Road Between Kew York and Scenes at the Depot. YOBS, August strike of erapToyes on theftew York Central and Hudson River rail road SVas begun at 7 30 o'clock tonight Not a train has loft tho depot at Forty second street since that hour The Grand Union hotel is crowded with people who expected to e the cit> and had engatretl passage for various points At 8.30 o'clotk a gentleman readied the hotel ind announced that the engineers and men ein ployed in running an incoming train had deserted in tbe tunneL at Eiirhty sKth street and mft the train standing there He, as well as other passengers, had to get out ana make their waj to 1 orty second street on foot or by horse car THE SHOKL TILD Ul TOO The latest report, at 9 o clock, is that the "West desired effect The market for hades, leather and boots and shoes Is buoyant Philadelphia also notes unusual activity in this department and a brighter outlook in paper and printing, with tha. trade exceeding that of Ust years, out no improvement in wool and a scanty buying ot cotton Chicago reporta a mnch larger movement of cattle and wool recepts faU olT a third and hides a quarter, of drj goods and clothing" are larger than last -nroinpt Louis notes a strong trado in near yaU lines, Kansas Citj a fair trade for the season. Omaha and St Fan! a good trade and Mil waukecan Improvement At Minneapolis the lumber demand is good, flour stronger at Detroit trade-is equal to last year's, and at Cleveland sai istactory excepting that lake freights are dull and depressed from an over-supply of shipping Glass and coal areonactjLVP at Pittsburg, but irun The" crop outlook is on the whole, less promis ing Chicago reports that the heat and dry weather is cutting d >wn the yield Iu the other reports there is evidence ot an irregularity oi conditions Svracuse and Detroit note exeellent pro pects, St touis reports corn suffering in tbo southwest and Milwaukee a great need for ra n In tbe south valley states too much ram threat ens cot'on Iron ore and pig iron are inactive and weaK at Cleveland but in rather better demand at 1 itto burg u here the demand for finished i ron is excellent The same is true at PhUa delnhu Plate and structural mills are crowded upon them the necessity the bill It now ro nams to be been if Plumb Teller "W alcott an 1 tho othcis can be force( into lino on the adoption of gag rules for them the bill cannot pass hia been lobbying for the bill in I tbo senate during tbe past two days He stated today the bill would soon pass, and predicted that the senate s rules would be changed within ten Uajs Cl N3LS KFTURNS Tho census retuin-. from postal card enura oration makes tho population of tho United States of America a little under This is of public institutions pom tontianes soldieis homes etc wl ich aro enumerated separately Superintendent Poi ter believes that when these and the corrections ire added, the fig- ures will roach the original estimate of some- thing cr lw (MX) 000 Tho congressional apportionment is now made on tbe b LSIS of 1 )1 000 inhabitants to the district If the number of repiesoiititit es in the bouse is not incioased the basis of repre- sentation must be mcieised to a little ISO 000 but if it is deemed advisable to in- crease the size of the house from 3-iO, as at present to 400 as Ins been suggested, the basis Mill be only increased to 1( 000 to tho district A very rough estimate of Georgia s population places it at 1 Thu" u the membership of the house is re ta lied at tho present membership Georgia will bold her own If increased to 400 Georgia gain one THfc DFHriFNCT HILL The deficiei oy bill passed tbe house today In it is included tho Treze'v ant claim ivluch gives Georgia 000 also Mr Candler s claim for attorney s fees in Ins contested elec- Grand Central depot and trjing to have tickets changed and asking all manner of questions fto one seemed to know how it was, or who ordered the strike kvenJ J Holland labor leader de 11 led that h0 knew who ordered it, or even that it ordered, ivhen seen bj a reporter at 8 o'clock The confusion and crowds about the Grand Cen- tral depot knows no bounds Vice President Webb was interviewed on the situation He said that the strike onlv to Albanj All tlie men who were out from the employ of the road tills evening, Mr TV ebb would be promptly discharged in tho morning Those men who re mained true would be taken care of and amply protected as well as all men -who came to work for tho road The road would take on all good men who applied for work in the morning as far as they wereneeded to fill the places of the deserters, and they would bo guaranteed from all harm as well With great emphasis the vice president announced that he would fight the strikers to the bitter end WHAT TBfc MET DEMAND The new demands are For a minimum day s Wiges, 50 station agents to receive an increase of S5 a month men in the yards at Troy and Green Island shall receive the same compensation asatSchenectady and East Albany all firemen on six wheel connected engines shall receive 2% cents a mile all engineers of the same 4 cental. Four wheel engineers 3V. cents per mile, firemen, 2 tents per mile For all men overtime double pav Mr th it the fast mail bad pulled out the depot at 9 o clock with four mail cars but no passenger cars were attached to the train The vice president turther announced that no attt-mpt would be made to run any trains to -Ntw York Ever> thing would be left at a standstill a -just where the men lelt off There are no means to get to or "Sew tonight, but the opening up of the great avenues oE trade would be begun tomorrow It is announced that the ice president will give out an official statement of the road s position m the present unfortunate control to be pub Ifehed in the newspapers and to be laid before the people of the country, that they may for protectioii" The inspector decided to hold in re on forty second to Yonkcrs, and on the west side from St John s pork to "Voukero, were placed on duty guarding the tracks and property of the railroad company The depot at Forty-second street was under the protection of the full force of police from the Twenty-third suhprecinct, and those were as members of the boat patrol Inspector Jyiuie B detectives guarded the switches and sig ials along the road to Yonkers Ibe rostoftice authorities recelied a telephone nessaae at 10 30 o clock, from the Grand Central tatiou sajmg that no more mails would be received the >iew Yoik Central tonight StLSFS AT Till CRA'SD CL.N11 AL DF1 OT scene about the Grand Central depot five jiinutes after it became known that a strike had been ordered was one that will long be remem >cretl. The 7 10 train left the depot and the raiting room was crowded with passengers wait for the gatoman to call the r respective trains or st me time the real state of ailairs did not dawn upon the passengers AV hen the fact of the trike at last became known thtre was a wild for baggage A raid Was made on the Grand T nion hotel which was nearest the clerk bemf, nearlj mobbed n the wild rush for rooms X ven ci t room w is doon exhausted Then a rush was made to Murray iill then the rush went to the road The police were finally compelled to the noumful travelers from the depot and hotels hour Vice Vrehiilent Lower pnees lor wool and a depression facture especially ot all wool and hner goods in the belief that the delay of the tariff andheavj imports will preventan improvement this jeai The fall of 20 per cent in wool abroad threatens a great supplj ot cheaper goods if the imposed change of duties fail, so producers hesitate The copper market Is Blow with some lake sold at 17 eents Tin and lead are dull The outlook depends largely upon the extent of injury to crops the action of congress duties and foreign which alleet the demand forgola The formation, of a new Ar trcntme government maj stop new deiriands for go d from that quarter, and the banks of England and Trance both gained in gold last week but domestic exports of products continue small and lar-re Better prices ean e-in the stock exehange Tridaj but the trouble between bhip Eers and trunk lines as to east bound bills of idmg is not yet settled Business Jailures of the week number for the Lnlted States, 1T9 and Canada, 2J Total 208, against 189 last IN THE UNDERTOW. OF A PJ.IITT OF ESS Iff WASHED BEYOND THEIR DEPTH. A Party of Baltimoreans TPTille in Kath-t Salute a Fassiujj Under- tow Catches Tliem. THE TKIAI- OF w ho was r ght and who w rong Represent of tUe iailr >ad company called upon Actin serve policemen in all r---------- east Side below Fortj second street hold precincts GLOSS Errors Found, in the Enumeration of St Paul. August 8 INoble has Lp] roved the recommendation of mtendent 1 ortc-r submitted t( day, that the original Arder ecting a recount of the population, of the en tire citv of St rMul be put into execution buper mtendent Porter in his letter of recommendation, gives a detailed account of his recent mvestiga tion Inch shows that -while perlnps, a abarc of tho irregularities were found in nine st eniled enuuierat on dlstriet" yet errors In S.) districts render in his opinion a recount ot the wh ile necessary An examination of tlie schedule discloses among other irregularities the la-ct that at Ieist4 000 duplications of names w ere made The secretarj -vv bile exonerating the citizens ol St Faul from e-ven a suspicion of col mslomn falaifjing tlio enumeration schedules tli it the errors committed were of so tion case of 31 f Of this amount Mr Cand- lor personally docs not tret one cent Indeed, none of Ins personal expenses m collecting evi- dence are paid Tho amount goes to the jera employed in the ten counties whose re- turns were- attacked The nmount is to be paid out as follow s Colonel N J Hammond S C Dunlap, Gainesville, George B Brown, Canton, C H Brand, Ijawrenceville, S100, Baker Boyd, Dahlon- ega Howard Thompson, Gainesville, S100 W F FincIIay, Gainesville J B Silman, Jefferson, T M Edwards, T li Jjewis, Alpha- retta, Tho calendar was for printing and marshal's fees CrlORGIAJNS IN THE CAPITOL Mr and Mrs E Hawkins, of A-mericus, next Mondav XHE SUB TKEAStjRT BIT L. The "Ways ami Means Committee >ot Kindly Toward It WASHINGTON Stli Tanners Alii ance subtreasury bill figures Etoday before the ways and means eominittec, in connection with the resolution introduced by Representative Wheeler providing for its report aod considera tion Inasmuch as tae resolution seemed to propose trenching upon prerogatives of the com- mittee on rnles.bj the -nays and means committee, in the cLiuse setting apart a day for the considera tion of the bill and for the further reason that owin.1 to the delaj IB its delivery to the committee the date fixed for consideration of the bill had ay Not Pass Into tho Hands of Jay Gould. After All ASTO-VIO Tex August 7 The mafmrneent castle of Chapnltepec, in Mexico whfcL Mcordine to the reports received here from the City of Mexico, 15 being sought after by Jar Gould, held in great reverence uy the Mex has been made i, and since the fact has been made are at the Metropolitan They are on their bridal tour, and are travelling in a private car They go from here to ]Sew York, thence to Niagara, and on the 16th sail for Europe Judge Cnsp called on the president today to secure for Harris "Ware, of Leesburg, Lee county, a pardon "Ware w as convicted for soiling liquor without a license, and sentenced by Judge Speer to imprisonment for three months, and to pay a fine of The presi dent agreed to ha> e the fine remitted, but re- fused to pardon Ware At Mr Grimos's request a special census agent went to Columb is last night to learn if the recourt requested -nas necessary The card count gives Columbus only while er is claimed" James Longatreet Jr formerly of Louis- ville, was today promoted to a position in the war department 3Ir and Mrs James English, Jr, anc family, of Atlanta, spent today here The ways and meonb committee conslderee Gener-vl "Wheeler's resolution to set aside a day to consider tne subtreasnry bill The res olution was thrown, out, the of the committee claiming the bill was not worthy of consideration E W B pending: looking.to that netouationa aja Ft" sale in intense feelmg Vas been. larousea amonc the lower classes, who object to the grand strucmre coiner out of government hands It is fiiis contfltionof aUairawiB prevent Ihe congumatlou of Crops in Kentttcty. IiCXQiOXOH, August recent heavy rains have greatly improved the corn crop, -which doing 'sr 5rond late that in the Central depot jards of at Fortj second street sixth street and at "West Albany there were about 85 i men out. These men were all avvitehmen and there was no triable with the cnpineera or firemen Between midnight 'in'1 diylight he intended to put on men and clcaifjthe tracks of the few strav cars and get ready trtsrun out trains alter 7 o clock Ho that there mi 'lit be trouble when this was attempted, but tlie eon will all ord p >lice protection to the men who remain loj al to them TVEBB WOULD I.OT T VT It MiwYoitK August 8 IJist night J J Holland if the executive board of the Knights of Labor in the citj this forenoon he made three different attempts to have a conference with Third A ice President Webb, of the New ork C entral iu regard to a peaceful solution of the trouble ebb refused to talk with him and mo ttoncd him out Then Holland talked the matter over with Superintendent and the latter went to see Mr Webb This gentleman remained obdurate Then Mr Holland asked Mr Tourey for the re in statement of the discharged men but got no repl> Mr Holland warned Tourey that he and Webb would be responsible ifganj strike resulted The impression is gruwinc among the employes of tue road that tne war upon the Knichta was dc cidcd upon some time ago and that .Mr Depevr being opposed to it went to I urope so as to be absent when the discharges occurred The Murderer and Libertine Makes a State- ment. S C August 8 second dav of Georjre S Turner's trial IB passed The crowd was even larger than that of veeterdaj- The exciting scenes of yesterday had attracted hundreds of spectators A large part of those present had been here over night They had camped in the vacant lots around town in order to be at the opening of the court at 9 o clock Judge "Norton took his seat bailiffs and shouted Silence and the ringing tones of tho critrs, O O, Yes announced that tbe prisoner was again at the bar Alldaj longthecrowdpackedeverj corner of the house The heat was terrible, but their at tentiou never flagged Late in the afternoon the prisoner was put on the stand His testnnonv wasguen in a clear firm voioe and without hist In substance ho said that he was standing m his store on the evening of tho shootinc. had called for him cursed him and had tired twice at him before he fired in return He be heved himself to be acting in self defense He felt no remorse and thought himself perfectly lustilH d He was ccoss examined for an hx ur and a half bj the solicitor but little was gotten out of him The most touching incident of the daj was tbe testimony given by the prisoner s little nine year old son When asked lie did notTisithis Uncle Finger, the little fellow replied that 'He wou'dii t go to the house of anjbodv who wanted to kill Ins papa Tne in the case was ended and counsel will make their arguments tomorrow It is expected that the verdict will be guilty THERE IS A WIDOW INVOLVED A ely Case Taken to Charlotte for Trial. S C.August 8 county is here today in full force the occasion being a case removed from Lnion. to "Mecklenburg for trial Itenvolves Esquire A Austin a and prominent cit zen of Umon and the Widow Flleu Brooks who has heretofore held a high place In the esteem of her neighbor" Tbe case was tried at Monroe some time igo An ap peal was taken to the supreme court but m some way it was never argned before that tribunal There are more than one hundred witncbstt here and the feeling is so bitter that some of them will not to each other when thpj meet on the street The trial was commenced t >day and has attracted great interest because of the stand ing of the two families It will oteupy at least ten daj s of tbe court so the ers suj FKOM BUENOS Alt RES. BALTIMORE August 8 Mollie Storm, it if e of Mr S W btorin, a clerk m the tar department at the city ha.ll and Edith V t hia fourteen jear-old daughter, Airs T R John- son, viife of the secretarj of the "Viaduct Man- ufacturing Couipanj, on f barles and German, streets and Carroll aged umo jears son of Mr J S Graham clerk of Spr iig asjlum, were drowned josterday in St Imgoea creek St Marjs countj while bathing Tlie bodies were recovered and were bro ight to Baltimore thig morning The drowned were members of a party ol fourteen Mrs Storm and two children, Mrs Johnson and three children and nephew Miss Netties Graham, lier three nephews and niece, and Mrs Stevens The party with the exception of Miss Gra- ham who stood on the shore went bathing in a creek about a quarter of a mile from tho house where they were stopping The steam- er Sue came along Tlie delight of the young ones at the sight of the "vessel found expres- sion in heart} cheers and the wav ng of which salutations Captain Geoghegan ac- knowledged b> whistles Sue at this time was about a quarter of a mile distant from the bathers The undertow from the steamer caught the women and children and swept some of them bejond their depth Miss ]SotUe Graham cried out so loudlj that Cap- tain Googhogan heard her, but before ha could reach the bathers a number of oyater- meii went to tbe rescue and ed nine Mrs. Johnson and Editn Storm lost their in. efforts to save Mrs fotorm and Carroll Grab am Mrs Stevens when earned ashore was in- sensible, but was resuscitated SHE MARRIED THK "WRONGr MAN- A Boffas Son Was Substituted for; the Real COLtMKIA S C years ago Andrew Aupust 8 _____ __....., a col red youth, then aged seventeen trs IIMDJ with his wid- owed mother In Colleton coimtj huddenlj disap- peared from his home for parts unkn >wn In AovMtiher the mother heard that hrr waj Tiard f on w not far aw i> and quite bhe dt onet, went in irch ot him and brought him to hirlume lawihmp upon him all the and care th tit a woman of fur 13 capable of Alth inirh in torm feature and color, and veil mark-- a severe burn he WJ.B identical with tl e n Ai Irew ingblt id S ne oC the neigh nro dt ulte i li identity be uise he did not seem old acquaintances but be reconciled all of thos.e suspici ms I j that he onlj i relended not to know them Soon ifter his return home his mother tola him that his old sweetheart was1 still single, and that die thought it his t marrj t ikmp; tne advue ot hit. mother he sought the hand ot the duskj dam- sel and they were soon happily married, and seemed to until Julj "ith, when the vounjr man went doxvn to tbe mer and committed "auide l> drowning hi n- self An inijuebt held and the was buried tloac bv Th h wever did not prul the life of Andrew >ud Ur un lulj 20th tho real u tubing put in 1 11 appe He was by ill t f h s neighbor-, ind knew All the peop t he was atquunttd with 1 eloro he ucnt He r dly exainu ed an I pave satlsfattorj piojfthathe was Ai Irew blood wlum all suji' to be dead His mothtrb te rs wtrc turned into j n but the widow still n u-iii as --lit rann t rUiin him as her hueland She bimnlj mained the wrong In Thoir Dcn latioii of H 4.UD M Ot Programme of the New prrgramme of the new cabinet has been presented to the cham "ber of deputies It includes resj ect tor the con stitution a just administration of public funds and the development of natural resources Citi7.ens here are jubilant over the elevation of Dr 1 eliegnm to tbe Crowds paraded the streets bearing banners and jujfnl devices illnnunaced last night Tlie gov emors of all the inces have sent to Dr Pellegrini congratulating him upon his acces sion to the presidency_________ An Affairs About Y August 8 stukc in this se  MUs August 8 1-Secretary of State Govan is preparing and will e ready for delivery w hpn the con> ention conv enes the commissions of the delegates elect to the con atitutional convention Messrs Millchere and Montgomery the republican candidates get the certificate m Bolivar countv Hon D F Porter chairman has called a meet in of the democratic congressional committee of the district for in this city to name a date for nominating a candidate to sue MONTC MFI Ala 8 [Special .Tem- I "N 411 I rec and Accepted Mas ins of Jemis m Ala today pul h-shed a wainmp t) Masonic fntcrmty against r IIP M I i on, wlio is thr VI ibama (it icla and lennessee as a muMC elainiin0 to I e a f ree Ma'-on The Jemibon !o saj H lie I- an im- poster anil idds lie was exj c U 1 from at as Ga his former-home for. wife audehi clren in aiilelop- with in unmarric 1 w juian He clainib tn be uiumrr eO makes a pec if trymg to seduca jounf, denounce him Ob an unmitigated scounuiel and afrau 1 A HOKKIBI F OLTK IGE From the fc.ffott of tlie Girl Bo- "S IS" BlttMlvr u ctime Al' Bessie Campbi 11 an A iMi'-t 8 n >ld girl front camel through here en luni iL Tii'crf-l is ii j. h irrll IP Cleburne count} route to the a a raving m inuic Iro thi off ts oi a h .rrll "Lit rvge Awe k u w al ducted fr )tw her home bj tl n e vuui u i i an 1 re ncdtedl> outrage 1 I'1 kfj t her In the an 1 when her r  the dav boat ALB VNT, N Y August 8 "New York Cen tral and Hudson River road is tied upfromOluf foloto TSew Yorfc All switchmen deserted their posts Trains are allowed, to proceed to the termini of divisions and then switch, service is re- fused The strike began at 7 o clock The Strike in Wales JLovDOV, August 8 report tbat the strike of railway employes in "Wales had ended was erroneous Tho men refused to accept tbe terms agreed upon by their delegates and the railwav directors and the strike la still on The London Sailors TJiuon bas notified Cardiff ship owners that it will prevent Cardiif ships from getting men at an> ports in the United Kingdom. Kind of the Evansvflle Strike. JLI.SYII.LE, IMP August 8 strike of: the switchmen in the Evansville and TCITO Haute freight yards here came to an end at noon todaj, by tlie company conceding all the demands of the employes ________ A Boeus Arrested GBEENMILF S C August 8 [Special Curtain, alias Joseph Howard, the bogus govern raent detective was convicted in the Lmtcd States court here jesterdav and sentenced to eighteen months in the Columbus, O peniten tiarj Curtain it will be remembered, led the postmaster at Etta Jare minion cuuutv S mth Carolina to believe tbat he wasa government de tectivo and had evidence that the postmaster John I btrain had been going wrong narleMngforawhile he took SI 0 from and fled to Uabama He was thon brought back to Snartanhnrg S C where he was committed b> a T- mted States commissioner to jail ________m________ g AJrer m Strain and The Sun B Cotton Article NEW August 8 opened at last nights prices cloning stead} at points decline and one to two points advance on other month's, from B closing price" There was some irregularity m todaj s market The -weak Liverpool report started some Belling of Aaeust options, and as they met with litle sup wort the decline soon brought m stop orders promoted a further brtak Large stocks ui Liverpool compared with former jears mute dis couratred the clique in August options The next crop on the contrary, was slight! j dearer the up ward turn of the market beirg aided 1 j hcai 5 raina in (.eonna and the Carol nas wbuh are vbuut and worry the hea; The Prisoners Sr PLTI to Kide it 8 ices from Si- beria eav that a b  dttackeU the soldiers of the escort with and sn a-hed tbe rifles of four the vol hers ilu rt in ule their a.nd woun led Un of tbo priaoners before tbe diatrtrbj.nce was quelled Tbe Companies ill Diftb TKL.NTO-S J August 8 of the tlurtcei comtwmics constituting tlic Frent< n lire nient toi idoj ted re-, lutions to dial and at noont morrow Tl s tej i- the oaterrwth of a brjil between tbe dei art tut and the city firo Knocked Off the Urjidge and Killed. MONT< Ala August 8 il Richard D jwc a cepro fcixtj old was knocked off tbe Cat ma creek bridge   A post mortem i 4 tho fact that po wai- the Mri nil i ate a smali cantel She WA- iramt tak ill and died m a few she wto i i nwl l y the fruit There is no BU picion of f ul FFLLGRAPH BU i stead} v. ith rather more the bulls something to talk .ri Cottoa on ot was TETE "WEEK'S BUSINESS. Kevlew of the Markets "by K G. Dun A Kesolntlon Adopted to> Boycott New Oxloans Papers. BATO2T ROUGE, Aucost 8 anti lottery con ventaon re-convened this morning A resolution introduced to hoycott the Times Democra and Dady States, of New Orleans on account of their pro-lottery sentiment The newspaper com- mittee reported S3Q.3QQ gnaranteed foe a morning doily newspaper to he published in the city ot New Orleans in opposition-to tbe tbe lottery. The committee then adjourned eino Co Etc Yoaic, August K G Don Co.'s -weekly trade renew says The present state of txacto throaghoTit the country appears satisfac- tory for the season, and reports are almost uni- formly confident in tone Boston notes little present change, Bnt a belief in great activity in the faU. and tt further decline is not expeetedr as quite liberal orders arecomtagfor Cotton goftds move Tfae Alliance Will Control Texas SV.ANTOMO Tex, 8 The state democratic convention meets m this citv next Tuesday, to nominate a complete ticket The campaign has been inter esting, and the tevcral candidates for the nomina tion of governor have a bi-ter iijrhT The railroad commission question is tbe onl 3 material point of and the mdic-itions are that Oen era! James S Hogg, the commission candidate, will prme an victor in tbe convention the Farmers Alliance are bis supporters to a unit, acd in lact he already has enough instructed -votes to gave him a good majority under the two thirds rule. BA.TOS ROUOE, farmers t Angnst The afternoon .O t session of the Alliance was taken up in the- election of officers who installed, tooignt. The farmers and the tmtia will meet in their oifl- rfin.tUe of ecu n f, r I was received in New M all accented at or lour per ee, t, and for four and a "rhe Alabama alliance b> a of forty to fonrfeu! adoi ed the tat Loais rc-oln- Tlip jcstcrds-v nominated Alexander C ark tfl to be m nistcr and cunaul jreucnil of the Lnitcd states to Liberia. A terrib e hai'btorm occurred at Monte ul o. night Crops in that bcction were Ijjdly damaged. Emperor W lUiam bade Qceen ictoria fareweU last Sight and departed lor HUi0o a.nd amid cheers and salutes the power of the lattery   

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