Atlanta Constitution, August 27, 1890

Atlanta Constitution

August 27, 1890

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TOWARD GEORGIA AXJ> BVFKE- ARK LOOKING. SENATORIAL SITUATION DISCUSSED The of the Day About tlie National Capitol-Thc Force Bill and Its Grave 1'ci Donate. August Tho excitement the laid and iorro bills caffnot the talk over tbe Georgia senatorship. Tho southern senators ami representatives wcie discussing the do- Tel.Tmcnta in all day long, ami tho p-ol-abllity of C.ordon's de- It.U was commented upon- Tho momburs of tlie t.rtncn, (Jenrj ornur Tho (strength, ol e.u, is undoubted. Ar -tl! ,'s next gov- of ttiese men en t KlK> tO 1.1 ncemivn heio who keeps posted air.-ars ud today: "They are go >d and any one ol them M be o to the alliance." would s.ay lu.thmg about .my en- i-.iiMit by "il.o all-aiice. but Colonel tho mot.t hKolj man to rc- t. that Ha coi'-nnly is cry i_ht by the a.liance U'-idors. jou mustn't lo-e sight the the opposition to C iioi.il Guidon to tho ia-d a vn f'poi- 'a-i in the subject THE GREAT FIEE SCENE. Down to Its Grave. Tl i- force bi I w is fln.Ul> disposed of today In the i'o. It gi ix. cr until next session .in.l niohabiy to its A> nen Mr Aldr.ch aske'l imaninioiis con- [01 i the tar.fi on si-ntt.jil'cr S.li, in anoid.uiro -nub tbo programme as oetweeu the tuo rait ei, bj which liiu I-iti. bill is to go tl ere no ji.noiiii.dit was Mr. Plumb tl'u solemn mteicu.uigo ot suggestions jester- bctuee'i A'.iir and Gorman re- inmdcdli'iii'omeMhitof the histoiie remirk 1.1-twiui tlios'nc-im.rs of the two Carolmas, b it he ould not object. Tie. -si- i'0-it means a wontlorfnl -victory foi the "itipocr.its, ,iho have sat silently by, matched the lepubhcan factions scratch and ob- said an i capt-ire-l the cake. and then walked in Tt the leading next session, they say; wind will blown into its decomposed body, and it uccrU' H.ink, oC tho force bill itsurrection. It will bo taken up tho iiist mi-lit be'pu-.nped and plastered over, but only to Vmd tb a it ib beyond resurrection, and to i e thrown luck into tbe grave of defeat. It has been in the pimcr of the republican Acniior-t-ut .nij time to pass this bill- They rtlu ed to do" it. Tho republican senators the force bill tins session, 1 HIP -a-jjc men stpnd ready to 1- i- "t next. A ileil, however, depends at .1 the re- si'totthof olpclioni i.. Xovmn- K-L i- "no tho la hc.il force bill papers are iiutt bewa Img the b-id bargain the c.m in adopting tho compio- in They allege that neither the compound L, ,1 h'll nor tho Lioj tiuu" bill can be passed uiih-si the rule- can be changed as to shut off di-h.ue .it tho will of a partisan majority. TI mrt cs .ue, hv ver, diwded on these n i Indeed, there are many men in both ramps seriously doubt the light ot con- cn-vs to use the lading power to crush an in- dustrj legitimate m itself, and Uiere are those vho the option bill to be wrong in piuiL.pif and wholly inadequate to furnish in> itJief tn thobc vvho appear to demand it. To I.AS-, either of these bills without lull, free Aii.1 U.r discussion would be a travesty on leg- is'n Yet this is what their more ardent ad'% elites-want. But it is net at all certain e'thcr will pass tbe hpusc- tlie Lara Bill- Tl o southern men and tho few northern fn.M.ds of tho south are making a magnificent ii'ht igainst the compound lard bill. AHhougu the opponents of the bill number barely more th.m half it, alvjcates, c. final vote has not yet boon rrachcd, and some the more en- thusiastic opponents say it never will. Xll that saved the bill today was the fact that whenever a direct vote on it was taken tl-ii southern men would retire and leave the houbo without a quorum. Beed could not count them, for they would take their hats and umbrellas, leaving nothing for him to count. Had their hats remained, Reed would counted them, as he has done before to m.iko a quorum. "When a call of the house would be ordered, tho southern men would return, announce themselves present and then go out again. .Toe Cannon, of Illinois, Heed's lieutenant, became so angry that he introduced a reaolu- tioi. naming tne meu who retired when a vote T% as taker., and resolving that all leaves of ab- eence be revoked. Immediately the members who were named jumped to their feet almost in a body, and de- nounced Mr. Cannonfor attempting to censure them. Thero as great excitement for a time. "When matters became somewhat quiet, the members arose one by 0110 to questions of priv- ilege, and lit into Cannou without gloves. It just what they TV chance to talk. They continued it all the evening until ad- journment, and will go on tomorrow, probably, until Cannon withdraws his resolution. The proceedings tomorrow w ill probably be on the order of today and, if possible to pre- vent it, the democrats will not allow a vote on the bill thia session. The Georgia members are making a good against the bill. JudgeJCrisp led off this morniug with an argument against its consti- tutionality. Ho was followed by Mr. Blount and others. Georgia Matters. Denning's nomination as postmaster of Augusta still remains hung up- Clarkson yet seems determined to hare Major Boyce reap- Toointed. ___ Mr. and Mrs. J. "VST. Wheatley, Mrs. Thorn- Son "Wlioatley. of Americus; Mr. and Mrs. "Wf W. Campbell, W. H. Heard, of Augusta; Sir. and Mrs. J. C. Eads, and Mrs. P. B. Smith, of Maeon, and Miss Annie Hornady, of Atlanta, are at the Metropolitan. SMr. and Mrs. James Freeman and party left for Atlanta tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Albert ;owell, Jr.s left ior Atlanta this morning. Burning: of Xbeater In Chicago. Firemen Injured by Falling Walls. CHICAGO, August was discovered in McVieker's theater, on street, be- tween State and Dearborn streets, at o'clock this morning. As far as can he learned, it originated in a small smoking room under and to tho wcsl of the stage. The dry and iiitfanuraUle mntonal of tho room fur- irsliod material for tho blazo, and m a moment a tierce tlauie burst out through a side w indow in the alley. As soon as the firemen arrived on the scene, they directed a stream of water through the window from which the names were coming. SinoKo filled the entire build- ing and, is 13 feared, badly damaged the val- uable scenery of the Shenaudoah company, pei foi nnnar in the building. Tho tiro made unexpected headway in the interior of the baild.ng. and 111 thirty minutes aTler ita discovery made its way from the b.iMMiieiit to the roof. Tho flames apparently emelopud tlie whole building, and at a few nunutc-j before -1 o'clock nero leaping all the -windows on the west and east aides of the theater. When scon what rapid headway the iiamex weie making, additional help was sum- moned, and e-v cry effort diroctc-l to saving the front portion of the building, whore a number of othce.s arc located. A PAMIC IN HOTELS. Xoar'" occupant is ft heavy loser, although none earned heavy stocks. The 1 burst from tho rear of the biiild- mtj uith such fury that tliey extended across the iUu> and threitoned destruction to tho European hotel. Many guests of the hotel ettor, and at an early hour sent a .servant o the drugstore for 20 cents worth of mor- >hine. She took souio of the drug throughout resterday. Last night she was feeling better, and one of be ladies residing at the honso where she ob- tained lodgings, Went into her room and sat with her for several hours, during which tune .he girl talked quite cheerfully and when the risitor left her she stated that she felt much, mproi ed. At 7 o'clock this morning, when the servant cnocked at her door, she failed to anMi cr, antl when the servant entered her room she iound ;he woman lying in an unconscious condition, on the bed. A physician M as called, who pro- nounced the woman dead. There was nothing ,n the room bj which the woman could identified and no message was left Her body was removed to Coroner Campbell's to await identification. There the body was viewed by grpat crowds of people, and was finally rer-ognized as that of Miss Minnie tho daughter of John of Fuit Deposit. The (lead woman left her father's home on tho 10th, and, it x alleged, left homo because her wished to make licr marry a man who was distasteful to her. Her pnieuts wero notified by telegraph of her death, and they will reaeli the city tonight to arrange for her funeral. Her family is a prominent one in Butler County, her father having once been sheriff oC that county. A JUS MARK ABLE And ACCIDENT, illy Kemnrlnabla Escapes. CHARLOTTE, N. C., August The two-story building occupied by the An- drews furniture store adjoins H. Baruch'a store on the east; on the west side of tbe furni- ture store is a oue-story building, used by Mr. Andrews as a display room for his pianos, or- gans and other musical instruments. It has recently been decided to add another story to the furniture ptore, and workmen thia morning began to Uike 11 the overlapping brick wall dividing Baruch's aad Androv.s's, for the purpose of building it up stronger As they dug out the bricks they piled them on tbo edge of Barueh's roof. Finally the pile be- came too heavy for the roof. Tho roof bank suddenly, and in doing sn, pushed out as-1 tioa of wall thirty feet long and four lect higu. This mass of brick fell on the roof of the tmusic house, and crushed; through it as though it bad been made of paper, The noise was terrific. Plastering trmbled down here and there through tho two store- rooms, and the customers, talesmen and por- ters who happened to he iu the building momentarily paralyzed. It happened that the main body of brick crushed through the roof near the bfcylight, directly above a floor space that was vacant. There wore organs .and pianos aH aiound, they were not injured. Mr. John a clerk, reading a cat- alogue when he heard a thundering noise just overhead. He leaped to one side, and the nest moment tho spot ho had vacated was piled knee deep with bru-k, mortar, plaster and shivered plank A bale of cotton could be dumped through the hole made in the roof. PEG WILLIAMS IS THERE, ties -wealth, imnoses, tiding Colunjo Hard Pago, not, will support the republican party; call for a committee to go to Washington to lay the grievances of the North Carolina negroes be- fore the president; ask for the establishment of a negro school of in tbe south; endorse the Morrill educational bill; condemn the state election law and jury system endorse the plan of a southern exposition in some of the northern cities, and commend Senator Blair for his work for the Blair bill. A Ncffpo as An Independent. KALEIGH, N. C., August Today Charles H. Moore, colored, ol Greens- boro editor of The Progress, was nominated for congress from the fifth district in opposi- tion to Brower. This is carrying out the plan of the negroes to nominate one of their own race as the independent republican, iu all dis- tricts where the regular republican nominee does not meet with their requirements. THE ANTI-THAMANITES. They Meet in Convention and Then in Se- cret Session COLUMBIA, B. C., August The anti-Tillman convention met in the hall of representatives at o'clock tonight. There were about four hundred members pres- ent. Chancellor Johnson, who presided over a like assemblage held here in July, was in tbe chair. In making a brief address, he ex- pressed the hope that the body would act with wisdom and conservatism and would do nothing that would injurn the state or cause them regret hereafter. There was a fight for an hour over a motion to go into secret ses- sion It was finally carried. The floor and galleries were cleared of ladies and all others not members of the body.______ SHAXX BE ABLE TO EEAD Before a Voter is Qualified in Keport of jthe Committee. JACKSON, Miss., Aug. constitu- tional convention met at o'clock p. m., and under call of the comities, which is a reg- ular order of Tuesdays and Fridays, a flood of amendments and resolutions were submitted, and referred to appropriate committees. The report of the subcommittee on franchise, which printed does not differ materially from the outline of its provisions telegraphec last night. The qualifications which are to become operative January 1st, 1836, are; irirst everv qualified elector shall beable to read anVartSS the constitution of tne state -r or WBcmdI heSallbe able to understand the same he shall own m his own right and sHau have paid tiixes on property o Seassessed value of lor thereat year ncx bis registration. Soldiers of cithe ryuo serVea Honorably during the late war sbjOrbQ exempt from property or educational Qualification. _ No legislation need be expected of the con vention until the committee on elective fran cblse submits its report. The present indications are. that the coaven tion wul be in: session until October 1st, And the North Carolina Republicans Can go Alicad in Peace. RALEIGH, N. C., August Tbe republicans are working hard today pro- ving a plan for their btate convention 'hursday. Friends of K.ilph F. Baxter are ng his nomination for chief justice. Tho jlatform is receiving some attention in ad- ance, and it is now certain that it will con- ain some of tho alliance plauks. Labor Agent B. A. Williamj. today, ,nd gives notice that he desires to becuro negroes from North Carolina to work in Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas, fie will )effin their movement out this btate in. October. _______ ____ TOLD EN A WORDS. Informed on Some Bloclcadcrs and Ia Now Dead. tmFHY, N. C., August man named Pendleton was killed near Min- eral Bluff, yesterday evening, while work- ng in a meadow. He -was hhoC with four balls jonetrating tho head, because he had reported some blockaders before tho last grand jury oE [Tannin county. A Prominent Citizen Killed. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., August B. "Wellman, a wealthy and prominent He- brew citizen, was run over and killed by a train on the Kansas City, Memphis and Bir- mingham railroad late this afternoon. was president of the Enterprise Brick Com- pany and had been out to the company's works west of the city. He attempted to get on the caboose of a passing freight tram, fell under the wheels and was crushed to death. TLa dead man leaves a family. A Fatal Stabbing at Bessemer. BESSEJIEH, Ala., Angust A fatal stabbing affray occurred in a restaurant here at a late hour last night. Joe DeLany, manager of the electric light works, and W. H. Cook, employed at the "Woodward furnaces, into a quarrel about the payment of a bill. oLany attacked Cook and was stabbed in. the side with a pocket knife. Ho died this afternoon. Cook is in custody. A Bold RotoDery. SAX ANTONIO, Tex., August The fact leaked out today that tho omce CitylCollector Kische was entered yesterday at the noon hour, during the absence of all the clerks, and the safe robbed of sevcra. hundred dollars. Collector Kische refuses to divulge the exact amount of the money taken, but it may reach to or Liverpool Cotton Men Fail. TUTVEBPOOI., August Kennedy cotton brokers in this city, have suspended. Other failures in the cotton trade are in consequence of the collapse in prices. TELE GRAPH BREVITIES. The Oklahoma legislature met yesterday. Tiie striking miners in Belgium now nurabef The' chemical syndicate project in Paris baa The subtreasuriesyesterdav purchased four and a hall per cent bonds. Tbe democrats ol Idaho have nominated Benjamin Wilson, of Boise, as a candidate lor governor. TIIP house committee on war claims yesterday its buidmss and property during; tlie NEWSPAPER I ;

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