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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               voi. xxn. ATLANTA, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS, OXTHB FLOOR B7S0BLICAN INFAMY UNFOLDED and OM Man TJoir In Ful of the Mach General loderal Hews. v'vsHriGTOV December 3 fSnecial r oill fight formally opened today T 10 -epnbhcan programme proved to be ju: meil m dispatches last night Hoar opened tho debate w ith the c-i o statement that ho had made a. speech ession of the measure, m -e colored vote, and thereupon proceeded to f-T OBIZD tho whole method of the con- ral election There had been on no teat, well known, undeniable ant i IT The recent census would show ie states of Pennsylvania Ohio and o. Jt a were about colored people u o states no colored man had ever -i rTt-d iJ jCTsrnor, or been elected to any depart- i n ae state government There had been m t no oroportional division of ui -loneatall The colored race In those been deprived of participation is rtt. Tment. The colored citizen in these j not barred by any constitution or tta 30 was barred by a moro potent v of race and blood A colored i states had no more chance j nient than a Roman Catholic had in jire or Great Britain 100 years ftgo jion of the colored, vote tbe south -5 manifestly in question, affirmed on denied on the other, but the snp- he colored voter of the north was a t absolute, uncon- 1OT TO A SECTION of the white race is not peculiar ft tir Ttion of the United States South Caro- ai ot more completely under its sway than TM jivanio. Its supremacy waa not one f firmly established In Texas and Arkan %i n Illinois and Ohio JIuch might bo L injustice of this supremacy It was nto and print aphorism1', even to grvo hupe1 of legislate e formulas that all eiti luol Political rights aa between rat eb T j ranted detinetl and decreed but polit LS could only be adjusted bv action was everywhere wanting, it was every held The supremacy or the white race nu n about bv lorce or ear It at. wrested or seized from others, Hut printed and voluntarily ceded f med the. time most worthy of its eci illy the man of the white >iu to embroil white and black races for sxf. couid not conceal and dart, not avow, in outrage tenf >ld Beater thun my i iited or d ec b d The solution bi m, a. not of alistract set ol" real CApenei ce Wherever ant races were living peaeeluliy the Hwr memlers of the ie without any other thougat than j command and others must obej, S i vas benij.; solved is i BLOW ir am. SOUTH oae of the national election bill, so TVI 30 far as it related to tha to t and destroy this pending of nter-racial adjustment e w, not to ma ntain the will of the major- o overthrow It on the single issue of race the majority of black men, because ire btotk. to 9. government of com- i. opinion The kernel and purple t-ailiaj Dill that the lav of the Innd aubordinated to set enmity between tlie j a id tte black man The bill was not uiied o only wit waa its absolute ma f tin .I and the right of the people r that right BO f >v -rj and beyofid recali 11 make a- -constitutional t a >wer of ccrasness to pass ic ciion of repje-entatives r uu j %hatf ing this it J delegate it to leder il boards would be screens i-t ferms of and i f e J TVith impunity The 'i -rtituency of the south uw c DH 1 1 i lie -VEG toes 5t f motive jor further woi fjnic perpetual pensioners Facile ai.d renal repre- id idyJorauv T saultonthe aid be ci on the labor rthforthe Tn t c eti i s iljndoning i i r T idly r d n ath had >r e4rs r Bt rt i great ea northern i -L.W -esujt of tho t f e nonrun. ascendency f li 3 pill bscoule a law i 1 many places south not MU incomes, but chilled u a and smoking rums The 1 1 IP a malediction, exceedingly against uortain men wan u bftr their own wai Mutes scarred rtud dii nt, r s t andlmeapre, i which emembrance, prey to tho liT-on j t> iTJLech Torpie re- "i of ll b dtlllOCritlC Col i 1, jeii o at 3 25 o clock Adjourned 4 Caucus Jiocra's cnt canons. There -of to defeat the bill TVIS r d scnssed The majority of rather hopeless They be- ter koate had continued i certain nsalla would announce that it ue t hv debate -was for the purpose ol and would thereupon pi t the enita 33 to whether or not tho be L II no 8 taken Of ijority, would i ass TLe only e one should chair but of ded that the o q o i -w th the 'it e as possible, -n show the r "s lopo that the 0101 T i t'CiJmo aroused z 3 he u uitons meas- se" ti e it s would vote "at J T1 at however, i p i in the face of c tii oa and the re- uT ror au thoroughly j.bi r i piry whip fan- 1 c t that no re- pcet1 expect futnre  rt would disclose, but lad been omitted m enrollment He had no doubt tlio matter would receive early attention Mr Cul'om introdueed a bill to reduce letter loetage to 1 cent. Referred Mr Call olEered directing the snpcr- fiteuileiit of tho tabor Inirtan to fei ort to tlie -ctert of tLe phosphate industn of t'oncia tlie u nbei ol liborers emplojtd, andtl e opportum- ies for the empl  ..he tales "North, and fcouth JUaK ita and Mr roorhees ha e situation to tho fact the Indians belnp starv ed, and being rep'ied to jy Messrs anil Pierce rnt. rn t. Tho debate was interrupted at 2 o'clock, by tlio lection bill com np as unfinished business. Sir Hoar, in chirse of the bill, said that in cw of the iact that on reporting tho bill at the lose of last session, h" had addressed the senate j nua it he now foregro anv oppmncr of the eh ite, but would content himself with answering objection should be irudd to tho bill ou the demoeratie of the chamber Mr r irpie thereupon opened iho discussion m A SMAET YOUNG MAN ITHO DtJ'JJD THE s 31KTICO HE GOT INTO THEIR POCKETS And Sccnrod a Ton-Thousand Dollar 1 dorsement from One ntlmstostic Ho Did It G irvrsTov, December 3 Mr George "W Clailc, car ajient oC tlie Missouri Pacihc, who has just returned from Mexico, related to THE reporter today how a smart young man passed himself off as the son of an states- roan On the 24th of November there arrived m the City of Mexico, and registered at the Yturbide hotel, a person calling himself John G Carlisle, Jr who claimed to be a son of Senator and Ex-Speaker Carlisle, of Ken- tuckj TOOK GENFttAI, 1TTSBIK IN He immediately formed the acquaintance of prominent Americans iu the City of Mexico, among them General Fnsbio who endorsed a draft on Senator Carlisle for S10.000 Carlisle soon left on the tram foi Monterey General Frisbio's suspicions were aroused by Carlisle's sudden disappearance, and ho telegraphed Car- lisle, who rotilied "My two SOBS are at home The wires were then put in motion to irrest the party it Monterey, but ho had retraced his steps to San L.UIS Potosi, and there he waa rested and jailed 011 the night of the He was about sis. feet high, very erect, thirty- one years old, and drowsed m a shabby-Renteel Prince Albert suit Ilis noae reatmbled that of an eagle THE OI HIS AJtBIVAL. Prior to his arrival in the City of Mexico, The Two Kepublics stated that John G Car- lisle, Jr and James G Blame, Jr ar- in the capital on the i 24th On the ar- rival of the train some Amencana is ent to the depot to receive tho sons of the two distin gtushed American statesmen They asked Carlisle what had become of James G "Blame, Jr, and Carlisle confidently whispered in their ears 'Between jouand me, I had to shake Jim lie got to lushing There was an exchange of courtesies and drinks in the coarse of which the gentle- man sailing under the name of Carlisle wormed himself into their affection, and worked them wSth ieal tact He then called on several Americans, including a Baptist preacher, who, after his departure, found missing from tho charity hoi The preacher thought tho money was stolen bv servants, and a fracas with them ensued When Car lisle left, a cmincil of tho innocents was held, in which the preacher said ell, he is the man vvjio has certainlj robbed the Lord OLD KENTUCKIAN'a UltTHIjSI VSM In fact, Catlisle'a presence in Mexico had quite an electrical effect Mr H D Stacker being an old Kentuckian, one of Carlisle's neighbors sent his card up his breast swelling with pride, but the distinguished American was not in his room Had ho been there ML Stiother, who is a great aamirer of Senator Carlisle aiiu a generous iua.ii, Y. ould jrove given him all he had How the distinguished Americans in the Citj of Mexico could bave been duped by the fellow as a mystery He was nlKing in the uppers of hib shoes, his clothes wore threadbare and the tramp was logibly written 111 his countenance Ho, how- ever, waa i polished talker and his identifica- tion will doubtless develop a sensation THE RIGHT It Passes tlie Other Transacted 1 osterday. WASHINGTON, December 3 the house, after lading the journal, the speaker stated the pend ig business to be the iurthcr consideration of the copyright bill Mr SvmondB (in charge of tho bill) stated that friends of the measure were willing to the vote taken immediately but expressed a readi ness to yield any tune that its opponents might desire The debate lasted two hours Mr Peters ot Kiuihan moved to recommit the bill, with instructions to the committee on patents to report it buck with an amendment limiting the life oi a copyright to lourteen Mr of mcned to amend tho instructions bv mstruetuip the committee to provide for the imj ortation of buoka of foriJen authors at ilic rite wow provided by law yeas 110 Mr Peters a motion was 98 nays ITS The iiuestiun then recurred to the passage of tho bill, and tho vote resulted UJ. navs, 9j Without reaching aution on any otner measure the houau adjourned Tlie Latest from tlie Indians WASHINGTON December 3 Schofield received a telegram, this morning saying tbat affairs we'-e quiet and unchanged at Rosebud agency This wab the only information received ,n regard to tlie Indian situatk n Orders were today issued Ior the I irst i ifth and Seventh regiments of infantry to procec d at oncn to tlio scene ot the threatened outbreak fiie First and faeventh regiments will proceed firat to Omaha, and there await further ordcia TO INVESTIGATE, KOLB. His Accounts and: Vouchers to be Over- looked. MOVTCOMERV, December 3 The feature in tho legislature vrai the intro- duction at a resolti ion liv Qlr Gilchrist, of Mont- to raiae a joint committco to investigate the books and accounts of the comiaiasiouei of agriculture During the recent state canvas Mr KoM) the commissioner, tvaa a lonnidab'e candi- date tor nor, anrl carao w ithiu a few rotes of tlu nomiiitiru He w is bltttil> fought tht leading papers of tlie state and among other things, a demand was made ior the examination of tae books and accounts of his omce ty tho examiner ol public ._ mints This (governor Seay refused to do for reasons never made public, and the resolu- tion introduced toda> fell hLe a bombshell A proposition of tins like had been mat'o Uetnre e'tt.ept in the instance of Ike Vincent, the defaulting treasurer who hud fled the state Defore tlie committee of investigation raised Captain Kolb had, during the and before the introduction ot the resolution, td- dreaaed a note to enior Jones requesting him to have the books and accounts of the commis- suner of agriculture OEdininert by the examiner if public accounts When this information was ,onveyed to Mr Gi'cUrist, no withdrew the utiou, which under the rales had to action until tomorrow HK WAS PAI3N 1TN6 THE TOWN BLACK AND WHITE THE COLORED ALLIANCE IN OCALA Ready to Join a Third trty WfaicH to the Welfare of the The And His Pistol Upon tho Marshal and Killed Him. Ala December 3 a small town 111 fljlarion coilnty, 100 miles this city, Kndentthe torn uiar- slu.1, was killed yeateriiay afternoon Jhe killing Mas none bj (Jum, a wealthy younR man 'or tho named Guin wae intoxi cated -eb'Ttliv, and "tarteil otjt to paint the town red "Marshal t mien tritii fco get him to g iiome, mt he and Into Su the oltsraoon Gain une So ilisurtleny that thd marshal arrested lum. le pulled away from the officer and, drawin a jiatol,   war whieli declired against sectionalism, the tlresides of tho farmer or the north east, south and irQ citadel! around which the heaviest buttles are being fought and to tlie end tliat victorj may crown our cinsade, let fraternitv nud umt> ic tfu theiefore, be it KesoUed Bv the JSational Firmers' Alliance and Industrial tmion of Auierici, in n itional counsel assembled, That we do most solemnly protest against the passage of the e e tion bill, and we m ist camestlv petition out sen itors to employ all i ilr and legal means to defe it this unpatnotic meisnre, which can iemlu in nothing but; I to one ci BIJIOII nud beloved eountrv Resolved further, That a copj of this pre and resolutions be forwarded to each senator in congress Tho sons of toil are disposed to stamp out every form of gain that IB not born in the sweat of the brow, and thej have set their seal of lottery by moving for a constitutional amendment to suppress all lotteries THE QUffiSTlOV? OF CONrLJCT There was a better prospect for harmony today than at anytime since the contention met, instead of charges being preferred against any member, Livingston, Macune and Polk, the three specially interested, have united in the demand for an investigation A committee of one from each state has boon appointed, and the three gentlemen to be in vostigated have especially requested that there shall be no whitewashing In justice to Mr Rittenliouse I print bin statement about The Globe Democrat dispatch, the authorship or Inspiration of which he denies I given my statement concerning the matter to the committee he that is not for publication but I wiM ea> that J am not tho author of tlie dispatch and I am. not responsible for it I never knew ioout it until afterwards written I saw It as othera saw it but the statejnent that I wrottt it or inspired it, is false, and I haie the proof to sustain me Tb.e Colored. enwnt In order to show the significance ot the Colored Tanners' Alliance, I supplement the extract from ;he annual report by ati interview with President Humphrey i He is a white man, a Texas Baptist preacfaec, who spent somej years in missionary work among the negroes When their alliance be- n to assume proportions they asked him to take charge of the national organization, both because of hiti abilitv and because of their confidence in him as a friend of the raca He is an elderly man of large frame and portly with plain speech and a free blunt manner 'When I commenced this work said he, there was violent opposition in all the southern states "What were your politics before you began "I had mighty little politics about me I used ;o be a democrat, but the democratic party got 80 >ad that I quit voting: I had no politics, and never will have, unless some third partv comes ip I voted a few republican tickets, but mighty The negroes were in the people'8 movement ui the beginning They withdrew from the re publican party becauee of tue laek of 3Ubtice in its rcatincnt oi their lace They c in plain that thty have not had a share in. the and the> claim that the general legislation f congress has teen against the interest of the This ifi their prmcip il complaint Do complain that the republican party has not protected them in the franchise I nave nevt r heai d that complaint, and they woald make it to me ifShcv made it to their fatuers I don t believe it was ever the privilege ot an old man to enjov the confidence ot tue American people as I do theirs I believo thit In one of OTIF alliances a brother said tliat had the lodge bill been offered twenty years ago, it would h been a blessing to tlie country, but ic has como too laic "U hat he meant by "coming too late" was aa he the time had come w'len the white and colored laborers would vote together in a common party, neighbor with neighbor, and not against eaeh otijer, and that the eolored people would have tut protection at the ballot box that the white citizens Iiad in fact, Le said, there is no need the force bill no v He WIB a republican and W A I'atillo, of North Carolina, one uf the leaU ing colored men of the United States, and Laronne of Louicina of the same character Who will tell you the dame thing Wl at 13 tlie membership of your We have now whom 150 000 are adult males Our Statistics show that se ugttli'i of the negroes of the south are engaged in ire c tre organized in tidrtj states Sivtt eii ire represented here noA, and we look for several more rha linlk ot our membersLip is m the bouth Atlantie and giilf distributed as follows 10U.003 in. Alabama, m (Borgia, 90 000 In bouth Carolina   in Mississippi in Texas in Arkansas 50 000 in Louis- iana, 50 000 in "Virgimi in Keutuckv. lu Tennessee, fw 000 in Korth Carolina and the rest scattered ThegjstofMr Humphrev 8 address Is givon ia the following summarv After reviewing the growth uf tho order Superintendent Humphreys  im tbat tliej coosid red wtuxld be atltfactorj to ir net. It tier fore that jou gho your earnest attention to this all-absorbing question and if by a spirit of mutual and cone Uatiuu, jou iua> be able to bbiura fauch pledijea from the great labur now represented in thlt city aa will warrant reciprocal and conledera tion and co opi ration 11 r< suit to both the white and tne colored rices. Those who hope to equ lize the 1 urdens of tai.a- relieve tlie depression of icnculturc and to restore tho KO'V   imiat have amaii, as well aa a platform oi principles discinctlv t'ipir own lo this name and p atiorm they their fellow eiti zens of tho t-nited States as to refuge a lortresi In tho recent eltctiona tno influence of the ailiann was felt and cry man realized what a n doui i oner it is destined iu the near future tx> exert Hut it must he remembered tl at lit l" case tin alii nice was loitered bv j arty 4" which It could not bear, and lu of the st-iti rofuped to at all Cithers we hero mtntiou per (.cut of tlie white and iO i er ent oi the colored peop'o abso 1 or even to attend the poll t, In and mrvnv other at thf election went rather by default til in otherwi e Iho peoplr were not "atiblled ith tlie stain art! re rather than be considered democrats or reputi licani, thev remained at their homes, and refust tl to take an., part in elerting men ior whom tbcj could feel no interest W U C OF M4IUETTA, Brother Sii M JOB Sliot Dead by JAOKSON Mitts 3 Im- ports of a fearful homicide committed this morn- ing near Brow nsv Hie, in this cmmt> readies here Mijor J A ol Marietta,  outlis to go free thev came up lor hearing tod iy the chief of police requested that Nefotor be discharge 1, whleh was done The jmllcemi n who made tito arrest will bo hauled over tho coalt- aiid it is not improbable that the golden jontlis will be hauled up before a majslhtrate until which ttmc their nainea viH be suppressed It fseaid that the pame two golden youths were fired out of a hotel recently while the bpitler and Fly was placing here PMSASKD Some of His o Work. rin Approval. MACON Ga Decem'orr 3 gratification has been expressed on the Btieets this afternoon over the introduction today in tlio house by Hon John T Boifeuillet of Bibb, a bill for Heweriag the eitv of Afacun The bill provides for the ibsuanre of worth ol bonds for the purpose A number of prominent capitalists in Bpeakiug of the mil say they tUink it is the most just equitable safe and Inninops like measure ever been gotten up for such a purpose wll l have the uni ver'il endorsement of all e lasses of citizen It is earnestly hoped that this bill wil1 pass an d purposes put into elEecu at tbe enrlieat possible ua> Sewerage has been i long felt necessity in Ma- con, and the entire citv js clamoring for them TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE STATE. Captain Tillman Eapeots Ten Thousand of His Farmer Frlende to Greet Him. COLL win C December 3 treparationinkre being made for the inauguration -I .rillman tomorrow A rompan> of workmen are laboring und daj on a mam- moth It is being ere ffice btjdnd that for which he appointed Kolb denounced the statement as an infamous .ie and M iss raapnted it striking at Ro'b who returned the bringing blood Friends in- tervened and prevented any serious injury to either of the dombatants Taxlnfftlie EaJIroads RALFIGII, N. C, Dcecmber s joint committee to imestfgftte tho liability and other corporations to ?tate t ixatio i ics imed its eCasion Mere today altei several months President %V G Ei hot aiiu Ocnei-aL Morap ver and above what IB absolutely necessary for ;he operations the road i3 liafjlo to t nation Alter a thorough ihvestiEation property was ehoivn to exist which iv nl vield tho state nearly in taxes JUefdrni CarrJea tho 3Oay In Auffusta Oa Ueceml er vard Ash bury Hull second vfctrd J Cosgrove, J iourthward, W B Yonnjr, itch ward T Smith This in brief is the story ol tbe municipal election in Augua -a toda> It is a victory for tho committee of one hundred, the hrst ihiee wards having been carried bj them without any trotille In the fourth Cajitain chair man of the iinance committee of the council M ns e ected bva mtjoriti m iioth white and eo ored joxGp Jji the fifth T j-d Smith clan a to be in- dependent of both Bides but a believer in reiorm. This Pistol Was Loaded. 4iDOCK S C December C On Saturday night last a young- w itc man it l, and a colored uian, Reuben were n a store at tins place and tlie clerk was Knowing some new pistols f he white man plavf ailv picked one up and snapped it at Morn .and Moms picked up one and tump at Whalon, lot knowing it r as loaded, and shot and mortally wounded Whalon _______ __ Tbe Largest lu the Sontli. Btns'ni'NG-irAW, Aia Decembsr 3 -pecia1 ]__ 'fear Halesville, Winston eoontx, Mond.iv i ifrut and fonntl anddestroved the largest I'licit still cveVopera ed n the south The daily capacity of the sUll was 60 gal'oD8 and the governmont tax on tlie outttt would have been per The men opera- ting the still fted at the approach of the officers Senator Election Assured. il vi E.ftii, "N C 3 ntelligencer of this w U edito-at j T ir t will ir- j i- f t i d in th 1 nnx ratU  time since tlio great break was and as usual in bucli cases there a dechiiius tendencv in pricci that helped tne bearish attitude of tho rutmi trading clement M hich onco more fceonis to La e iln, of prices I ondon is IIK lined to btij anci ea.rl> figures Iroui t lat center came decidedly higher. M bile foreign ing orders in carlv trtd- ing served to tlie market during the fore noon "SVheii they P! ickeil however there was Jound to be no influence to sustain the market and traders feeling Jieir Tiay ittacked certain properties with material declines in the j.1ternoon imi tue market a raprged appear nice ibero was a snueese in rertifirates thio niornlnp and there atone time a dU'eroncs of at least 3 per cent een tucm and tho trust comTiany s receipts Iracling, after the little exilement was 01 er, how- ever dwindled down to the usual proportions OB tlic of bi n Bugan has been growliip le'-s and less as the pub- lie does i ot now touch them to .tin extent and IB not likelv to till the i ubJic statement tlio condition of the trusts affurs is made whu U there seems to be a marked uuwillmjmeEB t do rn the general liet Laekawanna, Paul, "Lnfon Pacific and Vtchlnson monopolized attention and the idvent of cold weather, with its of snow, had a tendencv to help cold making the feature of the trading It was "-peciallv stiong tlie gpi oa.rl market -was ueld up ,and and irregular tlie rest oE tho hM: w iB weak and active all tbe out lie bulk of the pressure was made upon granger3 an I Facjftc stocks and those propei tiet, shjv, the losses for the daj I ackrtwannj at one time el o ted a C 2 per cent o-ier its price, but at tho cloec TJ! of it had been lost and its o jrain rf percent mciHurcs its r the low priced shares were neglected, jnd were dull all the wy out, and utside of a few lead- Ing blocks there was no new feature of interest In tbe dealings The possibility that the Bank of I ngtand would reduce itb rite of discount tomorr )W tasa iactor in the of the London market but it failed to make .tuj Improvement, here. The market re- mained quiet and feverish till the close which -wad weak about the lowest prices lor of tlie list s lifted aggregited 215.00J sharea, Unlisted shares The Petroleum market. JTFW YORIv, >er Tlic petroleum mar- 1 then v, t opcnt I stcad> Jar option foil recovered 4c and cloaca dud, fcaies of heingthe on record The total Pennsylvania spot OCO uarre1' Open Hiph ATIU Have a I'r -nai v V u I I i Gi JJ9 'mlirr A. uiae u of the don ct Anier cu-5 a4 held in the opera IIOUPC here tt "ic-ht 10 act i 01 the qar Jfion of call a fo" tli9 e ection of canuiiiawCnfo ma i i a de-men cion -nnricip turn that palmar beheld tiice paired An crt JT n li t ie o- ke S r recent y e ITVIC-C 1 Ji t te ke bhoro ttoc' a 
                            

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