Atlanta Constitution, December 20, 1890

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December 20, 1890

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia r. THE ATLANTA CONSTITUT XXII. ATLANTA, GA., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SENATOR STEWAET IBS OFEy 1IEZD A.BJUHST IBB FORCE HILL. SHARP ASSAULT FROM THE WEST tne Republicans of the Hesitate in Their Demand for Force Legislation Against the South, December 19 Stewart, of Nevada, one of the free cubage silver of the senate, created a on in the force bill camp this afternoon a speech in which he come out T v emphatically against the force The people of the country are against !t, he w d and it will not answer the purpose for n it was designated Ho thought it waa -olicy for republicans to pass it, and he f jld positively ota against it if the bill ever tote UO1B AiMOYED. the timo he was speaking Hoar sat per- ily still with a frown upon hia face He u not only displeased bat mghtenod. tbe Stewart speech was not tho only i 'hat happened today to annoy Granny A meeting of the committee on to take action upon the -e reso ution, decided upon bj the caucus 11 ei nigh The only memoers present c 1 dnch, Sasrman and Harris i ore Blackburn and Ingalls were absent a or Sherman proposed that pair -sis and and proceed faenator s ivho is one of the shrewdest parha- Mnans in the house, however, objected, -13 that would send fo- Senator BUck He did it, but when tho ICeutuckian i Senator Sherman snnt him word thai, sieet ng of the committee had ueen post- ed THE INSIDK CltSF e cause of this postponement was v hafi It was beciuse Senator In- s, 33-ated positively onu. emphatically that Touid be jio party to outraging the rulet> of Donate by the adoption of a gas: law Ho u in the first plaee that he did MO' think the hill m any ..hi g 1 ko its piesent bliape d be matte a law, ind til he was sed to tl e of the senate to i it s tch He ho-weter stated tnat as he a 3greed to tbe conclusion of tlto caucus the u he TVOU d not, j he commit from, reporting the resolutioi, but ue iga 'ist its adop an 1 ounl opm it 111 the en-ti, Oi. course, thib eieated a sreat ejh.atio in the rep lit icanr uks and thej ed to postpone the meet until they 1 to co leet then wit1- to remain in W .bhiiigtou, TOI (T iaa ve tUe defeat of the cloture -esol itiou an but 1 e is e for on M u and in liia ab inother 7 1 be made uHu tl at, Jus deeded upon is to nator fctli luucH to 1i e 'ho cuair when 0 icr tin o mn es md tlie quesfion i. ti it benato- his con fiited his TIe ho we cr will ntitlie deny nor i t 10 me i rcaa Ho or in lew of det. opi to the infa- _uos III u e oest uithor t es aTl asrree tloclotiirr i tn ran if t bo at ail OTHFK 1 1 T-L1SLIG V1O> Tl ere i-> so no t-1 c tf 11 to eTect th it qen" era rellei and as) bnn ji Lolorailo, tislvo sueecnes a tUe force biil T ihis be txac t vnll i ak t cortp i liat a own in le r I i-ed f ether t e do or i tin el i es are "t decide 1 y jfavor of the b 11 Ixu TJ the on tl ouC CVQ be n j; c 1 j. on To 101 row i Mil report cio-i bill "h e! I is alie jv bee i oat 11 ed m those di" "-chps ami 01 "Montiaj the i 1 1 ro ib j be tj.rt.cn up di-. an j 1 111 idta t1 at tliQ deoioc" its id tvti pt to t j, k i et k nr roontlisln! aiilw in lib e o.ure re'-oiution to apply to tliib, but the B iccrits jviiow hi-j and pre- eu a nter one It e v.iil 001 sume i, no L no m del) o the l bi w u r a. niT'e i ne dmeit ilc i for a ote as T OP as tf e lepub leans e th i Miu (.he g i mv i T a ri n n result in tl e 3 ist t_t of i fieo coniacte through ioi i L IL ic d jr Sptocli. r i in ki uTtu_d an amtnclinent, of M 1 i P >T co the oho i e r s c Ueii 1 s to the ai> o "j r t ir e t H n i an SSM r-, for the e it n i 1 at i i n f i Jit 'i-d iho r oiyt K up i t m jieUUrl o JVir m in i iiieut against tin bill, grmi d than an attempt to evecu e t in e soutu would be ro s to both He be! Hi ifc tho sa'egi aidb wii a-ciii il t frai d 111 tho eat c ti s i thi i in ler to i lit political 11 ;b i t j Ke 3 qua H i mend to tlie white man, ami 'PS rtd io refr in uoin iny act nght "J-to just hira fulieT hi to man) in making -PC i c nc1 congress h u] J ti aed "W i ,j.u c a.? do 10 11 the inat- tt1 the sonti s do it h t ie voluntary aetion of 1 "OTile (hat see nu, have to re- i one 11 YO things If tl e negroci i ere the e faite ineii- bp liiventotho j of destroying i-ieuij lliat uhe v ual extermuiat on of the whites There o thing more certain trau that The em- 3 Qent oi foi e would result ultimately in stern piation wither of tho or ot 8 the reconstruct on lejTtSlatioiv i no 1 ad hi i self been i proininent i tl e hLiiu t out x.he btnngent 01 s by >v ic i, o i of tue o tr ma o lia e been ill 11 Ji' 1 i Httii neu 3 made b reuub icaus n tiofh hou-sco against the sien ot tl o haueis eorpu and J l'g the i ilitary jower of tho United to IJQ exorcised in the south during the of Grant, he asked bow, if nat Grant had been triable to protect red men ui right of suffrage, any aident could do betser arj power was t j bo used in the exe- tlit, Dcndmg bill, the oill shoulu i. and if it was to bo a d ad letter, l at ou h was entf-po P Instca 1 of e i ij; tie 1K uption of Wi, y could justlfyflO.cb.au act. It of the senate, he held, to -ses in the hopo that they rei, -v y tne evil. bill a l pass- because it never U) TJ would be enforced, because it would consoh date the southern whites, because it would bring further misery on southern blacks, and because u jncrease sectional animosities ana t-vodle anew the discords of the past gave a brief account of the supcrv soraf elecu.oa law and the act for the suspension of the wnt of hibets corpus He roc il ed tho speeclies m opposition to the force bill of 1B75. made py Senators George F Hoar and J R Hawley, thea reprinentati'ves in the house Among those then Doting ngainst the force bill, Mr fatew irt recalled Foster, Garfleld, William Walter Tlieips, Kaaaon and IvePogg General Hawlev, he said, was very strenuous in Uis opposition, de- claring that there could be no genuine protec- tion in the south under legislative enactment Referring to Mr Hoai'a sueecli of last scs- aion, in whirh he state that BO military force would be used in the execution of the bill un- der consideration, 51r art haid that if this view of the c-ite be correct, the pending bill should be defeated It tho law was to be a t-cid letter neon tlio statute books, what could it effect' It no mo -e be enforced by nho courts and juries than laws alreidy upon the statute uoote could bo, which if thej could bo onforced, would be ample for the suppression of all the frauds complained of Tho effect of the bill, 111 his opinion would be to cause even still hltterer racehatreds' Ho suggested that thepetitoners required under it woald become marked men, as would ilso the u.d fron tho rt ports of comii tteesantlall the knowledge ob uned during tho past twenty vears, ic plain whit tJieii would bo, unless congress was dispcsed to proceed to remedy the under constitution (that of denying representation on aecount of exclubicn from or obstacles to exercise of franchibo) The only remedy that existed w is in tlio en forcement of on the statute bookt, and in the ass.uraiiee that no pressuio iroui the outside wou'd be exorcised In his judgment he bolid south was main- tained b> reason of its use of the cry tnat it was intended on the part of who control ed ohe general ernuient to interfere with their local affairs llie moment such a cry was effectually proven to be without foun- dation, it could not any longer bo kept eohd The sectional there would divide into faetiona It had already begun to disintegrate That disintegiatioii must necessarily bring about protection to the negro t> vote Tbe or- ECamzitton, now irresistible in some states in suppressing tuat oto oukl be among the earliest to bid for its power when they found is necessary for then, own existence The colored m tn neeued edueation Tbe white man down boath needed the t.ame If an oligarchy ex isted in any of at ei it was the duty of the United Stateb government to suppress it undei the constitution Hie general government was required to maintain republican forjas ot government in each of tbe fatatesof the union If. sucli astate of tin gs Ait1 not exist the i force eould not bo justified This country wai governed by public sentiment Pubhc sentiment would not tolerate sueh i state of affai t> TUe opm on of clio ind was 111 faror unities to the colored man In tho north tii itt i imoa "U. growing keener and inora active bucn public opm.f n wonia be more potential ds time went on If theseiiate tho bill, i shou d be executed If the Donate did not intend to on Core P it lie the in tl Q n imo of hum iniiy, not to pass it IE it were passed tlie hite mai would be still consohdatod and the trxmed power iud organi7ition of tho iate confederate states Vfou d be broi tn mbUre tho destruc- tion of tiio coloieti race m the south Tho man was jeaily improving IIo eou'd iiot be ed from this 'No one compared mm, m mental cipacity a race w ui tbe white ih in in w h be nudtt he lived But it ivos the glory tho white raco tliat could not long exist Tbrt was an age of intl tho death of privilege There was 10 re lor lav es and 110 room for caste The white i PI i It, ri the scm-h must be taught to see t'i il t. 3d it was tae onlv w aj in which t( o colored roul 1 nil lly ue pi elected 4.N SlIs-ICII Tlie fact that tins was the first open oppost tion to the b 11 on the part of a repuulic n Ft natur ca se I the clovest ittontioii to le paid to M- Stewart s speech on both sides of the chamler Hepublican ami democratic sona tors wero in tbou equal nuuabeib (about tairtv on each aid all turned towards "Mr tatev art and appeared to be moat interested asreuers tho o Ins speerli "Mr Hoar ioce said th ic he w ould not now replj to it hut hew shed to have put np >n lecord the provis- ions of tl o forco bill to which reference had been made and which had pr sod tlie house in I-TO had its jvoMsion real for the pur prso of justify ng llie 0( jaobition nade to it by himself ado her and to show that thero as no mcu is H enty m thoir on po- sit oil to lat UK asiue an 1 in support of tho PLII hug moo. i- e Mr w irt rated that he opposed the o 11 because it propped to do things vi 1 ich c m'd not be done without force Ihe Donate should not attemjiC to deceive tl e country The country should be informed of whft was nrressTy to enforce tho Lill and shcul 1 We called upon to sustain it Ho d d i ot wisji to n cr upon RUCII a campaign as tas upon tilteen ye irs and again to meet ita defeat as ou wlien tuo btU 1 ad i b( tho pel If the ti no ia I coin t when tno republn tn pirtv was, o pass a hill and to put the iieres'-arv fo C' be ai tl If thai, was tl e will t i rep iblu in part be would with it Buthe dit1 not be e that tune hil arm ed ai d, bahev the bill ould be a fail ire, ho itgicttel bopuratu from his pirt> He belie ed that he had i ,jood p iny man but as he tho the neasure w 11 going to t bad and tl it eould not -succeed lie deemed io his O it> to his opinion y and is he hid uone today ap p >n the gi lenos> 1 he diaoaioie i was U on 111 eu up on Mr Faaikiier s amendment and was participated 111 bj monejea men have the r funds locked ap m deposit -vaults, afraid of neirU all now n- Cites where nan linl S1CO 000 in gold in a safety Ho also of the immense amounts of money bent south, to a.ove the cotton crops, baa returned He the farmers hare heenvpaying CAoh for their aup- I buying just as little as they are saving their casli and fceepmgr ifc at home HeieTofore theyhavo bougbtoncreditf and when they soltl their cotton paid the re- ceipts out to liquidate their debts the money was kept in circulation, but now that their debts aro light and they are money, a large portion of the amount south is reuia nmg there This is ueces- sarllj causing a tightness in New York Theso, ho said, were, Iiowev er, only some of the many causes Need of Hurry In view of the- fact that there 13 considerable talk of tho election of the eleventh congress- man from Georgia from the state at large it Is not amiss to stato that the apportionment bill, asit passedihe hoobe and will pass the senate, was made to read that the new members pro- for in the bill are not to be elected until "November, 1S92, and that their terms "re to cor imeiice with the hfry third congiess on the 4th of March, 13'tS Thus the Georgia a- Cure atjtg erm during next summer, will re- distnct the state 111 time to make eleven dis- tricts befoio the eleventh roan is to be elected USE! Senator Aldrlcli ROB rears Senator Aldnch, a republican u-ember of the finance committee, said tonight he had discovered much dissatisfaction, among the re- publicans over the caucua financial bill and he was very much afraid a free coinage amend- ment would be adopted Indeed he baid ho wonM not be at all surprised to see a free coin- age hill passed aiter all Georgia "Walters Dupcan Uosi has been confirmed as post- master at Cuthbert There will be practically no holiday recess of congresw, but many menibe'-a will go home Mr Candler ami "Major Barnes and Mr. Carleton will probably leave Sunday Judge Cnsp. Mr Clements, Mr Blount, Senator Colquitt and Mr Grimes will remain hero E W B THE FINANCIAL JBIL1, The Committee Will Keport It, but Tlicy Are Apart on Borne Propositions "WisniNQTOv, December finance committee of the senate lias agreed to report tho iinancial bill introduced yestprday b; Sen fctor faherm -n Tho only amendments m ide bj the committee are said to be in phraseolocj The cnanman of the i nance committee, Senator Alornll was opp special bays tliat reports of engagements between trcopb mid Indiars, at Daly's rancli and other pont s aiu false There have been three si iruushes between Colonel M" H Day's command of settlors and cow boys nnmuermg nftj men The last one, ou Tuesday, vas a hoc one The Indians at tempted to burn a haystack at Daly's ranch, wore driven off bv t olonel Day and ten men A band of 150 hostiles are moving westward fifty miles north of liere In Butte Eighty men of the ]Smth Cavalry and Ohoypnne fecouts, under Captain Moore, bavo been sent aftot them Seven companies of the Infantry, now it Fort Itussoll, under command of OoJonel Aligner, will arrive at Hermosa todaj Gen ei il Miles received dibpatchoa. from Ge'ienl Cftrr whoso camp is thirtv-five miles south ot here showing that everything quiet The Indians camped in Little Missouri county, north, JVIinnesila, are thought to be bitting band Inur IndiaiiK Handed AIisso Mont December cial 10 44 o clock tins morning Sheriff sprung the tr p md Pierre Paul, Ija- H7G Pascals md jv ntle> r of the worst cut- throats ever found the Indians of the northwest, pro sw ing into eternity Tho chiefs ot both of the Ivrotenia and Pendoreillo tribes circulated for cicm OIICT. and )t vns not unti! last night that the condemned men abandoned hope The death vv itch was doubled It was not necessary, for the pr son era showed stoical resignation to their fates THROUGH The Terrible Death, of a Railroad. Man in Charleston. S O, December 17 [Spe- cial A horr D e accident occurred on the Shore extension of tue South Carolina railway today, by which a young white roan named John Ahreus was lulled Ahrens was a train hand, and, while the trim was shifting to aMd iig, he went between the rars, it is said, to couple two of them, although tho conductoi swears that there were no cars to be coupled Vhrens was caught between the and tho coupling puij of one them went through and through his hotly The t vo bumpers meeting in the man s body pinned him thorp Then tho train drew out, and the djmg man fell to the ground He was re- BIOV ed, and, notwithstanding hia terrible injuries, lived nearly an honr The deceased is quite young, and well known He had been married only seven, weeks The verdict was accidental death _ They Both Rolled Off. CRTTCEKS, K Y, December 19 Conductor Fred Hdrr s ind nan Harry of a freight train on tho Hadson rulwaj met with a horrible death this morning Mr E, vans lost his 1 f e v hilo trying to have the conductor, who had slipped ou one icv roof of the ear and was roiling otf He grabbed the conductor and both rolled to the ground in each other's embrace Tlie Festive frolics. "CMOV, S C December 19 'IsegTO as they are so termed, are petting to bo a ruisauco in this county In nearlj eveiy neighborhood of this conntv a frolic, or festival, is neld every mghl by tne negrces, and there is always a gojd deal o? liquor the crowd, the result is a culEirg scnpe or a shoot'ng affray between sotno of the negroes, or a murder, and a little expense on the county in the shape ot a coroner's inquest Xn the Ia3t six weeks five nrarders have feen committed in this county, and they all hap- pened at these negro THE BOPE'S END. XESTERVAY IH EXPIATION OF BRUTAL CRIMES. mrlng of aiangen at Pleasant, S C. Foui Indiana in CanndiJn Sheriff at an Bxocat on. CHABT.ESTON, S C December cial Mongin, a negro about thirty years old, was hanged today, it "Mount Pleas- ant, for Hie murder of another negro named Jackson, in Berkely county, labt Haj Mougin det hu> death verv calmly, sayine he was going straislit to Inero was not inucli. of a to-t'o p round the gallows He came out enveloped in a shroud, and when, the ncose Was adjusted began to sing, "On Zioii s. Bright and Plow ns? Mount" The preparations were completed, and he was told to bid good byo to the coiorea minister, which he did His neck WAS broken and he died almost instantlj He hnd no relatives but an aged father, who took Ills body RI1> OF KEEI..Y AT LAST Greatest Benefactor Washes Her Hands of tlie Jnventoi." PHILADHPHII JUecember Bloom- field Moire, of 510 South Broad street, tudij aent a letter to tne board of directors of tho Keelj ilotcr Companj After expressing pleasure in the announcement that Mr. Kcely's present position was such that the company no fuitherneed of her she saja "It relieves me of tho responsibilities which I. have so Ions: earned at the cost of placing a barrier between inihclf and all the members of my family, did not nij course assu ung obhgauong which belonged Lo the company to fulhll under its contr ict with Mr Keely By to Ixeelj's Discoveries' vou will hnd that my enijageinont Mr Keely, made April to fu bun to the end of his work with fund for his house L.3U1 and sliop exoeiisee and for instruments of research, when he had gained snrn control6f the unknown to enable him to reanino hia work uiidec tbe direction of ui uMgeinont of the company upon a pio- engine As this time has arrived I fcU myself to be at liberty to hind over to ail bilib that bom presented since the ex- ultation of Mr Keelv's contract with ma My and material rights were taken from me HI Ib88 on account of my efforts in 1837 to assist the stockholders of the Keelj Motor Tampany not because I had rescued Mr Iveely from the deplorable condition in which I found him in the winter of IfcHi 2, undei tne management of that comp-iuj tanply (loioiuiiff that this enteipiise was built possibilities, with no other felt no sympathy with those who were managing a company tho shares of which possessed no commercial -value, and they quite naturally feared that my ignorance of business xranaac lions might lead we into becoming one of tne victims of tins speculative management I am gratified not only that I am relieved of the lo id that I have carried alone, "but to know that I nave been able by the timely aid that I offered 1-st March, to foi the third time the often jeopardized interests of the long-suffering stockholders, who have un- invested in tha Keely motor stock before there was any quid pro quo to make the investment a safe one THK BBOKEKS And the Police Stepped in and Scattered Them PMUS, Decerabei police were to aay compelled to disperse the brokers on Petite bourse faome of tbe brokers desired to have bourse closed till January Jd, but others wero opposed to this From quarrelling over tho matter tho disputants finally came to blows, with the result that police weie obliged to interfere While the members of the oenatej wete dis- cussing foreign estimates today, Admiral Veion asked if any treaty with Great Britain regarding the Newfoundland fisheries had been concluded, and insisted that a draft of any such treaty should be submitted to tho chamber of deputies for appioval He added that ho thouefht tho settlement that Great Britain proposed was acceptable "M Ribot, minister of foreign affairs, de- clined to enter into the details of the proposals submitted He "We will not to the principle of a money indemnity We do not visa ihar there bo any interference with our internal leg slatiou "W e are await ing fresh proposals THE CAPTOK OI Gets One Thousand ot the Reward Offered. BIRMINGHAM, Ala December 19 [Special partial payment and settlement of the re- vard offered for the late train roober, Rube BUTOWS, was made todaj J D Carter, the man who killed Burrows, met the oJicers of the Southern Lxpress Company in this city, to arrange a seUlemfnt tl o reward Tho amouat oftercd by the express company and three raiU >ad companies jointlv -was Of tms amount Carter was paid nd the express othcials TV ill consult John McDulhe, assisted in the capture of Buriows before they pay the balance JChe Ln ted States government's regard of SI 000 and the various state rewards have not been paid J I) Carter, who killed Burrows, is a cripple for life from the cftpcvs of the wound he received during the fight. Hia lefc is paralyzed Charged with Itobbjrjj Cars BIRMINGHAM, Ala December 1U [Special Tue detectives today arrested live railroad in 011 on a charge of burglary 1 1 breaking open and robbing freight cars on eral of the roads entering the city The men arrested are B Spain, L E Bodey, Charles McMicnael, W C Miller and Dan. Mclvei Spain is an engineer and others are switchmen. The detectives say a number of others will be arrested as aoon as they can, b j found For sc eral weeks a v, holesale roboery of fieight cars in the yards abo it the cits has ber-n on, and thousands of dol'ars worth of gootH hai e been stolen, and very Jittle of the stolen propertv beeT erod The dotectivea claim that a large numuar of railroad men hai e organized a band, tor the systematic rob- bing of cars Tlie Sheriff Died Suddenly. SHEEBROOK, Ont December 19 Kemi Lamontagne was hanged here at 9 20 o'clock ibie morning for the murder of his brother m- Isanoleon "Michel S 45 o'clock tins morimst Sheriff AVebb who had charge of the esec ition. died suddenly from, heart disease It IE> believed tlie excitement attend- ing Arrangomeutfa was the cause of the fatal attack He His Pipe in NHWABE, K J December 19 By the burninsr of a small dwelling last night, Mra Ann McGture, aged fifty years, and her grand- daughter, agedfive, were burned to death. Mrs. McGuire's husband escaped by jnmping from a second-story window The nre, it is sup- .posed, originated from McGnire's habit of smoking his pipe in bed Swung at Scale. Ala Decornber 10 Ste plien uord, a negro, was hung at Scale station, county, todaj for compl city in the murder of Columbus P tttersoii Hi's neck was broken The victim's wife was concerned with the cond'emed in Uie poisoning of the hus- band, and was to bave bauged with him today, but the governor reprieved her fall January THE WEEK'S Beport of Dan A I-arge JinBiness, But Confldencc. YOFK, December E-G Dan Co e weekly revia x of trade sa j s Bubineafl continues large for the season bus there is a perceptible loss of confidence Tie causes appear to be 1 'Hie prosjicct oi important legislation, the cfft-ct3 of which are not Ucarly 2 Frequent failures and zrcater in mak cirfloctiono 3 s lusf ictorj coi in soiLe branches of JProbublv u( i-c people are affected as to undertaking often iconsoiouslj T by the unoertaintj -Uoia fin tnci.il legislation and Its etEecta tlnu by au> other cduseH h the rate for money on call is lower titan ago and money is easier ac Kostou anu liihla there Is a strin-'enerr at must pojnt'- throiiphout the t niintry conipiairts pC collet tions nave been mora pene] ji "ut' in inti y cj C3 settlements can onlj Ite m idr- Ith notes or renewals But in all quarters there a hope tnat .ifter Januan. 1st th improve in >lus re pcct if legislative peets do roc meanwliile LjMSti a fclirinkage 0 andacurtailmeut of pur liases iniucnccs arc not now disturbing an ount-s of d lie r tlioui.li rtie eicliauK27for rails and 1 8 cents for bar Hie dry .xoods trade feels the influence ot recent failures, aud of the stringency in com- il loans Trade m cotton gcotli is not so larae as usual, and. though print cloths ore down to the 3 ceuts rhe first time for tseveral yearn, stockfj on hand are Sn falrlv ictive Cr- coci-uuiplioii ATHFN' Ga December Mr George C SmicL, a f i online it iar of this county, has left tudaenly for He 'eaves a wiJe beaind hin who is at a to explain h s CCT )rict retire jrcn lie a friend ue v as u i of living aoream.. tv 150 ;

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