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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. GA., MONDAY" jpOBNING, FEBRUARY 24, 189O. FORAKEKSIISTAKE. -rrF t I O.y OF THE BJ.LI.OT WHICH MARKS J-ORAKER'S "DROP." XM A.tonlshliiB Made by a Committee Hlatorv of Ohlo'8 Lust Election. February Ul m billot bov iiivestiguing committee i n cess until lit U week, when a as wilt le examined i. illv all the evidence Is Hurt has bt. u abundance of led i nl musit in tho committee and lu i n s mip s artlms developments tl lusulivtltc iiiimtteB was in u In u o. il the n !V atl icsed ii iv ing been Hit iiislifc Uor of the h, taken low 111 rt witnes ,now in lights, t i tlltlel l. JorRi I i P 11 t i The iv h ion 1 F raVcrin ufurn si: lung n tsd. m _ht vou kii txlkm; about loll Buttervv rth and I notlni it. jt vvluit drauialic manner d nit Hit m n i m 1 c voi r direct what vou wire i ol Her for B. 11 got a bin! tr I know u u t lil mt As God is 1 IK n the ex governor m mttie there are sn 1 tunni g to the iv have tint I fcr the produiuonof tins knocked tbe bottom out of Foraker's cam- palLrn, and he was delightfully snowed under Tlieu Ben Buttorworth introduced in tne house of representatives the resolution of m- qmi} into the forgery He knew that every- one was aware that it was a forgery, and every- one knew that neither he, McKmley nor Sher- man ever thought of suth a cornpanv But he believ ed Fo-akei had the paper forged to kill him (Ilntterworth) and others polin call} and tbe true object of the resolution ot mqiiirv-was to show up oraker and bur} bo- enlh the cold sod bis future political ambi- "inthat Bulterworlh McKmley and Grosve- 01 hive been successful Wood, it is true as show n himself in his testimony before the omuiittee, to be a monumental harand sconn- rel He has bai ei was a forgery, and was a partv. toil, is 1 here TV ill be two reports from tho commlt- r-e One, which vv 11 be signed b} a'l will ol illv exonerate the congressmen vi li >so iinips appeared in tho piper 1 he .her will be signed b} the two i. of Osorgia and 1-ton of nt Vilginn It wi.l lei] entirely with tlio moral aspcc's the case and will be a general xposo of political methods m lino It will perhaps show up the inw-niiiess E tho w irbetwei u the two wings of the re publican parts in tint stat. and wi'l contain much oilier mteitjstii g 10 itling matter THI TAOKIDS hi Sitf b> Coiigiewi rills Woek. W 1 i b liar, i im has hi en si t aside for i v ote upon the i, 11 of ti CABLE, THE CBAKK. of for'0 P1 'L tit v j.r mini ill ev. lent, ft' H nv i Pi f f t at il iP re -ret tin 1 tl i i i reli n 1 t 11 i ti u s in rt 1 t f- i i v 1 t ItlouS I f II u it! i (mum n s i to 1 ll lit i t t p i i i i i i i i in I in i t i.n1 tl 1 III U 1 IIP V. 1 i In u l 1 111 U I k Il Ih i' m tiling bell ml t lit bill, mil is I sh ill npver cease l s ioiv u publii ans mill rid tl. In II Ml tl t tin I "tn I i i ikir i b r th si tin in h s[ us f, i a rim iiimat o ci t! si i r 111 r I billot atiitwlpu Hi UL i ii liv r lit I 11 mill lie hail ill i _i 1 1 l ll- r Ihtll welt into tl CHUI 1 istruup 1 bv Ins n put Hi i i b gau i vim i ing le record i li s 1 ait oj i jiuiit J u cs t L I'll 1, 11 f i i vu ut i il, o punt II cl i n 1 tt hivp hul in mtimatio tl it 1 u in n_rt si ii il sclitmcs with M Ki SI i rii in ml I, ut.rv o th, and tl f, t .1 ttpll s q n nti f r it vvi, evident In. tl i nun w il I kmfc him mil 1 Tills mtt'lii t kill loin bu Is iltl or ,1 s fur Volnig might up unt 1 Tnesda} bntitisprob ill be si letti 1 tomorrow Largo from New Chi ...._ St I outs aro heie to- Tht evei-y effort to secuic votes l nil tliiuiii.} Depevv hpal the ikers V dpi, Dillon of .mo humlf-cd inn 111 llus ifternxm from t hu ago, and the -in 101 immediately beeimo puriint tint e ith i, ill I rm htwith him a irisp iipw m i, c in ptop i liul of ipo' rii I ut ul tax lably hope tocollci t fiom a 1 bj t'lO issui nipes and methods f puio BOieinmi'it before fiee mitt ml prospelity f tin i t n ut 1 Hit 10 lino ill bj a mimti P ii 1 i i n oiho bnlRi bill been icp i minions iibtlo s will lin, 1 privllp pi in nTi ssedlv pulpose, It i coil mi; from an. s i i w i t w r'v I K n up an I Hi iTinlV, il tho not iiusliu ill I In sit 11 of s ki Ills] (i ti r h u i il i ri U i Ihc p II i i r] nt It 1 1 mill Vs I'XP i ti il thai l'iv the cim ui ,ht vveik the i ilpu 1 u will hive been cleuc.l of ill these s illF HI VTK BILL The T, aireanp.t on i lull still holds Us p'ire a, tht uiihinshe n.iismess ami his tin ruht ,fwav ifti rile tlose of the moinu-t'i ui s, it, r 1.1 ui hiving c iitluilcl his "pee, li tho lull is hk.l} tobctlitruliilintlic vv ij t til i i luis UP s tli it tho sin UP il' ei. is mi ic uupoi tint Sciiitoi Fm'kiitr will make the iicxtsieeeh town site lull will IIP ill; iIulT iliirnv the morn h ui until ill l .1 whitli it is h >ped will lie befi Ivartshu frivin notipp that he will nil up 1 is itsoliiti.n ill. luring that it is com n, mt fi i the stintt to a president ro t, m wl o shall hold otllie the pleasure of the smite T'nswill doubtless jn a ihsi i ssioii. f constitutional pov tr kit nl vv is ipprov o 1 bv the uu u publican sen itois Ivst vtar liutit vx- combillcd theiibj a 1 uinioiitj hont'll in 1 the sen it, umlt r too I ch( osc nat .r lnmalls to p esiilt during the ibsimt of V u e I'.esiilent Moitoii, who with his f.i.llv will stirt Joi lloinli M uch Sth to be I'l tut a in C II. J XPI iiteiiance an Attack ,.1 T u t vibt s O 1 ,'in i v J Washington s bulliiliv vv is colibi itcil list evrmiiS! wilh i lui r iimlti the auspites of the Patnotic Orilpi Cms of at vvh'.li t implicll pn s ill il Vmii. tl o sueik, rs vi as I I.iipn stitoviPt n siiipul of the 01 ik i His iciu irks w tit exj in i 01 v of thp 01 ga ill 1 -t.l the eml ol Tin of tho It Mill solvi HIP southpm problem, Air C iblp after uf ng I Hie soiilhein crops, said wo cm doub'tnat such a pi idutt tame fn m peaceful helds and cun- tuitcd and duly remunerated labor "i es we can the groat crops of 1860, raised when the nosioes were half then present numbers, come from freemen satisfied with their wages? Iheie is a contentment winch is more tiinbio to the order tho interest tt a fiee cmmtrj like ours discontent Hilt li ives tho ripened {7 f.nilnrv ested to guild the rijit, f freei The fuliiro to .001 govtriiiuent I aieu ibsolutelv ab mt' Iho th ll started out 1' vilvf full of h .nest orlceoiiie pule, have erowii con qt Mist moil of the c'ass proposing mil the south alone aro lion, st sill lilt 1 vv Uli tne sp nt of frtc.1 thev it is mil} Iheir polic} that is foil, l w in in" If uu iiople 011 mth could have carrt- thil polic} to sup. HIP} poukl 1HF DAY OF M1LI FM1 TI 11 o ill} m which llus mith becomes a nl u otivipti m among our w Into bipthern of Hi. s mil ami among the millions in the n irth whvse ponvt rsioii wits only oil theirs will be tic biightest, 0ladPSt, best d 1} that t tr oiwiit.l on this contineiil I IOIIPVO lint the daw 11 is brt-kiug now I et it be understood md declared in si i t'ltlli Pirc1. s mm ils a ul novvsjapers that nun m f ivoi the ics ciiiovnicnl of a w h to in in s publi. rights without being eithci a ipu.ibl i in or n traitoi Hpcuibe m equal htsdimociot The great bulk of the repub "i i pait> itself will look with nioro 1 ei t and pleasure upon such lem oils than upon a like loin iit'iiniit to its own rinks of Al ibauia t. Ptiomsts trying to take tho pitlfnll} im .sollile pose of rolor line rt public ins THK FXPEKlTlKNr PROPOSI-D "Mr Cible proposed that the south experi- ment a little if not read} to grant all rights If tin negro is well enough m the cais whv not let htm m inilway tars flip rag tig will, of their own accord avoid the well dressed and it is pi ucl to shut the negroes out of the li- biines Lot the south begin upon tint pi rinieiit of equal rights for ill 1 irtics which, in th, i At Hi 1 rtv advaliti0 ij lil. i .1 id i b >M timsplr lit Ud i pt have deciive 1 -iu> asia. iilinNtut.iiiber hal i riietvvoiu ri uq as t IP r n onlv str Tin t rrl 1 ip i hid btPii consign h lit u Irrstinhnj 1 u. t I j UL ht f le e 1, niiiie onlj t[ er u cs liol i ov. i tl P sti i to IO-.MI i uml si f H tlv i M ni_s if Hit t spil e tin gun of tit stum ,1 liking oc 10 -ti'v the I'emo THat J .lvvpre 1 ir_i Iv (onstincd tube ttic't on tlio Cithoht eh iieh md priest I e tlht diiv t es e e iiiOlnr c 1 lu Mmit H tl i t v is ui t c i ti anl tl shut I be pruileii 1 in 1 i. s w i u I riv s flails to 1 1 tU u in pt a siuti 1 ra.irv n_ tin It i 1 is who in i tlit "men and all i del 11 world, at least ould Ins never filled on fur trial It would not fa.l i i Havti or San Domingo if the} would onco give it the supipmacy thus far held by the alternating military tj mimes these two }ears and a half let it no made vet pinner than before that federal in urvtnti.m is no willing thoice of the repiibli cm or an} i art} and then let the word bo spoki'ithat if bv IV-', ail} state in tins union his not it least with good show of com 1 letui" tin establishment of American ii'litstir all Vmcr tho.n.en of tlua iia tioii wlio m wh never party, behove in free eminent first will strain their every nerve gn o the nation a president and a me lh 1 ii pr-its iltstcau v1 prp pirv lulmsila fci in tho i o I t t mill iiiv -tin TIC it VCIP lull 'nit issun to be i i onfi ss 11 of In nit nit ui Jiimt nj; il >vv u J.i f Jns cut nits in o in lu b ng enough, then the movement dies Vn 1 after sign tying, bv such convention and pub'ic confession, entire freedom from churl lies and conventional prejudices, TV hat spec he questions do you propose dealing with" "After a primary declaration of freedom to woislup God according to the dictates of .an enlightened conscience and increasing intelli- gence we will tumour attention to the dan- gers of the centrali7ing menace to free gov em ment in the threatened coali turn of church and state by such measures a-s the proposed bunday rest bill This (jod in the constitution clamor and the secular Sunday" bigotry arc maidly the outgrowth of misdirected feminine emotion and religio is fanaticism The existing wo- man suffragests aro working to have the na- tion gov eriied b} an hierarchy, by religion, and to disfranchise every man, woman or child w hodots not belie, e in the Christian doctrines TO VV AT. HEI> The encroachment of'the Christian party in polities' composed ofJCathohcs and Protest- ants, were never so great as at present There- hold the republican majority in the h what estieme-s it will resort to to prevent the proper apportionment m Ohio Mr McComas s bill would result in tw etity-one republic m gressmen from Ohio being seated and the democrats elected by the-new districts would the contestants The advantage tbe re mb- licans would receive in getting a solid delega- tion from Ohio would more than compensate tor the losses they might experience m other states through the operation of this law The consensus of opinion ammig democrats is that the McComas bill is a measure will. many good points, for everyone, irrespective of mnst admit that the frequent and ir regular apportionments of states is the politi- cal complexion of the legislatures i liange is ob noxious THK 4BLR F. INT This objectionable point in the omos bill is the changing of the power of certifica- tion from the governor to tho regular stite canvassing board It is evident that the tea tnre was, included for tho cspcci .1 bcne'it of the republican party in Ohio preach on the life i id eh i uisiiid ontor mi baft II THE COUFSJi. WAS That Seemed to be the Opinion of Some Alabama Nccrroes. OPFLIK i, Ala February 2 al Never before, in tho history of Opclika has there been as man} negroes upon the streets at one time as w as seen todav Parson T liomas Glenn, colored, tho Baptist minister at this city, died yesterilav, anil for miles around ne groes came from everv direction to attend his funeral There weie at leist sixtv buggies earn lee" ctf THK Cox- STITLTION'S late editor Mr Henrv W ( Dr Talmage Tva-s it Ilia best, m splendid TOICO, and Ins roundid periods mai'. a deep, impression uiion all r. spat Taking f. r lH3 text Isaiah Tin 1 T ike li a gr. it roll, anil write lu it with a mail s pen the preather sanl To Is.iiah with ro 11 li .a habitant of palait- 1 ts Hi I p ime He is to take a i 11 i lir_t write on it with a pen u t an u a m m s pen S i .1 In nine I t in pt n in 1 (W hi boil ltd inaniisir t In .11 u 1} tltst r II IS th. n I m s p ipi r an 1'he [i pen, w hither for good or ev il now to ev erv liter irv i m i everv jmnial st 1 ik Iht. wrue n it vv Ih a in m s IM u THK NFVVS 0-. X KI II I PI VN t itlnii a few vvtik- .n of the st engesli, most V iv id md 111. st br 1 u t if th is. wasiaid low n on th. pillion il, SK in XtlantA, i ev er again lo be resu nt I I M is f ir iv. av aB the time ViehalUiii suit-, up fr >m M.-dittliaiiian sin tlrnvh t' i D i lanelles, -nlmh iigion is unlike 11 vih I vi r for bpiutv There is n. t anv tth rw fs ,ory 011 eirth where C.oJ 1 is ri uu bu' n.ora hko h.avtn In.lii I wp 1 il JusO 1'itiiios t i i 1 n I inira winch John had his a] nilvpt iisim on- slantllioplo hi! NO" li i 1 t> l nu i nt t. ,-reet us, for vuir anriaili u Un nv is ,i. i i cut from an} othcrntv Other p ti s is n proach tin m seem to rplne but tins ritv with its glittering uiiuari ts mil i iinulis sppm3 almost t, step in. tin witir I miiet vou. But mv lanlnii theie tint w.iililhive been ti me an cxhilaratii u vv is smlilenl} stiiiiufMl vMllilho tidings of HIP 1 r I w ilked ah jut as in a driam an 1 I rosolicrt tint, hone I woull for the sake Ins bert iv C.I In us. hul 1 ami for the sake of Ins bereaved profession, and for tlie sake of whal_ he had been to me, and shall contm, lo long as memory lasts I would speak a appreciation of him tho most promising ol Amemans and If am dome of w ordui ing ol nt las- about s an.l il II: of Ihc countl V Jlicn ire now said lus ennnen kpipn mill oils of iipnn OS in tin st the negro questi n has bee ,1110 i wilmis nroblim to fie Amencaii people HIP st lolutioii of llus probl" m m inv jinUineiit, will bt found in Christi in ?mg tho negroes some sections of tho Pountrv if rpp irts an true their r. hgioii Ins d whit OUR! t 1. hive li.t I n 1 v and I ilm bran h N I th n s and li m s< nl Lit i .III i u null f Dead i h in Sanl I ollS. IJI1 S I II ll'ot d to bo said ia'tPthci a great roll, m man s pen A BETEOSPF. HLS father dea.l II. nry f.urtcf-i Jf-arsof a.'t life It would rp'imre a long ior.1 the names of orph i arty rmt growers, who will iiivcstigite cction of Gco.g a.'vilh a view of the fruit inv e-lmg Spec Viuict .f H udely and terrblv interrup 1 fur had IJoart. I ct u-rj 2H lie Si ibath was .ted toila-s at the .ttle rittsbiirn bv a d. liV-ritc ami cold-blotxle 1 murder in aioufchnf ghbf. hood, stvled Ciimt? row Kir ll ipce For some tune bid b jetween two furnace men fclihu Am', rsoii and Dan McMahan T! is i ionnnn the grudge culminated m a quarrel This afternoon while McMahan was passing the honse of Anderson, the latter drew a and nhot McMahan through the heart killing him in stantly Anderson at once brol-e for the woods and, though a hot pursuit w-- once made, has so far eluded the oflicers I iln I ha] UT w! f have r.i the top ,d t ikn am} th. 1 I, ,as. hold he very ofti n giv.s s. n. II it hO'is. 1 )M i PI il 'I I remembers how thitlixow t it i i leaving him to s ipl< it Inn If I h s i and Ins brothers m He O Naiareth an 1 he is m 'V ,i i anil all vomig men m in"