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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. GA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CLXTS. FICE TO FACE. Two Congressmen About to Clinch. A SCENE IN THE HOUSE The Senate Will Jail the Conespondents RETAILED THE NEUS Of the Secret the Federal Capital n is MING-EOS. Match b [Special .Uidsieiiom tin ho'iso this afternoon u iirst-clasA t ght Joe tin i m ot I Imois, uid btth Mihiken of V inn wi-. muowl> averted Cannon did str ke i b.on his hand upon .MilltXtn should f i is a i n i lencc f v r a fight, but Milhken refused to irtopt However refused beoaus C inn bid Ins rt s It t i in this AVIV Mr Millil tii had reported 1 t OOO publ c 1> i i bill for San JL-P C il f -mi lit nil 11. i 3 it speech f i onng tin, b It, C imon i OM, ind oppose il it MI t )N S bTVTFilFM Mi C intii u said then no nc tssitv foi the iituM IK; uid that S'00 000 too much rxijov It ha 1 Batten so that, any pub u b i dm., h H would go through Nearlv me nl t h 11 one he w anted, ind it had gotten to bo i u gul vr log rolling bus ness Indeed, mt. u Hied to gtt liis hand into tlie pot (i [o.k and not one oired how in any othei h uuK t in ji st so he got a, slice Ml MILI IKI-N S ttHI Y Mi MiUiktii lephed in some w hit of a joo i lii n t i it Iu3 experience had taug'it 1m i tl it the mm who made the grcitcst i tit )U 11 fellow's hinds, in the pork pot> u ns ei illv tho one who bad gotten a big shto be oie t GFFW A.NGRY Mr t inn jumped to h s Ret in ingei, h s unis around wildly Ht> rcpe itt 1 "NI ikcu T and added Vml I suppose applj aiso that the fellow ti ts loude t to stop of, is general! j the thief 1 hit's tbout would h-uesaid it, hid not gentleman from Ilhuo s been mv f( chimed in Mr, Immediately Mr Cannon flew into a w ild P issimi Hi row ing his hands around like tic balls of an engine He said he had IK. i u in r sixteen jearc lie h id ntHt r itrif ttd upon in y member's personal 01 jx litital haracter, and this the tiist time i rt mark had evei been made up in htm TOWARD MILl he t ilKed he commenced w liking down t'e a sle toward Mr Milhken Intense t itt uttnt prtnailc 1 Meinlwsrs gatbeied around expe> ting Others who could not got lit n stood up on their toes to look the lie-ids oE those near, and those far off prepaied tjsUnd m chairs As Mr Cannon finishc ii Ins semeiice, he was within arms rtach of Mi MPliken He looked the Maine IIIHU Mrtijihtm the eje Tlie re was iuteiis% silence iifst an instant 1 hen Mr Cannon blurted out Do repeat jour assertion9" t eiUinlj, said Mr Milhkon, who hid not lost (us temper Tint appeared nenous HEER, AND NOW With i quick motion Mr Cannon drew up Ins sletnes His right hand came down hfiulj upon the Mime man s shouldei His left hst was couched, 11 d his fi une was ibak mg ill ov tr w ith anger, w hen he said Let have tlits thiug out right heie and now eir bj hpcer fm running an illicit distiPcrx Wen itor t ohjuitt AI i1 J i Steward requited vhe pirJon on tin g-finmls tl it he wax per- It with consumption, but Mr Ham sun it i rout i v IN Mi Ctiimes expects tot-nil up his bill an hnm'n d dollar public for i ibns Jii t] i, OHM, tomorrow The bill 11 (.trla nlj if ht- is m ii ucogiutu.i t n'om 1 I-t introdiuo I thrco house bilK tutlttj out, for additional lights at Siul 11 i i' u r ilt inii-hnl or ithti tnhu r ha-H H to jttrioi in muU. r tlic t uv i-i the iiann ot persons wlm are nti 11 led T jun r in t mtt d ,r in tin plat juror i aie to or in disdi uu r function in i 111 er tinning of iii to i mtr- ulm ill wilfully a id pi i- 111 vti U 1 tin n i IH i t inj persons who ire t" as jui us uith rcfen i to tlu jfiilnti rti >t MH li or wlio f-Jj-ill rti-ili Mith with inttut Uf t r i ifnan i uor-> to in on aus jiiinon-' 1 1 i i line of not in nc thin t-1 inv> or luipri-foiiinent not more m nth'- or butli s as fuither sn entire morn- hour was consumed in the discussion of the bill for the compulsory attendance of before s tors ami recei vers of land oihces but no lotion w as taken The house into committee on the whole, and proceeded to the consideration of public ilihng billb Vfter considerable Air Cannoji offered a substitute foi the bill, ing the scle have alst> sat shed its of their abilitj to easilj raiic 'he guaranteed bj Chi capo M together we are very much gratihed it the slioii made The government w not asked for anything, and there was no sug- gestion thatit shouldaoaiiymore tliangne its ii une to the fair winch it should do, as it is an iiiternatjoital exposition Tht Chicago delegation when the question of the fair until iiaadisciiABed said the go> ernment might do as it thought S roper, but M anted it understood that Chicago oes not ask for a postponement, as the Imilri- can all be ejected in time foi the exhibi- tion m lb-92 PKl.MDK'VT'S PKIZES LKHT AT LAST Tlirown on a Crime Coinmitted Years Ago. A DEATHBED CONFESSION Aoiulnatioiis for Postmasters Conflruiation by the Senate. AV Alarch president to- da> nominated to be postmasters "V Park Vgntw CharlesP McCabe, Lcesburg K Robinson, Ocala Miss M Tmdall, Okolom It Dewej, master at Ota1 Fla The senate has confirmed the nomination of J H collector of custums at St Marks, Horace Taylor, of Wisconsin, commissioner of railroads, supervisor of temiiH, m F Bow diatnct of Georgia C Weeks, Talla- hassee Fla William Worth Logan, "Wood- stock, a Ingram Fletcher, Orlando, Fla senate coiinrmed a tew nominations Wtei going session todaj Tlie Ohio Bedistrlctlnff Bill. COLUMBUS, Ohio, MarehG senate this en Ing passed the house bill redistneting the state for congressional purposes, and it is now a law No amendments to the original bill introduced, were made AH democrats sup- porte.d the measnce. The Cold-Blooded Assassination of Dr DECOYED TO HIS DEATH A D} ing Murderer Makes a Clean Bieast of His Crime NOKHISTOWN Pn March twenty- four jeara the siinounding the issas si nation of Dr Joseph of Mirion, bau at last been soU cd The munh i one of the most noted1 of Us by reason of the sonsatiouul features surrounding it The A eil has at last been lifted bv the death confession of John Henderson, who died 111 that place Tuesday emng, w itluu a short staitre of tJie srene of the rragedv, On February Dr Levenug, whohad been making a professional call, was m the att of putting awaj his team foi the night and hilo eonnng out of the stable, tho icpcrt of a gmi fla.s heard brliind a stone will within n foet of the door in whith the doctor stood The doctoi s tesideiiee w as elo'.e to Hender- son s store Tbo unusual report of a gun within a jard of the dwelling aroused tho f am Jh, and tbe lifeless bod vasfoand a few minutes after tbe shooting Tho alarm md excitement drew a larjre tliat eiemnff and every householder loiued in scouring the neigiiborliood for the assassin, Hendei-son assisting his neighbois HF IN OH-rUlNO V Rl W An inquest nashoul, anduftci a investigation nothing could be found for the suspicion of any one The extilement occa- sioned by the shooting was slow to die out I tadmg inclnrlmg Hendor-on issued 1 i irj ular nfftrmg 000 rev aril foi th6 ippit hensiou of the nuirtlerei With tho I ipse of tune the murder sank from public tifttnrion, but gossip recounted manv inteiesting inei- doiits m the relationship winch had existed between Homkisoii and Ixsvering Hendei son propnetor of i Milage store and was of good repute When tlie uar broke out Pi Levering was drafted md Henderson went to the army as his substitute 'V.mnng other con- siderations for this sei ice the doctoi w as to have ch ugo of Henderson's business and hit family It was said at the time that derRoii ime jealons of tho doctor's atten- tion to his family, but he aflerw ird showed no of such feelings Henderson resumed his b ifaiiicss and five ussnbsequentlj illness ooinpclkd him to retue He to Phi la delphi t but ictuined to his formei home, anil at once bet imo i leuhzig; of Marion 1HF Mt KDKRFP S (dNFKSSION Fearing that this ilhuss wis to bo his lost he c tiled in Ins family to bin bedside Tuesday aftci noon awl confessed to killing DJ Leicr- ing in cold He disenbed the tiagedy minutely, and also confessed to sending Dr on a decoy call previous to the shoot- ing Henderson expired a little before mid mgjit He c no reason for bis bloody deed, and the confession has caused as much of ex eitement as did the crime itself THfrY DO ISOT BELIgVR IT PHTI v, March nai ties heie, v, ho read tbe story of Henderson s con fession, diseiedit it IT'S A CLObKO BOABO NOW. The Co lite Make a liald Lpon tlie "Oper Board of "N i- w March Captain Mt J augli tin f the Old Slip police station, ac hour jesterdaj morn and direct) v under full glare of an electric bioke a safe open with a ten pound sledge hammer and secured '-4 woith of diamonds, ring's, watches and chain-- Tlie jewelry in cases was not dis- tmbtd The police authorities of both Kansas Cities wore at once notified of the That Inless He Mcidifles His Policy He H ST PBTRBHBURO, March (t czar has received threatening letter from a woman who signs herself "Tichebukova Thewnter sajs that unless he modifies his reactionary policy he will meet the fate of Peter III Paul I and II A copy, of the letter was sent to each of the ministers at tbe same time The police are extra watchful, and are conducting an aetive search for the persons suspected of beiug implicated in the sending ol the letter_________________ They Fought, Anyhow CINard William Day, one of the Smith faction, re- ceived a dangerous wound m the leg. The presence of the guards and the falling scow prevented further damage______ The Review. XFW March had o.uite boom, with no little excitement It is true the advance was only eight to nine points for this crop, but this, in MOW of the previous high figures, is something notable The bulls had everything m their laver- pool. better report from Manchester, small stocks in American markets AH these set the bears climbing There was no aenous set- the and the beat figures wore paid in the last nve minutes. The next crop attracted tnone attenfaon Some increase in Bombay movement did not the beats- TttE CABS Bailroad on Persons KUled. ppFAirfj, N Y March C So 12 on he Lake Shore from the west, due in Juffalo at 9 10 a m and running very fast to make up lost time, brake in two near Ham- at about 8.50 o'clock Tlie front tart of the train, consisting of an online, euder, smoker and day ccaches w as quickly biought to a stand-still The rear half, com- posed of five heavy Pullmans, came on tlie n grade and crashed into tlie second day coach The Pullman being the ifted the daj coacli aito tiie air aiM they now le one on top of the other, and both ha% mg telescoped tho fiiat day Both tho day coaches and the pull man weie ill of passengers and' the loss of life and limb s probablj liiafli Ten are reported ulled outright A wrecking train with a relief partj of surgeons soon left for the scene 'f rite Tlie railroad authorities and employes re- used any information whatever to tbe press An Associated Press reporter went on the as surgeon's ass-stant >o leportera ere allowed to go, if known to be such tbe train dispatcher s office is that ffie south track was clear at 12 10 n> so that trains couM pass Four persons HAMBIRG, Is Y, Mar-h fi A.S near aa can be asceita.iied, ten were killed ind twenty injured at the wreck near BajMew Tram 12 bad three baggage ind 'oui day coat lies anil four The ;rain parked some miles west of Ha nburg, at lie coupling hetw ecu the cratti and ,he fii-st The fiist sene-half hours hefoic tbe cians airive I A wrecking tram preceded the relief ti am and work was begun extricating tbe imprisoned sufferers Tbe bodies already taken out stretchad in the baggage cat J col- ored porter, is amojiy the number The mjiii-cd as near as tan be asceila.ned are H T Flexor Ro F 11 oinbs boad ami clan cut ami both legs sprained Julia Utah Boston, ent in breast left and heul George E Allen, Buffalo ankle sprained Joseph D Barnes and wife, Boston, tiie man not much tbe woman fatally A gieat bonnre on the side of the track throws a lurid light on. the scene, A passe 11- ;r the coupling fl defective It broke stlv ni the same place as the train was leaving eland At 12 >0 o clock a relief tram was made up and (en of tho most seriously injured were brought to Fitch hospital A TEI I-GRAPH. A BUI Introduced to Kstablish dovemment Lines. W TON Man U fi lor of Illinois totlav introduced in the a bill to proMde for the establishment of a of for the use of the and the people and to be operated as a part of the postal svstem It provides that a hoard, consisting of the sccre tary of state, secretary of war, and postmastei general, nhall cause to built or shall buy lines of telegraph, wherein it is the opinion such are needful to the pm poses of the ernmerit Tho bill pro- ides that these government tclegrtphs shall yield no earnings beyond the cost of operating the same, and at all times to keen tbe outgo and income as nearlj equal as may be To this end, as soon as may be the post- master general shall name rates at which messages may be sent as si all keep tbe total eauiJiigs ami eTpeiiM sas nearlj i qiinJ as mav be, 01 an shall make tbe linos self-sustaining, md the postma-stei general shall from time to time so change the rates that thoj shall con- form to tins requirement Ponding the ar quiKMueiit of sufficient information irry out tbe last desr-nbed proMsion of the Jaw the rate of one cent a word for distances nn der units is prowded THI SOCU-T1 Captain UuKl. Gordon, nf South Carolina Elected rresident N i- w March he York Southern sooetv tonight held its annual cle W Max well and T W Roby.of.Iatk sounOe, and John A Henderson, of TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. isond offenngs yesterdaj aggregated all accepted. Debate on the report of tbe Faroe! I was conti noed in tbe house of commons yesterday A bill was reported from tbe committee OB agri culture yesterday to transfer tbe weather bureaa to tbe agricultural department An avalanche descended on two trains at Wall Cut, on tbe South Park, ol railroad, and several raflroad emploj es had a narrow escape from death The Illinois democratic central committee decided to call a etate convention, to meet at Springfield on Jane 4th A number of prominent colored men of IxmlB- iaiw mot at New Orleans wi oreaniaed a central auociatton for tbe state nnder febeom- stitution of Eqaal Mwoeto- n aMMtiof; oiled by Plnctback, who will can Bimiiar convemfam IB each of atmthevfa WATER AND SEWERS Is What the People Will Vote On Tomorrow. WATER BONDS SURE TO WIX, But the Sewer Bond hot So Cheeiful. SOME KXIFIXC MAY BE DONE Unless the Wateiworks Advocates Work foi Scwcis The fate of the new waterworks and the trunk sewer extensions will be determined to- morrow The election will hkelj be quite interesting A bad feeling appears to have sprung up be- tween the ocates of the waterworks bonds and tl e of the se.ver bonds, and there is a strong probability that some Umfhig will be done 1 he friends of the waterworks bonds concluded that the people are against the senci bonds, and to work for the sewers fearing that the> ma> mjHrc their own plan This condition of affairs h is bnen ved bj the fnemls of the sew er bonds, and j ostti thrtats were heard Irom the sewer men to carrj tlie n atei bonds dow 11 with them Both factious held at tho eity hall Tlie Waterworks Itonda The fr.ends of the waterworks met m the m ijor's othce, aittl (rlejni presided The members of tbe water boaid, the num- bers of the waterworks committee of the gen- enl council, arid the inembei-s of the citizens' committee composed the meeting Mr of the watei bo nd ouened the woik, "I think tliat tne major ha I bettci (1 this off and put tho gpntleuicn to work in the wards If we don't we won t gef out enough people to cany this ele answered the "I said Judge Hilljer, 'that the mayor publish a cai din THE CONSTITUTION m tho morning telling the people what they can do The suggestion w as adopted Mr Smith, of the water board, suggested that the meeting indorse the sewer bonds, but tho proposition was met with a laugh Hero is Mayor Glenn's address to the people An March fi 18PO fothe C itixene Atlama requested to state plamlv the requirements of the law at tlie election to held on Saturday on tne issue of waterworks and swwer bonds Only those wlio were registered for Die tjiv election held in December, can vote A voter may v >te >ou Ijonti-? or AT water bomls and i OK or 1 lie rriui FOE water or rou Jumds anil Hater bomls, lie mav ton Hater lnmtls and i OK or lie may vote VINST both Tickets will provided ttj the citj the rot ing placet) It fa scarcely csttarv to call vow attention to the importjujce of tbtseLection rpfpectfuMv, T The Sewer Bond Iti the board of health office directly over the major's oftitf tlie board of health w35 in session formulating a paper atuig the aewer bonds Both meetings were in progress at the same time Or Baird, secretary to the board read a let- ter from Hon Jacob Haas In that letter Mr Haas asked tiie board to in foi m tbe oters of the existing necessity for the newer mento contemplated with the new bonda IJaird then read a paper which he had prp- pared, ami tlie board indorsed the aud here it is Card The paper of the of bealtb ad dressed to Hon Jacob Haas, aitd ATI March Hon Jacoh Haas Sir In answer to the of the committee on aawers anil rtrains of era! council, tbe boat d of beattfi has the honor to submit tins special report Pint What ftewera, in tbe opinion of the board, are in mont urgent of construetj-m Mter tboroaxh ana a caceftJ companaoa of tbe fans m tlie ft each of the several trunk, sewers of tbe we confidently offer tbe following list in to yotir innnlry 1 (a) The Loyrf rtreet tKwer from tbe corner af Peaebtree and V all itreets to l-atr street (0) Tbe Botler street sewer from beat to street (r> The BrotaerUm fctreet aewer ftnm Thompson alone Jones street, to Pryor street, 2 Tne jafl newer to Georgia avenue Tlie Batler ittreet sewer from Hams street to Ponce meaius -a t'le course of t uuit question d> be Shall tae most urgent part of this Tbctnutk ire aU-nuitfH Thei ].j.i-t 1-e eiriit-r in "tin. fiunt ami niui-t panl for tbe neoule I- ii i i itetter, then fore, to ijke i t m uf situation to H( _mre atul IHC iiH'Ut of tbe ID mini j y with the umn t! t i tt HI In A lew of fj I know A, ilies living almost at the mouth of one if tnw big newer, and nobmlv in tho woml bette( health than they tlo 1 h' re in Mr M giow th and hca'th sewers One epidcmu of typhoid fevei xtu I'd cost us probably milbnii" idof i u ttn 'i sands, in addition to lues it i rost til menus we should nine these bonrf1- of Sontrs and w r- works are HIM partb e and nnlesM we keep with tlip r-i, lam fur doing witn There is no getting arouml il if 3011 >ou miiBt have the other MK E C Am I in favor of issn, ing bonds to build oewen M them, and under tbe PiicumHtant ei bondtf AiiBwen the well COLONEL P L fnyein u r am strtmgly opposed to fi rther out L, ty with debt or taxation But, as I ftaid uf bonds for the watemork1- I Lav e the officials whose duty it IK lo mvFAL of sewer and tiard of the liti i htthx tli i d a.s to uirtlci< HUM It t to the totlie iss thai Ji, ]iit- am. in ot it'stung the J H PoKiva I jtii OPIKS. i t, tba of the Hewer bonds f think we i along for the present in th- i I improved scjreri