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in S.A. & t v pj i S asOE a s ffcT THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION VOL. XXYIL ATLANTA GA. SAT EDAT MORNING JANUARY 5 1895. PRICE FIVE CENTS INSIDE SECRETS. Mr. Clenlud Would Hot Think of Cursing Pierpont organ. GROVER WAS ONCE HIS LTER Eastern Bankers Dictate the President's Financial Views and Polic j. HE TELLS CARLISLE WHAT TO DO This Rtported upture la a P rt of a Scheme 13 Help th Secretary on to the Presidentia1 Nomination. New York January & ibpecUL Men wno arc do eh' In touch with the financial man. ipulatlons wrmh art. constantly going on in. and in Vashington ink u them- tUe at th way tin. country at large U being fooled Krom one of these well postod men. The ousiitution i corropvnUent today learned Inor. In halt in hour about the inside than thv a\ raae man la likely to pi k up In a J ar V ell posted u to Jyt- all street llnatteler whv has i l nje In r tl\ much enrjt1 us bi that Is solnj xpla i 1 W me t lay mj h t1 it here o' r has i U reti pe t H tie n ventl i ai wl o fr The Const tunon a u le pin 1 it th Hi about the la t issue or b nds befoit lr & le 1 t i U had be n li rmt. 1 tutu uhl e nk o th mimu rb were lei log the fa t k In KVIOT t to an Inquiry ab Jt th rt ported rupture between Pr s J nt Cle\eland and a eou le of New Yurk bank rs the gentleman aid 1 can tthd no ld' nce of tie fact h re j no one bel eves It Mr Ii n rt Moi n denies that hi bad ai lntrr\ e th Cle\ eland ij sas further that e has had no talk with the pre Ident on ny subject in two ar I am art. he nab not had ai y recently. and I ant more certain that Mr. Cleveland would nut jtliink of tusbing at h m if he d 1 have oni Irtsldent Cl veland was a m mber of the law firm that were attorneys for the llrnt or Drexel. Morgan o prior t Jhis last eleetlon Ca president and the Utt r Is well ware Qt the fact that Mr. Morgan's financial opinion Is not to be cu- e 1 at. No One here d res to do il and I know Mr. Cleveland would not if he wanted to. Neither is there the widespread dlbsatis faction here toards Mr. Carlisle that has been given such prominence in th papers Mr Carlisle has no opinion on finance that Mr. Cleveland does not dictate to I him and President Cleveland has no tinan- cial views that are not dictated to him by eastern bankers These two facts you may rely on absolutely They are as true as the gospel. whatever you may see or h ar to tu contrary T can give you tbc anlmu for the publication of these- reports. Two objects are behind Jt CongrenB Will Do Nothina. L This congress will do nothing at all on the financial question The eastern bankers have settled on this In To make th s pus- iible and to let members of c ntrc i d vn easy some excuse Is to be given for th s great wrong. To wrangle among themjelve-i would be no excuse. To ha\ e a w wrangle bi tween the president and his ch ef of the treasury would to some extent be an f\ tu e So this phase Is given for that pur. pose and that alone. No one knj s better than the speaker of the h us that the e be no financial legislation und he mows that all at will be possible will be Joe appointment of a commission to submit 0 the not congress a plan of relit f Thu0 las been agreed upon here as the onl hlng that this congress will be permitted 0 do. and If the speaker has not been onsulteol they have left him out In the cold while the plan was being formulated. This lit another tact you can rely on absolutely. I There Is a scheme on foot to run Mr. Carlisle In Kentucky for governor as a stepping stone to the nomination of Carlisle as the democratic candidate for president In M93. Whether the bee Is in his bonnet or not the Kentucky Idea is to put it there. I know this to beJ iact His friends l row very Well tbafiSglFun tn for governor of KentScky handicapped with the present administration s record wpuld be gataL Hence the motive to trynd show a gpm between Mr Cleveland's s bVckeis and Mr. Carlisle No one believes here that thers Is any crsaaizedLeftart to force him out of the caki SWhat has Mr Carlisle evet done thiir d not want done He swallowed ills whotiver record at their bidding. He was the readiest man in Washington to find an excuse to Issue bonds and is now ready to do the same thing again. Fooling the People. Mr. Ma toot in earnest about any financial plai 3o relieve the country. if he was he wiuld not let Bill Springer warp it around tMnlt his varied fancies. CtrlIslt may be willing to drop the whole thing and be governor of Kentucky but be has too much sense to even think this Is possible if he remains the mouthpiece of President Cleveland s financial vagaries. These are the views I know to be true. Now a to what the inside thinks here about the probable Issue of another se ries of bonds The president Is ver ienzl- live about this bond Issue. He realizee the fact that his friends here are pulling the country's s leg every time It is done. But how IS lie to help himself The blackmailer get him Irf a corner and he has to respon& or they SOY they will ruin him. Just how I am unable to say He always responds to their demands. Hire lately they have made up their minds to have a much larger series the next Issue. They realize the fact that they will have but oiie snore opportunity So as soon as the present congress adjourns iou may look for tile largest issue ever mane by Cleveland probably 1300000000 exactly how much has not been fixed yet. It may be more than the amount named or it may b less but you will find I am not tar frcm the amount and am under Instead of ovtr jt It Is amusing' to- the posted man he on the street to see how the public Is bai toggled on the status of the financial ques lion. before congress. The managers t Washington of congress. and the adunhi- tratlon are more subservient to the wtsh of the moneyed men here than any congre I ever knew or any administration sinq the war. Mo t Corrupt Conjfe 1 Yesw 411 that was Ter charged aga Grant and black Friday can be said of the present administration. except rue num bar now engaged In manipulating congress is much greater and more e But what they lack In one line they make up In another. They last much longer and are more persistent and more widespread in their disaster. Large sums of money. and Influence of various kinds are used to accomplish their ends and the amount of rottenness and corruption In high places in A\ ashlngton was never greater than it is today. It Is a sad fact. but one well known here to the people who have an opportunity to keep posted. Of course it Is damaging to the democratic par j e here but the purl ought not to b held responsible for the corruption of its leaders. It Is true th people have ma le a sa J mistake in many Instances but these men have had to repudiate every principle of the party to carry out the crimes they have accomplish ed and ar pr paring to on pi h Mark n pi--ii ii n The tlfo third con- gress 11 go lo MI in history as the most vrrup icigre" ever assembled in. 'Washington h le th untr H In the greatest distress or n onc\ c ngre s has 8 ood qui tl ii 1 witnessed an illegal lseue of 5H 000 in lon Is and will leave the gap oi tn for un adinlonal l sue and not one wurd of i r test has been raised against It Th majority of the billion dollar congress r a B 1 o compared to the pre en ma- jur t lIlITl\i. lilt I ncon X I in ournticmrnt en Opponent of the Mea ur 1 the VdmlnUlrntlon and January The formidable H n to the n ome tax whl h has 1 l itd. n congress It is unArstiWd rinds I n al ei ua ti-mciu and support to ad- II i trat on circle The tight as already lat i ei tei aro md the paragraph in U i urgent lehclen bill making an op. I rupnathn to carry the law into effect If th i ropoMtion can be defeated this will of our kill the in ome tax b the congres- s n\l meta d Known as starving It to , ath That the total revenue of govern- mint may i ot 1 e reduced from Secretary Carlisle tst mate f treasury needs it is pr i d to iai e revenue in lieu of Income tux fr m t 3 M U f namely To Increase the tax n be r ml to rev he the tax of ft on eft h bn K check presented for paynlt From these two sources. it is sa J more i seooe than is e' from the in ome tea can be derived and with tar less trie ion It is acknowledged that the it el tax n beer an be collected u to ti cost Is the present lord of. in terna r i le orh rs The hank cheek tax ra t alh cnlle it rU V\hen the new tariff 11 a b ng prepared the qu stion or in rei-ni. t e hr tax was discussed Iv dfrio lati rr nb rs or tie ways an inea is otlilnittee of the hcu o but dropped be aur it i n i lered tad politics" at that time to in rea e that tax. The same rea- us it ha- 1 lo not n ob ain NO EW WARSHIPS. Large pproiirlatlon to De Incorporate in the 11111. A\ a tunfeton January 4 So tar as can b learned n members of the house committee on ruual affairs art disposed tc- incorporate an appror lation for two. possibly three. ue battl ships and twelve torpedo boats in the naval appropriation bill which will b reported to the house within L few days. The belief is that treasuiry receipts will be considerably Ito excess or expendl tuus before the dose of the fiscal year. I It Is u tertalnu that not more than ID per cent of th- amount appropriated will I b needed for fifteen months from the pre cot time and the necessity for continuing the work of creating a more powerful navy. are considerations which lead the members I to think that the country will e the appropriation of K 000 OuO or thereabouts I at this session fir new ships. Such the members of the committee as were spoken with. regarding the matter today expressed the belief that economists' of the house would fiercely antagonize the appropriation. I to" expectation is that It will be permitted to remain In the bill. ms\ AT U IOM Hoists importers of Woolen tlood Take Out l UOO lacIages in One Da New York January 4 Importers or woolen ooJs and thf r agents have filled the custom house during the past few days on ace unt of the reduced tariff on wool- ens. The re lucod wool schedule of the Wilson tariff law went Into effect January lot although no t of the measure went Into iffe t i the lane- part of August. 1591. Keceirts on Wednesday wet the largest in the history of the custom house. toe total dut es collected being 1 b2 4ju i. of which about Jlt 965 was for woolens. The number of packages of woolens taken out of bond yesterday wait about 12000 On December 1 1894 there was in local bonded warehouses in woolens 1333618 worth of cloth. SI W 497 worth or dress goods 33353 worth of clothing. 3h ft In knit good and J1S 000 in miseeiianeois is woolen fabrics. The unloading of this vast quantity of Imported woolens on the home market Jias been looked forward to with much anxiety b American manufacturers It is pretty generally believed however that the general effects will not be known for two or three weeks when the goods from abroad reach the hands of. retailers WORKING GJ WOLCODt. Influence Bring Drought to Beer Kalmt His He-Election. Denver Col. January 4 Although it Is generally believed that Senator YSolcou will be re-elected there is a powerful Infln core at work against him. It is said that rjom Bowen has rot given up hcpes of tak. bog Wolcotts " place and he and Colonel Stratton of Cripple Creek are working together. U Wcleott is elected according to the statement of a Denver roan who has ji st returned from the east It will hr part of a. plan to send four senators from as many states who will be favorable to the stockholders of the Lniooi Pacific railroad ore each from Kansas. Nebraska. WyVimng and Colorado. TRYIM. TO KEEP IT DOWN. Sensations Expected If There Ii an la- TOtlitatiou of the School Board. Indianapolis md. January 4 It developed here today that a powerful lobby has been organized to head off the attempt to bring CbOilt a legislative investigation of the school board. All sorts of charges are blng made and those who have been ac- cured of suspicious dealings in that depart- ment of the city government are raising heaven and earth to prevent a possible ex- p sure of the alleged r ok' dnoss A prom. theta banker today promised to go on the stand. In case lbs Investigation was ordered by the legislature. and spring a sensation that will surprise the people and drag down several persons of prominence How Pn r Can Be lied. Albany. N. T. January Judge Parke-j has decided- that railroad commissioners can use railroad passes Issued by the secretary of state lie holds that the new con- stitutlon sloes not prohibit the legislature from providing that passes may be Issued to st4teOIi1CiI3 when traveling Qa official HE HAS COOLED OFF. Mr. Clenland Tears Up That Message Which He Was Writing. CARLISLE LEFT IN CHARGE AGAIN The Presidents Virtuous Indigna- tion Subsides During a Night FEARED HE COULD NOT PASS A BILL Holmao lasuesa Cell tor a Canons to B Held on Monday Criip the Frist Ban to Sign. Washington January 4. Special The president has decided not to std his proposed financial message to congress. Although ho has written much of It he has destroyed the sheets and consigned them to the waste basket. Cleveland has a lung head sometime He was in a rage at Plerpont Morgan's attack upon Carlisle and while his bristles were up decided to rite the message and send it to congress. l ut sii ce then he has learned that message or no message there U no chance of a currency bill going through congress and he don't want to put himself in the attitude of making a fruitless attempt to drive congress to action Rather titan do this he destroyed the sheets of his message and again turns the entire matter over to Carlisle to l an Carlisle is doing the best he can. Pierpont Morgan now comes out and denies that he got huffy and made a demand upon Mr Cleveland to remove Carlisle for acting in bad faith with his bond syndicate but ior gan a denial is Itself denied by Mr. Carlisle s friends hue. Morgan seems to have put his foot in it but then he will perhaps be able to soft soap the administration and soon get back Into its good graces. tall fur a 1 aucui. The democrats of the house will hold their caucus at ii o lo k on Monday afternoon Lext. The call was writttn today by Mr. Springer of lllii o s who has the Carlisle bill in charge. and it s ales that the caucus is called for the Purpose of considering the pend ng currency bill At 4 o clock aft r the call for the caucus had Ken Ire ilated an hour lift five representatives had signed it The first gentleman to attach his autograph was Speak. e Cn i following his name were tho e of other democratic members of the committee on rules and the members of the banking and currency committee from which it was reported. Mr. Uolman tonight Issued the formal no tice of the caucus. Mr. Springer stated this afternoon that general debate on the bank. IMS bill will continue until the hour of hold. log the caucus Monday. On Tuesday the committee on nile will bring In an order fixing debate under the five minute rule for the thi ee dav s follow mg It is not probable however. that a vote on the bill will be tab- en before 1 Friday next lirorsla Personals. The president made two new Georgia postmasters todav Mvlan L Stanley at Dublin and Charles T. Dusenbury at Eatontin Judge and Sirs Lawson and Colonel Carter Tate came this morning. The Georgia granite and marble corn- panics have reprt ntatns here endeavor- Ing to have Georgia tones used In several public build ng" fir hkh contracts are soon to b awarded Senators Gordon and Walsh introduced them to t ie treasury people today. The speaker and Mrs. Crisp were guests of honor at the state dinner at the white house last night. CORRECT THE ERROGS. Some That re Important In the Tariff Hill Need Remedying. Washington January The recent action of some of the democratic managers In the senate leads to the conclusion that an effort may Le made to patch up a truce of some ort that will permit through the medium of the urgency deficiency bill a correction of various errors now in the tariff law. and which would have been corrected had the conferees finished their labors on the bill before it was accepted by the house as It left the senate. To devise some means to accomplish this result was the object of the conference held yesterday In tile room of the committee on approprla tions and immediately after it was over one of the senators who alter led that conference was seen Jo consultation with one or two republicans. The object of this talk was to ascertain if the republicans were still determined that nothing should be done. But little encouragement was received by this democrat- ic senator. and matters will now be held In abeyance until the meeting of the finance committee next Friday. Meanwhile Mr. Cocked will probably restrain from re porting the urgency deficiency bill in the Stops that seine good may come from a discussion of the situation at this meeting where leaders on both sides are so largely represented. The republicans are determined to make a vigorous opposition to any change In the text of the present Ian save under conditions that the democrats cannot afford to accept. If the democrats will agree that certain increases. shall be made In tariff rates in schedules that were. as the republicans assert unduly reduced then the republicans will permit a correction of evils of which complaint Is made and a remedy for which the treasury department In slats shall be provided. Atg these is the free alcohol clause whisfl has practically been abrogated by failure to provide for treasury regulations for Its enforcement and by the failure of the appropriation to carry such regulations Into effect. Other errors that becloud the meaning of the law all need attention but above all there Is an earnest appeal to congress to find some way to remove the dlscriminat- log duty levied against refined sugar exported to this country from those countries that pa export bounty In this case the only country S hit is Germany anti the law has got the United States In a diplomatic tangle with that country Item which the secretary of state appears to see no way out save by a repeal of the obnoxious provisions. This one Item more than all others combined. Is causing the administration trouble and the pressure that has been brought to bear upon the state de partnient has been in a measure at least. transferred to the senate. and It is said by- no less person than the German ambassador himself. Baron von Caoma Jeltsch. The conferences the representative of the the German government has had with the secretary of state would appear. to have impressed-him with the inability of. that official to provide the relief for which the government asked. In view of what the ambassador Is known to nave told some senators. it would seem to be altogether clear that a campaign against American meat products Inaugurated by that government has grown out of a spirit of retaliation and the sole end In view of forcing this government to retrace Its steps in the matter of this discrimination against the German sugar product. INDICTMENTS AGAINST DEBS. The Motion to Quash Them Comes tp Before Judge Grosscnp Chicago January 4 The motion to quash the Indictment for conspiracy against IM gene V Debs and other directors of the American Railway Union besides sixty others who are accused of stopping the malls and interfering with Interstate corn. mrece came up before Judge Grosscup In the United States court yesterday. There are twenty indictments In all. Judge Grosscup told the lawyers they could have but one day for argument of the legal points In volved and that they must therefore mate an election of what Indictments to argue the case on. The omnibus indictment w Weh Includes all the defendants and which is for Interfering with the malls and mtcr state commerce. was cho en On motion of. Special Counsel Mllchrist the Indictments against the follow Ing were nol pressed Pat H. Sorace H Hart. M E. McGlenn W. J tcDade Arthur Moore Edward O Nelll 10. J Holllhan WIlliam Kay and F E. Stile Attorney T. E. Hayer in opening for the defendants claimed 1 that all the Indictments should be quashed because the word feloniously did not appear in them be. cau e It had been hell by Justice Harlan and others that men had a r ght to combine or conspire to strike. He also thought the indictments not specific enough. Mr. Milchrlst spoke for the government. The only defendant present was Director tt William Burns. Debs is out on a lecture tour. The defense conclude j its argument in the afternoon. Judge Gro tup reserved Is decision until next Tuesday. when the casts are set for trial. BIR ED. U the Patients Safely Removed n Attendant Missing Anna. 111 January 4 The enter section and south wing of the Illinois Southern hospital for the insane comprising over half of the entire building. was destroyed by lire at an early hour this morning. The north wing machinery laundry and kitchen departments were savMJ The south wing contained the quarters of the female patients th male patients being quartered in the north wing. All the patients to the number of 500 were it is thought safely removed to other. buildings. some difficulty was experienced in mak ng the transfer but there was no great panic. It is reported that t. female attendant named Ida Anderson had been burned as no trace of her can be found. Ihe lo t will amount to 3 0000 Physicians officers and employes In the burned building lose nearly all their personal effects. Fire was dlscov ered at 11 40 o o'clock p. on. on the root of the center section of the main hospital building and the danger bell rang to alarm the guards and aroused th Inmates. The fire spread so rapidly that the hospital employes Instantly realized that it could not be controlled by th meagenre apparatus with which the in. stitutlon is supplied and while sonic of the guards rushed through the halls and corridors unlocking the doors and opening the windows others ran to the village and summoned the local fire department. The hospital contained nearly 1 OuO Inmates and the section which was destroyed was oc cupied b over 00 women. Screams of the Insane. In the south wing of th building were located about 300 women and children and the north wing of toe building was set apart for men and at no time was his section in danger. As soon as the guards gave the alarm the Insane women began screaming and rushing to the farther corners ot their tells threw themselves In a neap on the floor or cots and In many cases s It required the united efforts of several employes to convey them to places of safety. They were gotten out safely however. and wore grouped on the soflvy covered ground. where for a few minutes. they shivered in bitter co d air until they could be marched or led to other buildings Villagers rushed to the assistance of the asylum people and rendered valuable aid in rescuing the sick and refractory In. mates. Several times some of the patients broke away from their guards and at. tempted to ru h bock into the burning building. They were quickly caught how. ever and In cases where they were violent they were bound to other patients by straps and ropes. A gentleman was sent to Cairo 111 ask- log for the help of the fire department of that place. A spec al train was quickly made up and the department reached here at 3. o o'clock this me ralng Lines of pose were soon laid and four big streams of water poured on the burning building. The flames were quickly gotten under control and the fire confined to the center section of the south wing of the building. In this department were located the quarters 01 the. physicians and other employee. In many cases the Officials lost all their In. strutnents and personal effects. Louse. and Insurance. A close estimate- of the damage to the building places the loss at 827500. and It is believed this is fully covered by In- surancei One female attendant Miss Ida Anderson Is reported missing and It is feared she perished In the upper dormitory. It U possible however. that she- may be located at one or the houses of the village where many of the attendants were carried on account of being injured by burning doth- log or suffering from exposure on account of the frightfully cold wather. ANOTHER. ASYLUM DAMAGED. Fire Destroys the South Wins of Ohio. Asylum for Imbeciles. Columbus O January 4 About 5 o'clock this' evening fire was discovered in the at. tic of the south wing of the state Imbecile asylum. This wing Is known as the boys' dormitory and accommodate over two hundred boys. and It is the only part of the old building which was not destroyed by fire November 18 1882. The nre was in Its Incipiency when' discovered. but It spread rapidly and before the fire department ar rived it was under good headway and the entire Institution. which was a magnificent structure was threatened. The- boys were at supper at the time. with the exception of a few who were sick and nobody was in jured. This wing was a story structure and was separated from the main building by a foot passageway. the firemen stationed themselves in this pas sageway and thus prevented the flames frown communicating to the main building. The dormitory was completely gutted and the loss is J30000 with no Insurance. As the institution was already crowded U will be necessary to rebuild at once. The' origin of the fire is in doubt. It was thought that some of the children might hare been playing with matches in the attic but u the- Place was being fumigated U seem likely that' the children had. nothing to do with It. TO RETAIN TURNEY. Democratic ExectYe Committee Decides to Go Behind the Returns. EPOBLICAHSCHAESEDTOFBAODS Evans Owes His Election to Thou- sands of Illegal Votes. AN INVESTIGATION CALLED FOR Tbii Move Makes the Republicans the Conte t nti Democratic Members j Arriving-A A Caucus Today. NashvIlle Tern. January 4 Special The democratic state executive committee met here today and held two sessions. At B o o'clock tonight they gave out a lengthy address to the people of Tennessee con- corning the gubernatorial contest which La in its nature a Justification of the pto- posed action in going behind the returns and retaining Governor Turney in office. The address is signed by all the members pf the committee. The address begins with the statement that It is claimed that Evans w elected governor but the committee receiving in formation of gross frauds deemed careful investigation an imperative duty and found Widespread and fraudulent violations of the Jaw by republicans. They de n It their further duty to urge an Investigation fnd to acquaint the people with the reasons for the position taken. The committee then Comments on the clandestine encouragement given republicans by people hereto- iore acting with the democrats and dis- cusses the need of parties. The-only republican ever elected governor of Tennes tee was elected through democratic Jls senslons Frauds in elections made the elec- tlon laws necessary and these If observed. would secure honest elections but the re publicans In east Tennessee denounced the. Jaws as democratic tricks and openly die- regarded them. Rank. Frauds in Many Counties. The position maintained by Mr. McCall in Threshers contest against Enloe then cited to sustain the position taken. It Is then charged that there were flagrant frauds committed in Anderson Blouut Campbell Carter Claiborne Cocke Pen tpse Greene Hanblen Hancock Hawkins Johnson Morgan Rhea Ro ne Scott tnlcol Washington. Hamilton DeKalb Carroll Macon Cumberland Pickett Vayne and Crockett counties. These viol tlons were evasion of the poll tax law Issuing fraudulent poll tax receipts. fatal- Crtng returns using colored tickets and fraudulently falling to assess poll taxes. They believe an investigation will prove Governor Tutney re-elected by several. jprousam vetes. Legal decisions are then quoted In contested election cases to the effect that the legality of the ballot depends on the observance of the law. If democrats desire to control Tennessee as the r numbers and Intelligence entitle them they must either see that the elvtlon laws are enforced or repeal them al ogether so that fraud can sit unthroned in the camps or both parties ai 1 victory perch upon the banners or the most unscrupulous. The question Is to teach adversaries they cannot have anything on the face of the re turns unless based on law and right or to Ignominiously surrender to wrong doers. The committee then concludes We in st upon a full and fair Investlga lion regardless of the result believing that portly of elections wIll thereby be secured for the future. V Caucus Toiler Store than two-thirds of the democratic m mbers of the legislature are now in the city and the indications are that the ef forts to bring the others here by morning will meet with success The plan Is to clear the flel 1 for the big fight to come over the governorship. I one democrats nave signed an agreement to caucus tomorrow afternoon at I o o'clock and nominate eandi- dates for the tnited States senate state treasurer and comptroller Then members of each body will select officers for their respective houses. This would permit the complete organization on Monday when the legislatute meets. Neither Senator Harris Treasurer Craig nor Comptroller Harris has any opposition The session of Site legislature promises to be exceedingly us as it Is expected that the republican members will filibuster unless Mr. Evana is Inau. gurated and Governor Turney made the contestant. The Investlgat on by the legislature of the charges of front will be entered into at the earliest possible date. s ALARMED. They Issue an Address to An Sympa. thler in South Carolina. Columbia S C January 4 Special Politicians in this state never go into win. ter quarters and today the republicans fired the opening gun In the struggle for control of the constitutional convention which meets the second Tuesday in September ne t and delegates to which will be elected on the third Tuesday In August. It will be remembered that the Tillmanites have openly avowed that the pars-mount design or the convention 1 to disfranchise the negro. Alarmed at this leading republicans today issued an address calling a convention in this city for February th to reorganize their party and get In shalle e for the fight. The signers to the call say that there Is no republican organization hi the state but this win be denied by ex-Collector Web ster. w o was the wt chairman elected and who it Is claimed refused to call a convention last fall wlen he feared that the Brayton Clay n element would oust him Of course. he desires to retain control of the machine next year when the presiden tlal contest will be on. Jt is believed that the republicans hope for encouragement from the ami Tillmanltja. in the constitutional convention fight but it is certain that they will b disappointed except that the antis will insist on a fair registration and fair count Below i th substance of the call"The power of the convention Is supreme If the people do not rise In their might and yt delegates who will protect- their estai MK d rights and Intt rests there is imminent danger that an intolerant and tfertlsan spirit will dominate and an or genie lawH e adopted which will represent the views. principles and schemes of a ho tile and revengeful faction. The situation Is characterized as peril ous and on account of there being no binding" and legal party organization the convention Is called to conduct the campaign and organize the party. The question of past pasty affiliation is ignored and all those who believe In the doctrine Qt prti tectlon and honest elections are entitled to and wi1l be accorded fair aad equal recog- nrtiop. The ot party tte Jnth ststi offers the chance for the republican t I party to begin a. career of active usefulness and Secure the operation of all well wishers. The convention Is to as nble at noon and take such action- as the exigency de. mands. The clergy are appealed to to impress upon the people the tance of I the vital and transcendent Issues that are Involved In the constitutional convention scheme and the nece lty of sending as del- j eptes the be t men. THEY HIVE THE BLUES. Jacksonville's People Are Very Much Depressed. Jacksonville Fla. January 4. Special Excitement and iii feeling over the suit of J H. Colvln of Chicago. against the valid- Ity of th v Issue of one million in municipal bonds Increases dally In an in tervlew tonigul J R. Tysen. one of the loading wholesale merchants here. says of the situation The outlook is of a most depressing character. Let us see just what Is likely to happen II this suit Is not withdrawn. It will not be long before all the available money will be spent. The city will be compelled to default on Its bonds two sets of I which are now running. That will mean foreclosure and a fine a big. ft Lmted States receivership for somebojy It must be but a very short time btfo' every Improvement now under way must step short and be left unfinished as our contracts can- not be ruinueu. CIS lansuna nm en ue and there will be fat fees for prominent lawyers and big judgments against the cit on all sides. The principal and interest of all the honda will become due. Do you stop and think how ill this mu t be met' The only way will be b7 a direct tax levied probably by order of the court. The amount would probably exceed Ivi000. How does that strike the average tax- payer on such a valuation as we possess e cannot depend on finding another tapi titlist to take any new issue of bonds. I don't believe another issue of a per cent bonds could be placed at. 70 cents on the dollar let alone 100 cents seith the expert- fnce of the past few months and the renu tation we have achieved. Rest assured that hereafter Jacksonville s credit will be at the lowest ebb. o one will want th bonds of any such factional quarreling litigious people as we have shown ourselves to be. Mr. Tj en pleads for some project by which the warring factions may be harmonized-so so as to prevent this disaster. The best citizens are much depressed over the situation but many of them think that the May election will settle the difficulty. ASKED TO. RESIGN. Officer of the First Virginia Regi- meat Requested to Step Down. Richmond a January 4. 4. Colonel Henry C Jones. Lieutenant Colo nel A. L. Phillips and Major J H. Derbl- shire the field officers of the First Virgin regiment were presented today glth resolutions adopted by the captains of the regiment requesting them to tender their resignations The belief was expressed that the good of the organization demands that this course be f olio wed. Six out of tn- eu captains were present when this action was taken and the vote was four to two Ordinarily such a step by company commandants would be- Insubordination but in this instance the captains were requested with the sanction of Colonel Jones. to consider what should be done to restore harmony in the regiment where dissension has been rife of late. Colonel Jones de dines to say what he will do but It la believed that he will resign when the examination of the books of the regiment which he caused to be made Is concluded. If he does this the court of Inquiry which the governor has been asked to appoint will not be necessary. BLOW THE WE4THEH KlUEAU. Orange Growers Complain That They Were Not Properly Warned. Jacksonville Fla. January 4 Fruit growers of Florda are loud in their complaint of the negligence of the weather bu- reau for not giving them. timely warning of the freeze which was so disastrous to the orange and fruit growing industry In this state They estimate that they coald have saved a half muon dollars had the warning been given. That the weather office was negligent is proven by the wartiIs- sent out on December 28th. This warning arrived lit Jack- sonv ille at 10 o clock It said that frost was Indicated for east Florida the orange growing section and a cold wave for west Florida live hours before the mercury had touched 27 7. ard it was then freezing. Or- ange trees can stand it so the frost warning gave TO alarm. f l o intimation was received whatever of an unprecedented freeze. SWINDLED Us- GOLD BRICK ME\ A A trgIuIa Van Pays f5OOO for a Few Pounds of Bras. Richmond a. January 4. A. W. With. era of Gloucester county was swindled out of J5000 in money here today by two men claiming to be John Williams of Arizona. and Thomas U Parker an assayer of the United States mint at Philadelphia The men worked a bunco game upon WIthers to get him to Richmond and the cash was paid to Williams by Withers upon a couple Of bricks of gold which after a test by a Jeweler proved to be brass. Both the men escaped and all that they left behind them was a couple of valises containing a mask and a wig aw a lot or circulars- exposing a gold brick swindle. A part of the scheme was that Williams claimed to be in Virginia looking for an uncle named Alfred Wtihers which appellation Ma victim bears. SQWDEitjiD IT U DRiNK. Jonas Walker Once a. Millionaire Dies Poor. San Francisco Cat January The old Nevada pioneer Jonas M. Walker who once owned a fifth Interest In the Bonanza mines on the. Comstock lode and who sold out j early- to Flood Machay and Fair for 13 000 000. died last night. He left practically no Istate having squandered his fortune in drlnk sad b 4 Investments. He leaves two' daughters in t ew York and two sons In Los Angelo A Russian' Story. Chicago January 4 John Borrola a Russian who was adjudged insane in court here yesterday. told a thriving story of how h was. arrested la Warsaw ala years ago with two hundred others for conspiring to kill Czar Alexander and tie entire royal family how he WM sentenced to Si berla tot life and how he escaped with an exiled Russian general anti his daughter after much suffering His present condition 1 du to drink. , Sehatnber Surrenders Meridian Mlw. January 4.- SpeciaL William Scisamber. charged with shooting with intent to kill and murder Tom Knight a negro' hacman last Christina night came fi today and surrendered to the officer e gave bond lathe sum of flf for his appearance t eJor\ the circuit court next weekj tbtvK. v REVISING THE LAW. Business Men of Alabama. Tale Up the- Insurance Question. IMPOSITION ISJEjFTHEJHAE6ES The Southeastern Tariff Association Is Called a Trust FACE VALUE IN CASE OF TOTAL LOSS Some Important Changes Are d in the Sututes-rhe Tbrs Fourths Lou Clause Is Particularly Object ontble. Montgomery. Ala. January 4. In response to a tall d number of proml- nent business men from different sections of the state and a committee of the legislature met in the rooms of the Commercial and Industrial Association here this afternoon for the purpose of thoroughly dis- teasing and acting upon the fire insurance situation In the state. Weldon Brown. of Sheffield. presided over the meeting. It was from the first clearly the sense of the meeting of the Southeastern Tariff. Association was operating as a trust anti was oppressively high in its charges And arbitrary in its regulations Objection was made to its Insurance and threc- iuarter- loss clauses for its alleged systematic ion- po ition upon its customers In the settlement of losses etc. As the law stands companies other theta. those under the juri dicton of the association are practically prohibited from doing business in the state. Today's meeting drafted through Judge Chllton of this city a bill containing the follow ins essential provisions First repealing all existing fire insur ance laws second repealing all state tax es on fire insurance companies and Inviting an to come in third to do away with the three-fourths loss clause and the co-Insurance clause fourth to require a company to pay the-face value of a policy on' real property in the event of a total loss rovided the application for the policy is accompanied by the certificate f a- competent builder that the property Is worth the amount filth that before a policy shall- go into effect there must be affixed to It a state stamp showing that the assured has paid Into' the treasury one-fourth of 1 per cent of the amount insured. The purpose of removing the tax U that competition may be increased end the last provision is to reimburse the state treasury for the loss from the license repeal. It was shown at the meeting that thej ew York offices of some of the companies had proposed to property owners to take their risks at 30 per cent less than the agents of the same companies acting under the rules of the tariff association were writing the Insurance. ha bill la more than apt to become- ft law. SAVED nHE CHILD'S UFE. Mr Richardson's Presence of JQadT V erte l a Tragic Event. Athens Ala. January i Special This afternoon while playing in an upstairs rooms Pleas the five ) old daughter of T M. Hobbe caught fire. She ran out in the hall and streamed when Mrs R. IlL Richardson at whose house she was staying heard her and ran to her When eh reached the child the tatters dress was In' a light blaze. With teat presence of mind. Mrs. Richardson carried the child back Into the. room and threw a blanket around her thus quickly extinguishing the flames. The child was badly burned though- tot seriously on both eaip and slightly on her head. Her rescuer was very painfully burned on both hands and' at present Is suffering greatly. Her burns are not very serious however. A COTTOY MILL. A Movement in Birmingham to E tnbllsh One. Birmingham Ala. January 4 At a meeting of the Cwnmerclal Club of Birming ham held this afternoon. evidence was giv- en of inaugurating a year of active energies with practical results. Efforts ha e been made heretofore to secure the location of' cotton mills in Birmingham but without sjcctss At the meeting this afternoon Mr. L B Comer. one of BiTningham3 most progressive citizens announced his' willingness to head a cstbn mill company. when several of the directors of the club agreed to go In with him and ii cm now be said that Birmingham will build a mill with home capital and ins management. The club al o passed a resolutiun n Inviting Colonel A. A McClure of The Philadelphia Times 19 deliver an address before it to the near uure A further resolution was passed declaring for fas te- mail service between this city and the cities of the east end west and requesting the Alabama senators and repre sentatlV to congress to favor such a move- ment. Mr. Welch Buried. Montgomery Ala. January 5p The funeral here today of General Freight Agent Welch of the Louisville and I u yUle was one of the ost largely attended Montgomery has ever known Louislvllle and prominent officials were T res nt Mr. Welch was a northern man god a. republican but no citizen of Montgomery fL9 confederacy and the hotbed of democra v. was more generally respected. nor more. generously beloved. The Coal Miner on Top. Birmingham Ala. January 4-- 3pecial Mr. am D. I1llihOt1. state mine Inspec- tot was interviewed last night by- The Age' probability to they will proa rt S e- left for ew Orleans tonight mat. arrangements tar his ballot jefona convention to be held there- on Janaarr win. The evangel anticipates a largest. tendance bit It is not believed here that the convention will be attended by any worn this state except Kolb. Goodwin. Reese and a few others of the parties In Interest V j JAPASESE TROOPS PRAISED For Their Discipline Wille Chlnei Are Denounced Brutal. New York January { The United Preji special correspondent writes as follows under date or Tnklo. December 7. 1651 I alluded In my letter to reports being cur.- sent that unnecessary slaughter. and even cruelties tad been' committed by the" Japanese at th taking of Port Arthur anti at the same"time expressed my flrm Conviction. that such reports were untrue. 1 have now traced these reports to Chinese sources. They were started Irma Foe. Meantime I had made direct inquiries oj the general headquarters at Hiroshima. The chief secretary has wireime some d tails in reply authorizing I me to make public the Information Official reports have been received and some foreign correspondents who have returned after the fall of Port Arthur. had visltKl Count" Ito and General Kawakami. They wer loud In their praise ofthe bravery and' discipline of tie Japanese troops whilst they spoke In abhorrence tf the savage' inhumanity W the Chinese and the atrocious' way they load butchered many unfortunate r J Japanese who fell into their hands. mutilated the dead on any fleH which for U time remained in their hands.- LIN lent VI IS SOT To Go to toe Front-and London January 4 A" dispatch Central Ne s Company from say that Liu Kun Tl reeentljr PJwlnted wit lessor to TJ Hung Change in supreme wo mand of the Chinese fDfc B has postponaft- his departure for the front fee a few d pteadlrg illness as the cause of hi Je The feet is that the new co chief shrinks the carrying- t of the plas t fur the further pzceeiUtlfl of the Is scheming to perfect an am whereby hoe may be enabled to ac Chang Ting Moan as peace comi to Japan. The litters departure hasbi the meantime been delayed Objection. n the part of Japan to receiving ShaaiT tser governor of Formosa As Vh1 ( Vine Kuans fellow euvoyiewlng r having offered rewards for the heaSs Japanese soldiers has-created vaw which tin Km Yt is anxious toJlUj WO USE THIN THE CHEAT VUUB Is th Financial Distress t Jetikf lonndUBd. London January l LCanonhflTlt foru i the Newfoundland agent of the ColWst Church Society has written to the U WBJJU jyers enclosing a letter from Dr. Blot. 1ge J ernment Inspector of schools InTtewfonad- land describing the misery prevalent fcj the colony. Dr. Blot eaya j f. Tie fire of 1X92 from which we dll were 5 suffering was s slight comparison with v- present one. Then we had readybe4p Now' we Eeem to stand alone. Some wtf say The disaster is of TOUT own maktef 4 and Tou nt beaTitaJone Thttlt foresaw ther crash the gold and tflver. Dr. Blot appeals for aid offers to receive donation The Earthquake' 8 lfeteT Rome January 4. to felt repeatedly today to Jleyglo dl Cal bri and northern Sicily. The under secretary et the Interior Will make tour Of provinces affected and will provlde the distribution of money food and Jotk leg among the homeless. The charity ball hell here List evening for the- benefit Of sufferers was attended bjrTnaay Zukoft at Soft Sofia January Zankoff the agitator and leader of the Russophlie as grants arrived tiers todaylll SlIrotiza was received warmly. In. pubttfttfp lie said that a reconciliation between iKa and Bulgaria could be effected easily l now. but the first condition would Jb orthodox Bulgarian dynasty To Cheek the t Liverpool. January. 4 According W' Liverpool Shipping Tete Phv nd n Commercial Advertiser Vie tr ns steamship companies are seriously c-- eying the- of conference for. purpose q deciding upon what step. be taken to check the competition wt- now exists between the vartoug Bnefcjj The Report Denied. London. January 4 The Standard T eVj a correspondent telegraphs that a is4e4 fines Corztuitloople denies the septet 1550 the governor of C tlls has been assaNtoafa ed Constantinople newspapers of Jinasry Jd puMbihwl. a telegram from t3ot rsw Tahln Pa ha himself staling tfi t district of BItlia is completely tranqulL Accepts IhtT jluMenge 2 London. January 4 Tne- secretary d London Athletic Club Bent a w the office of the United Press this morntar announcing that the London club hid tatttf accepted the challenge of 4h New yvl Athletic Club subject to be made later. London. January t Much anxtety Is i for the steamship PrsacotLwhkh. Irons Sunderland December ZSthlflri sellles Life buoys hoaxing her tarns I been found on the Yorkshire carried a crew of twenty. gehoeabeeka Sentejiee C Paris. January i. Tie secondt Captain von Sehoenbock German cavalry whot was deemed toflve years' imp charge of espionage vas and the sentence of the former t firmed. lthe I3e1In. Jannary fc The presided over the ministerial the cllancellteCblfedlot for tin nr U gofern gramme for the present relchstaff. nuary Marshal Pi er of the movement which eutadp t military dictatorship 4n JaBU was found dead in hi bed thU He had heart 4U ea TJ t 4 5189 A SLTt1RDY MORNLNG D. PRIOE\ FIV v NtS. L WIR Eastr Bankr Diotte Prd- Fnancil Policy. TLLS OARLSLE T Thi 1 PAt 8chlme t the 8eCetlry' IresidenUII N omlnton W Yorl t-Spclallen wn Inaneal ma. iIuilton3 IIlr Washington lnc th m. s\ It leing folel. lrom ont tese po teJ Te Olsttuton' corrr pn ent abut than thl a e Uklly pkk oar A tl sl.J. upto lt al strf Inander a 1ne rrettr eHrthin 01 xplaiw1 ttiY niuch tlt herttotr ha nnl thl 1 Ptdi ll. j cam gentleTnail who Vc Conttutotia tip LotJ lst e 1lnJs 1fo II lnr tlle Lt. Inf rmed Hh whl. of th. memrs \.re deny. Ing th. fad. i 10 c' aLuut th' prtt ltwcen jJnt couple Y rk Ian rs. gcntman t J evldnce here j ltnevts It 11 1lrlort Ior' an dette" alY Inteview with PTesl nt ClenIand and tak president yearn. lm ure any reenty. 1re cetin lr Clenlluc him i Ji1 OO' 1nsldent CIHland I OLer he trm atoreys Irm Drexe organ u 1i el ton Jttr l wel Ir falcial sei o dres I-and Ir wated Xether widlspreaJ t\sats. faton lr. bn gven paPn Mr Carl91e fance 1 r. dO s ditate Presld nt Clevland tnan. cll not" bakers. Te& fact Tey a tr gopel. Y hear IJt' T. cn gve o tb-anlmm te publcatn the9 rpots. object bhind Conr \11 Xothlll. 1 Tis wi al fnandal queston. Te seted ln this o cnbrd' dwn I excu e this geat wrng. wangl tbeIJelves excule. have wrngle be- chief f triur sme al x e. lo gvn tha pose aone. o kn ws beter h"\ there w1 bl tmmcl.\ al tlat wi wi e JPpntment commision submi f. la age upn te wl b rmlted nsuteJ ave lef whie tbt formulat. Tis you-ca rly fot Carlsle steppi. Carlsle democratc candidte presdent 1 Wheter be bnet KeIuky Idea I kow ti act friend ow w tbi llm ror ! KenkY hadt ppe wih dmlnsiratons T wPJd ttL mtl trJnd splt btween Jlr Clev lands bckels nl :11. Calsie. bleve 1 ayci eett to te c Wtit. b r Carl le d me ui not" t swaiowed rt d- t thlr m n 1 Washngon fnd excue I ue bd I redy doth agl. FooIIC C 1 ot i enest abat nnaclal plnJG feleve count. w 1' nt letBU Sprger war I aroud tul taces. Clsle may' wl lg drp b gveror KentucY. ha to tbllk th pssile e th Preadent Clevlands fancll ue. No al thik abut probale s- rie I veT' Insl- aout ths bnd realzl te fet frends puliog cuntys ever tme I I tg bel hmsel blackmai e h l crne ad respon4 the sy wl rn juthow lam uabte sy Healw y rson 1elr d6ds. H r teir md largr re&le w1 oqe op rtunty. S son te congess ajou fU loo laet mae Cleveld probbl 00 exacy ha ned yet I tha amott name I he les. you 11 fd ta aout UDder Is ead cr I to th pote ee n te se publc b I fugled sttus fnancial QUI. bfore congess. maage" Washlniton cnges. ad te auni o ton Iubsrent to wih. te tba aycongel eVCf amiitton s ot CorrptCnpeli Ye. l W' cbe Ipl ll \4 r' f Ii dltiJ 1 li r fi f l 1 5 Grantad Frday b sid I admnIstrton exct nutii- br engd i maniputng cogres& 1 geater mor cnseratve. tne the Tey longe a pristent ad iore disster. Lte Infuence arlos cmplsh enis r ttennes crupto htgh ashlngon wa geer Is. to I wel t peple a opprunty ptl. democatc pry everwhere b. htlt respnsible I ader I the pph made I sad mistke Insances thls mln ha re princple o prty crlmts accomplsh. anc a preparing aClompl h. ark iY pr dktln ttthlrd cn. gre s il 10 down hl tory r nbr. s e\1 assmble II hi the untry h gatest l tr s 10ny. lnge Iod qult I anti ltne et iegal I ue 31 Il1 l n s wl g p open aJlilon1 Issue rd prtet beCn Ilsed It majoriy I he biiondollr congess wr ange ompare presen ra. j rty lIGITI lt Enu rnllmnt th eu OIPUUJt I h. NUr lmlulatrtou. asitngton. fornldable tjJ th. income whleh ot\ lolJ in ongre un1erst J. rnas I'"nldl ll IHI. nt auprt ndli triti n lrclts tght Iatt ntn around tragraph the uq tnt Ietden bl Ilrvpriaton t cary I the b defeate wi ki loconte by conges- i"n.l met wd 1ath gover- not he rtuce Secretlry larlisls I estimate of nee s vrop' raise n'\'enu. leu t\IO sources tilt Leer revive i l' ns eJcl banl pre ened i I I J. m re 1'\ expecI thelom JrIHI r iri I a8knowleigcd th. inerta e. un be can eolected at X t ra lV t pr sen t tQnc In. tera rdIU s. prat\'aly col""IS Whon tarif lol a loong pre ared qU8tion Inlfa ig the a dl cifed Jtfulath mtmlas th 3 and I ttOralIs on nltle hOUsc i oelUUs" a nilered puJ\es" i tim. 11crase i reasons i I t obtain. 0 l.prol.rl ton Ineor lurate1 lll WsohingtOfl Januar S can-be leartJ llmbtrs hous cmmitee 01 na lal alulr Ir d 1 Q IDcwrte approna lon t1" psibly tbr new batl toro bts I al appropriatn bl. wi b. rportt tay oeJef I treasul reeJpt wi b expndl- tUI' lforc t ca yer. I lralnty Er tl approprate wi be nEeedfor rom fnt nece s1y or conlnulns th worl creatng pwerful nav cnsideratons lea th member wi appropration OO thereuts n w mtmb rs commitee a spken h. mater e ble tconomists ould tercey anagoClz approriatIon. expe taton wi b mitel rmalu bi. IrSy \1 lTSO HOlES. oolen Hood. Ot 10 akaje DI 4 thlir fle aCjun rduced turr Thl ducfd \\.01 sCheoule tarlf Ilw eree most reet 11 th 11t Augus 11 duues col cted Ib whlh abut Jt176 numbtr wolens taln Va l 1. 189 ter bon ed warlhouea In 513618 coth. J747 3 cothing 7 8 ml eelanellg fabrcs. ae quanty o Imprted as b n looko by mnufacturer. I pr ty genealy beleved efects wU b gos reh retalers. tGUST OLCOT DfJng lroDlht Defr oflnat Re Col 4. g nelY bleved Sentor WolCt wi b relect ed tere a pwerul Inu. agans h\ I i sid gven I/ Wolcct' an Strttn Crpple fre orkn t Weott eecte accordin stat ent mn ho jnt tumed frm ea wl pr a senators frm a whl wi tvorble stockhulder te lnl Pacifc rird oe ech Kla Nebrka W ng ad TRYI G DO" Senlntoo' Esptcted I I Teatpton DOlra. Iodlanapls Jaury I ope her toay a pwerfu ha bn oize or atempt brng abut legsltve 10vetton Ihol toId. Al sors cbgs ae b ln ad 11te ben c- cure suspIcou dealng tha dept- cty govenment Irl rig heave ad a pslble plure o te In e rkYns bker toay prlls t 6 te std caele Invetito w ordere te legislature ad sn snston tat wU Buse ple dg dow severl ns pminence. Tear Whch Wrltngo CARLLE LEr I AGA Pesidents Vitous Indiga- ton Durng Night FEARE Iluel a Cal Cauu C B. ody F' abiogn Janur The prsident dedde p fncl conges. thoub ha dele Ibet crlge te watc basket Clevelad hal ld sometmes. Piernt Mors attck upn Carlsl. whle bristes decde wrie snd But sllC6 ha leared mtssse tere urency bl congess ad tU atttu e trules atempt ton. Rthe tha o deatrcye sheel meS8ge tUlS th etr ovr to' Carl le ha- die. Carl le L doig bst c. lgan tat bufy mae a demant upn lr Cleyland Carlsle actng bd bt 1or- gas I elf denied' I Isles Morgn' Ieems fot it wi soft-soap adlniltrd- ton son ge It Irfces. al Caucus. ti hOWe wi ter 0' dock onday cal wa writen I Ilnoi Carlsle bl i states tle at 1 thE purr se pending odoc afe cal 1etn trcllated ltyfv rsentatvts frst atach autoph er ri I' folowing those democratc memlr commitee bakg curency cmmitee flported. lr. foral tle I. Sprnger state tis afernon gen ral 1 bi H mtnue hotr In th Ue cmmite rle wl I fxing unj r minute rle f r three days folowing I hO\Eer bi wU b tk. bf0re next llrglm Grga pstmast r Ylvlan L. DUbln ant Chrle Dusenbuy EatontI. Ir. Lwson Colone morig. GeorgIa granl" larble I tnes I publc bljdng hkh son be a rdon Ind thlm te treasur tpaker Ir. Crsp llt night CORREC ERROrS. Trif il Rcmedtnl Washngon. Janury dcmocratc coacuslon etort ptch trce sort wi prmi meium defciency bi recton Ir e fnished labrs bi lfore i te lef ieans t accomplsh tis resut th commitee apprprla. tons afer aterlle en cnsuttion wlt republcan Te wa acertan I t republcans deterine tat ltte e- couement eator ad mater 1 b I abeyac unt meetig fnnc& cmmtee ea whie Cokel wl prbabl retn r prtg urlency defcecy bl ipe ie od cme frol situaton tb metng wher leaers bt sde ae large repeen ted republcns ae leterned mke vgru oppositon chnge I tet law. cond- tin demorats cnt arord t acpt I te demorats wi tht cean shal I trr rtes schlu s a te re publcs 8ert reuce. republc wi corton cvi1 ade a wich te teur i- slt mal b pro these. I te fe achol caue whi ha pract- caly bn a rogaed fal ue provde teu reglatos fo faiure apprpra- ton car suc reglton erect Oter errs bcloud meng a ned ateton ave a ter I eret appa cngess fd sme rele dcrmiat- dut agst ree suar pre thi ountr frm thoe cuntie tat exprt buty. I tis ce te ony cunt h Geray. ae te lw ha gt Unte Stt I dlplOatc tan le wt tat cuntr frm 8ecretar Btte apta t le sve bya r l obnx- IIOU prvsns Item mor th a oter cmbe cusi te amt Iistto tue an te pru tat h& bi brougt t b un & d pet h bn meue. le 1 tru8ft. te ad. lld n les pn tan te G abaa- 10r hllel. Bon Cau Jtt Te confereDc te repJsenttve e Gr veet 1 ba wt te set 8tt wou. ap hve Impr wth t iabupt t a de th Ie fol c1 te lle1fuke ofw at ambsador kow hve soe eator I sem b alogethe cear tat campg aganst America met prouct iugr- ate tlat govenet hs gw a Jplrt retlaton. te sl Vew goverment t r tace Is stp te mat ter a tis di- cminaton aat te Gera IUi pro d t IDICMXTS AGAIST Moton QUlh 1lem I udle Clago. The moton consiracy u- V. dlretor AmErlan Hlway bside oters. aused stoppng mals Ilterferlg wtb Intetate mree cme bfore Grolcup Statls cour yestera ae Indictment al. Oro l1yers tey dy agment te point In- tat mut therfore. maie a eleton iditments C8e on Indicment Incldes al defenants ad Interferng mals tr. chosen. moU n Splal Counsl Mlchrt IndIctents foloing H. I IcGenn 1. 10re Eward ONel J. Holhan. Wilam R y F. Stly. Atore d fen anI8. al ment b quashe felonlowly appar- cause hl ant othtrs hal rIgt bue e Indlm nt. Slclk tnough. Ir. 11 hrl t spke govrmtnt. pre lnt wal Wilam llture tolcludc argment afernoon. Grsstup rserved cislon unti Tesda C8S tral. INSANE SLnl D 1 Patentl A Atendant IL The sec ton suth linois Suther hopital comprisin entre buiding wa detryed b fre earl moring machlnet. aundr 5a\ Te contaned patents t patents Al tents. 5 J safty bulJlngs. difculy making I reprted t male atendant bured I Tie Ios wi 0. PyslciaD. ofcr bur d buldig efet. Jlscoyred 1:4 ocock P I seton te hospial buiding bel alar fre tba hspial em loye istnty Tealid cul b etrltd I megef whlc\ i. sttuto suppled whie rshed ls corrdors dor openllg other an tre deprtmint 10 an secton o- by crefml buiding ocated 3 cbldrn buiding 10 tme his sec fs son Igan th farther I coren thelr cels I a leap foor an reuire unied erorts se goten 8 cveed tey shher bier all untl cied budlngs. Viagers rushd te assistnce asylu peple reIrtory tmes ptents guar tempte rush bck burng buiding. The caught an I cass wbere \0 the patents TpS genteman 1. k- fre plae. specal trai and d rached 3 1rlng. sn pud buring buldlng. i tmes fe confed t cnter secton 11ng buidig. Uls departent wr loated quarter phylclas employe. may cses ofcials lst al I. 8trments poDal eect euraee. est te daage te buldlngple te los riO beleve tbl I tuy cover I- femae atendant Ida Adern mssing I feaed pershe te uppr dortor. I pssible ste ma b 10ate vUage whee many te atendat carred bing InJ ed burn Burerngfom account rgtfulY Al D6E. Delroya I Oho Imbeclea. Colubus. Jau Abut I ocok tb' evenlg fre dcovered 11 th. tc te suth ig testte Ibie Ts wing I k01' a bYS drto aommoatea hunde I I te oy p te buldtng W des rol fe Novembr 1 1 Te fe w mil dlcvered butlt sprd rpidly nd bfore te fe deparent a- rve wa ud r gd bewaY' ad entre Inttuton wa mglt st1cture. wl ttened. T& te te. wth excepton sic ad nobr wam- jued Th wig 1 four ete tr ad tom te mai buiding b a. ttty-fot. uJ. e fremen S t De teelve I' t p sgeay tu prv ted te fe I fro c utetg tem bg. dort wa completly gted I te lo 0 wt no Isuee tiUtuUon wa Irey rowde w1 neesat rebUd onc Te orgn t1 I I doubt It1 totht' tBme otte cldn mtbaTee playig wt mtel t8 atU. tPJ UbIC fute I tttecde i d wUl Democratc Execntn Commiee EUBLCAN8 GHABG D WrH FRAUDS 0 Ev sad Degal Vots. INVESTIA nON T I Republcanl Contestants Member rTvln Navl\ Ten. 4. demoratc executvd commtte sesions. ocock tey gve adress poPl crlng te gbertorial cntest It justfcaton te p o- psed acton blhlnd returs nd Goveror ofc. he addess I siged I thi member f commite. adress begns statemlnt tat camed t a vernor eommlte rcel\1ng In- tormaton gOS ivetgton Impratve ad violton repuLlcans. dem I tbelr ure Investgaton t pople wih or posit n taen. Te comitee te clandestne encuage- lent gven rlpublcans pepe ore atn wit cuses prte. P. ublcan electe democratc lenslons. FTud3 electons mde ton necessa I obered. electons. te publcns T nnessee the aw5 democr tc trtck I fearded Raol I. Conn tes. I psiton matained Cal Threhers Enoe psion tken' f chaTgl t Igant commited Anderon ampbel. ClaIbrne Coe Fel- tss Hawkn. lorgan ROlne Scott Wahingon. Hamcn DeKlb urol Maon Cmbrland Picket countes. Thee vo- tons pol ta Iun fud uen t pl reIpt ng rturs ung clored tckets rallg pol tes The bleve investgton wI prve 9veo Tey re y stea usaw Lg destl ten' Quote conteste leton cses te etet tat legalty balot depnd obse1ance I ocrts de ire con trol Tennesse their Intelgence entte tleut. mu t tee te e dlon enforcd repa alogther frud throne parte and vIctor UI te bnner mot un lupulous queston adveraries r base rghtor Igomlnlously surender dors. commitee W e st ful ad fr invtlg. ton. beleVing y e1ecUo" wl b I aucul Toda twothirds democratc members legI lature cit IndicatIns that I brng her moring wi wih succeso. cear feld or fght If I ageement tomorow afernoon ocock daes tnltt serate traurer and comptroler. Thenl membr bdy wl selet ofcer respectve Tis woyd prit organizaton ture mets eiher Hrris Treaurr Comptroler Hars ha ay oppsiton. of legsla- promi e5 le tvely l I expcted tat rpulcan membr wi flbusteT In au- irted Govero me te cnteSlnt Investgation Islature flud wi b entere arlest pssible RL HLIAXS UED TeT lu e Addrel Smpa foSoath Carolnm. S. C. Janur' Spel. Poltcia os i stat rvpr g ito wn te quaer toay te Teubl1as fed e opning rgle fO cntl conUtutona convnton secord Tuesd Y ptemb nt dclegte wl elee te thid Augst. I wU b reebe Tlmnte hve oen- a wed pront desig conventon tl disfrchIse t. Reg. lared tis ledng republcas toy addres clng conventon ely fo FELruary 6th rergnae py II sha tle ft. slgDfS te ca tee I rCublcn orgnzatO I Iate ths dene ex Web w10 chairan eected wo Is caimed rfus cl I fal el he. feare te ryto-Clayn 01t h. dElrs rtin cto o mchin e t prIde- tal conttt wil J belee that. 1 hl r-publcs he ecourgement frm Tlmant ciu- tol cvento fght cen tat wi b dspnte excet tat te aU wU Insi 8 regstr- to adtair Blow 11 to substce m pe CvenU I te ppe no rse ad ' det w prte thei eted rghts interests. ther Is iment dger tat ttoleTlt ad rn sirt wi dmn a an' o- gnc J adoted whch w rpert I' ves. prncpk a soee te ad revengeu fact T sttu ctrs os" a Cnt ter& bgno bnng a le py oto. to CEUo cled cnduc fhe. r pg ad o thepTeque tof t p aUo 1 te an a o wh bl e Ith d t n a bo el tla enW t a4 b ane a 4t nl. J u g. w J. t o e te dl ce ote" u j j. 1 py t b a crer atve usefunes ad secue. te clorton a I when. Ti Cventon ase' nn ato a te exgency I Te cer appee to upn pple te Iporane I vit trnsendt tha Invlved the. conBttuton I heme n esity senlng bet men. I THE DLUI- Jackioodlel Ieople Ver le Fa. Januaf 4 Ecitement I feelng te sut I J. aainst te vald- iy te o mllon n municpal bnds dly. In- tertew fonlgit J. muchnts sS siuaton Te outook most carctor. 1 lkely I tls tuit Is. wlh la I H al avalable wi cty wl be' cme I ple It O ts wb1h ar rnning. wl I fne Cnit I receiverhip fO. I m st tme bdoc evry m st shor b lef unfnished contrcts can n 00.0 11 UmleQ. i n un I ensue t re wl b city al Iterest al bads wi dae Do Ou al must met wi le ta court he exce d 0. a vauaton pssess We depnd fnding cpi- tU t ay bleve aother 5 b tle dola 10 upr. repu- tton Rst assUod hereafer Jacksonvies ctelt wl lowet No wi the bnds factonal quarrelng. ltgous a ourelves Tysen projet Ut warlog factons a dister. t cl tzer m uc' Ituaton tink tat te electon wi sette difculy. AKED REIX Firt Reuested Va. Janua Henr C. A L Pblips J. feld ofcer te Firt Vlrgl. rgment presente toay t reo lutons reuestng relatons. bllf e presed goo te organzton demads at tiS. cure tolowed t n capt lns tl aeton. wa tke ad te vot wa tou' two. Ordarly. Iud a sep mandant 1 Inubrdinaton. but Instce te captns re sancton cOtlder sh uld b t restoe regment dienson rife Coone de clnes wi I beleved tat wl reslg aminaton Jegment causl conciudl. I h cour Inqur whih h8 Ipplnt wi BLUl TiE TIE BlnEU. OranKe Gr wers Complan Tat TeT ere Jackoovle. Janua 4. gwe Forida ae i cm- plint neSlgnee weather rau ot gving tmey warlng te freze wa s ditru te Org fr gowing atte. Etmate tat tey coadhavc saveda hat mlon dous ha te wahig te r ofc neglg nt I proen th wal4 01 Dcem- b 2t. arve 11 Jacj- somle ocok I sd. wa ldlcat d fo et FIrda te grW secto. 8d cld Jiorlda ve hous meru touaed 27. rd I freezng. O. ane tres stnd ft wanng give ala. No Intmaton W2 receive wltever unprledentl I\ IE lrlolm PnJ. O uf Rchond Va. A eT cunty. W swndle 0 toay climng lam Arwna. Toms Paker ansyer Unie Sttes mt Phladelpbla wrked bu gme upn Witer gt Rchmow ad te wa pad WUUa WIther coupl brck gld afer prved t b blss. BUi th ucp ad al tht tey lef bbld wa ule valse contlntng mak wg a clcuir exposlg gld brc swde par sceme wa tha WUlams caime b lookng fo a uca name Afed Wther whic applaton b vitm ber. SQtA ERED DRID ole Once Mllonalr. POl. an Fanisco Ca Janur Te fev a pioner. JOnS HWaler owe fUl Itest Ue Bonana mes te COmtk loe ad sld i tOF o. acky Fa 0 j W" dt t nht. lef prticaly Btt havl& Iquadered hi j d. T. estment tWO.1 i dU t' ln I I LI iIlaa StOI Co. au ohn B rroa a nuI sin W audge ilae cu yete tl a tbrlstor a h h W8. at I Wanw I ren I g wt tw hund oe clrnC tok e II ad teetr I 11. a4lYi. bo. eW uten 10. 51- brl Ue ad hw ec wt al ele nuD gnerl ad b dutr I ate Juh ur Hi prn ndlUn I dU t dt. I Ja" :1r Dden. I Med 1J Spla Satchuewit tg lt h It. otJCk tn d F. U el T. K fht 11go' 1Ctu nht. cef ttYadwrde t teot. rc f TebIn em - oJO ror' T t Buiness Qneston IM0ITOH I ONE OF THE C4RGE J Souteastrn Tarif Assbcaton Caled Trst c O 1 fbe Tbl.- our1he LOl I Cluse I Partcuary G onble I lontgomery. A Janur pa respne t c l i numbr prm dierent seton stte cmmtee f legl- room Cmercial ant Ap latol th. teroon te purse thoro gly dis ad act te fe Isurace R. Brwn ShUfelJ te meetg. wa te fst clerlYtbe sene meetng te Souteater Tal Associaton opratng trt ad Ig I It chae nd arbitar I Is regaton. Objeton wa' It coInuance ad urter cl uses. It alege systematc iton upn is customer i sete t lsse. etc A compaes oter ta. undeTthe jurlslcton te 11- tln practcly prohbte fom Mtg buines I te Toays meetg dll. Judg Chlton hi cntalg folowig ta pr Fn repealng a existg fe i- sen npelg a stte tu fre isuance compes ad ivt- cme I ay Wlt threefouts-Ioss clu ad te cIn- surnce claue fouth. reure te4ac pcy. rel propery I evet t l loss. rovlde aplaton te plc I accompaned crfcte f cm bulder tbt te propy Iwo tth tbatbefore plc shal etet te b ae t I stte wg tht te se h pad te tesu onefou cntof te amot Iue I puse rezvhig te tx Itt' cmpettln meea 6d te Jt prvlon I reimbu stte te' ur te lc reve I show te metl tat the ew' Y orkofcs o Iome te compaes hd popose t propry owner t ter' rk 3 pr cnt tan alet sae compe atg uder the re Wlt aton wee Wrt te Inuace bi t mr lr t ba i S VDnEcmtriLt Rlchrdon' Pe D e i bert T& Eet Atens. Jau 4 aferon whle' play I' a uPt roms flea te d dauhtot T. HobS cught fe r hal ad sceaed Rcbadon atwh howe wa Itay ll her ad ra her Wn she te chid te laters' dess wa I' lgt blte at peenc ml' Mr. Rchadsn cre c bk it te ad trew bletau thu rulcy extghg te fae. cld a bune tou. 1ol btb ei h 1 hea He wa ver panuy bured bth' ae pTeset I suierng geaty. bu ae. ver sero. hOlever. W T COTOY IL lrlnlha E lngh Jauar At mei Cwerla Dlg- ha ateron Ciaenc v gV- en l uti yo actve eele& resut. ou. he e me hertofore seure te lot coton mls Biingl wit vt SJCC ss. At. me tn ti aurn. 1. B BI bm' IOt progresin cltfns. aouc hI wllge' hea nU c any. 1hen seer diretr tie clUb. ae to it hm. b sd that Brigh wil bld m an h0 mnage nt. cub ao pased. roltlcn InvUn Colonll. A. e T Pb elpi Te t delver adres btr& I te UOn pase de1Z. flr fate ml srce bin. t and' cle est d wet sd r quetng Alabm BetOsandnp sentate i cxs t fivo suh mGve mEnt I Durlec Montgmer. A Jaua lpca tll her toy t Welh 0 st lgely atnde Vle wa 0 fy of. the Montgomer b kow t LulslvIe ad ahvUe st I h' met cfcll wee rc nt U" C orer ma ad are ll ct7cn Montgomr. te co i cnfederacy. ad hOtpd d mr a mre generaY res generoul be ove lnr oBTOP' 1) Dllgbam JaU 4 t' M Jae HlhU. stt. r Interewe lat nigt Te Ae4 wa encurgg ttmen. t Herld an gn e. idust JW' p6ent tt te tol outok MH e. a' mot cheer cu the men sid that a a dug the p I had not done mtQ ek preVou tey. ha wek but that or e we tbe a I orke splendidlY i r. ad lt Y stl a In exce S tn evcbfori turing out more tt I 1t. te htr of th I n utWii. of Hlbous if tere e mea. ad te daU taon am tnwrSe w rJ. i He I hoptu tt te wih rnew t roro 9tl. yea m b ro P a tt tnu optr ad emplorb te. Jter al outut Ofh1d nd tge f pr. o kow ad tee Wi Kee n08o Te GT JanUr f4p caU. Montger A. t the prttbrk Gveror Oat2 hae adIrP cttge n. Cuc st n di oupie by he Ju t h. fezdl1 bfore long have I op c ey fote Oates aV I g of lurtef pl It or. S Uatpt1 g.s pnet e ov fl' gtde of pler. Jla rJ 1ontf te pWt V tl f Q Ofa l tf rf e6I ma meit. orfblo fDf eonvntol. tbh d Er .au 18t. Te e e1anUcpt Bd g1 tendace bitRi otbIf hrh th o. venton 1ibatt. Dd. eb r. frm" t stte eicpt Kolb G O eeea 8 otheoflth pte i re Doucd l" tah. t r Jalu TE. Vni J Blcpndtwrteas. folows ul te:9fT m1r tI aUud 1 m l Ueit Prtsbci r rt atluecS IIa\gn ei" de celte. bd I' w- r\ F CONSTITUTIONI V0LXXVIL 5 E t1 ot I CurEthgplerpont 1A UNCEH1S 1t eIp Men 4 osely 1 htre lve th average year A' ut-todt. aU linger everything en pIa 0 1 that hereofcr co he ii ouopet. itv cc reexaIj the lant bnd tr < tltet while tha t. re- Presidcnt p bankers I evidence Jani bIeve It. Ilrlurt Mor- ean any intervIew v i Presh1ant ClveIand It any m T think lre sident Cleveland rncnTber o. to tis latter wellaware russet d3res it-and th0 I notdictated 1tTip or tlanimuc t L line. de\ n C a e euse. o knows house will 1 otheue it only youcan steppingstone h ut 4 beiacL 6 KefltckY ckers un t catht What Ir. thW4 5 hor dyer T lr. r1li3OOt pIttjO aroundt1Ult as as- very t I t u i So. is ou a it. ata. it d aflYCOflTe sIn i Stoat Conrei2nYear. eye agal t a I Grantanci f ac- party everywhere be ar' acionrplieh. toy pr. tioird ill While coototry b money. congress IT tools. st it. The buliiondollar w rc iogeio prevent jurdy. I III IIO iIeuOppoUeUtl " easure by Ti din I icVioject rat v11uUrTTCmvflt Tiiiotration tatri. itliters ileficteny norno 50011 nietod death. prupTed from tO I 1 elo eelt batik pay not I. said. ome trirton. inr-asei Xtru te t na rvctmur officrs. 1 cally collels itself. iii " ao qustiOlt loereaiutig dvtiacrati mcnbers o c beaosr OTiS onoilered tiTtt itierease 0 sai. now A So I 4 b approlratiOa battlcohips I Pt- a | I I 8ioncki ISTOM 12000 Day their account reduced effect to r lwut4ia4t 1097656 11716497 gotioi 1181510 loot It d posure f uok n4ss. persOnsOf Iaie li5e tar th t buginess. z0ii eb 0- a aAvu LEI ll Monday-Crisp The since ac- Lao- gaits it. or Illinois at ho nd after circulated five it. Crisi' minute following. Vivian in. on to ti tea boiidlng or chich toe ag- attecded se- in- A ig wh b pay ft th impxesd blm th tsa k gorernm xst' Os 8 1MP Ilu- which Inter. following H. O'Neill rIght ASYLU IJUItNED. An IlL. tht loss 3lOINM. discovered 11:40 tha 1010 200 the this s screa ming covered cod specIal miming. flreconfined o t frigbtfullycOher About an fire. It ar- in- pas- theflre ofthe znlght-baye.been' but-as tbht j 4s. EPIIBUAI3 YITH Special. l was o lIe deem n d or dis- dis- re- th a t t Rosne nicol arroli Itbons vernor ousand alIogether. re- right-or inslot ef- field 4. inSeptemb not Tu sday Is wlro itisclairned Itrayton-Clayten maichinenest anti be andlaIr Is the estahied or- hoeL- s ous" Donof s th faZiand Thxb6oethgo tIeg itstSuffera th 1 o e- e party assenbie necessity best iiE 4. the b nd todayth at befollowed-- te-s4kn Fruit bu- sonville o'clock. 177. OOO A. ILW iker th BRO- 411 daugllterimflNew m he 4iexandtr4lll lieiWaS piuc is due 11. I came In antiurrendered C He In the i beXor ex' week. I CHARGES- Tisrek-Foufib. Objectionable. cieariythe TarIr threc-qearter. position jurisdictton following taxi three-fourths-loss ef a centof Istbat I I I theew I were Thebillls SAVEDTIIE CUILDSLIVIL Mra. 1fl Averted Thls man year whose the eais WANTS lId- llI ning- bare U. B. iv e bl also I future. faster and 5 andN54h 555051 Many Nashville system'S most wererSeflL thecradieOf the 1 4. James Herald and gave be encouraging 5tatsment that the odOmg mndusti7 sow presents a most cheertm outiOO- jujiwuse matter of course. said that. as work during paSt on weele. for weeks prevloun they had niorkeil that they were thi and still are excellent humor. and steadily tuning coal lliafl ever before ifl the hIstOI7 thIn IndustrY In Iaha1s Mr. there ale no expresSions flhliboust. tey among the mm. ad the dlgeatiefae0ta now resume work i with renewed zeal. Is hopefUl that the year will be a most prosPetelil OCt tO both oators und emploYes and that the annu- outPUt Of 10 will be the largest ever known and The tj1yegaor I Keep bla JanUafT Governor Oatss aas rented pretty brick joInIng that. urch street Icehla54 will tthge On Chief Justice Brie occupIed Chic It ojefl tO before the city yesterday for the arr1vei I understood. putting the' purPOse. Ii Society antldPitm Sirs house In orde removal here with a- Oatesi 1erma great de2 ijiIngs Latest Cua 1ontgOlC1. JanuarY a. CMaslnhI1ithe 19uliutevazgel oL.ra- 5 a i 5" a t. uo form fame NewOrleans t rgfor Januar large atL otthe 5 TROOPSIflAISED a. Fre TOblo letlerto the ebe myflrm t' lred me rI a1sht It were of' the atail sisny or llellwhlcb t 4t1IOS lght tbe' Japanese. 4 to lbe News Peking' say Ti. recentIiepeuintedsu foftes DOstpsI0hl dz causeof his deiThe otit pbs war and srrttngrneati aciSpaa" conlmles1enq eziyoyf. owIng te' 1bds baa created a vaeanq to S1L TOftSlI VID. the to Jew forse. aW' ers a g"i iillghtCompstbsofl the we' aeemtOCtafld SomWI Thedi55ter OUTCWOOfl5ki10 ou mustbear It aloneTbis Ii oe' true of thotti wbo the an whD gr1bb ei he am said canonhuMt Sufferers. have bei' dlCa1sirla a the f.f- oney. cloth- by any Asne4. cans. 0' Soft. 4. taotoflta. ofibe b RU4 I be Comp.titioJ- 4 to Teiegraphand f- trios- holding of a ebel variousIinsi The 1lMi IdIOts asszsMsstII P55115 thattbe ofllltUs t AtascptstbeCbalIenge The' sent. lelegraiS mornl tnd the TO1 VTafleffif3Itli 3 o AnxIety for the Sluch th for coait. a CehoenbaekSSeuiteaee Co seonqd formallY who gas ottiso I. lridedOver bp the 1pIV. 4. tei receiving the goveinmenti kl.-Idde 5e ot 4 Ad YidDeadLaieL Madrid- January PVJ hIcII e a en JaniWr 3 founddead In Catbollea.WPkt' flome. 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