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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TABIFF LEGISLATION IVOl TO AOTHXAG JfOTIJ? TU I W -BELIEVE. THE REPUBLICANS NOT SINCERE I ffoit- to Fntcr I the Work- There YU11 of lalk, but >o fcfltirt at Woik III There t to the which tttle b- MI could ini the 11 ami p mnythi 11 Vpnl 2 re rs f the i ormuitteo of Win eit to agree to what Mi ninff bill but it is .ut th it tht lo.idt rs are lauully i i i u ihu .Ine 11 tt pass s a nt to bt, tlie ititl r ur manufacturers in u r, n hump i in i fict utftout iffcrtirij. ti. V. n u of i xx i 1 irt} 1 L H F N n tin pHte i tc for the bill 1 I 1 Y H I P But i crack theM the fill pOSim tare-, t inte not 1 Ii J bu JH Un 1 JJTol pub i I; ifi f ti i ilitro will bt i i ir f rco the pi saitr- F 1 ill II in Ursti od to bo Me in U bul f< r hM and Uhsi 11 f tl t 11 iU lull of ISbS will ta.1 o i t i ulni t me <.t the it 1 i o 111 i nn I   mo iic itK n of it i Ml Lfc. Kt t I? tit I FT i T r m in i Qu e bt en rdi IT k_ il UK 11 uid the i atti udc j b t tho fvt tint iiPith i li U iiiUa. I in si uife fie bill t t i un ttet. IUUH lUs UiCi n i e r juilgiiKUt as to tho i it n i i s tht. i o in 13 bt i spt (i il o 1 i the tt ba 10 taxt-. hut ti K I I tnff revision ill ill M t 1 is i p as hud intu h t II )K do ill ciul tins c-. i n 1 II V I M VI I I 1 S f i fut i n xur 1 ith tl an pait tariiT and ti u L in tn it line ifiti N i end Ii 11 th. fa tl i i 1. I i 1 ir One THE ANTI-TRltST BXXX AGAIN. It Buck But the Committee Has Changed It. WASHINGTON, April 2 the senate, Mr Edmunds, from the judiciary committee, re- ported back tho rnti-trust bill in the form of a >ubstitute, and said that there wtut oue section 11 tho bill aA which he thought went Further than it ought to He would proba- not he in town when the matter would be tikeu up but some other member of the com- mittee wimM tike cJmrge of it Mr a tnembei of the indie ary com- jinttee said he rciifuritwl in the rejwrt, but i th the rstftndiiiK that there w aa i no sectKm of the bill which did iiot, m Ing opm ion go ftr tnouph Mr CuJioin asked whether thit was the section w hich Mr Edmunds thought W t Tit f 11- ost siid it He thoxight it was 7 Mr nn other meniljer of the commit- >o tho bill, far as it an a KK! one tho best that ronlfl he fraineu iimler the constitutionil of congress er com- rte, but theie one or two powers ho thought might bo scd omlj in dinctton of of trusts Mia comb natt ns, but h the committee In! not sec uropei to excrx ise ffe should sujt- p rt tho lull as repotted, but might offor iiiu-iuJmcntH looking to tho exercise of otuer Mr oke another member of the commit it cuiciiirtd in tht bill as oicept tl he lAould i tho section referred to In Mr "Vest to ti i different foim The bid 11 as then rend in Mr Edmunds said t! at as soon is tho Alontiiia "lection case was ilispdM. 1 f tho bill would bo taken up tol of tHeftHI in I J tr u t, combination, in the f trtn t A. r ofli i 111 aii> li tumblnatiOli f r c 1-1 ah 11 LC dccDittl Ouilty of ini-de me u or i id n fotiMctlou there le bv i nm not exieertmp orl.vunpns unmLiit u it extecJiuR year or h> both said sin tliedis rttjon the i urt t on _ i- n who shall mom polize- >r oinl im or conspire with any i ther or I i r i to in i ii oil? any i an of 0111 nun n c< in i  b 1 i 11 i--h u t n MM u ti MI of the c tut ti >n T I >t r mtr ct in in the form ot a tru I i otlu i e r ci uu i n strimt f i r uin t in inv ten it f tlit I in I it u i >t tht In 1 1 ict >t Ci hi-l ia r n tnc it i in t of 11 dt, ui cum i c In Uvteu vn> 11 htcirt ijnrtirnt fit tn i I n ni t >ti" ol ittwikii tlie Dlstrn i ol iiluiubii ind Ured illi inch inti M vra< 11 1 nl i  it ir j r >t i i this tlnre n11 1111% le Mini .nt> I 111 n nit t cud 1111% 1 i M f rfeirnre r T] rnj i i 11 tn pti ilU I ainl be the r t f th s tl tt i tlu t d t it t 1 11 o r li i i f In out -n i- tti ii tho J riit. uufiunco ipprt n t c ill ilt.li n bill w ati4 t i lit nitL thti PTO.LL crt t< tlu cjns ti n -if H o M nit ma t n i m x f tl n in j un iif it It mi, n lu  gave its to prohibition as experiment only, but we regret that latent announcement will bear the construction one of tlie duttnnee of tbe _ that .rtv lias A polititu organiawtion. hauno jost into tleclarafloB of primipfee a new Lot trine, unless it be one upon which aubstan iilH -11 meiuljcrs agree A largt number of repul Itcaus in Iowa arc and have always been,   ulheres to position upon quPHtiou inanitesttliat by adiierence by such B inberaliip t tends to exclude from ita uiemberaiiip all those who bclii ve that policy is fatal to the best inter e'-t-' of tho state W e that there are able ind itthful iu< a( tlw uartv who believe in pro nhitu i uul it would as unjusf mid to ifdnl t itJi) bv announrcmentf of am plationn s li vo ielt it unjust and unwise to in ike U'l r to our In sinuch is ii 11 1 t ot the part} are not ed on j  pursue It is exchulp from p irt> platforms Flu r x n nit nt f iier 0 pi ulubiti in lias hec faithf UK tin d in 1 in nmij i mtioud >f tlie at n each incnii er thf vt full lil ert% to act with re t to it as his nt in iy dm ct ni lias beon 11% i uitiimn >f tlit, at tte 1 ailed The rej ublirau I irU Ii it-. Jfirtl support   dt-iic to ict thepowtr 11 t i in i u li t n e to lixed liy the to it Uu the Rale  mn itte t tO 1 permanent i f loin the stmilpomt of !i i 1 ttif   According to Htxlge came to his house about tuidmght and cnllod him out and made a violent assault upon htm, knocking him down, when he galled to his son to got a gun and shoot, which tlio boy did, with fatal effect On Sunday tbe coroner ordered Em MoVey, o's house keeper, and her mother, who was living At Love's, to jail ___________ N A Bauk Ti-easur-er Murdered LTTNOHBURO, April 2 H Haddell, treas- urer of tlie b-uik, of Pulaski City wijHitl, robbed intl brutally mmdered near bis home vosterday afternoon Two white mon, suspei ted of the cnmp been ar- rostetl, and great oxcitemejit It Is thought they will be lynched before BUSINlLSS DISASTERS. Failure of Large Mill Assignm i I'IITLAPFLPHIA., April 2 A special to toU7ltV) to the WAS HE POISONED? A. JtEPORT TJTAT A3T ATTEVPT HAS TO TAKE THE LIFE OF THE CZAR, Bat St. Fvtonbarc Deny That the Ciear Taken Suddenly Hick -Other April 3 Berlin correspondent of the Chronicle says that a partially success- ful attempt has been made upon the life of the czar The name of the would be asjiassm aud the kind of weapon used are not known A DENIAL FROM ST PPTFUSBLRO ST PETEB8BCKQ, 2 is learned from reliable sources that the report of the char's ha% nig been attacked by a sudtten illness health is uiitrae The is in perfect 1TIX.I. BE ROYALLY ED The Emperor of Germany's Orders Ahont the American 1 is J tors. BFRIIN, April 2 is said that the young emperor is of making an ostentatious show of his good to America, and that ho will the oppoitumtj offered him by the approaching isit of the American riflemen to take part in the coming to dis- play it To this end he has orderrd that honors usually reserved lor royalty are to he accorded to the guests from the far west, Thus, when the stars and stripes that tie to be car- ried in the street procession enter Brandenburg Kate, a salute of one hundred guns will be hred and when tho palace is reached two regiments of guards will form an escort for the national emblem of the United States Emln Vt 111 Kcturn to the Jungles. Z Aj nl 2 Fish a has finally accepted the proposals made to him by Major "Wissmaim aad lias entered the German serv- ice He will a salary of 000 a jear Ho has gnen up the intention of ictiiniiiig to Eimpt and will about the middle of Apnl for ictoria Ho will be accompanied by a and 200 Soudanese troops under command of German officers His decision meets with strong dis- favor in Zanzibar CONOfcMMNC. THK Tlie of Insecure Structures tn Louis- ville Rising Torn April Inspector McDonald has condemned about thirtj liuiJd ings since yesterday morning Tbe owners rcadilj accepted Mr McDoiialdN views as to tho insecurity of walla, and he had no sooner his opinion than they began tearing thorn n Manv permits for new build- ings been issued, uid the new buildings projiuse to be much more substantial than thooe Subscnptions continue to come in liberally, and today 118 was added to tlie boiid of trade fund Tt is now th.it the danger of a water famine has Mayor Jacobs today issued a proc'amation, appointing Friday next as a day of fistine; and humiliation in Mew of tbe 01 the toinido Voluntary subscriptions will be thankfully received TREES TORN t nt Al 1 f i n i uin Le 1 man nt nl i mitou l _ M 11 O Vll i I n alt in nt l i i i' ii nls fasti ai 1 he made some Th. Ui l t E nU 1 t' un 1 _ ___ VMI'ITION I1IH Cor Its Anti Tlor- 11 H t at i 1 K i i DIL LUl till. mi. HM-r it I t 11 1 i i 1 him tht d l! 3 nit of effrf- u ind iHhi u u t. ho of li v nt t aim wl M U si c him s[ i t tnM I U u a Vti trt 1 M n he illel the M in nl tn 1 u- 11 a blow fioiii the Ut c out like a, vln[ nit pr >mpt N into the Butter V ft w moi ru nt 1 in j i rt I re nforcoim u s it IniunJ Vsheoitiltd tin d or lie niyii who h til c V I ni iho siltvNilK, w Inch u ilteil in >i n niuus rout of tl o Ii i-> i l uud hi; ti ends ONfc. COIN I OK Ueport of the "Mon s A ml i ho hm se t nu n h ui ilt% H n 1" il n ihstut and tl mil rmiuhruV on m ti m f Mr Tnr HI of (.e< i i H f1 Hire tin h 11 is i- i sun 1 f n of almtUt i n v U il iin, C.a, tl mstimo of HIP roumnt're on rnm nitm bills i ill nu th< ronstiuc tt n T '1 n ll IM 1l te in tht n Mr Poi of Nib m Chirac of the till oicncl thodthiu with isj etch m its iheonh op sition to the ol f lihoca no fiom tl t Morimn- TJif-s pro test Hiiof tbor nstn t. n win h ih i.u lists 'tinists ui 1 poist us who .tit, Hiunben, of associa UMrV V insur t f "Slissoun premised his rf iiMrkswi 1 -i any sympathy -wiih tJ n.shtnt! 11 of big uiii hut ho rut L se Uhe .ion rt the c iistit n, tlisiranthi ing o Morni Iso ut her suit, m the umouh-ul t to wha. tins L institution lo eiif.ue N> Amovu-m be mnnshed without a tr ai 11 d a T-htanng Tin n il rei t i foi t; t.nt the THE WiK PATH. er "tt and i Cni Mo, Vpril 2 dispatch 11 om I unuiMtmi Mi, This monnng tin .ntsibis, lu xlc 1 by Mrs Williams and M-s I t i their campaign Armed ,v t i s U hiumiis thcv stopped C.us 1 h u i 1 i w i- 11 m 1 smashed six barrels rmitsi U It i n't h, stntt Phe wnmen n k p M s nn f tht w V. a" l "tirtecl f i U ts f HI i simtli, whuc a car 1 il tf I (r to the KUusm um I i i is suit tricked tn   1 t a r j All it feilcKV Australian tem nDVinJ-Nti' H I tion visit Id t TJu neither is cxtep nill> 1 IH rlhe ballot reform w a-, in .rujK il tJit0 in is giv in U sili firtinn The ctioit at ill penile i todaj The fmJuio is attnbute'd by Mr Hhoiles to tho general shrinkage m the of UI textile tahnt bind to the of markt t for manufactured stuck, of which a Urge imoiuit is stored up An Vestffiiment I" Va April 2 Aumpauqh Cohbs, one of the largest and best known dry n this cil made an Sssign Their liabilities up about Ihey tinned over siUhooiit Is tin mpiit tot! And the Roofs of Houses Borne Away by a small cyclone passed er this city last night at 8 o clock, doing much damage, dow n a portion of Mis A G West i store and almost demolishing Miss M V SI rrimn hi erv store ,lso the law ortire of Colonels men here M H Sandwich and J E F Matthias Trees and lenees laid low The citizens were much frightened, a? it looked >t one time as thought the n viould be .lestrnod n.l i reports I Pausin tlmr After other cities little pen out oo f f the ll the lu i iThiiK pi ii i s in 1 1 knlumns u p t Hints in iiuutlv tronl U lirsi consatntn IIA! fi 1111 in strut tn isnhieli I aif'r leirs hecn given In thi. ihiiiNof the, method the citi- in  u, hetwet i the luit, us this nen M tlie e of 1 eoin or Co ns th t wouui 1 e c inviit at the same value in alt countries repre Benteil lu this eoulerence, auii tlieieloie reeoui 1 That an international Vmeriran monutary union tie estaMi-lH d 2 That %8 a t ans for this union tional i om or coinn issued vr uniform in weight and nucness, and -nhicB uny n, an mt rna which shall be used in all countries represented in this cou eseiThat to give full effect to this recommenda turn there shall meet in Washington a comnils Bion composed of oue or more delegates from each nation represented in thifi conference, which shall consular the quant11> kind of currency th tiaea it shall have and the value aad proportion o the international silver coin or coins, ana toei relations to gold _, _ 4 That the president of the TTftited States in vite this commission to meet in Washington m yew a time or lesa, after the final departure o i ihia conference feh The then adjourned ontU Mon jday next. ]i7ed in the -I J.erry uepniupd sheets of paper with the 11 iinVs of candui ite> arr mgnd m four columns jt n nines ballot hoxes the size of a large ary olseisesto couiim them One person in aJt IJIMII can count sixty Consequently, it will be impossible to announce the result ol tho election until twouty four hours after the polls ire closed_______ THE Ml "MCI I'AC U.I.KCTIOK8 The Contests in Illmoia and AI nl 2 ons were held in a number of cit cs ml throughout Illinois .esten'aj I tlie democrats elected iearl> the entire ticKot, At 3p-mgfield they property to liquidate full A Dry Goods Failure. April K Towniend Co drj poods commission merchants at t Worth street assigned to Ja.ne-s t >ounp of rhiiadelplui PMTIR preference of 34J li to Tolm and James Dobson of Phila, ntlphia Ihehriu lias bad a rating of to in meicaiitile agencie-i The East Tciintssee's Purchase. April Keferimg to the an nnniK eincnt th U the Fast Tennessee, irgtnia igia lailrtal had purchased, ft r ?J WUXWi the sjstem, comprising the (_ i K i nuati Southeni and VUbama Cirt at South trn th( Commercial saj s Tins an nouiioomeiit is erronetms, in so far as it speaks of bujinj; the Cmcuiuati Southern It is leased lo the CiiiemtiAti ]Sew Oilcans and Tt Pacific company, which Jus a of   a syndicate hLitled by Baron Erlanger, and it is this faftj- mio cent w Inch is supposed to be bcooped bi the Lnce Thomas syndicate From Chattanooga to Oadsdcn- April 2 C E James, pnsitlent of tho Chattanooga Southern rail r >ail, today awarded the contest for building the whole line of road from Chattanooga to (.advlen Via a distance of miles, th< r ul to be completed and trains running wnhin six month-, The work will he com- mented firm the Gidsden end on Monday il hun Irt tl hands are already at work at this end TLho line is to be extended from Gidsdeii to Birmingham and Montgomery, Ala Business Men of OrcenvUJe, IJeny That There is Danger of ORrP-svrtrr Miss iiMlle cotton leanicl of thi nsa ti.nilaiidaHmiiMffioportsasti, tjic stie of affairs m CrrcemiUe being tt complied to northern papers, desue to iditt uj- x'cnionts unl to assure then fru n 1- c r inj cases of M n I merchants and othi r tit i mgf Of th despatch aie not suits from tin row [sn.mdh. of cotton CalllUK for Tents. NFW OILKV-.S, Apnl fr )in itksburg sajs the rel el eo Miss m count A tTNIQVE U5TTER. Written by Three Prisoners Before Ga April 2 essxa Lowory, aud Fhilhps escaped prom tlur Fannm county jail, Ixst night, bj wunng die oil from the lamp they had heir cage, aaj setting it on hrc They left tbe following note, addressed to Judge- Witk- row, ordtnarj erf thiecouuty JAII, March Jl Witffrow Aa we are expecting to fur a abort nd canuot hai e the to jou we mean" of retnrning our thank-, to or the kindness you havw abuwn us since hort acquaintance with e reprret very (meh to leave jmi uoder sm u (.Uninii.td.ui.e-- .hmhmg it will lie better fur ami as well lor he public good of the roimty we will Kave to 5our sinideo curpnse o return thanks to %our good Utijr f >i her heart- elt svmpath% twlipviiig her to one  ur leiie wi innit th( aul ot am e ur tluuik> t4> Jp tin a Mdu n Ua e lx 11 km i is to n L! I kv I AS hough sorrj u-i 11 sm h i p j o. f it it r menu in to d p i. e Yaniinell one of tht miRisnaie-- f ur mil-., liat Rose and haxe dn d not l t_na a the on th usaiid u< H homi thitlu re- '.retl th nk liiiii in nt t mo jii tu< UT u  n as i le. n tu irks h on Ut >n nir Kind trt itim i I nul tm 1 1 ty tiif tiuu t 1 j and H 1 1 v w re- main mr Ir ends 1 i I 1 nn FARMKU III I s >ion CHARI S C nl J fspenV ]_ A bomhsJieJl be expftnjed in tlieTillmva amp tomorrow J O Coit, who wis n imi- nateil oil the ticket a ith i iliinaii for In nteii int- ernor at tbe remit fnrmi rs comintim, aa deserted In a letter addressed to Farmet Shell, todav hesais h le I fully appreciate the unsolu iti d compli- ment which h is bi en pant me md desm to ix jress inj thanks t >r this i vnienre ot onndeiiru. 1 am satisfied tint odine was put Jor w ril der a misapprehension It annot lie din d hat the purpose of the was t> pU e ipon the t cket men who were in till with the letter of the chairman 'f the cretutne t omiiuttee >f the Jarmers lation aptam iniallmg the eoiututioiL men who indorsed the platform ad iptcd and who lived and would camasn the tatt ni on the issues thi run made It will snfRi lent for me t saj that 1 do not ull> Indorse the platform and for this and >th r ufneieiit reastms t aim 1 1 liter upon a in support as required liy tl sei.ti m >f he plltiorm In j i tl th n l li elf 1 leg to wltl !nw m% nu.r fi H Ih ti ki.t nggested Cult as state treasi ici umli i tl i fiist h mo. 3ratie adrninistration after U i pol tn i! re i- ution of Io7li and it vas dnr his ti'ii of nice that one of Ins i rks wi nt n ki d so crimini! a t was c'i 1 to li n i t In as charge 1 with ross in rn and si I n- iionlli resigned afteljuiakim; giwxl Ihp di -i it The fanners con 11 h tigt tin. d. UK i i it c if nt w it i i 01 tn  fn ,al 187li against u hinii P LU l n il f i icion had 11 sipd The n xt 11 ic of the sim suspici id Ihe Biddlne Spir Wtl.t Olf "H April 1 boom has strm I- th s sect on The sih of 1 ANMS 11 I IM gun 'ei.l iy the "r und e iger toni] ITeMil i vbi h hi Mhl II s j ti n nt M IR  f by About J t ipl ire a CM: twi i 1 >ts At am t n fionj f o CM. t i fu >t I he rei lain 1 s the i i nil" i to -11 Ut r ful 1 lo t  N t ,1 n >f i e f v i n J ith Fashtng for New Orleans. MPRIDUN, Miss Apn! 2 commission bed re whom was tried the condemnatory pro- ceedings today allowed the and Meridian railroad per mile for the right of waj 01 er its lines to the Postal Telegraph and Cable companj, which is seeking >ev> Orleans bj way of N icksburg Work is being pushed on this new telegraph line to reach Orleans at as early a date as possible Did Hot the Office. BALTIYOKK, Apnl 2 Annapolis dis- patch to the Sun states that Senator Bratton, president of the senate, refused the state treaa- nrcrship, tendered him by Governor Jackson Ilispri tty settled now that Treasurer Archer w ill be speedily tried for malfeasance in ofnce and be removed. for hfr> ttnts 1 his is tut tir-t a i fur'Tehef frniu any orguiize I U >ct let i eel The Ixmi'narn Xi ans and Te s railroad sat Clajton Miss an 1 ny r MCIO swept away ll is. morning____________ HicTriiln April 2 Mn Kate Eaton, of Round Hock is King i precarious coimition it AV oodstork s i' here, on the Ore it rn railroad She was en roiite to lU iml Her n I ti l i ered m crmnmtttc s n plj because she had aatlsfactiKm In JaaesviHe, the repabhcan ten fit to send a democrat to tins congress for -was indorsed by the [t was uufAir treatment and he s oiced the re- demotrats The council is a tie politically mbhcan as well as democratic Bentuueut ol Tite fnenas of the license earned the day IDC Toey MrLWACKBB, Wis., April 2 in Milwaukee and thronghout Wisconsin are Tictory ofthe state. The 3tauuton, a to the aauoual cemetery, near that point The house then adjourned____ A Dinner to Minister Reid. Apnl 2 dinner was given j laid to bitter at the white house tonight by the president Olic pneste and Another mt Work. BIKMINOHAM, Ala April 2 Jfo 3, at the DeBardeleben Coal and Iron com- pany, at Bessemer, was blown m today -with elaborate ceremonies Fires were lighted by Vice-president Milton H Snutli, ol the Loms- Tille and Nashvlllle railroad, who was present with a party of directors of that road An- other furnace at the same place will be blown in next week.________ vn Appeal. Apnl is understood that the attorney general will take an appeal front the decision of the court of claims, whicn makes the government responnble to members of congress for their loss of salary through tne Silcot defalcation.) tJ j In an- i i omorrow thtt I I nJn is of v I I lots will n t IV r.anrt 1 in tho city. c s i e will be cry 1 for as the ,i- with monvy and i tin hut. llKollK A] Ml 1 nalked off the tram this morning m sleep Thetnni was runmiig rainJIj liusband is with her_________ Explobinn in a WILKESBARBF, I'tt Apnl 2 -B} an e" plosion of m 4 slope of the Siwi u- hanna oral mine, at >aticokc, three men MHO killed, fourseroosly injured Jnd two V 'V Injured The nunc was not dannKfl gaais sapposed igniteU Iroin an Unip __-------------. Boys Burtea Alive KT Lon-i, While R H BaskerMlle and K 1' Woniniack, rang i g n age from en to nineteen N ears, pi iy mg 111 a sand cave jesterdaj, near V ernon Texas, the Ijauk caved in ou them aud all were Jailed Washlnffton Jockey Club. WASHINGTON Apnl 2 purse djTided, for maiden three year-olds and uiiwjrd fnrlongs, FarUieniaBfirst, San Jose Gypsy Kmg third. Time 1 Second race, parse divided, for thr e e .r olds, six furlongs, P.I1 AL.H Crst, Little Eila -cc ond, Faustina Uurd. Time 1 divided, for nllm two attie T. Helen V a'- many of the leader, neit Sorember It tbefightta Boyte In BAI.KIOB. N C Apnl 2 Charles, pastor of the Catholic church here, authonxes the statement tonight that he Priest Boyle has gone to Scotland for the pur- pose of entering the Trappist monastery there. Besays he adfnsed Boyle to go there, and be thinto that he has done so. FoUcenavn CoututEDS, A.pnlj.2 morning Officers Morris wad were relieved from duty by lUvor 1 La J t M  from our it> wish to go to All-win on i th t.jjon 111 tie it! 'U expr I'rfs An ftlort liroi ost 1 to f il 'i on Mem to p act n ai-i> e Ki nes each soldier graM in Mjrt t 11 II fnn-u Liquor I in KOWF f.a [Sperial ln-on c rdinaiicc tlie amount for 1 qu >r dei'e-s J! 'KOlx-r >'ar jmaWo in adiarico, thi-iitj r r i id fi .m UK birroomi tarday t ir 1 r-t-n SKICI1O 1 l.rfe fir ns df cfJeJ li, witl hai frf in II" e nx. F SehK i id C I Balev The bwr licenia oiu-s and priiis taken hteuiis _______ ____ Cotton ORK Apr 2 -Futi were tinner tbe Li market .JiiiaiipoinU <1 tlniau- ot port n OD 1 1 an J JaTJ-t were 
                            

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