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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. -------_ PRICE FIVE CEMTS. THE "FUTURES" BILL. TERMS OF THFBUTTERWORTH BILL Bucket of Say. lu April 8 house commit- n, ilturo tod .y reported to the liouse, 1 mi." t! .15. to de- op'tVns in I futures and to Impose a spec- Hue "I _ ,1 ial tax in i Tho tirst fine Hi' m s lit tl tbeh-'l in loll ul colt i be Of 111 ol tl" A i it Hi Bill rk an therein, etc si. tions of the bill cle- ur t transactions known as option contracts ti( 11 mentions to wli They are, wheat, corn oats ,1 s ,n other farm stiplcs imp -i, a special tar ol n pii.ms ind futures as dt 1 i nx f cents per p t, .its pir bushel iiponarti.lis m t'i> si 1 ica matter of sales under ,n 1 11 c, utraets Other sections t r ciirjingthe ,U into OlTi it H rilir rOWMITTEF S4Y rt M is also submitted In LJS the bill m terms doe .1' in r liuuer e-apieswju Mr Butler tuning stated that Mr not well enough to continue l.ls agreed Hint the Montana i laid aside for the day, and the anti-trust LIAR EPITHETS TO an. tin Mr to the clerk's desk and had id i telegram receded Hell in Montana stating that at theilenlo" n that city jesterday, the democrat hau elected thur n, b> o, er 300 nuiioritv. an that the umbhc-ius (who usually hiel major of from 400 to GOO) had earned onl TWO TENNESSEEANslH A QUARREL Mr. Mr Pb.lan Publl.Les 9eier.l tlclea-The Little Sent. 1h. son trust bill 1HI TUV ST KIT t- i thon it '40 t up the -mil r i J from the judtcmv coin is rip rn a i (the b 11 having been read) while the was notallI tint he MB. KAKDAIX EBT SICK. Il Delirious Times and Very Times WASHIKOTOK, ApnPs-While J Kandall's condition has been serious at all times for many months, he has been worse dot- ing the test two or threo days His which is usually clear ind bright, has at times been clouded and he has not seemed what was gmng on This was attended by an alarming loss of vitality, fears for the were entertained while in this condition, But this morning he began to rally and Ho was said to be better at 11 tonight THE CZAR IMPBOV INC. He will Keturn to tfce Palnte on tbe The Blotons Students Si TrTKHSBlRC, April 8 -The Czar has eiitnelj recovered from his indisposition He return to the imperial nalace at, Gats- clmil on Apnl 20th. A, comniission _ of lished tho lispitch in full Mr rhel in sal would ropi, to it He however, retusid to make, a i, Cement er, or to aisciRs the matter THE CYCLONE AGAIN. OHTO, VISITED ST A SE- VERE OA'-F. A FACTORY THROWN TO THE GROUND And of EmpIoyeB CbnfUetlne from Piopli- etBtown, Indiana. AKCHKB'S LITTLE DFAI- The Legislature Commltti-e Cettinc at the Bottom of the Facts BALTTIIOBP, Apnl ncrild ot Wednesday wll! Mv II that some falls will lw in connection with the Archer defoliation, when the legis'ature committee ajnio.iitwl to investigate btate Treasurer hers IK counts aud of business ine month me re wheat the world r, it i isuii destr.nim; trndc "ml "h n ts d. m tho beld ami t I." m iroducts below the cost of I All 1 I 1 in fictiti >iis i lodtict' o i. mmittoc st itos that tl o miiktt tlic in'lnen U lluig 1" 1 1 tl l c 11 pr. deletion 1 he comnutt. e 1 ,lt of the constitutionality ol tho in. i arc ADDFD amendment to section two of Following is a copy ot AGAINST THE SCHFME Gladstone and taboniliere
r onor jndje decision and that no anpcal a trackabout 1 nan im.u agall eastern limits of tho c-ltj and a long distance cliequer in tile countrv The umbrella factors of The "deal' v'ounK womeu'v.ere was crushed like an egg shell Mairy of the girls escaped but other, were oauglH m the filing Dora Talmer, aged n ueteeu had he. crushed and Qied IsihioHirdiiig was seriously injured atom the he id Miss Brush had her coll i bone hrokf.nindwasotli.wise injured other gills wliose names are not g ceiied mpmes Mai.j b.rns were down and other small buildings were wrecked Trees were uprooted and fences ton. djwi. in all directions The force ot the wind was un pretee'ented m that section referred to by Herald M drawn to Archer s order as staiolreis- nrer, but the funds were not all placed to the credit of the state 1 he bun s Belair special sais At con- siiltalu n ot Art her s frionils i d. cided that it is inexpedient for him to makB astaltimcnt I'li.s is considered to mean that the idc time h ol hi- is 111 iklll iitirelx stau nu ihindom d AONTHEK SI I Kepubllcan g h from Collins, Ohio a few miles CHK AGO 'S-l Louis Mo tothe Daily ...is Advic. s rceened here at J o'. lock this su> tl o Milage of Prophotstowi, 111 h ,s be, n from the face of the earth h> a tonndo The ed not mam street v, is blown down and the steeple earned fully one liundred jards LISTOFKULFD The only names of dead now obtainable T IVM VANCi. Btitionagdit buried in the f the depot to certniits of enitmi... .mimttte of thirtc.i, ire wiU, July of rccouciliUn tl o li in in 1 w ith those members of the I, wli u i, or free coinage At t I., s isible progress w is 11 a 1 tl tine being Sl'eiit mi i unl'iris i )I tli I r l.iisot i" a- ic< on the question now pendint, iKj ie c unless THESTlUKhSIN CHIC Vf.O 111 Out 15ut Iho Spnu-tiehl, Ashlmd Millersburs Dajwn, ami ifumlt'on Mixed .osults m f or of the demol r Us b mieil at I K Sin Pi bill pillt.nllj prolul sale t uticlos for tuturc dell, cry THE ANTI TRIST BltL. It the Montana Contest Case ISHISCTOS, Fdmunds gate I, tnotli.t as sw.. as the Montana election cii w ul I bejlisp ised of, the judiciary c. m n tto. Kill eudea, or to bring up the nntl t ist bill asnportolby the i ommittce in obe ill! it the i rdcr el the senate Mr II nr i TOM iited n memorial of the Um TCI ihst mimsto s of Boston and de cl iring protound regret at tho defeat of the The rennhlicaiis elected the ,rof..i.lI (am ,uii'stown rimii Vth, us is U Mlnmc no 1 1 irgely for the independent candi ncil in the lirst ward There re-a rity Itep pt.uiiil I ar.l Bill. 4_pnl M.Clammv aim Morgan have united in SIe Clarnmj ,osition to the compoun 'TKonVk la? Apnl 8-In the municipal ilecuon jestird'ay, tho democrats elected an assessor and four aldermen lele'toT.ous'ti health, butnutnt.ousandwhol Therefore, there is no need for legisl THF 10VTAM CONTEST Tho senate tl ell resumed consideration of o Moulin, contested e cetion case and Mr tinned his argument in fl, e ward but two for aldermen _ The Kliode Inlnud R I A. pril 8 and hat the public has boen deceived by false labels, the nufacturers solmltanly dirsaml loui- M 1 ugh member of the committee on OLI s and olocti iis argued in fa, or of the loclarliig Messrs Clark and had e titlJlV LUU agreed to brand their goods "compound laril, ndarel.v.ngup to their agreement andI, n. ters SYiny ci, lirms and "fourt< eu police weio woumlcd poisons ,i ere arrested__________ Germany BFKIIV Aprl 8-It .s St.ted that Em peror William will appoint a court of honor to leal with miariels i en othccrs in the aim, The emperor will inly permit a duel to bo fought fora blow or insult to a lady relatnoorhinceowhenthe offender refuses to ipol Tlu- ,11 be Pardoned Today bet circuit courts appoint n and admit persons to Dan aim THI. SISTAKE FAII.UKE. How the Defalcatmn Was Found a Statement NFW -ioitK April 8 [Special ]-The as siKiinieiit of W H M Slbtare Harold Clems, oWe h-m ol G. K Sistire Sons, bankers and no palmar comniere il importance SO BVD AS KIKST KEPOUTED The reported loss ot life at Prot-hctstown unfounded A dispatch Just receded b the general superintendent of the Chicago Burlington and Quinc, railroad, from th railroad agent at 1'rophetstown ,S a. follows i i, it t O I IOC .truck I'roph KesuI.eoT firm it was stated that they a statement to gr tho public The firm's affairs are cor sadly mixed and ,s placed at half JjmHion rsoiis hurt With tne one sto'ek tram are on tune which accompanied a cycone which S41I vJin'o ____, struggle and anl, geen Chan Her who- certain y who did the cutti, g .an i er wmj 1STJimo Z-- i-IJ'S haiids ot Chandler andjie isuow m jail Tho U.nal From pence! in the othce and was ...formed that the linn would be glad to accommodate him with a largor amount The customer replied that he had borrowed noth.nz and did not need ac- commodation This led to an investigation that resulted in the discovery of the shortage THE TKU.KB MlSSIJfG And so IB the Forty TfloOTand of a Money. WoRrESTFB., Mass April 8 Kunball, thirty five years old teller of the People's Sa, Ing bank, m this city, is missing and with him are of the bank's funds T" e bank w.ll lose but as the ideltty andCisna'ty companj, of Ttork, is on his bond tor S10.000 This loss will 111 no w: Its taju last Wednesday when he left, saying he was going to Boston to a dog A Bank MAVHATTAH, Kan Apnl 8 -The Manhat- tan bank closed its doors morning and posted the following notice,
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