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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. PRICE FIVE GENTS. XXI. ATLANTA, GA., riLLHAVETOGO RECALLED ise Were the from Vir- majoritv, but _ r 400 Waddlll .otingon account ol imcts Thodemo- nittee were willing reported but as nt) of the commit ,g W addill and, wishes ol the committee and to draw up the "A? the suggestion of Senator Farw ell. Sena- tor Havv ley was selected as manager ol tho bill 01JustbSore the adjournment ol the senate this afternoon, Senator Haw'ev reported the bill with the amendment reteircd to Of the Him and Colonel Fleming. WA8HI-OTON, April 11 Phelan has furnished lor publi. ation moiit of his difficulty with Colonel Homing, of Knoxville, in which he say: THE PUTSAKD CALLS. EYCJMJVOES PROTEST CLAIM IT WOULD DO GREAT DAMAGE They Argue Were Stopped In This Country. Europe Would Do All tlio Business 1 Ml Mill- i ale aiij t.re it re pitta II 1 i bj all m of the hcrois of s, duel ihc 1 ito i the other S >i i jeirs i mod Hull belter is WASHIVOTOV. April 11-An hearing was bad this morning bj, the. committee on a worth bill to forbearing I o show how utterlj groun Hess ment is Mr Vhelan describes tin state of gnculture upon the Bulter- dealings in options and futuies The present delegations from the TSew York produce and cotton exchanges Chicago board ol tride, New Orleans cotto. exchange, all protest against the passage o the hill which has alreadv been recommended bv tbe conmut'ee Miirrav Nelson, one of the commissioners Cook was the first speaker represem ,ng tho Chicago board of trade Mr said that the Chicago board of trade and all exchanges m the countiy were 111 svrnpaaiy with the obiects of the bill as otprossea tho first abolish trading in priv r 'puts and and buck, t-shop deal ings But to enforce llie provisions against Hi H as trade made for future delivery of goods hit of tho business small dealer, and conceiitr ,te trade in the hand, ot Mr. asserted that owning .pliuoaT ?nd necessittes ol the oTtonitrad. the producer conld no' ectly to the consumer, 01 en W he he cannot tell what grade his ill bo when gathered He was lUastratuig a .case mhi i Jhe modus operand, of trading by a srn exerience where he had sold agent mill a where he had sold loan of a Havre broker for a French cotton iareo iiuKvber ol bales ot cotton the cotton in existence at the trade was made Chairman the kind ol transaction we are reaching lesponded The proceedings of the committee were m terruptW by a yea and nay vote in the honM. As the members left the room they were en .aged In an animated discussion with vis- AT DEATH'S DOOR. aos. SJXVBI. J- A.WA.T. BULLETINS DURING THE HIGHT. At Two O'Clocfc tfce SaT Momentarily Tfce WASHISOTON, April 11 -Representative Randall's condition continues unchanged from A Tragedy of JtfffmltfT Before Ih Court. SAVAV-.AH, Oa Apnl 11 [Special Man- noeA Bnttimer was put on tnal in the supe- rior court todai for cutting Policeman McMur- ray Decembi-r IWh, last Buttimer was in- dicted with his brother Dan, and Thomas F. Ixwett, Jama" Bucklj and William Barrett for assault with intent to murder The de- fendants preferred to be tried ama the first named is tned This is bo- cause the policeman says that it was Mauncw Buttimer who had the knife w and who rday, save that he is graduall} growing wcraiid weaker It is thought that he will last the day out, but his great endurance canhardlj sua tain him more than a en few iiaiu'j u __ ____ ulounc a He easHy and sleeps stabbed him. while the others were but in the assault These or some of these iplaint was made to the police, and ho was sent to ar- S3 i a challenge and Col, iicl Kichanl State i n-.e- were acicntod He ir Hiehiiioiul to I ht i the two men had tiUin e1 ik in the at >n ,Mrcd he hid fi.rn >Ut 11 Ihe caps of Uicldle .oiild not ht, and I'.iernc a sec- 1, and get some capo MH- r VVISE ,e cr would not consent to that he was to t with says that .10 mpre hear ings ill be had_____ THE CASE. Closms Speeelie. In Contend umcnmsumHTt of the commit r'Kgan said that he did not care to ad- nd tin the tli it I But I. have JlT'.n AmVcr .f God .Iso bv tn ol man but f jurv tl ,1 :1 the oil, i ,1 distin, tion bitwc en ilomj 1m t forbidden b> tin ,ein expiation f... bidden but I ito r, Bi nroceeuea 10 oxui t, b) vv Inch gram le ichcd the market producer, in winch operation, the' local agent, broker m a money center anil binker were all engaged and vasbjilU stibbid in the l.irk with large-blidcdkmfe He knew who were large-blidcdkmfe He knew who were m the gang and thcj w Cre all arrested ana locked up for a night, but soon gave and out B tier feeling arose betuecii er Mc- Murrav and his fni.ii.ls on the 0111 si li and the Birtuniers on the other The ise it itcl unusual interest VI hen on the s and on ail- misMon vi as obtained trom McMurriv that hs perjured a hen he applied f.ir iiitural- papers At midnight the case not concluded BILL K'S SON to Kill Him Bill from rdthat the proposition on the side wns that tbe senate an, U This tune imk.tUMldiebe.ger sleet .md E, r wmt tho m'uk El bci'er ,t- d erfe, tlj sUll a moment in fhl ,t I h, n he 1 rt his pistol off m I sad ,t I h, n e .is es turned Midwalkins tow ud Wise IhavntKOt aiijthmg V and ts we can t .hoot straight, I reckon sailed, and so tbo npiedhewas sailed, an so d 1 en le 1 M >nj cmel enoURh at the tmc t; mtmato that tho pistols w eie not t tl at i P shi ,tlke s man, and Riddle h i I mother District of Ir. m eh a duel resulted Pejton on me ins how er, took s I oiige The duel IMS W od Vvi i, will mi t nnorrow but he 1 and elected to tho next J am h iv o not mv ited them in thtir ,1 i Curtis savs unless v ei> soon Birmingham h. n 11 Livn 3h I Vr, w re 1 i ,1 i, n to the Southwestern ,t u M i l h" Washington, in Is menNow i ork M ijor is i elictod prebideiit and I IK of Ml set ret ir> Ul i cuts here were Messrs r Sw iviie Hunter, L, 1 heis isli is for Of, rgn tod v LOCAL. BiMCS CCICID MIT 8IJPPI-V THF In answer to the question b) Mr Allen, of Michigan, Mr J.olsou said that local ba.il s could not supply aid could not get s, (he-cut money to move the crops of the country, nor could a local dealer or agent It must be sup- plied from the mono) centers Kelson P Refeimigtotho taxing MCtion, asked why if the believed Ihi bus. ness to be honest license w is .limed t r tainlv not for revenuo to be deiived If the I" ness is to be made a penal on erne vv.iv U saj so m the first instance, and declare it uu H0i> SAMUFL J good part of the time His rest ,s natural in L state of ,11 health and there ...vneed to mve him aiij to induce sleep He takes nourishment regularly So f.ir as pi.....- perfect quiet maintained about the sick that ha hi h ATHK-VS, Ga Pledger Jr is now into another sera all th it can be'earned but he hurting body but himself this tune It is ciirrentlv re- ported, and ver) gencrall) believed ih has attempted to commit sun di bt -ins. father chastised him The ithtr over into Msdlnoii coiintv to a pi only the darkies know how to rfivc, an.l while m the free state imbibed a little V ill he be Ih. re or v. ill he be i A Milltaiy 1" Ga Mril p'roh bit dialings i lutures i as i The} not bii of an ai K U at ictnal Icsi'imiti could be entnli Ihinl term iiituh misunderstood i bet upon tho price a fut-ue tune They wiio eoiitiaets for goods tint d ml tint vii' tnf'iiid in tli nt of sine illation in nied nisi is, time is speeuli- bcen terrltona] canvassing tpl o'lduct ca board he nuimation was Hell- nU r 'ra lucid Hurke from cotton pro couimv to Nevv Orleans and to nmthcin cistirn mills, relative rates on c uiitomnressed cotton, relative tr msportation and opposite ing and sse and metlu ds of 1's h Vumifihed an instance not fraud but of sue, csful villainy. out tho f mita ol its dime and boasting r v e notice that on Monday he should there might be an Saturday's sessions to hist, holdl otit Air 11 ask tin Alonli call it up 1 mil. rs. mums that SatimU were t, he dcvot, ,1 to the calendar THE Busalan Boys ST PETEBSBl'KO.Apnl J Colin r Jr av be useful to Inn oln something moi A finer bodv it the and in distinguishii si' d.adl> ild le ha-d to lid d g rls' L, directions 'ine poillLS ue and Meridian to >ew Orleans of to- CO I Itv 1, in 1 x I him is u, 1 i- Ihc in. lull irbor pliticla ,i i 1 I i leaturts i CVLI M earn, s taUn c u ef i i-i. c i u' v, ami ih 1IIF 1 ST FOSTOt FTCK. rr I the Au- thie tho chimes are, under this u, s i moil ccrtunlv for mouths to 11 has be.n c >m 1 i cxt It, a sirrct 11 e bill -ia is fa rl> ell and ba AI .1 irasti entire i l K, J T Hi tun T! vv ent home toil-v smivvl ltd h irttn d IVmiii, ,s i n to-tunuilj tsillirtrwith s >ino sp nai troiui ml is uiiil IvU. v, The a tli. u tiesh-ie li n .hen, his uditu.ii wiuld allovv 1 im t, n 1 tin ilutu t the olliee t biar uioii an iM.r, it is be vill result m the tc'-utioii of Major ilojce _____________ E W B THE WOUL1> b F1IK. The Bill to be Reported to (be Senate-Some Amendments. WASHIXQTO-., Apnl 11 he senate quadro- centennial committee met this morning and ordered the w orld s fair bill reported with some amendments, one of w inch was Mr Daniel's propos lion in a vhat emasculated form. The comnnttie at t'e suggestion of Senator Gray modi! cd the provision with respect to the presid, nt sitished of the boiia n le character of Chicago's subscription by making it read that he sh 11 be satisfied otthe "respon- sible of the subs njmoiis before m vitmg foreign nation" to participate The amendment w is modined so as to pro- vide that some time ,11 tlie date not tbe time for opening the sitioli, th, re shall be an international naval di pla> m New York harbor and Hamp- ton Kuads and a civic ce'ebration in Wash- ington at die time of tbe dedication ol the statue proposed to Columbus There is no appropriation mado in the bill for these celebrations, this being left lor con- gress to provide sometime m the future. The Chicago men agreed to these amendments in the hope that it would facilitate the bill's pass- age, but had them so modified as not to inter- fere with or detract from the opening at Chi- Hisc'ock, Hawley and Daniel was appointed to I points above leports an Lr 'to as being i.iilition A eonimnniciti ha7.ud, Com ordia pansl- the Tensas nvei i i Iiom Hap- the water fro, inning over the levees nd raptdlv filling "Tvlh nded. He Quits tne Orund Army. C 11 be' ovviver, mav. alfoid an mtercstiiv at i coiieliisinn KV1MSHIM. S ,NT IK, HFS Between the v ars IsJb and the widest uctuation m the pr, e >t middling cotton m Now pound in am 0110 thenairovsest 1 tent, and the average rniual rbietuatum cents In the period from 1 the widest fluctuation 111 an> one cents a pound, the nairowest Alton Nomination Conftrmed. WASHINOTOH, Apnl 11 -The senate has conhrmed the A Grant, assist; Lewis mt secretary ol war, Brigadier A Miles, major general. Col ___, ermnul at Kheims. K. iel D tl ci- ngier, ol Georgia, consul at Kheims ai5ou, postmaster, Pnrant, Miss. Earthquake In Mmlne. jarth inn d tlie future delivery had greatly reduced aetuatio. i m the price of cotton In proof ions surround- of Tennessee, raised the question 124, nays m-to and Mr Lacej took the floor with m ai_'umeiit m favor of the claims ol contestant SI I SKIOKI1T OF THE WHITE Mr Oferrall, of Virginia, supported the resoluti 311 of the minority ol the committee on elections which declares tho seat vacant After rev lew ing the case in detail, he entered nito a of the race question, asserting the .npenoiitv of the Caucasian race, and cnt- icTsm the npiblicjms of tho north for haling done no po UK il favors to the colored men Tins was d, n ed bj Mr Morse, of Massachu- setts wh> stated that colored men had frequently sat m the Massachusetts legislature, and that the last valedictorian ot Harvard UK ni nontv of the committee for having aban- doned tbe sitting member after asserting .n their report that neither he nor hisfnends had done anj thing wroiuj. If the ground taken in the report was correct, this betrayal ol a brotrror was the most shameful case of deser- tion that had ever darkened the annals ol the honse He then proceeded to argue m to or of tbe contestant Mr Crisp, ol Georgia, gave an able presen- tation of the case of the sitting member as viewed from a legal stand point WMT A THOLSAM) YEARS Mr E B Taylor, of Ohio, said that the ne- gro might an inferior rate now, hnt wait a thousand years and see God's purpose unfolded But if they were intellectually inferior, they were not inferior in their legal rights As for the condition of affairs at the south, he asked the house and the American people il it could always be so and tho country oust He was loath to have a strong national law that would eo into the states, and still hoped that there was power in this country that would bring before las S' M'.Xs'.TuYra Archtba.d, a 5V of Washington, was fatallv shot joung ]ady% ___ v osterda) 'The'case is mjsterioic in all its wiJh a pistol, the through her body Death resulted the" Georgia, ar 11" Washington v i i i him. and asked th j 1 ins .....iit be granted 1 li ike said that in, ri liinesam them on the pruji t l" Northern could all the Georgi i lf any help do now w a.s n i it w uuld be giv on could bo giv en to anj >oa to this one JuneKei of a Minn V C Ai.n 11 I harles arlstrom left Wilmilig- (harles a dcr the doubt but that it w as suicide Fleeced a Brother Tra thimoff TIJ. negroes murderer escaped An Attack by RALEIGH. S C Annlll has been received of a desperate__attack Laa'died fromjieart disease The Went Out. ri the conditions surround- prees amounted to one one ailamiar or cents a pound, and p'e'r cent ol tbe crop has been dnoved .7 the future contract systom Sere wiped out.the exchanges iremen and Havrt lew Orleans would be toTranSerthebusmesa to andbnild Sd aSdU -nt allowed to boy and sell it, the about reform peaceably and orderly He spoke in kindness and in the hope that his woras would find lodgement in some minds. The black man was not natorall> an enemy ol the vrhite man In 18G2, when his master lelthimat the old homestead to go lorth and fight the army that he knew was coming to free him, had be abused the confidence reposed in him? He would rather have a democratic honse here, honestly elected, than to have affairs as they stand If God u just, I tremble lor my countrv said he, quoting Jefferson, and in conclusion he said "In the name of God. of. my country, and ot the constitution, let it be understood that the condition ot things shall be better from this on." The hour ol 5 o'clock having arriTed, the house took a recess to T .30 o'clock, the even- ing session to be tor the consideration of private pension bills. The house at its everungsesaion did no then made their A Mt. Fleaaant. CHABT-BSTOR, S C Apnl 11 Simmons, colored, was hanged at Mt P'easant Sday, lor the murder ol Otto Fishang, wlute, on John's island, October I6th last The mur- derer confessed his crime______ Awarded Blc CHAKtKSTOf, 8 C Apnl 11 company He sued tor S5.000. The N. Y-, April U 8TKACCTB, N. Y-, Apri The hearing oJ argranenU In a nk agmjMtthedelMltor J-etaon dowStartod.y in the jnme eo called out ol town. WATCBOM, Apnl ncond day of ffledge-Dom trial opened fob naming at Ha jury taoojjU in T loomy __ _ How They Will
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