Atlanta Constitution, April 29, 1890

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April 29, 1890

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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. QA., TUESDAY StQRNINQ, APBIL 29, 189O. TEff PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SPEAKERKEEFS SPEECH OUTLETS ALL PRECEDENT TO THE acted favorably OH Lyman's report, and a ory feaucy letter as addressed to Mr. Wln-Loui, citing tlio circumstances as above OF states of the union, introducing liquor of whatever description in cases or kegs, or in single bottles or flasks, despite anyjtegislatioit of those states on the subject, and although his on n state should be the only one which had not enacted similar lairs TTe would require affirmative and explicit legislation on the part of congress to convince ns that it contemplated or intended such result TOT.ICK FOWKR OF A STATE The dissent then quotes the ''license in which laws prohibiting the importation and sale of liquor in original barrels or packages was upheld Common experience has shown that the general and unrestricted use of intoxicating liquors tends to produce idleness, disorder, disease, pauperism and crime Tlie power regulating or prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors appropriately belong, as a branch of police power, to tlie legislature of the states, and can be judiciously and effectively exorcised by them alone, according to their MOWS of public pohcj and local needs, and cannot practica.il> if it cm coiibtitiitionilly, be wielded bj congiess as a part of tho national and uniform system The statutes m question were not enacted bv the state of Iowa in exercise of its undoubted power to protect its inhabitants asiinst the CMls physical, moral and social Attending the free use of intoxicating liquors Tiioj art, not aimed at interstate commerce Tliej Inie no relation to the goods from one Htate to another, but operate only on intoxicating liquors within the territorial limits of the state They include all such liquors without discrimination, and do not en mention whore are made or wht-nro tlttj come They affect commeice much more remotely and indirectly than the laws of tho state, the ahdity of which is un-f.nostio'ied, autht tho erection of bridges and dams acioss waters within its limits which wholly obstruct tlie couise of commerce and or thin quarantine laws, which operate directly upon all ships and merchandise coming into ports of the state O-sORESS SHOULD GIVK RFLIFF If the statutes of a state, restricting or prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors within its territory are tobo heM moperitivo and void as applied to liquors sent 01 brought from another state and sold bj the importer in w hat are called original packages, notwithstanding it is not with supervisory power over of local administration, the responsi-bi itj is upon congress, so far as the of inteistate cimincrte concerned, to remove rho restriction, upon tue state in tit al-ing with impoited irtieles "wlm h not been mingled with the common mass of prop-eity therein our individual views may bo ab to the deleterious qualities of particular articles, we cannot hold that aji> articles which congress as sub-lects of interstate commerce are not such, or that wbatevei 110 thus reoogmyed, can be controlled by state laws, amounting to regulations, while they ictam that character, ilthongh, at the same time, if directlj i Henry Tjjng, on agent for a Wisconsin uho wis lined for selling r without iice.ise ittacked the cuiiatitutionnl Itj of Hie law on the ground lhat it cnmp the chief justice in this case concludes as fi is! mi, the cotton of South t irolim, wines of ilifoima hops of WaHhington tob iceo ot iitd CUIIIH client, applies to ill eoni miiihtii ui wlucli tho right c.f ti.ithi exists, H bj the the is ions of eonrts and the usiijcs of the .UNDER but said (hit if the state p'-uad people ia a better position, the st-ue hid right to make the vim h -not Id present those d.str cts from icNps into tlif position from which tliej bad been rusad, ilr scheme couhf be cafe'> stituted for ibe government's, but the n eut might limit the bill to hohlin of latf than rental Sir William ernon Hircourt Mr Chamberlain upon his skill iii sk itina upon thin ice Ho felt whether his speech was for or ust a reading BE SKXT ISTO A. PROHIBITION TnlXITT SirJEK OrEHFLOlTIXa ITS postmasters appointed today wens .Irs B Cochran, Fairburn, Campbell county Wilhe E ay, Troupe IMPORTANT DECISION SEEKING HIGHER And Toner. "I Int.> Mero Ma-chine t.> tin- K.-publlcan UuuusWItli Other Bailey, Hardmont, Elbert county, H S. Satilla Bluff, Camdeii county Mrs Crisp and familj will retnru to Amori-cus Thursday. Thej spent tlie winter iu Fleui spent to day here THF ATHENS PO-iTOKFK K The- fioin tlie or Athens to Mr "Wan aiuakfT, tho if t 10 noniinatioii of Matt is as postniittor at I hen will c some t Indeed, it is just possible th U Mr tt marnaktr witli'Inu Hie uoinin itian, is jet up" in tho se nto Ho i is hot 11 r-uht r im huml to do so for some 11110, but the thn ils of lib I'lnl i 1nin i n Ui-1 I' h 1 l It is i MII i" In n the 1 li of tl 0 i, mil 1 i i IiJ.nl .-In BioiUth i tin r in rlli i sim'h teruui u, nl i" 1 1' MUIS iiuli.u orcil to i iii -ni li i il' n> m I tl north In nt i 'H- 1 -I" i ssutiimnl-, sstothicnhu.il '1 iITu s n tin- smith, (or the tisi 1 "'MI f tl mi ill m 1 ,kiii, sun- 1 j the puntj f! cli n IN hnt n i H inteniloil to wcnro tlu iiitiiHiit if ripuhi cin 1 n ill to falsifi tht r, tl i 0 uit1 Ihe e Ktion of reiulihi in n i i i fi i i the south ulietliir tho in iifi i In! or nit Mi Bee'li-1 f tint il i s f p, htm ins wliu wllli'Htitt it iu huu t Kitp tho iipthh can ,uru in I'inu HI--P, i.h it I ill-burs deinoitstri'. s tin II, Mio p, iple it the wmth jiistifi iitiiin', Ihi-, ititimciit is ab-olituK nn i hiil a propir f. r tl truth ''ny Slit h i tiling 11 tl pol tl, laii who to sit) tlu tiling V loos n, >t to preserve anajiptaran i f No IHCIS--I tj cm justiij siiih sKiiUrb and abuse of a peop't SQUtliorn men is i rHs-i, will ilwijs he foun 1 nut to mj pr ntiple of honor olio who kn MS th in is ire of this, and such uttu mt is is those attribute 1 t Mr Tlted.m Ins h ran onl> II.XM. tliu effei t of bt. i 1 him the; c unit t hurt us M.HI-SSM s, s Ctn-i.-KsmaiiW L ol Vir 1 sill "Mr IVuVs speech is MTJ s Tie tollhn whit tlie npuhhc in part j expects matter of j. feiler il election ur 1h it 1 i under tlie lumse could be ]ias e I MI h cuse in tht IOAM i b, ind its cn'v t i u t, stopp ,s 111 the senate I 'I i t lilt tint Mr Inn Bban 1, in 1 the i i is i tit i c and I t feltril plea .11 1 as it is i posttl !ss is l llslll] 111, ll of tl l JitH of l fitite Ihi rt. is nK ni stt f >rt( r tl at can be ant! '1 it is t ih, li h tl e to I'M f-m th, ton-n in, 11 In. 1 no idea th it it futtu, tunt pirt> t uii lu Hi to pi ji si MI, 1, i Im I h0 rcpiihlu in i U i is to ti fi m tlu h mds nf the iti s thi in u mt ftMiMis Ihisis Cppo-tj t I till sp III f'l, III stltlltl 11 HlO n t nlj tht i Ji' toe ndutt the oltt t t n r r. re-tii ainos in -s but ,ht, to ci Ie -iihtthir the, -sneii ue ik t, 1 lit. 51 nei U ,OM in ment lus in uij i in in no i ,ht t inteifere msuli matti rs It n In- i t of poner inlnoitlil ill uij oj n ion cuists aivtiirbiute ill over tin t.uliln Sen it, r Push said it It nd to nnto iiolent plnsical ikm ,1 stnti ns ind nimlil prthihlj result in bl KMlsh, 1 rules of the Iiouso I'o not ill in th, n i tmi ut tf s as the resmt of i, but on the com-u, thai ins tint passe 1 tho house are ea.i us nieosur, s tuat an h it, hed lip inse iitronferinei, into the hoilsi anilpissediMth no ussicii the f tu qlust m Ihe jud bill th.it i, ,IK ther of mo flagrant Iolalton April 28 United States up-eme court today rendered au opinion of reat interest to all states in which prohibition retails frits Leisy Co are beer brewers in Peorift. 11 sent some of their product in sealed ami bj means of to Keo-n'c, Ii where their agent, anon-resident, ForoJ i' for IH origmal n i} in rej; iid to them with a to the lot il needs 01 circutii'-tTricos, in til con loss other vt ise duetts, but this powt r not idt iiluil in its extent with the powei to emulate oiumcK c among tho stites The irt qutites the st xtrmems tho fedenhst in support of this inclusion That aident spir ts IIL subjects of inti istulo commerce is not de-in_d in 1 tlio cinnt then tski if a state, in the nbit tin ir import ition from nbioad or fioin t s sti i st tie ot tht n s do by the r If mportitioii cannot tie prohibited without ssional iuth within st ite as to ht- subject to its un-uipoded tontrul'' if (ASF. In Brown %s Mars 1 ind it was laid down by i gloat magistrate who presided or the court !ur nioie than a thud of i centmy luef Jiis-tico JMaishail) that tlie point time when prohibit 011 ceases ind the powei of tbe btate s not iiiitint w the irticlo enters the conntiy, but when the importer has so actt d upon it that it his bet oint- incnrporited and 11 up with the mass ot in the country w Inch ns w htn the pat is no Ion 1 siu h in his h nids tint none ot the which piotttiied fioin tlio the fudcial mmeiit cnntnb utf d moie 10 tltt olution whn h intio-Inced] the j n.sciit th in the iiet p xud Qt nt i il com n t on thit com incjco oiuht tu bo rf by t i t s th tt the n ,ht t si 11 lc imported w is in ihle UK idc nt to the i lo nupoit i uid tli it llie ipli s t in the is( applif d tquilly to impoi ta'uma a r stin. is fioni i ftnt i ounti j the i stum nmv before tin ci ut w is not inled ujion m that c ise the t s s it it w is tn oh Texaa, Apnl 28 four hnu-dred houses in the suburbs been abandoned on account of the Hood Trinity at tins ribe, was a few inches higher tbaii that of 188ti, winch wab the highest recorded w itlnu the memory of the oldest sett'ei foices of men are Lard at iTorkrepamng washouts on the Texas and Pacific fiulf, t'olorado and Ha ma Fe Paciiit, K and Texas, Texas Trunk and Oak Cliff rail roads The water last night ran through the windows of the Uoor of the Dallas and damaged a htrge amount of wheat The St Louis Brick companv are he losers, as well as Allenaworth 1'ussoy Two tliousaud bales of cotton were soaked at the compress, foot of Lamar street, and the Dallas ing company ill suffer coiiMderably from inconvenience caused by the water The Kureka steam Janndrj has suspended as the water is bmcral feet deep 111 their buildings as the mail was beingtransferred from one train toanolhei on the Texas and Pacific, a pouch of re stered IP ill slipped off the hand-car and sink 111 the swift cm rent before it could recovered Tho dam by the flood in this city will amount to thousand dollars THF SVFFFRINO PFOPLE April 2S Secretary Proctor has received several lephei to his telesjra.i.s abkim? for informal on 111 regard to the exte.it ol suffering 111 tho overflowed districts of the south The governor of Louisiana said that ten days' rations foi people- should to New Orleans foi dis.tr bution throughout the state The of said there are prohiblj persons in that stxte iieed-ng assistance, and t' e ,jm ernor of Arkiiisis said that 'jOO pcop'o in I'hilhps county and a onsiduable iiuuiber in IJesha couutj are in iiQfil of relief Lieutenant James T> Wilson, Fourth irhl eiv, at Jackson birrarks, Miss his been di reeled to report to C iptam quaitermaster at Xew Orleans, for lompomry duty iu connection v. ith the relief of the Hood sufifciers, ind Major-Goueral ITowird, at New Vork has been directed to dotai! such other assistants as may be required TO I'.bUE ft Captain Wcston has been instructed to use us own discretion in repaid to tho issue of jrocn shoulders and coiiimcal mstca 1 of ind flour, and to do at mice all lie c in the relief of all who need it Ho his been ample- power in the matter of transportation and the employment of 1'FRSOJ.S OKLFA'SS, April 2S Tho sicain gin ind saw null of Charles Laurence, situUcd iu Sparkly county, three miles from Rolling Pork, Miif, burucd night Thy loss small Fiftvorsixtj of Lawrence's tenants were quartered ni tliegiii, tnd in effort's o escijtc from the flames seven ncre drowned The bmldii.g was surrounded by water feet deep. They had taken there from .he and it is stated their carelessness caused the fire Tho report that several In es e boon lost m tho -v icinity of the Ijob h-1 his been continued A fimilv n imed Walton, numbering peiaoiis, drowned STOPPING THK a! sttlko Dr BLIN, April _'S i-, ilip i itcnt n -yf tlif directors of the Great Southe-ni uid railway cot-ipanj to im n in their employ for leaung rk any notice of their intcntum Walsh has written a Ictui liirtv-toiN a postponement of I steps signal n 1 11 i, ml tlio i rikt' it settled He suggest t! it in u em-time i conft rente be held i n tht d nx> or-, and t't legate.-, appointed the railwaj Out tht IV ui i iihnrwMat Killometi, in i t-iti ,K v sli noting was d i i_'M in knifl tlmitN tht of It jdMr-i, s, t er-t7 of llie rioters- e bmii irit -u d i ici trouble is feire i Tne milit h b'M-n i ilU 1 unon to tlie riuting, an I Iro ar% KM us; hurried to tow n TK.RICIBLK STVI NTOW. A ild Tiain Into tlio Oojmt STVLNTON, a 1 i s uinrmng abmt oMock A h nfnl ri lion] wn n a bnt k crashing in its froj t ind 111 bll IdlllJT Iln 11 11 S 1 f 1 x. of Kiiisas Hi no of tin m i Shu wisfcirtulh limited OK It w ts i ut of tho hmt left -MI 1 n iml sbouldei ue 1 V pmco CVIMHJ? di itli frfiiu b'ci in i f moments, and before suijjicj.1 ai 1 nhi be siinimouel. LI--T Ol- THF IN II KM) to h IH t ii i mM irt> .1 Kirkpitntk, ik uonndon CK ht id it is th 'ie will n t r I, fe Sloman, of an HIM iLi si injured. Kchtlt Miller, of Ncu lu >kcn Mrs Edward Well') UHUM 1 Edmrd i t nm> 1 Miss Bcitlu Fishoi, of tlie HM in i1 ccditiLatoa of thy aJHoiiii.M connidereJ 1-1 Ilirr win i- alp v omul Miss .Fane ui i i md nikli ,A.L1 the iiij'iM 1 K i t i JVarl of I'ekm" troupe CM pi V Kir 'J 1 (to v.f u six c H 1 i H t f 1 h Vipra i t i -j m M n ill 111 tin rt ti i Jlittn.in il Mltrt irt iishe I o i ftn t u i i_ JK. hi r.] liio tst i'iioni M nf li i The woi ndt d crc t iki n to tin 1 lintel where ti t in hen j, v e 1 ired for J he brxlv i f M Iv has n nt ta an undertaker lo be e.j ba'mcd Onc-e Too he Arl7nu.i Tin Laiul l-oi iture Kill, Vpnl -S Tn ciinnectioii e N i r i div spring up in hesinitf, ind w is P ntu ipaied in bs in in> MSI HOI-, (Iu point on tlio qitcstutn n tlit r o 11 IT outlet s% w u tonoa ti -tthtthirthtrt should not o a nib n ition of t'io tuo Vftcr tht div U-.M m li id t mtiiuitd soiiH- tinic, the M w ith Spiiin to allow t i >lnh initle xsVitenititt 111 t pposuum to Mr C ih s T.U enduu nt TS not res. n tin i proper si hat ct for w IH h prompted Mr ill to rt xt ite sonic of t points in the (wlm h alTi i t or thieo nun ind tut woropirtly 01 h> hard unust settlers, whose lights his imoiidineiit would proKt t) and to tho pend-iiip; bill was rexll> i now ipproprutioii of tho public domaiti and not f 01 fi ituro i ho bill w eut tr w ith oat n him fioiu Hie hbi ir> (Oinmittee, was taken from the tilt-udai and re id Mr fn galls tlio necoisity and of allowing the to hold ]ipoixrt> in the District of t o'mnbi'X to the amount of iKo having git lucorpoiated by ongrtss whm it ron d be, done under a general 1 iv He iiitui Ucd th vt tht to ho i eiicd, ind ronct d in allow iii-i tlie to 1 old such a 1 imouiit of Mr IMumb made some satii il inmnks ihout the efforts to encomige 1 itnotism tint w is aioutid 1otis( in tlie ind nun e 1 to uncnd tho bill by pi (Hiding that the iii cnnftmd ni tin bill should ex tended rn the Oinnd of the Uepiiljhr As tht 10 w 1-3 110 tjiioiuiu o tn 14 ou the amendment tho ot( hem.; tw to fotirtef n, t ie si nate, without iction on tilt, bill, haoKs llie CrcMisfecs in Levers. NFW April J8 Deaio-cr tt Rt Joseph PCI il saj s Tiiere h is bet1 n a decline of one inch in the pxst four April le-isl Un e e and jndici il ippiopnatioii lull p i-se 1 tlip JuMi'-o without division 1 lie house then went into ctiinmittio of the w hote (Mi linrr t, of, M' htne itLtl hi, the loi ition of the pirl Ihe as cement to be made bv i commis ion to bo ap piintcd by the prcsidi nt Tho bilinro of tho sum reiMured foi the c--t b ishinent of tho jnrk is to bo pmd Otjuahj bj tho L mtid States ami distrit t Ihe motion to lerommtt failed, and tho bill is Kiid aMtle witli i fa cominenda-t on I'lie bill appropri the? train ran mu h-iu in bark of his head Kind fut nd-. n 1 t d h-m up, he w is foi ml i IM nm ions A.t this hour, he is Tlie Great OrrLTKA, AH, Apnl ktfx kholdcri of the Fir i> i itum of t txt Alabama, h id a rousing i -si n -s mc er sees a ing soul outside his two guards, his spintual ad and tho winUn's wife He oe electricitj in n in January last, when the machinery was urst tested It failed it that time to re tato the subjects and went far Hiring the electrical commission that deafh, and not mere suspended animation, was pro-dured instantaneously It is understood he will also try the apparatus on Kemmler after the latter has roeen ed olts AYarden Dnrston has jot to let fall the first inkling as to the precise day of his taking off It is generally believed ednesday be but certainly no later TJitu sdaj It is xlso thought that the execution will take place at a early hour in tbe morning, perhaps before daylight Biit these aro mero surmises New York city newspaper men are here in great force. The warden is unyielding as adamant in shutting out press reporters, but some of the doctors or guards at the execution may be prevailed upon to talk after it is all closed Laborers ou the "Dacotah, together other hands, begin sacking at 2 !0 o'clock yestciday morning JSeirly OIIP hundred thousand sacks were dropped in fiont of the cribnorK, and at 0 o'clock tlie back-water Lad fallen three feet At tho water would get the be'-t of theuorkimn and rush through tbe small aperture with lightning-like speed, cutting i deep chuiiiel iiiidei the cribbing Such places vperp dangerous, and whenever they occurred the entire force would be concentrated on the danger point and hundreds of sacks dropped into the hole THF BRRAK CI Tins morning tbe is barcK leaking, hut there is not a suflicieiicj of sacks The came up to Baton Ilongo for au-otlier load of sacks, arriving here at 11 o'clock She will load immediately and will return to the tins afternoon, and wiJess something occurs to change the programme, will be in New Orleans Tuesday James D Houston, who has been at Martinez ever since the break, authorises me to say that bad it not been for the timelj aid of tbe "Dacotah" the Martinez would not now been closed The relief boat made two trips from the capital to the break carrying nearly sacks Having these at hand enabled tbe workmen to use them at the proper moment to protect the cnb work and prevent its washing out Mr. Houston also stated that the credit for the successful tight against the ere was due to "William Cnmnirngs, road master of tbe Valley road He developed all plans and left it to Mr. Houston aod others to see that they were earned ont. General Manager Harahan, of the Mississippi Valley railroad, is on the scene, and will remain until the danger is over. Will Clark, at whose place the Lobdell ee broke, arrived from, that place UUH morning He stated that the water was still rushing through with terrible velocity, but as soon as the material arrived an attempt would be made to close the break. The river in steadily declining and ail tear of further breaks are f all. OPFT.TKA, Ala Apnl 2-S 11! On yesterday, wh-iJe little M is playing on the top of the new i.inon he Uwt his footing and fell a distance of feet the grouod, verj rums and na nful injur.es Among them a ut in the forebead, three nbs n d MOT 'tins arm At this writing is suffering much, and bin is homewhttt doubtful. IVcre Vaitl. Jones, oi a da cli nt in m of the committee ou t ou-tm-Tont expense-, ti signed w 111 ants for the nitnt of w to correspondents suUpti naed by tho speci committee mtcd to tho publication of sessions of the senate The coiicspondents weie in attendance upon the coin mi fee two oiiij but mg been kepi, subpuni Jhftj-oiio diy-t, warrants w ere ni i le out foi the sum of catli The of tlio investigation amountet to about War Claims Disallowed. WiSHiitGTON, J8 The house com iniUcc >ni war clantis has autJionzed an ad orsc ic port on the bill appropi latuig to H nnbuise the towns of Ficdenck, Hagers town and Middletown, Md the war av-icss-mcuts levied on them by Generil Jubal Early in IhW, by of retaliation against I mtcd States The committee also decided to report adveisely the bill introduced by Ropie Fenster, appropriating SS8J, MW to reimburse the state of Kansas for money ev pended in the settlement of claims of citizens of that state for projwrtj captured or destrojed by (.onfoderate forced during the late war Tlie Clnj-ton-Breckmiitlgre Investigation LITTLK ROCK, Apnl 28 TheClajton DrecKinridgo Inve-itisrition tommittee ex a mi nod 195 witnesses toda> All but three were lolored oters who testified that they "were a He, Con wav county, on the day o the presidential election, and oted for John M Clapton for congress County Jnd-re J H Jlerntt, of Arkansas county, testified that he always the republicans representation on e'cetion boards requested to do so jear, no one asked him to appoint an; republicans to do so, and all the judges am clerks named were Circuit Court OPKLZKA, AJa April }-Tito circuit court cam ened lierc 13 of importance will Ix; tr.t 'lit jn charge to the grand IA txp'u t, and contained many [mints was listened to with marked at eution by the jurors. Son's Cotton Review. YoiiKjApnl 28 Futures opened easier under a quieter report from Liverpool, but quickly rallied The silver question again came to tbe front as a dominating influence and tbe bulls predicted that the price of silver will to sixty pence in London There were also unfavorable crop Very low temperature and ex-eesHne rains iln the southwest, although today's icei are of clearing gkiea The advance was September options, and the next crop generally showed much strength September touched li 42 and prices then receded three to five points under sales to realize, and the close was ft little unsettled in tone. At one time tbe early months and next crop were Btronfc, while July and August were weak Cotton iu spot was 1-1C dearer and of Juripc Smith BlLTIMOBF, Md April M Ion I >'in K. Smith, associate f t'ie fifth ju circuit of Maryland, 4iefl at in West-minster this morning TkLEbRAMlli C Apnl 28 Sunday moriung, about 1 a murder was committed at Edenton, which created considerable excitement. Dallas Baxter and Riddick Porter, colored, had some hot words about a load of wood at a restaurant. They were ordered out As Baxter stepped out. Porter jumped at htm with a knife, and chased him up the street, stabbing him at every step. Baxter fell Porter ran for a wharf, bat was capturea. Baxter died in forte minutes. Porter was WM Shot. LONJKJIT Apnl 29. The Chronicle's Vienna special says that Schmidt, who was implicated in the Cronstadt scandal, has be-n secretly shot in the fortress of Peter and Paul. Bus-sian papers were forbidden to mention the German naval and military at St Petersburg are treated coldly by Ruauon om-Cera, aod their expulsion from clybs to which they belong contemplated. The of Oldenburg has been Cashier Misting. BIRMINGHAM, Ala Apnl Some excitement prevails at Nottingham, Ala., over tb disappearan ce of Gary Pittman. cashier of th bank of Nottingham, and diligent search ia being made for him. Pittman ia aUo treasurer ot Albany, Ga, condition of the bank ia not known oxeepi through Get the PITTS BUBO, April The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company today granted tbe demands ot their employes for an advance, grv-Ing day conductors night conductor! night men 92.70. Tenhoaraomsdtnteadav'i work. April 28. In the of commons this evening, Mr. Chamberlain said he agreed with Parnellites that ntggettaons relating to tbe establishment of cheap land mgistntioB aad transfer were worthy of ooo-riKfttfon and with ac-iMpfenqp. He did object tq aid ;

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