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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               PRICE FITE CENTS. VOL. XXI. ATLANTA. GA., THE SILVER BILL, mis bXUB rax: EVEN MR BCAHP_ IS IGNORED Practically Cn- eds Infamous Knl.nK ,eaM Democrat, and Benders His Presence a Faroe presarc.lbv the seoreta-y of the treasury, in such lorm and ol such denoniln ttion.-, not than SI norm .re thin SI duo J3 10 ma> imn wtnciont to rarrj in' fleet the prov oftlm act Is hcretj m rm.nattd out monev in (Us not tlie notcj I'sucu is; accordance uith the pruvisiou of tnls a; IHINOTOV June ook up the silver mil today, and will it until Saturdaj evening when a vote taken The democrats wanted to in -o some amendments, but Heed would togmze any save republicans Thus the cans m all the amendments rules and the democrats will get g They are mad as hornets, but o usoiute MR FK Jtr Caudler of Georgia well eipresi.es the views of the democrats as follow s Kued s ruling was villainous but he was oulj earning out the edict of the republican ouciis last night uiaj >nty of them d byKeed want to defeat the free coinage of aiHer at any cost and in tlioir caucus the reluctant minority was unoliim 1 he bill is a fraud It defeats the will ot the peoole who almost unanimously Demand free coinage It proposes the pur nearly all tho I locluct of the can mines and they hope theie >y to silence the claims of the people but it eBeuually de silver by treating it as a commodity irtronorcopperV tin "This ,s not what the people want They w tho old 1 vw of 18JJ restored They ant a sih er dollar to be equal to a gold dollar for all purposes and they wunt free coinage for both Ihu, would Eivo them an abundance of the best money u, the world and would go far toward restoring prosperity to uie farmers But the republuanbos.es dare nit ,estore fiee coma e Will street hast rbidden it and Wall street ,s their muter Hence this thorough drill of their ftn.es m the caucus la-t n glit lience this infamous conduct of Keed today in re fusing repeatedly and coiiiiuuouslj all day to a demmrat to oiTer an amend Sent iv on Mr Bland who mo... about silver than an> man in m. lit ol debts dues uidiiaorei. u h notf v h n 1 e HI soclationii .lie md "e rejssuc 1 i na-.oi.al ti n unl urtter si eh rc-KJ t' as Klv'er' bullion" -hall in valne at the market prli c there >t i tje dJ> "t the iinimnt or sm h notes iismte.1 That the seel tar> A BRITISH SCHEMl POSSESSIONS TO ACQUIRE SOME STARTLIWQ FACTS REVEALED- Wliot the Proposed x-ndniBleniiB Against towor California Tfce 1 ol tlie Waiter. SAT TuAt-cisco. June 4 Clironic'e's special from ban Bjego aajs The t ons being made intothe proposed ___ __ rini.-r.t OLIVE'S BACE "THE PRIHCtPLES BE ADVOCATES _-------- Ho Wishes to Mate Hie ttllve "BiB Corm Cpon WliicH -me ta TCightb BlstcicfShonld bte TO-s Ga June5 ]-Hon. John Olive of Oglethorpe, throws down tlie gauntlet 4nid enters the race for congress from the eighth oly nii Ineverv itate there ought beproudedif it does not tM a machinerr judicial andothcrwise, ascertamnuSit of such offenses, and enforcement of fuicb pen.lty The Judge Barrett m the proceeAini- of JSg'g.VS New iork to forfeit tuo chart-rot Refming looame this touch the corporation and THE RIFLES' MILL ritoBi oxrifCED THE riifiisT rat A SHOWER OF UTTLE BOUQUETS Fall Upon the BoyaasTIiey Pass the Grand The Brunswick liiQea to Today the pr rcqu re: 'Th't11 Ki WS under i S I. the 1 i f the act of lebrmrv 100 vortli of silver bull on is 1 erd Tu.it vherivcr t'lo market rriee redo-mfrom tl. eash m the r, redenip the legislation of the world for impudence soleiieo and brutalitj C.FOIIOIVNS I> THE. VP1T VI 6 H loyd was today appointed i ostmaster at Bird 1 lojd couiitj Ex Congressman Norwood of Savannih is here Mr Isonvood sajs ho will remain here two weeks on legal business___ E Vr B M ON A KISH He Calls Up B.11 and Provides a oiiSatuidaj WASHINOTOV, June 3 the house Mr McKmley from the committee on r i ts re ported a resolution prOMdm0 that the 1. TOM) ircdeiu', t on f ,ts .reuUtuig at was followed bj the llast hen Great Britain acn.utn ons in Asia It Lower pure concessions ent and then to pi for congress m this district, and ol raj reasons therefor It has become apparent to me, as I dare say it lias to my recent public recorJ, as the from the American govein jknthorofthe Olive bill, tow become an >rovokr strife aud foment Ufenc It, therefore, seems.that >rov wew I r _ _ ni- innra entitled her posses Was designed C illfornia ac o thatW purpo-io to effect the corporate tion KasWthmty disputed tnat bavew authority to enter into inch as are fcuvf nl for Ind.iiduals, in they exercise powers conferred bv as a legal conclusion fo-ieituro of the irjm Inso MO dissolution follow It is held according H corporation agams re ent and then to prov "seiisious English capital interests, would noone- the intervention of fairepM was te be imokod In roof of this statement of anil's of tne com docn.uiei.tarv evidence secured tajor Scott, mail of the com o be declare .dependence of the new government had been would be better prepared or more entitled .present my views of tlw issue than myself it would appear that I had abandoned was shirKing the obligation thaiasue- -imposed I remained silent An -ondnstnoos effort has interested %arties to make that the "Olive bill was directed riilroads alone This is untrue It was nntl railroad bill, bnt wasanann trust fts the paragraph of the constitution it "ought to enforca is an antl trust provision Thit para of all ru against the consolidation of all ora WOny o ansre a powers outside the Btute which -charter Bion uf the same principle that cliise or a home company will a foreign coinpanv in xm doing .ousine s Eiisauada TJiree cases of o Jinsauada, Tilled to the English e ome time ago Mr Scott tn he lepubllc had been established the blatos government would join with the Mex. unllmifd poviorof accnmulatmg wealth at the woulf be destructive Of all Snstrv would join with the unlimited consolidation can government in suppressing the Si these corporations, chartered and created by Great BriU.n be appealed to to t decided by our The protec 3 Brown rendering the Tho protect ine jstabli li a protectorate er the peninsula This up to present developments is a -ep. row me question has been decided bs the s-asJ aiSStos of monopoly affect great Indignation the application of this remedy, and and it there be a surplus pa> that pro.rata to the nnlied to a corporation thatjdoeai not ante of being movement THF PBJKF !s The F.encli sited Why He and that she should not-aur er am power whit h she can use in rWto any rende: controlling KANSAS Crrr, Mo June 5 The Atlanta Bines drilled before an audience of over five thousand people this afternoon 4 o'clock The company s work was excel'ent and aa the boys came off the field they wore given an ovation The Chicago Zouave hand of forty pieces greeted the company with and it marched off the ground, and as it passed tbe> grand stand the baud played Marching Through Georgia An incessant yelling by the men and continuous clapping of hands by the ladies almost drowned the band's noise A SHOWBtt OF BOUQUETS One of the happiest features of the Rifles? reception by the audience was a showor ot buttonhole bouquets A hundred of these had been purchased bv Captain Komane, of St Louis, and Captain Zallors of tho Denver Light Guards Both ol these gentlemen e become thoroughly infatuated with the mflea and secured the bouquets for them Captain Romano is well acquainted in Kansas City and had the small bunches of flowers scattered around among hisfnends Ladles held most of them and when the company passed grand stand coming off the flowers wore showered upon the boys It v, as a pretty com- pliment one which jio other company received The [company waa through with the drill and Captain Spencer, appreciating the gJt brought liojs to a halt Then, after saluting the grand stand with a present the Jtnns were, stacked, ranis broken and the bouquets wore) picked up Pins were then m demand but they were quicklv supplied by the ladies m the grand stand With a bouquet pinned over heart, each member of the company toot his position at Cap-am Spencers command, and in fine shape the boys marched away. WHAT Ib THOLGHT OK THr JJKILI. About the Kifles drill nothing certain can be said Inone of the bojs honever are ita'l satisfied with it F very one ol them .ball proceed immediately to the c< ns.idtn.tKii ,i house bill 5 W (the silver bill) and that jonsideration shall continue until Saturday at 3pm when the previous question shall bo haMiig been ordered on resolution forty minutes debate was al 10M0r' Bloimt of Georgia had no objection to the time limited for deb Ue bit he was in formed that the chairman of the committee ou coinage weights and measures lowed to offer amendment-, missible under the rules ol tin politics l Idinc to section I) the words Aiiu of SlUer bullion shall he siu, being so deposited for com 1gM. Tavl.r of Illinois offered an amend I b, M to the originil b.H providing if the Cetauiou he, bullion receLved shall hW t hail S' 000 000 in any one month the sec commltte Miaiiv-iY __ 1 n__ The idea of .Blowing him occurred dent Carnot when lie was x nrlsoii on hiT recent tour de Frejciuet m St railroads and express compmifes now rioting m the rights of the (people unrestrained by any taw Eovern ns interstate commerce f been unahle to understand whj Major felacehai changed on this 9uestion rfr he know" tfat our own state commiss on S.t they had not the power undor i----------n i fc. l The re had beau granted tted bv the strikers, and more would tteo uy me demanded, that the n ould be a iich ere ad nfgtit there had been much discussion, and it wasi iiecessarj to whip m the friends ot fico silver bv means of this resolution It i. wickedy sliameful outrage on the m.norit} There nere many men on tho other side Qf the chamber who would vote for free silver but for fear of the president The president v. as in accord with the secretary of the troJ-surv and both were in accord with Wall street In toe presence of the metideiit and the enemies Imeru an citizen the majors iVri Willianw of Illinois, and Lanham ew in opi osition to the bill, and the house adjourned tomorrow republu on caucus was announced for to- Irresolution makln" the silver bill a spe cloi order was 120, nays 11T Mr Blount v oted in the aMrmativeand mov cd to reconsider was 12i nays US SHfcKMAN ON SITLVEB. The Oliio Senator Against the Free Coinage of the Metal WVSWNOTOV June 5-Among the Jnlls THE DUKE IN BELGIUM BausSBM. June 5 -The duke of Orleans who was re eased torn Clairvaux jrison in ?rSJe, on Tuesdaj night and conducted to grras Leopold boroe extent tlie e also knowa that ftfbh tween on of mariave the valor to retake what we ha, e Dar tered away at tbe ballot box AU hurtful monopoly Is 3 create a monopo'y anu mo.1 Spo Sles h a lew to itatesmansliip to control it w create a monopoy lo do this is like setting one hunse on fire to sbow how we mar put it out It wo can charged with the duty of enforcing has never sibl as the advocates of mouoiio y would s f believe The remedy is easj aud plain m .nmnhpll Wallace savs as jus aov kre restmi i the rights of the people Since Ttlic .wnttag of this w e hav e had the trust siihstltnWdfor'Sf pool JChe is a s.mple IN BKITH Hon Simon Wolf Introduces a Admlttuis females to tlie Order -MMOND Va June convention BErand lodge of Independent Ordnrpf Bntli met tins morning atlOoc'o-i Wolf presented a resolution the of women a" the order It provides rates their coutraet 3T3 that the dent yielded to the money po peoplV would hereafter dictat ts er masses VSW.CTQV itedfrorn the committee and placed the house bill to estobh r i tiin filendar was the uwusc ,te and enforce park at the battte-1 nil was taken ut and Mr His- Colnage fodgeij of the various districts that iwo-iunuo 'committee .tablish a A resolution of thanks was returned to the Ueld of governor of the state mayor-of_the city and the nublio exhorbitant rates their c oemffconwarytolav, anil they not limns on lecal proceedings some one ot the corporations would break the agreement and un and thereby de trov the pool and brinTon a war of rates Ihere never has 1 era a serious war of rates W41S nwt intended to road J Wo the pool and th-s nnolmir hasbeon dune ilmost all oCbei corpu tatroSf enKacea m bnsmess The pool touW and one purpose and that is to destrov andmcreABe tUe in the pool I do that the power of taxation Uwhen with It the puwor r am om.used to Its use lur any other teu. centennial committee M Goodhcart, uiaS Wolf. M Colin, J Holzner and members of the executive mmittee weie elected Preside it J Bleu u hic? f pSprorWni that llrsiiall h-ve the right andPnofe and own the stocks of other .c. r- will least burden   camp Tonight tlie companv is entertaining party of viwtimr ladies and gentlemen at piano tent Mr' Spen.er and other At- lanta ladies are with them, and it is a i ng the company is having THK ATLANTA ZOUAVFS The Zouaves are still without Captain Hollut feel tataWTiyud that that sVnatorhad made agreat mistake in I I al measure m, N ASKVILLK, Cenn JunoB democratic house had bflfth it the senate had limited it, and that the house had been obliged to acoeptthat itation It had been vetoed by Mr H-vyes and paied over Ins i eto He wanted to call the attention of the country to the fact that the Ktuation was th.s-that no amendment was to be offered to the tall except such as. might be Bueiestod by the chairman of the committe one mtended t prevfent of the people from arrtinff out the Will the people Mr WilUams, of Illinois said that the resol t r fro it Its w ould he to demonetize to be hoarded or exporte cmna 'e of siv er would be a re'... the'established policy of the governmenl the estauiio v would limit coinage to a "and that silver As iure as late. .st-tution off this wa of charter tboj buy a niajorit} of stock of any oomoratlon and tlierebv secure absolute control wrpSion, and can do tlus with as nianv different corporatmns as they desired Having obtained a miiimtj of tae stock hi each corpora t nn erarara-d m any line ot business they -select the officer? managers_of each separaW. carpo ration and thereto destrov all competition and can hx exhorb.tant rates as against the public SSSffi 1 national system, and the people of 1 ith .t the powerl to destroy the tolders in a thothm isoespomlnlgly increase. threefarallel and competins linen of railroad with 3 tni't controttmif a ma- the stock. The trust can, bvturowfng the buSiSsff one to tto -otter. ftwo. so SeclaMthe rcveaue pf this, one to rob it of SiSnds and nfult and maintain its propertj Its stocK must then go do down in value to such a MiTnt aa the trust may desire It ufthen boSsht by the trust, bosmess thrown back S. ufand another Its atocll then Soes and th "other down to Such desire, han Be moneFand Its value as i a reor ucts Judging the eKjrerience at the the people. This w ope. riiinentisBuins tts notes as full necessary amount In Illinois said that the resolu the free coinage of silver) t.on was intended tho majority from sliver >vo 01 money m the United He appealed to members on the L mted States would (if it entered stand Spates ine detach ltseif t Oil 1 ___. n.ir.innfl by the interests of their Mr McKmley ssud that the resolution was in the country, 'it was to give the house on nn a from the great civilized and Christian nations ewoTld and take it. place with China an Indna and South America A pound would he worth So instead of S4 SI, American dollar would be (as m three English smihngs, bu loyww Jorfour years they bad never even Brought in a bill from their committee ialk about throttling the will of the majority bv the minority' Why, one man at the white house had silenced the inaionty in the lortj ninth and fiftieth congresses i -aleliaar an, The bUl having been read, Mr Conger, of I caieim Indiana offered the caucus bill as a substitute It is as follows i Be it enacted by tbe senate and house ot repre sentatlvesSthe United states oi America, in congress assembled. That the secretary of the treosur} is herebv directed to purchMe, trom time to time silv or bullion totne aggregate amount of worth of fine silver in each at the market price thereof, not exceeding Si for three hnnffirtdand seventy one anC twenty- live one-hundredth grains of. anu to issue In payment for Bfien purchases ol silver puHJontceasurjtiotegotthe vmtoa States, to be continued by Messrs en Several private and bridge bills were takon from the Mr Blair introduced a calendar an Pas b, 1 to prShibft the exportation ot liquors to Africa and islands of the. Pacific ocean Referred The senate adjouri.su r, B Bridge over tho azoo Kiver 'by Mr A V fiude, of Measurement of the Discharge of the Tennessee and Cumberland Elvers, by Mr C A Turrell, yashjnlle. Tenn Burned at Sea. NEW YOKK, Jane 5 steamer Nacoo- rfiBe Cantain Smith, from Savannah, acnved toW, reports that -on 3d instant, at 7 a m. on latitude 33 degrees, S minutes, tonntude 78 decrees, 31 minutes, she'sieuted-a vessel on fire, and bore down.to her The Nacoochee fell m with the bnrnmg vessel's men and one in an open boat, and p.ctced ap the crew an-1 Seir Boat Tbe vessel was burned to the water sedge so the steamer did not go to her, he. captain saying no good could be done by so Sean" The burned vessel proved to be the steam schooner Louis Bucki, daptain Hanson, fromNew York. May 30th, for Jacksonville, Ela., with coal.oil and general-merchandise The bun's Cotton IiFWYOKK, made a small ad- T-nccinthemornmghour, on statistics recent ciports, wmM, Bourse, exceed the Sanction of American stocks Liverpool was a turn easier and there did not much Tliev ttins obtain the almost ab- solute control of commerceandtndustry andestab lish a plutocracy more insatiate m its demands than any despotism that cnrsed the oEent iScSoraanMdidjiot believe we should sit suBpendtbe collec on'ofaand pay Its current expenses its own notesTconimonly calledsreenuacts, nnt.1 the neSssarVamountjihomd be in -circulation or re eerro some product on for the sauie With our eirculanng currency as small as it is now the necessary amonnt had beenlsSucd, wouldrcquire a nninber of jeart lese wrongs were being consum- -it some remedy dcmanded. I tnongtet-Georgia hid nget and power ScoStrol the charter which wereDeing used contrary to her coiiBtitu- tte str-et, nrwe4T tt to %ecome a purchaser to ecm of eWng the necessary relief It can, thecef Orel, onrraffordltbyatoaii to-tbc peopl-j secured by property Asthemoneyisintendea onal m-o _ and are yet under command of Lieutenant The company has the prettiest Zouav a uniform on the ground and the members ara making new friends every da. With tba Walsh Zouaves the Atlanta s gave an ex- hibition drill today and the work was fine. They will give another exhibition The Brunswick Eiflemen have shown tUoal. solves fine representatives of Georgia Ins members are all gentlemen and condnctei themselves as Georgia boys always do Tomorrow the company goes into tho maiden) drill, and Captain Moms feels assured that H9 will have tlie satisfaction of writing his across the back of that check Making badge collections is now ej.grosaoiS the time of the boys Each company has a badge and each member is trading v, a member of some other companv for a Some ol the collections are really interesting. OF THE JUDGES A Of the judges one is a Georgia Liett- tenant Brown, of CartersviUe he is Tho l.eutenant is a fine-looking a fine man and is, extremely interesting and entertaining. He talks by the hour of old Georgia General Young, the Brumleys and others He is going to Georgia this summer for a week 8 rest. Lieutenants Brown and Baker have given tlia Bifles and the Bifleinen and thu Zouaves a special inv.lat.on to visit Leavenworth, Kansa., and inspect the fort and prison Leavenworth is about t-vo houn oat and the Bines are thinking of going Bomemorna.gondbackintheevenu.i The drill today was betterthan ttat of yes. terday, or that of the day before Ti.e Oaiaba -M ana as personal m-op as aneainnjoexchang. an a ertyandthe products of abo? aro jgwicli jxure SrXels thesnujBcts of excbapfie thaSXapd I be d uon rels tesnuj theroeneysnauld be based or loaned upon fcliamplon Snate Story. Miss, Jraie A flnake was captured near mire tofcy The huge leptile bad forty sevoov losuna-was over mneteea Sts after lieing iStnoned frqm body, held JL <.nA olose with the more yearg. JAxorpoolr (JoJli-JUlfl, "TSfBftlCt vJSf-SFVJK by it, and with ustiracb. o bestow upon it The Mate, Oi lie undoubted right, bmf rests anaet dlmbwd duty of mak-nB it- a njef ul, law-atad citizen, contributing to Uie welfare rhile strictly confinellto the- rpn tie house The Mnscatrne Guards maae M onally good showing The indmdnal tSs pllce Saturday Sergeant McMillan, ot LlanFaEifles, Sergeant Welte ,ot Brunswick. d Sergeant Bob Carpenter, of rt.e Zouaves are booked as the Georgia delegation drill starts wh forty-three ein Che attemp exercise of powers not the nerversion to the public injury ol powers S Me eqnaBy grounds for revoking All ths (states have, or can tor adecttng rtiveraUon nnon good cause shown. Here thenTOiuid a power as to which there caSbenocavu? whose IBnnand just exerase is witt none of the dangers that may attend ion that has been proposed. -With in the nmaber ol corporations, occupation of the entire field of tow upon the ass will to honestly administered. i m favor of our rail- Snuave rates of freight r1--" end that there shall be no ds- i tornaonoCTweenlocaUtfesor persons Ailtfe nrmcinles herein announced are m accord witn principles of Jeflersoniaii democ have'always been a ad neverpanoeredto, nor sought to oropSr-onsinto the counsel offiie thrnst my district, a part of. as real oous- A Shocking Accident V ASHVII.I.E, Tenn June 3-4 horrib'e accident occurred at Dresden late yes. afternoon Mr Fletcher super. of the I-ashville and St Louis railway water was returning on his de from a fishing trip with Mr WH. a prommentmercnant of Dresden. ttiflm. any, a pr vnthev heard a freight train beyond ttiflm. Thev attempted to beat it into a side D-eiden.bnt the machine jomped the. thrnwini Fletcher to one side, Mr Bandy oa H SPAPLRl SPAPLRl   

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