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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               DUDLEY IS OUT. coir-aiTTCE JIXST UP OOLDS AND A NEW MAN MUST BE NAMED JBUS9 BUCK I, Mad Because Caimot I orce Obnoxious People VSHINOTOV. June 10 WIIX CONSOLIDATE THE BltLS. The Republican Cancua on the Elections Bills. WVSHU.OTON June the fourth time tl e republican representatives were in caucus tonight upon 110 sublet of a national e i ction Uw The attendance was small, and vvas undeistood that a vote' was not to TRAIN BOBBING AGAIN TUX r WRFCK TETt CARS REFORE TL.RING THEM A BRAVE EXPRESS 1ESSEKGER senate1 "post'oftce "committee has decided to hail' up indefinitely tho nomination o! the J, ack" Dudley as post mastei at us Tlwoh.rman, Senator Siwver has so noti fied tho postoffice department ami that fie nomination bo withdrawn BICKVV VMSTllKvraBO The lojartment woull assent to tin but such a objected to bv 1 s.s Buck The republ.cai senators a.e rather ,nd gnant at 1 u act en 1 hey s ly as no one Knows better than 1 e thatOu lie} cm m v cr be coiifirmo 1 there is no roascii w hv s! o ,ld not agree to uom nation being and allow the ofhco to Oo to some othei republican A VFVV MIN VICST HF FOC-.D Buck w ,11 be comniuim ate I w ith at once by the rtl ub .cans, and v str ng cffoit willbe male to have him agreo t a with.havv .1 of JKillev's name In tint c cut, Hues can name the man tir tho othee THb USH COM IISSION Mr dimes vias nonnc 1 bv the fish com- miss n this morning that at his re L lest XX) shad had beer placed in the Chat tab echce nt 00 000 the Phut at 1 ev iiol Is an 1 101 000 m 1> g V "i" creek near Butler !0tl OFOKIVN3 CKVDIVTED Tl weie loin to receive fi Tis xsgraluatcs f the Georgetown law IhovweccU A Wl.ipplc .am Grilhn illaco K SUnsell ,111 Lewi O I1 ice 11 ov tho fir I in their cl >sst asitvvas unueisioou A _. he take before 10 o clock to decide as between He Flres at tlie 9coundrels and They Shoot the LnUo and Tovvoll bills first Down-The AmountStolen- r to iccentuate the prefcience of southern I republ cans f. i the Lodge plan A feature, of the discern., was a speech m favor of that Jmo 10 special from Tex A belated tram on the unanimously Kovvell and to ft rmul Ue a Its feituros 1 he ctthc .hall naiticipato JEAtOUS OF SIS And He Assaulted Her in a Marderons Fashion. BAIEIOH, N C June 10 Sheppard, colored, is m jail at Wilmington He went home and found his wife m company with several friends, one of them a young man named Houry Nixon, raiding talking with his wife, Sbeppard flew into a jealous rage and seizing an ax dealt his wifeamur derous blow m the back, felling her to the floor Nixon ran Sheppard gave cnase He threw the axe and struck JSucon and, overtaking him at the street cornar, struck him on the head, inflicting a serious wound He then got a stone and knocking Nixon down heat him severely on the head Both Nixon and Sheppard s wife are hurt fatally MOBE FEOM BISMABCK xan PSIXCIS GIVES BIS VIEWS os- JKAITERS. THERE IS NO DANGER OF TROUBLE Between Germany and Any Other TUe Squabble Over Africa Will Amount to TiotUinff. Wissmann Surprised at Stanley shall i" 1 -I" out fally tho lia loiial "i cTvisors re mills are to be pi.ma fac le i of the ot a menibci to his of for a soon to a'l al latol am >n 11 quartette leave T o it their Till OTVTI-.TU An vs i -cd M F TV B Shown 1 ottou ost 1 ver> State Juno 10 Iho ot the loiaruiicntoC .Itu aio to pieviil m making of the house In cases ret mis certificates ol inav lo ,so 1 to allow enlargement I hand, and another cutting him throuBu that suporv isors arm The robbers then wont through tne ex voting a ul pross 3afe and made their escape -The amount of money and valuables cannot be ascertainea j here A posse of men was organised earlj this the morning and were in pursuit of .he bandits, but as they had a good start it is not likely they will be oveihauled THEY SHOT THE EMPLOYES and there is no need ol a quarr con state MltS COVVLES IN COIRT. Dor Husbaml s may Kesult Fatally to Him MoMlfVi Tune 10 -Ihis morning Mrs C les ai l e ircd in coilrt before Justice Tait Mlh her lauj.tci Florence and her friends Tho letter which Cow ha wrote renouncing all .nd the order Irom them to stay there with their eyes shut_for one h> tile uaiLiua c Ghent, hut this is oll-et by the loss of erv le by the Catholics Two by the AWV> candidates were defeated in Charlero, ana Mons There was a riot m Ghent, but else- where the day passed quietly The Democrats of Kortu Carolina. Ane n BALEIGH, IS. C June 1-TIie FRANCE AXO EGYPT SS. Ribot Reads France s S-iote to Egrrpt in PAKIS June 10 chamber of deputies, ithoutdebate, has adopted the duty on foreign In the chamber todas M Ribot minister? of affairs read France s note to fcgypt- After declaring that the dimculty of em- ploym" the profits of the com ers on of tlie debt is more serious than the conversion itself, France contends that the time has Tived when England in accordance witri iany declarat ons an 1 self congrate, auons ot her ministers and for the and security of Egvpt, ought t coantrj. The no e eti that the power> di acuAte tha surpnso not agreo pensewitr, lintisli trooiis that all parties interested are lisp i to givo tho subject frank consideration ranee assents to the conv ersion so ionic reservi fie ques- tion of ev acintiou for futuie i at ons After reading the note M Kib-it declared, that Trance desired the I lost cirlial relations with r iigl ind b it wou'd 1 n urtumty to rolest against EiuluU s es sh ng her- Small Pi------ SAN ANTONIO, TEX Juno 10 June 11 Telegraph today continues the report of its correspondent s in- terview with Prince Bismarck The prince ridiculed the kind friends of Germany who re loiced at his resignation and now want him to bespeechless He declared hismtention to con tiune to serve the country until the last He said he was able to do so now with a freer hand For instance, in France and Russia, the only countries that could possibly hear a grudge, he was able-now that he was unfettered by official restraints in many promote the peace He discussed at len-nh the relations between Germany and France, which, he said, were excellent The attitude of the French government vvas et emplary and of the French people pacific Nobody was more earnest for peace than was Emperor William, who, bent upon internal re forms for Germany had no idea of aggression D OF WAB When asked if it waspossib'e to extinguish the French people's grievance by the restora tion of their province the prince declared, that restoration was utterly impossible and that it must be left to time to remove their resent- ment The relations with Russia, he said were equally good and that country certainly would not attack Germanv The czar vvas amicably disposed toward Germany He was averse to conquest and he disliked physical to three months exertion, a point which was not without ira hard labor________ portance to the of Europe Tho Damage lo lb- sic imor Prince Bismarck was unable to say an vthiiig j j IYEEPOOI, June 10 e oily apparent self in Egj pt Will Itot Call on Aului in Session June 10 cab m t to-dav de- cided to rclj mail Iv on the sche m locoiitiuuo bills from session to sessi m w ithout re-debat- inr, the rev ions st Own g to the opposi- tion of the rank and hie 11 ej will onlj call an, V'oTthe cibnet are in f iv or of shelving tho land purrha are confident that they w i 1 soon pass e lull They bo ab o to s the tithes an 1 IK ns iij., bills DLIV June fullev editor ot the -ommoii H rail, 1 is bee i convicted rtho ermcs ict of put islung an article) denouncing lanl an I has 1 eon sen- mpnsoi m e it without everj stiU of ii vesti Carolina 102 South a 1W Ge  is rep rted in tins prelim narj asfillovs >oilb Georgia ssn p, 10' Lomsiuii 'U Tevis lOo W Tennessee 100-a 10J average conl, The ]nr e.tigo.t jNoith c >r liiials S nth C irolma i ue rn 4 1 r 1 u a Msbissju.. Joi nisi levasS4 ViLinsasbo Icnnei t aim 1 111 co msel making out a piau ui I of the men he flrei----------- for H ile and w as in the act of firing a third shot, when tense for done m j Ieceived a builet m hu right breast and fell iOlf Ictcnse It is known that Cow les had a re olvcr in Ins picket when brought to tho bos there vvas some his .Uler as if j Tho Promise to Be ev cry one intcieste 1 in the case B SHOKTVOE IN COUKT Continuance Arresting tUe Anarchists PAU.S June 10 The money involved on the part of both com- OLITJIANGa Juno 10 [.Special a panics was less than a single day s oxpentU today of the alliance bank committee tnres when preparing for a great war auli business committee the amount of money lew trustworthy Europeans said His- cncourlgmq as to cause tl e conniitteo know or about these mysterious fl h am0unt of subscription Pt S 000 lo I believe Counsel tar I ntil the Next Term JICKSOV Miss June com sol jor ot Tioasuior Heimngvv ly todaj iii suuoit of then motion foi a iii suuoit of then motion foi a l h low prices f 01 ,s tU tho i.evt the aitt- 101 lav its of Mr Hcmiiisvvay and Leroy Doug tleCMert omp jed bs him tomvesti irate tho tieos ry bojks I aiiev avorrel 111 substance that no proper investigation ha 1 been ossiblo m the short time that tl cy 1 .v e had to make the oMnimatiin Mr Douglass has found orrois, Us a lav.ts.js to the-.mount ot 840000 and hr.tl inks ho e in lemon trite that otiicrs, oust mtlc .mount of J-0 000 but cannot now swear t cry Swli Ited JACKSONVILILE Fla Juno 10 Talla- hassee special to the Times Union sajs A conference was held hero today between members of tho democratic state executive committee and executive committed of the cougiessional districts Tliej to call a state convention at Ucala -SHV 1311. the first district convention at Bartow AiK-iist Uth and second narrow, lmmediateiy nftcr Choice Yet. CINCINNATI June Carrollton, Ky the sixth congressional convention 'isle, but has made no progress of Newport, leads with tweuty-i marck regions For mj own part that Lord Salisbury's temperate words more to English taste than Stanley s fierce ones We are both fair-dealing people, by Allgu, Damaged by Fire. Is an 1 in md it ons hav e c uiwd a ion, t of iciUiit iv and 01 ti ,i, an 1 rther groat rivcis the l-il d the case '-Tht coiut ov errule 1 tho motion and issetfor trial iievt Monli} Ihedefeiiso the nili is, of the court If the Tlint irbg cm while tl e enure g Ah i il the plants are healthy a 1 d the Loveia ot Iloiscilesli May Feol Kelloved ot a 1 tci IN Till [ill to the In nal Kelt line I aw H-Tie si oil or lad before t) 1 ouso tl o en itc 11 amci late iv to tl e n teinal rCNOi UP 1 iw s which was passed It a ill r the co iv, incr of internal i le t f r, in itc i les 11 ieg ilati us by ie from la of tho ,t night 1M10N IllUO oL the racers named liavii" been killed in the Wabash idout "noai St Louis was correct The m-iie Huntress is the ouly one of those ni nod that w a, ou tho truii She had both ken and will have.to be killed Tl .ucwed'Scnator tall The campaign promises to bo a v ery spirited one especially m the case of congressmen THE TRAIN DISPATCHER S FACI.T. Seven Cars recked and Half a Dozen l.iv es Iiost HAI.NIBAI, Mo, Juno 10-A construction tiam collided with a ficight tiam oil the St Louis Kcokuk and Northwestern on a curve about twelve miles south of here jesterdav, and twelve cars were wrecked Firemen Arthur Taj lor and Berry elson were scalded to death Engineer Louis Carv er vvas injured 3 errors about the hips and arms Engineer Tit7 _ Crane and Vaughn patnck jumped and escaped with slight mju NEW YOEK, June 10 city In c orks Nos art 2T6 and 238 Canal f reel and d b fttax eoi. one another sincerely sily come to a proper understand _ s been plenty of arrant nonsense talked and ritten about this paltry affair A few plain -words detailed by common reason do no harm __...... cap tal will build a handsome bnclc ling and expect to organize Or bus-less August 1st The relations between t'la sly We can and Quuman are so am.cab o thit aiding There alhance folks will permit mcrcharits ._., I tne totakc m t, e lrank other ness enterprises wcie discussed and after the bank will come a cotton seed oil mill and a guano factory There will be a general conclusion Bismarck; spoko in the high- ty meot mg JQ1 j 3rd that c 112 114 and lib Walker Erlanger, was damaged by fire tonight extent of or febO 000 "ownedTv est praise of Emperor Frederick saying he was a true Hohen.ollern of :ruest c Tire IS ear TusHegee. Pelican Made a Favorable I SOFIA, June 10 recent speeches of the Austrian emperor and Count Kalnoky, have made a ver} favorable impression here THE SPORTING WORLD. Result of Baseball Games Races At Cmcmnati-CLea-rne ]-ritt8lmre 2, base hits 7 err Jrs 5 Cincinnati base hits J errors 0 Batwnes Foreman and Baldwin, bow- serv 1 nrt An eriorof Train Dispatcher Davidson slid to be his first in twelve jears, caused the wieck He at once resigned ,c killed were nncipally two-year-olds r them were Clmnv LrownDuko Little Cruiser Banner Bearer, Little I nnce Ben 1 idge'ev Lige_P feirni; STRPCK MGHTKlr. G The Fatal Results of a Storm In Williams bure County. COLUMBIA S C June 10 ]-On Dam Monday afternoon, while a storm vvas impend 8 basehits L'. n cliar actor and of the most brilliant capacities and of heroic courage He added that had tho late emperor hyed he would have astonished irld by the figor of his personalitj and mmons tonight W IT it leader replying to a qiies THE PASSPORT RFGCLATIO Chancellor Ton Caprlvl Says They Are I.ec- essary BEK.I.H. June 10 Levetzow was today re-elected president of the re chstag Dr Buhl was re elected first vice president and Baron do Unrho Bomst second vice president During tho session Chancell >r ou Capnvi f treason brought before the But their enforcement was ,lly necessary for mill They were designel to render intercourse between the _Alsatiam ial MVCOV COU'STT Alt I TS And Orders a Primary on tlie Gnboruatorl M01NTE7UMA, Ga Tune oc a' obedience to the a net the ICIUQC uic ex- ecutive committee ot tl is c m IV some time since a ol tl P P irt} was hchl at T Si cad tho and iboiislied'foi'a long time to come lie of the French army could not be ------n older to he The worlnns wen UUL their ami bilk Ite vsmx-iox Inno Mornll i i of tho tin nice comniittee was with his nllicaii avsouites this morning and id, 1 tiicm in further considervtion cf the tanrt bill 1 he w an 1 silk schedules vvcre m ed and some items agreed to Not- TvitbsUiidu r statement, heretoloie made by members of tho committee ,t appears that the Simoiitymembois have not jet recened any able to continue the course of moderation depends upon the atti tade of concerned toward the measure Gratifying signs of improvement are apparent ,n toe rSftiorS between Germany and Trance I should regret to see them again become troubled il no country are Internationa re Sons so difficult or necessity for indulgent consideration so great as m Germany It is not tonal convent T A F Iward r T Snea 1 T "W Sou cr Eiirjram Ine farmer for gov cmor The -rssM, f.r gor- cr oilmen, I II 'vVilk n ii lie mat VC- 1 r jf John Murih ard s H Tliomas. Ur E O nee of Ih s county last CoimtJ m ttee went LHVJ and sal m'o the free list as usual and passed ov or coutesied items w ilhout action Tlie rievv Sergeant at Arms. Tune 10-Tlie 1-ennbUcaii Bc-na rial caucus tonight nominated E K Vafontne ofNebraskl as sergeaut-at arms of to succeed W Canadav whose re, i ition takes effect tho JKh instant ihcro w ere forty one senators piesent and mc'ht c in IiPlates-Head, of Maine Byington, ot'-C iioctcutt of ronnsyUania i of Delaware Swords, of Iowa Beed ot Mi esota alcnt.no, of Nebraska, and ot Montana On the first ballot Bale lead with Ii votes On the second ballt alentmo vvas nominated, receiving -J of the tl v otes cast The successful candidate i i law ver of TV est Pout Nebiaska about fifty carsJofage Ho solved three terms in ss fio u that state retiring in IbSj since wl, c t me ho has been engaged 111 the prac- tice ot his Have 4.sieetl on a Pension Rill June protracted ne- gotiations between the senate and house re Ipectmg the difte-cnces arisms from conflict M amendments to the Mornll pension bill were brought to a successful conclusion tocla bv the final agreement of the conferees JJ the terms of agreement the senate locede from its msistaiice upon the dependent featur and the house agrees to drop tho sion provision.leavingtheHll'- also to nominate nmde means demand eastern increase all round approximating fifteen J5OH AlllUUilll. Y -j in a long speech and General John Bratton, candidate for governor on the regular demo- cntic ticket, made his firstaddress The an% with the 1O llOt CUTti frvm, paid by western men.yet the last have enjoyed ihe adv intage of thirty-eight per cent in their tav or of labor The manufacturers of Pitts- bur" and other western points, it was said commend this decision. There are about 133 mills in the east The Snii's Cotton Review. HrwYorK June 10 opened at a Bha-p decline under generally August dropping again at 12 01 '.s atTn end hasa new full force of compositors, and to- 1 usual eight-page paper beissued non-union men employed are under police escort when they go streets Tney are quartered in the Herald office _____ Sporting Men in TronMe Jamie- :o, June in Gate Athletic club, F 1 Second race, 1% miles Monggne won, Phuos- BecSon third. Tune. 1 13.___ was becommir unayoidable. Questions of nns- Austro-Htuisary Mnst Follow Salt. PESTH, June 10 imperial minister of addressed the Austro-Hnnganan delega- tions today on the subject of the credits asked nons KIUU.J for military purposes He to be compelled to declare credits submitted by the conlduot be reduced The budget only represented the the building must the next few augmentation of Colonel Nortlien in Ogletliorpe. June 10 I- iy c ur people have all along been J B Hunmcutt spoke here yesterOar de a telling speech We behev e our v-ill tav or him for commissioi er TUe Pierce Connty Democrats. LACKSBEAK June democratic executive committee rf B The democra! Pierce county A bmuh chairman, continued during An important athmeat jswuitwi tuuu. Fourth race, mile and quarter, Burlington W JvSSTsecoid, PadUhanlthfrd. Time Fifth race, five furlongs Arab won, JHerii J.UUU, A Burhngton won, idan won. lost Weather reports fom tlie south were generally favorable to the new crop Cotton on spot was quiet. All Quiet Jn the Stree! CoitraBtrs, qmetln the street car strike, to-day, Sues are apparently for- the _ _ _ accessories to the murder.____ Tho Judge's KIM.BCSH, June 10 Kelly, m grant- ejectment wnts today, de- combination, and said there was f tenants should not try to TOJT Imshas been a gooa yeari he ulous prices. le, Uttle third. wsts Ijccomijiff ieapeaceeffectiyewould have to be con- a ?e oaer states studied to increase their and Austro-Hungary wonld IBWUO. although the government was not able to strain its resources to such an Srtentas was being done by Germany. The demaud contamedin the budget w- trem jmnimum to which the goyer go. eSon TV-SOU met m county con- wtamMpnmaAugu The following resolution vvas adopted ,t HIP nnestion of allianceor non aUianceaaa broad princlptes of party An Accident to Walter Stewart. K, Ga June ]-VTaltel son of Congressman Stewart who Censurins Secretary Blame. IOSBOI., June 10 Standard protests strongly against Secretary Elaine's sending oiSltoKhring'sBea, he at ana one second, Jr r Stewar son o has suffered a good deal, from. ih-B wound today _ ood rrtxvFRS Ga, 10   

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