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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               IL "VOL. XXL ATLANTA, THURSDAY MOJfcHINg PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE BIG PENSION ROLL SENATOR COLQU1TT_ON MATT DAVIS HoCim...-. th-.t He Hl> Povr-i to Uefeat the BTO CoiniultMCTUcn 000 It w u. done bj pa s ng a eomp.oai s mMMiretlthcMomllllellSKllb.il Ihe bill rovules for poiis.omn ndenls who sen e 1 three mont'.i, 111 the ai.nj at froll aito twelve dollars a month, iicordHiic to their co.ul.tioii Tno bi.l also ai The b H the one o not is u ll> Vil Ml hive .mcectUd 1.1 tho comimtm lie stoj tcil w ith clenched fist toward the pcesi .leiittal candidate ol iiamy note-its A iium- bi r of bio'hcr er, uiido a rush ior Q ny and lie v us fcrccd into a scat a.  cnlnd to i-i-i in election lav and outline its futures Todnv Hunrv fjibot Lodge, of a 'u ail Jriutlran rowel', of Ilnoi-, boon drawing up the iioisuB. Thev 1m o iimoiinied that it w ill lie Com h dcd and i to rupeit to the on baiur- fl Mr Lodge tonight, "the house v illt.Up t up noit weel. We sha 1 pv hnb'j allow ten tHyt. in winch to consider U ail t'en twill be passed. "While a tow of 0111 a.e i.tiiei w eate.-Uieod  ri dm.iv clc.t.uiam.lueno, uuol losed no H nation, I dug .et. d tilled the committee p.icc, nalo v leant bj Mr L irlnles, retire mint from tho House He romst ill 1 Hei IJ lunir ol Oc laia to tho v .hichlieseivcl duiiiig i as tho mw be us prep-red aj 'C rep IL.IK aiis will pi-s t b ill on its ice as the lodge same eiiect II i federal sni.el. is on ot regiatra- d fur supervision of voting by fed- s npnoiutoc1 b, the irasident, who h I a of all votes, anil if e to ut Iocs not tally v ith the count of t.es-l'o ot! cer tj so rcpolt Th rd, th it 1 i e U c r H.ca itn of the e'ecaou of the co i" si el mlc as no bv s.ito i i- f deral omce.-s sh .11 also make 10 If the i c unt d es .ot with that c si itivc, u i an I .n all c ses whole the do not -UTC tne report of the fodeial eis sh i'l be cci ted as toirer and ,ail Iliou nl'O.i -lU.tion citrous, fed pi u 11 i lials, ih ill In p.aced mound Hie polla In o'.i wouls, tlio bill snmpl) means t'ie entm elections in south in the 1 -mil of federal oflieers, foi in the north tlio bill w i 1 IK i lope., ti o It moans that m v h 'mi so uhnii d st.let the lepubhcin ail- in stra.li. u w nits i leiiublicm elected it u t simj Iv. instruct the snpeivisors in that is u. t i e in repoit xn f vv ly the cj.oo.se, i 1 is th. ir report limit bo accepted ocrr U.o i. of the _ovcm ,r and seciotiry of st I'c r oik of the house unist scat the republican utilise repoit was eloctou 1 ethn lie w is or not, and this .3 tho bill tho L ev Salem last Snnd-w The sheriff and I ,v u oil.er.inca trm ed v, ith the priMOior, and Sodded un.i hi jail In crossuu Offlnd river, ib it elgiitv miles south of here the r ibber s horse was miured compelling him to stop m bis flight aid when the officers fi.st discov- ered him jesterdaj morning he made a des- perate effort to escape, but after a race of >ev- en.1 miles, and secing-that impos- a bio, h6 srttrendeied. dance After the address medals were deurered aa toilovva c medal scholarship, by Sena- tor vV lutfie'd. Cadet Eicuardsou liedal Second scholarship, by ben- ator WBitheld, Miss Mattie Shea. uedal-HigUest scholarsUip In pre- paratory. by Senator tliel son er class, by TKg HOnpRtt'e STOPV ume liatl come to die O l.HIlUt 11-n.e nhcr be i in c ON ni t. iiaeo on od ciuuii report I.villbly TTos and gave somevaluable information _ tl at fio lobberyof the Tain ha 1 been delib eratelv planned He gave his name as B Buley There were five men ill the band, two of whom came from tho west on the whclitliey assisted In robbing The other th.ee wero in rea lines'! o.t the scene ol tne robborv with horses, and after the jo wvs compli ted the three latter stirted south and separated when a few n i'e> out, one going toward tho Missouri nver, one west and tho piisoiicr was making for the Blick Hills HUJ.TING ANOTHKil ON K The tw o w ho came from the west remn.ne I on tie tiaui, and from what the piisoiier there is uo doubt that it was, then intuition to rob the pasoOiigeis, bit for some reason th s was abmdo.cd The pnsonei offered the sheiiff to release him ShonlT Hives left igam las. to at t-umt the CJ.pt ire of tho bin lit tint started oast The pusoiiei claimed that he was under to assist the othc.b but he is a despei ite look ua man anil evidently a des- When  labe It was called to b> olonel Alc-ta Bacon Rev Ur C Uarles fr w it president and Joseph A Bngardns at- r S Dr. retary DeeVns'aunoum ed tlie oujeet of the c .ngress to the promotion of the ause ot temper mee with no div ergenee to partisanship or soi tarlaiiiMii Mter nrajei Ir, Rev Dr rarkc- tho of t _ ,n. with a H -a. modesty and belf-possession charm the audience THE MISSION 1ETY The presuleut ol tlie missionary society. Miss Ilaltio M Kibben, Jackson, Ga called for the reading of the minutes of last meeting, wlKhwero approved The sccietary then read the report of the jcar's work, is commend done so less lie Tves of big nas- JFew men would have UKPEB TBK BED. Mother's Surprise on Kntcring Daugliter's diamber. i ter a per diem i ito of peusi Mr Spun i renteied a vigorous piotest ajar .he manner in vvl.irti the lull was brmurht bif., :l.e house There was no >pl ortumtv c, Icred i.pmteis to examine itsprov he vie he 1 .H it was an mstaiire of the 11'liinnj of tl noimUin au 1 the b.mtiiiK lorth ot a vcij i si'iiHicant mo isc Mi (aim. n lav ori-d the bill on the t-roun 1 tl: t vsould place on tin r nil would increase the of Maryland elicited a round applmse lusrclerene Mornll as t, lust iriond tlie b ildi, i Iiad Ind many >eirs Ihe bill have wislic report was agreed 145, nu YNI-I UUST mil Mr btcvv irt, of crmiint piesented the con fercnrc rei ort on the senate int. trust hill He said the eltictoftlie rei ort was not is bad been supi.oic.il to repeal the aiiti poohni; provision of the interstate comnierce law Ihe explan- v re. ort on the part of the h Use con fVrWire (Mr li'aud of assent in savs In the original lull two things were deel ired illegal, v iz Contracts ill restraint oi interstate trlde or t ommeice and the monopo nation of suehtr.de Its onlv obieet was the control of trusts so called so i ir as such mbi- nations in their relation to the interstate trade ale within the .e ich ot Icdeml The iiucndiucnt ,et to ill agrei national prohibition desirable md Ic-as.b'e Hie nr-t speaker was the venerable neral Neil l.uw. who ar_nied that it was both d Mrablo a.. 1 feasi- ble Other speakers v ere Uo! ert l-rahaiii w 10- was introduced as a representative ot the cliiiri a movement m behalf ot temi erac. e and vvh i he .1 exactlv to the I ontr irj of Mi Dow s argument, and who favored high lie Mr ton .it Mrs Uittenbcnder ot the M omen 3 Christian Te'mperanee umon Mrs niiigs Demorest, of New an 1 1 rc.l. s r C Wllimson, ot farrvtown aho spolie ml.ivor of theamrmative of tho to.uc under di e i. ?ich speiker was limited to live minutes, and tin) entire took oue hour Mr Graham was the only speaker in fav or of "file next topic discussed was, "Mcoho! al'o son, never to be used foriivcragepurposes The afternoon session was taken up bj cutsion on the following topics T. he Line on w 1, All tnemies of the Sal.jon May I- mted v Do Battle Whether Thev be Believers in Kestrictivo Measures or in Radical Prohibition Sv.tematic Persecution of fotal AliFtlnei TO Essential to Ov erthrow of 1 t.j i ir "how Churches Aid Mont iJlf tin Iv m Destruction of the S inner Trafll. aurt IIee Houses and Other ,S.instituted for Saloons The Sun's Cotton lew lime bean, had their in- ill pc etc 1 the a.t display in the laboratory, vvhcie Professor Slack and his fair corps of as.sistai.t-s from the chemistry class performed experiments and exhibited the apparatus in the museum, library and dress-making de 'visitors expressed themselves as de- Mr. Honey May Bo Reappoll.teil. June 11 -tSpecial )-The black partmeiits Allthe visitors expressed themselves as cio- with the extensive equipments and admirable ainnsjements of tile college The grand conceit was deserving o: Tli praise if all riuTseiia-e loint resolution in regard to the ox .oil trade.n  s and means to meet the S5 rjOO cletlciencv caused I y the removal of the experi- ment station tn Oriflin A new tutor will hav e to lie cle. ted to till the place made vacant by the re- tirement of ITof W H Pope who goes to At rhe secret bonetieij, as us lanta to nractiee law rhe secret societies as us ua.rwill.ome in for their share of discussion it is said andanellort will probably be made to J C Honej, reappointed_______ >m rll Result o At rhiladelplu II base hits THE SPORTIMO WOBLU. ,f Baseball Games rrora 0 New IIUI3 ___ 0 1 lioston, 3, inse hit-" 4 err 2. and Ben postpoiied. _________ mot propr.at.ons today reported to the house the live cattle and beef products intended for export clvli appropriation bill making vvas also reported from the se akenup This bill tne largest appropriation bill yet submitted ilect committee on recommends the total appropriation of going for hi rim the old alma mater B Today the results ol hard studv and close ap- were made known as the honors were real I out bT the chancellor Mr AV 3 Baslnger, rr ofBahlonega bears off the first honor mthe master of arts bourse Mr L B Moore, of Craw Srdville.is first honor -nan of the bache orof arts course while Mr. T bhaw, holds second honor in the same course S. Holder, of Jefferson, honor in the bachelor Mr John carries off first of philosophy limes on the otton Exchange todav, the first in a long time and theyfiirlv reveled In it The in- formation which we have been giving our rfade respecting the character of private adv ccslr, I'verpool .anie into full plav There w queer manipulation in tho lirst hour m vvhieh September options ran up several t" make a market to sell on The seeoiid report Cr ,111 I Ivernool line a point or two better than tlie reo r? the trouble began Au.uat opt. ins topped from 1207 to 111 about ky as tl e tnnsa. tions rould be reeorded -s mie r. erv lollowed, Imt the close was levernl, a, I insettled   .u ,1. on ot was easier, but not quotabry lower PliospHate tlie Kasc in vsvn.K Ol June 11 lal 1'hos- phateisall the talk in l.ljnn count) at pi csent. The v dis overv >et nude was that of M, J C of St I la mads -1 iv He haf bfKJn here a week Tolavhf w nt To liters island three mtln .Ifiuudavnn i mile md -lit} leet w de. A h ,le 1 orcd 11 tj fi-i t d cp 1 the eloper was I, .red thf mor. valmlleth, ph h it mnd to I) Mr It 1 rht He will at ome rt the n> to the mnpamcs r< presents HI I tli. 'nimen. e the ihipmei.t of the lertinzcr Horn port at an ear y elat. _ illiam a Wedding. If NOON Jnne 11 The wedding of William Olmen thewellkuovm Irish leader and editor of the t reemaii st Journal, and Mile Ralalov iteh. t v. U St. "Louis Kaces. wedded leit the oratorv and enured tjie.r "arri Ige, they wero enthusiastically cheered by the erowd ___ _ Shot lender tlie Shotililer S C, June 11 Special ]-A   Junc J-CJuite an ill be et aou u The building will be erected on the corner of School and Knox streets, m a most ele- locality. and will be a valuable gant piece of The The lot is about 100x330feet, be supervisea by the directors, con- the calendar qndmu seiiatoi; irojii f "-i i _ 1 EEV B irstood Sliennaa in his fetSS, dta nsjjouaed. Quay, hotly, as v Sng of eugeircibbege and W.ley Another important matter was tEe_ changinfrjil Jhe school Sistncts ol the city. This has been contemplated for some time and much interest has been manifested in it. It is likely to cause su, have failed. The whole considerable opposition among many dozens. Our assets cover our habili- Addressed by Mr. HncU Gordon. IBIU.EDGEVIIVI.E, Ga Jane ll.-CSpeciall-The without interruption. __ .Southern and the ad- one-thrBnghotit. He paid an inent tettnta to t6e men and women thoi old eramEles ol the Wghest law of thought audnjnco The Convention Postponed. June J-Secre- livXainer, of the republican state executive, has a letter from Cbairmai five furlongs. Ethel Hazelhnrst gS'X democratic convention. >-o reasons ivTSwbridKe third. Time ion 4-5 given for the postiionemerst______ TELEGBAPa BREVITIES. .___one-eighth mile, Brown I m-chael Davitt is seriously ilL Brady third, shock of earthquake has occurred at 2 Park Races. I yesterday, four per June had a narrow I cents at 122, all accepted. the second race He was The freedom of Edinburgh was jesterday pre- j Henry M. Stanlej. five furlongs, heats Balance v second, Sarvla third. Time, nrst ndinK Brother Ban, who dropped dead from heart ndinK roer At the tune of the accident Brother Ban was last, manner. .eiped with only a shaking up. Had onTpBlnam second, Pratber third. Tune I oneTnile, AOaniimt won. Granite fortbird. TimelrfS. FourOi race, one mile, Seymcrarwon, "V B Fizer for governor.   

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